Master in INTERIOR AND LIVING DESIGN - Designing spaces for life
‘Learning by Designing’ is how Domus Academy will boost your career. Not only it is a place where the designers of tomorrow can produce wonders and surprises, it is also a place where students can discover new realities and invent professional trajectories aligned with tomorrow’s market demands.
WHY Domus Academy
- Experience Milano, World Capital of Fashion and Design.
- Design your Master in a highly ranked Academy offering a globally recognized degree.
- Improve your knowledge and know-how thanks to real projects.
- Build your own Multicultural and Global Network.
- Boost your career with our unique Professional Experience.
The annual Domus Academy Placement certified survey aimed to investigate alumni occupational position after graduation. 92% of Domus Academy students find a job one year upon graduation.
The Master in Interior & Living Design program trains professionals to design and create spaces for various sectors of industry on both a local and international scale. Graduates may find employment in sectors such as retail, hospitality, exhibition/events, lighting, or furniture design. They may work for architecture, interior design, or construction firms or they may choose to be self-employed.
The program is addressed to candidates who have a first-level degree and/or professional experience in Interior Design, Product Design, Architecture, Engineering, Visual Arts or other disciplines related to the field of study, who are interested in securing new technical and cultural tools in the field of interiors.
The Master in Interior & Living Design program is workshop-based (based on research issues defined by the faculty, in collaboration with external professionals and industrial partners), supported by seminars, lectures, tutorials, and fieldwork. Industry professionals, the program leader, and project leaders guide students via individual coaching and project mentorship.
The program consists of four main modules including DNA kicks, courses, and workshops, followed by a fifth module providing a professional experience period and a final portfolio presentation.
The modular structure is customizable, allowing flexibility and variety to better serve each student’s needs and goals.
The DNA kick explores the ways in which good ideas can be designed. Through lectures and intensive worktables theorists, designers, and intellectuals, it will help the students see the design practice in the widest possible terms without ever losing sight of the pragmatic nature of the craft.
- Exploring the nature, languages, and values of the contemporary design scene.
- Analyzing new aesthetic and behavioral trends in the marketplace.
- Developing skills in visualization and graphic rendering.
- Investigating methods and tools for research and design.
- Exploring the factors that determine the economic performance of a brand or company.
- Branding students own work.
When Students graduate from Domus Academy, they receive a degree that is recognized around the world and in Europe– an Academic Master’s Degree (60 ECTS credits) that is accredited by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities, and Research (MIUR).
Students will learn from international and recognized professionals who work with leading brands and studios around the world, such as:
- The Program leader of the Master in Interior & Living Design is Aoi Hasegawa.
Michael Anastassiades, Maddalena Casadei, Matilde Cassani, Aldo Cibic, Alessia Cipolla, Valentina Ciuffi, Lucia Chrometzka, Marco Ferrari, Francesco Franchi, Alessia Garibaldi, Paolo Giachi, Caterina Lung¬hi, Migliore + Servetto Architects, Giulio Ridolfo, Liat Rogel, Francesca Sarti, Francesco Tiribelli, Patricia Urquiola.
Several prestigious companies and design studios collaborate with the Master in Interior & Living Design program, actively participating in courses, workshops, internships, and international competitions organized by the department. This direct collaboration facilitates mentorship and gives students access to a wide network of professional connections.
Agape, Alessi, B&B Italia, Boffi, Camper, Club Med, Coin, Deborah Milano, Fiorucci, FLOS, Fnac, Haworth, Kvadrat, La Triennale di Milano, Moleskine, Mondadori, Moroso, Mutina, Park Hyatt Milano, Pitti, Rossana Orlandi, Tucano, Veuve Clicquot.
Spaces in this program are limited. Participants will be selected based on their applications. When considering candidates for admission, the Admissions Manager looks at the applicant’s entire profile, including their academic records, work experience (if any), extracurricular activities, test scores, and recommendations.
Cost & Fees
EU countries and Switzerland €16,990
non-EU students €28,600
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Last updated December 11, 2017