Over 40 years of tradition and successful education
Supervision by 15 professors and assistant lecturers in small groups
400 students on Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes
Broad curriculum addresses the students’ creative potential
Projects and elective subjects enable focus on particular topics during the course of studies
High practical focus through cooperation with external partners
Working to a 1:1 scale in workshops and labs
Interdisciplinary exchange with other faculties
The degree focuses on interior spaces, furnishings, furniture and design, as well as on the constructions and spacial structures related to the interior space.
In addition to design and constructive knowledge of the space and the objects, students are also taught structural design, building physics, light planning and construction economics.
Practical education: the faculty’s labs and workshops provide plenty of scope for creativity and diverse opportunities for implementation.
Interior Architecture (B.A.)
Creativity, design skills and sensibility in the formation of new concepts and detailed solutions are at the heart of studies at the Faculty of Interior Architecture. The focus of
the course lies in the areas of designing, drafting, illustration and construction, building economics and lighting. The thoughtful and creative conception of interior space and
spatial forms such as furniture, car interiors and exhibition facilities are central to our broad-ranging course of studies, which is comprised of a diverse mix of theoretical and practical subject matter. Successful graduates of our programme find professional work not just in the fields of interior design and architecture, but also in areas such as conceptual exhibition design, exhibition stand construction, communication design, furniture design and construction and product design.
Interior Architecture and Furniture Design (M.A.)
The Master’s programme in Interior Architecture and Furniture Design provides national and international university graduates in the fields of architecture, interior design and related fields with the opportunity to deepen and enhance their kills. The instructional focus revolves around the interdisciplinary planning and design of interior spaces, as well as conceptual design and product development. Typically, interdisciplinary projects are developed with partners in industry and research. Some examples include spatial objects like counters or kitchens, complex exhibition displays, interiors of vehicles and aircraft, salesrooms and stands for trade fairs or museums, interiors for the hotel and food industries, offices, schools, hospitals and residential areas.