This years graduates from BA (Hons) Interior Architecture at Brighton University are delighted to invite you to join them, and hundreds of other graduates from around the country, at this year’s Interior Educators Summer Show.
The exhibited works showcase a range of creative practices explored through social, cultural and political narratives, posing questions about the changing nature of spatial design. Through experimental realism we explore the implications of recent pasts, alternative nows and near-futures informing the way we think about space, experience and behavior.
Our graduates are equipped with the vision and technique to develop the future of interiority. Building upon their own interests their work questions topics such as the;
· Spatial relationship between humanity and gratification
· Changing modes of living
· Manifestation of political uncertainty into temporary and transitional spaces
· Future of the high street
Interior Educators SUMMER SHOW is the only interiors exhibition in the UK where you can enjoy a great range of creative endeavours, events, as well as a free bar! The best work will be honoured at a prize–giving ceremony from 6pm on Friday 12th July.
Do let us know if you plan to attend so we can welcome you. If you are unable to attend but would like to be sent any additional information please do get in touch.
Interior Architecture at Brighton (BAIA) is in its 26th year, the longest standing Interior Architecture course in the UK. Our undergraduate degree comprises a three-year exploration into the nature of interior space with respect to its physical and conceptual territories.