Interior Architecture


Interior Architecture is the specialist area of architecture concerned predominantly with interior environments. The professional practice of the discipline demands, simultaneously, broad theoretical knowledge as well as a focused practical education in both the art and the science of architecture and design.

The interior designer must have a professional understanding and concern for client and community in a seamless integration of the work with all elements of the built environment.

Studying Interior Architecture at UNSW

At an undergraduate level, the Faculty of Built Environment ( offers a four year full-time program, the Bachelor of Interior Architecture.

A Bachelor of Interior Architecture/Master of Commerce program is also available which allows students to add a Masters in Commerce program to the professionally recognised Interior Architecture program.

Interior Architecture can be studied as 

Specialisation At the Level of Stream
Interior Architecture Major INTAA13255

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