Master of Interior Design


This degree will immerse you in an industry-partnered, project-based learning experience to address social, cultural, technological and environmental challenges associated with the production of contemporary interior environments – the spaces in which we live, learn, work and play – in a dynamic changing world.

It will provide you with an opportunity to position yourself in relation to current interior design practice through collaboration with clients, industry and a network of peers. 

With an emphasis on ideas and a design-led approach to research and experimentation, the knowledge and skills you develop in this course will enable you to work in a range of practices, and to engage interior design as an agent of social and cultural change.


Roger Kemp


Anthony Fryatt

Adam Nash


Chee Yung Siau

Edward Poate

Elicy Lay

Jie Ren (Rachel)

Jin Song (Joyce)

Muqiu Wang (Jo)

Vaibhavi Setlur Raghuram

Wei-Yang Tseng (Jonny)

Yang Yang

Yiran Li

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