BALTIC UNIVERSITY OF ECOLOGY, POLITICS & LAW

 

College/Adult

2-week sessions: Session I (June 12-24) or Session II (July 3-15)

Fees: US$ 1150

Students are introduced to the field of interior design through a studio project for a public interior in a St. Petersburg building. They address complex interior spatial problems through field observation, measuring, drawing, and model making. They build technical skills and develop the understanding of scale, form, and spatial relationships needed to interpret the interior environment. Students divide their time between designing in the studio, learning to analyze and represent space, and taking field trips to important interiors in St. Petersburg. (Note: This is not an interior decorating course. Although decorative elements are considered, the primary focus is on the design process in the creation of spatially innovative interiors.)