The course complements other three dimensional focused provision at NUA and the curriculum reflects its location in a specialist arts University.
Stephen Larcomb Martin
The Norwich Castle will be hosting ‘In-Side-Out Design’ a display of work created by First year BA (Hons) Interior Design students “where the creation of intriguing interior spaces inform the exterior architectural features”. Models created by NUA Interior Design students following a recent project named ‘Shelter’ will be on display to the public over two days during April / May. As part of the Shelter project, students were tasked with the design and construction of an ethically considered ‘shelter pod’, made from either waste materials or other appropriate ethically considered materials. Organised by the Norfolk Museums Service and NUA, the display will be open to the public on Saturday 29th April and Monday 1st May between 10am and 3.30pm at The Norwich Castle. To find out more about the event, visit The Norfolk Museums Service website. Work by Jake Harper, BA (Hons) Interior Design.
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