Architecture and Interiors
Design for Retail Interiors (short course)
This course aims to give you an insight into the retail design process, from the initial research and survey of space to developing brand concepts and the brand personality through mood boards, design concepts, sketch models and presentations.
Designing Through 3D Sketching (short course)
This course will demonstrate various techniques and media used by professional designers in order to help bring your own drawings to life and give them the illusion of form, volume and space.
Portfolio Preparation - Interior Design (short course)
This course will guide you through the process of producing a portfolio of work to apply for undergraduate courses in Interior Design.
Portfolio Preparation for 16-18 Year Olds (Architecture, Spatial Design and Interior Architecture) (short course)
This course will teach you how to produce a portfolio of work, which is required when applying for undergraduate courses in architecture, interior, spatial, urban and three-dimensional design.
RIBA: Practice in the UK (short course)
This introduction to the UK construction industry is for non-UK qualified architects or those seeking to return to the industry after a career break.
Sketching Interior Spaces Part 1 (short course)
This course is designed to give individuals with an interest in interior, architecture and spatial design an opportunity to develop their drawing skills in sketchbook format.
Algorithmic Design Techniques with Grasshopper (short course)
This course will teach you how to approach algorithmic design at different scales and introduce you to a Grasshopper file in connection with Rhino.
AutoCAD Fundamentals (short course)
Computer-aided design is a vital part of the construction industry. All architects, technicians and construction industry professionals are expected to have at least a basic working knowledge of CAD.
AutoCAD Intermediate (short course)
Computer-aided design (CAD) is a vital part of the construction industry. All architects, technicians and construction industry professionals are expected to have at least a basic working knowledge of CAD.