Discover how interior design responds to and reflects our ever-changing society. Our interiors courses will provide you with the knowledge and creative skills you'll need for a successful career.
Our students work with industry leaders to gain hands-on skills and experience through a range of live commercial and community projects – from retail, workspace and hospital projects to education and healthcare. You'll work in design studios that combine spatial 2D and 3D decoration and explore the relationship between furniture, textiles and interiors. You'll also develop your abilities through material and technological workshops and experience the industry through live briefs, visiting speakers and competitions.
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All available interiors courses
Architecture and Interior Design Extended Degree (with Foundation Year) - BA (Hons)
This architecture and interior design extended degree begins with a foundation year, which introduces the skills and techniques you need for undergraduate study.
Interior Architecture and Design - BA (Hons)
Interior architecture and design is a distinct, rigorous practice that requires a specialist way of thinking about how we occupy complex interior spaces. As a practice, it applies to buildings and urban communities and involves thinking about how interior elements and the materiality of spaces are brought together at a human scale to accommodate and delight.
Interior Design - BA (Hons)
You'll work with major design practices and clients on live projects and study all aspects of interior design - from traditional drawing methods to state-of the-art graphics packages and emerging concepts.
The Cass Interiors area is dedicated to making space and environments both significant and meaningful. It explores new territories, determining new practice, working with and augmenting leading research. It challenges convention, investigating our society through its cities, high streets and communities.
The courses set an active agenda, creating collaborations between associations, businesses, enterprise and research bodies, to bring about the latest interior thinking. It asks you to observe, record and develop ideas that transform space, position theory and articulate new approaches.
Our live projects are connected to industry, established brands, London and its communities. Each studio is run by practitioners and researchers in interiors, as well as the built environment. You'll debate the latest knowledge, awareness and understanding, developing your understanding of political, social and economic factors. This will allow you to think proactively, ensuring the most thoughtful and astute responses.
As part of all our interiors courses, you'll also build a portfolio that demonstrates your ingenuity, creativity, process, skills base and reflective practice, which represents your own identity and voice.
We encourage you to participate in competitions that connect with interesting and current debates, in order to appreciate and recognise the ambitions of others and develop dialogues and proposals that seek to make a difference.
Our employability record
Employability is at the heart of our education ethos. Here at London Met we are immensely proud of our employability record. 97.19% of graduates from The Cass were in work or further study within six months of graduating (Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education survey 2016–17, released July 2018).
The London Met environment
Studying at London Met you’ll be supported throughout your entire time with us in a welcoming environment, renowned for its diverse community of staff and students. You will get to study in the heart of the capital in high-quality teaching spaces, with access to state-of-the art facilities.