Master in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces and Retail.
Master Courses - Barcelona
The Master in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces focuses on developing the skills to execute interior design projects in retail establishments and shopping centres. Its content touches on values such as leadership in innovation processes, creativity and project management, as well as offering insight on the commercial contexts of the future.
This field of design is currently calling for multidisciplinary professionals with sound management skills and an understanding of the fundamentals, methodologies and graphic tools involved in industrial and interior design.
The programme builds a theoretical and practical structure around the creation of an introductory project at the start and a second comprehensive commercial space design project at the end in collaboration with major companies in the sector.
Check the new Research & Publish Module course, a complementary module with a duration of 6 months, that provides an introduction to the main theoretical and practical tools for research and reflection that are generated in the field of communicating and disseminating projects in the field of design so that students can acquire the skills to document their work correctly, communicate it properly to their target audience and disseminate it through the most appropriate channels. Request more information to your advisor.
DURATION: 9 MONTHS
The Master is structured around a theoretical/practical teaching programme focused on completing two projects: an initial basic introductory project and a second comprehensive commercial space design project.
To examine the current context of designing commercial spaces from a transversal, interdisciplinary perspective.
To provide student with the basics of business design. To provide students with the various methodologies, techniques, physical elements and digital programs that comprise the tools of commercial communication.
To approach the Master in an eminently practical manner and complete a final term project by developing a commercial space.
To provide students with the leadership skills, planning and management of methodological processes and teams that comprise showcase spaces.
Graduates from various disciplines and professionals aiming to focus their profile towards areas related to the development and/or management of design for commercial spaces.
Creative profiles interested in understanding design as a springboard for innovation to address new channels of on/off marketing.
After completing the Master in Interior Design for Commercial Spaces, students acquire the skills to develop themselves professionally in commercial spaces, design consultancies and departments, in addition to as technicians and as regards innovation and with the ability to develop their own retail related projects and business ideas.
They are trained to manage and lead design and innovation teams in companies and prepared to add value to design studios and/or generate their own professional path by creating an innovative business or their own creative project linked to designing commercial spaces.
The educational planning for all IED Master courses is aligned with the criteria established by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The IED Master program adopts a credit structure that follows the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). IED Master only awards its own private degrees.
INTERIOR DESIGN FOR COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL SPACES SPECIFIC MODULE.
FOUNDATIONS, RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT
STRATEGY AND TECHNOLOGY
INTERIOR DESIGN FOR COMMERCIAL AND RETAIL SPACES COMMON MODULE.
DESIGNING FOR THE MANY
PORTFOLIO AND PERSONAL BRANDING
RESOURCES FOR INFORMATION SEARCH
SOCIAL DESIGN AND SUSTAINABILITY
COMMUNICATION TOOLS FOR PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Four schools for 4 creative worlds.
The design matrix takes the form of the four IED Schools: Design, Fashion , Visual Arts and IED Management.
Each IED location houses four completely independent schools: what unites them is the common denominator of design culture and shared inspiring principles.
IED teaching methods require that all the schools:
• forge strong bonds with the local production and operation systems in their regions;
• interface with their benchmark sectors;
• evolve depending on the growth standards of their underlying markets and professional situations.
For these reasons, rather than just keeping in step with their times, the IED training courses are often thriving trend anticipators. IED represents a conceptual innovation hub. A number of professionals from a variety of backgrounds come together to provide the input for a cross-fertilisation between areas and disciplines. The outcome is excellence. Evidence of this value is found in IED’s essential role in such leading events as Milan Salone del Mobile and Milan Fashion Week.