Interior Design Course

The house is the man who lives there, his skin, the Interior Designer must be able to design it to his measure.

Corso Interior Design Perugia

Interior design

Interior design is the design applied to space, taking the wrapper as a starting point to work on the inside, providing for construction systems and furniture, and giving attention to a whole range of components such as light, color, texture and conditions of environmental comfort, which define the identity of the space and generate forms of specific relationships with the users.

Course duration: 3 years Hours: 350 each academic year

The course is valid within the European Union.

Interior design or interior architecture is the design of the spaces within an enclosed space, be it a private home, a business, a receptive space, a work environment. The Interior Designer, within the last decade, has become a major figure in the world of work, and has acquired a fundamental role in its design.


The fundamental objective of the course of Interior Design of IID of Perugia is to provide students with the skills needed to develop an interior project in its various stages: from concept to design development and documentation, up to monitoring the implementation of the project. The basic skills acquired at the end of the course are:

  • Understanding the needs and social, cultural, psychological, behavior of the user, and the ergonomics influencing the use of the spaces;
  • Developing innovative design solutions, consistent with the different modes of use by users’ environments;
  • The ability to grasp the relationship between the design of the interior spaces and the size of the services that are provided within these spaces, especially for specific types such as cultural spaces, exhibition spaces, spaces for sale, places for dining and entertainment.
Main operating areas
The domestic living spaces, private and commercial use, and work/ office spaces;
Public spaces: museums, banks, government offices, hospitals, schools and the same urban interiors;
Points of consumption, i.e. spaces to be designed as places for relationships and emotional exchanges between the company and the relevant public (Retail Design).
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