Study profile Master Interior Architecture (INSIDE)

The Master Interior Architecture (INSIDE) at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague (KABK) is a two-year programme that takes an interdisciplinary approach to the field of interior architecture. You will learn to think from the circular economy perspective by conducting research, mastering design processes, all in accordance with our ‘learning by doing’ motto.

By engaging with society and being aware of social, economic and technological changes, you will evolve into an entrepreneurial interior architect who is aware of the impact of good design on its immediate surroundings.

Specifications

Degree

Master

Duration

2 years full-time

Study load

Start date

September

Department Head

Hans Venhuizen

Costs

Application deadlines

Language

English-taught programme
(English level required)

Programme / CROHO

M Interior Architecture / 49238

Get to know the department

Hans Venhuizen, head of the department introduces the Master Interior Architecture INSIDE

Tune in and listen to Lina and Njål who are explaining the structure of the INSIDE master programme as well as mentioning their favourite assignments. In this episode you can also get to know why this master is actually called "INSIDE" or what does it mean to design a raccoon-friendly city!

Open Day recording - 22 January 2022
Watch back the recording of Master Interior Architecture

Interviews with Master Interior Architecture INSIDE students during the Open Day 2019

Professional perspective

Job opportunities completely relate to the personal preferences and skills of the student. Whether you proceed your career as an independent interior architect or in an architectural office, or if you start a researching or writing career in the field of spatial change design is up to you. You will however build up a broad network studying at INSIDE because we work with tutors working in the field of spatial change design and in particular in (interior) architecture.

INSIDE magazine

INSIDE magazine is presented in a web format starting with the #12 edition. Read past issues online or ask for a printed copy of edition #11 or #10.