Showcasing the exceptional work of fourth-year students from the RMIT Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours) program.
In the 21st century, the definition of ‘interior’ can no longer be equated to the inside of a building; conditions of interior and interiority are increasingly affected and transformed by contemporary technologies, as well as social, economic and cultural forces. Students experiment with and project the future of interior design practice.
This exhibition is a display of projects generated by first-, second and third-year students in the Bachelor of Interior Design (Honours) program at RMIT University.
The studio stream is the main focus of the interior design program and provides students with a range of ideas and techniques involved in the practice of interior design.
Thirteen distinct design studio projects were offered to students in Semester 2 2017.
Each design studio is based on a project that explores a range of ideas, sites, questions and contexts, all related to the practice of interior design.
This exhibition is an opportunity for the students to showcase and celebrate the outcomes generated throughout the semester.
The exhibition offers insight into the various ways interior design is practised and allows students to share their work with the public and their design community.
One night only!