Aesthetics and design surround us in our everyday lives – either as the space we are in or as the objects we look at or use. These two areas are the central focus of the Master’s Degree Programme in Interior Architecture and Furniture Design, which gives national and international university graduates of architecture, interior architecture, design and related specialist fields the opportunity to advance their knowledge and specialise in an architecture or design-focused subject.
The full-time course covers three semesters. Tasks to be undertaken as part of the practical project work relate to topical issues in cultural and social spheres and the aim is to develop experimental concepts and innovative product solutions. Most of these ideas do not usually remain purely theoretical, but are made reality with the assistance of external partners from trade and industry.
At the start of the Master’s degree programme students decide which of the two specialist areas they wish to focus on: “Spaces” or “Furniture Design and Objects”. The course focuses on interdisciplinary planning and design of interior spaces, as well as the development of design concepts and products. Added to this are project-specific required seminars, as well as subject-specific elective subjects, which also take into account skills such as marketing and management.
As the course content is heavily geared towards the labour market and the broad range of roles it offers interior architects, countless career opportunities are open to graduates of Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences. Whether national or international, here creativity knows no borders.