Studying Interior Design means learning to understand the interaction between people and space. With the spatially applied effects of proportion, colour, light, material, smell and sound, but also with the knowledge of how a room is being used, atmospheres are generated which correspond to the room’s function whilst accommodating its users, with all their senses and needs.

Specifically, it’s about the conception, design and construction of rooms and facilities for

• Retail, gastronomy and the hotel business
• Education, culture and health
• Offices and administration
• Living accommodation and leisure
• Trade fairs, exhibitions and events

The focus thereby lies in the re-structuring or change in the use of existing buildings.

Interdisciplinary and based on real life situations, the degree programme in Hanover is over a period of eight semesters, and opens up outstanding career opportunities in interior design and architects’ offices, as well as design agencies who work on the design of exhibitions, light, film sets and events.