MID MASTER INTERIOR DESIGN

1 year Master of the Politecnico di Milano 14th edition - Starting date: March 2017 Academic training + internship

The hospitality sector and hotel spaces and wellness

Spaces, behavior, and archetypes: travel, vacation, business, leisure, and intimacy. The evolution of hotel interiors and their main types: traditional, trendy, design, boutique, and luxury. Designing atmosphere in hospitality spaces. Building hotel identity in industrial and design terms. Theme hospitality.
Hospitality Space
Interior design and hotels: designing interior hotel space. Designing arrival areas: lobbies and front desks. Designing private space: the hotel room in relation to its furniture and bathroom equipment. The hotel room as workspace. Contract design for hotel space. Designing finishing materials. Case histories..


Interiors are one of the areas of design which is undergoing the fastest transformation. Today interior design includes and goes far beyond the traditional definition of the intimate components of architecture. An evolution which is changing both professional practices and careers.


Characteristics and aims

Features
MID University Master's in Interior Design - tenth edition – is the offspring of the collaboration between POLI.design, Consortium of Politecnico of Milan, and SPD - Scuola Politecnica di Design. It is a graduate Master’s course  course with a complete advanced educational programme which brings together the experience of two major academic institutions in Italy.
The educational pathway includes lessons and interniship at selected compagnie and offers 60 university credits (CFU) acknowledged by the MIUR (Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research). After the successful completion of the course, the 1st level University  Master’s diploma of the Politecnico di Milano will be awarded.
The Master’s course offers an advanced education programme with a professional orientation. The training pathway is a synthesis of theoretical knowledge, research, project based activities and professional practice. Project experiences which develop full interior design skills with a focus on both private and public spaces from offices to hotels and entertainment centers. Interiors are intended as relational spaces, designed to organize all of our human activities creating engagement on a physical, emotional, social level.
The Content staff, selected among the Politecnico di Milano and SPD’s faculties, is made up of designers, university researchers and professionals from different sectors.