One of the few interior architecture programs in the nation located within an art school, the Bachelor of Interior Architecture (BIA) program explores light, color, materials, and movement through space and how these influence our relationships to people and the world around us. The core curriculum consists of studio courses that investigate the concepts, methodologies, and techniques of designing objects and space, complemented with seminars, labs, and classes in history, theory, practice, and technology.

The program is a set, four-year curriculum that recognizes that the study of human habitation and experience is a lifelong undertaking and critically essential to achieving a new balance in the way we live.

Students interested in rethinking how we build, inhabit, and transform our environment explore ideas about materials and construction with sustainability as a goal. Studio work reconfigures new definitions of habitation integrated with complex biological, technological, and cultural systems. You will negotiate between the natural, the artificial, and systems of global development and develop an ethical imagination in working in the public sphere.

Interested in learning more?

Visit the Department of Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects website for information on the curriculum, faculty, and resources offered through the department.