BA (Hons) 3D Design – spatial and interior designer

Spatial and interior designers are: contemporary, connected, creative

Spatial and Interior Designer produces award-winning students with successful careers within internationally-renowned design practices. The teaching programme mirrors contemporary professional practice, helping you develop the skills and experiences to compete in the job market and be able to develop a successful career. You’ll be encouraged to link the needs of clients and end users to the creation of efficiently operating, exciting environments.

Our brand of spatial design reflects the emerging connections in the practice of spatial design, crossing the boundaries of interiors, architecture, landscape, ethics, art, engineering, furniture and lighting schemes. We challenge you to be innovative, to develop new connections and possibilities between materials, structures, furniture, objects and their manufacturing processes.

This specialism encourages you to invent and experiment through creating spatial environments, giving you a means of investigating the manmade environment and gain insight into shaping the future. You’ll be taught in a vibrant open studio environment, and develop your creative thinking with our projects which are run with 'live' client project briefs and advice from outside professionals.

Jessica Attrill
Less than a year after graduating Jessica Attrill was working as a junior designer for Lyons+Sleeman+Hoare Architects. Find out more.
Lee Valentine
As a freelance designer Lee Valentine has worked on a number of projects from public art pieces to digital media installations, and school buildings. Find out more.
<p>Andrei Carausu</p>
“The trip to Italy for Milan Design Week with all my course mates is probably one of my favourite memories ever.” More from Andrei Carausu

Becoming a spatial designer

You’ll learn how to develop and create innovative, practical and contemporary spaces through gaining a hands-on understanding of material, processes, construction and model making methods. By developing your own robust ideology, you’ll gain confidence to develop ground breaking concepts, backed by high levels of CAD visualisation skills. Graduates from our course are working at major design consultancies, as in-house designers, doing teacher training and postgraduate research.

Final year 3D Design (Spatial and Interior design) student, Sean Hungwe, discusses his work on display at the final year art and design degree show HOT'17.