Interior Architecture and Design Foundation

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Axonometric drawing of bathroom showing inhabitation by Barbara Nguyen

In the Architecture + Interior Design studio we like to think through drawing and making. Students on the course learn techniques for drawing spaces and situations in different ways, as well as making models, devices, and three-dimensional objects. Students test and expand their knowledge and understanding through open-ended projects which explore the many modes of spatial design, and give space for students to follow their own interests. 

The projects on these pages were produced in a highly unusual year, deeply marked by successive lockdowns, in a fluid studio space located at times physically on campus or the City of London and other times virtually linking the student’s and tutors' own homes.

A female student wearing a spiky, reflective headpiece, showing it from many sides. The image is trying to show how the student intended the headpiece to reflect light onto the surrounding spaces View Drawing

I Am The Explorer, light reflecting device. Composite, layered drawing by Andrea Santos Betteridge

Study Interior Architecture and Design Foundation course at London Met