Institute of Technology, Sligo: Interior Architecture
|Institution||Institute of Technology, Sligo|
|Department||Civil Engineering and Construction|
The Masters in Interior Architecture, Level 9, is a two year full-time programme concentrating on advanced interior architectural design. The programme is guided by the principle that in order to inspire innovation it is necessary to mediate between the global and the local, rooting resources in culture, distinctiveness, identity, meaning and sense of place.
Situated on the Atlantic edge of Europe, Ireland has traced one of the longest and strongest lines through the history of civilisation. Nowhere is this more evident than in the northwest; an area rich in ancient lore, apparent in both the physical remains of human settlement, archaeological monuments and in the lineage of storytelling passed from one generation to the next. In an evocative landscape of ever-changing light, where the lines between history and mythology are intertwined, our ancestors, through the course of their development, significantly engaged with the land in their endeavour to create a human environment.
Weathered rock surfaces displaying the scars of formation, twisting and folding – evidence of the tumultuous energy raging above and below the earth’s surface, forces of water, wind and time. This energy has inspired creativity through the ages, and its drawing power is still evident from the influx of artists, musicians, writers and designers which continues today.
|Level||NFQ Level 9|
Applicants should have an honours degree (2:2 or above) in Interior architecture, Architecture, Interior Design or a design related discipline or equivalent. All applicants will apply directly through to the registrar’s office of Sligo Institute of Technology. The admissions office will asses all degrees obtained in another country using the guidelines supplied by the National Qualifications authority. All non English speaking students will either: 1. Be assessed at an interview; 2. Can produce the results of a standard English test at the required level; Non Standard Applicants may be called for interview and must present a portfolio demonstrating creative ability and relevant industry experience. RPEL to ensure demonstration of relevant learning outcomes will apply. A request for supplementary information will be made including certified transcripts of previous results. Places may be awarded based on this supplementary information.
Modules include: Professional practice; architectural dissertation; energy and the bult environment; design studies 1: Interiors without boundaries; design studies 2: Innovative building conservation; design studies 3: contemporary furniture design; environmental analysis retrofit of new existing buildings; architectural research methods; master's studio 1; master's studio 2.
|Location||Institute of Technology, Sligo|
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