Art & Design

BA (Hons) in Interior Architecture

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AKTO - Art & Design College
Athens, Thessaloniki
October 2024, February 2025
3 years
Full Time, Part Time


 High School Certificate


The contemporary view of design, especially for Interior Architecture, has to do with a complex application which balances and combines both science and art. It is a creative procedure where research and data analysis is used in an aesthetic intervention, specializing and going deeper into the small scale, so as to complete the architectural synthesis. All of the above are characterized by a man-centered theorem aiming to satisfy the needs of the user, both physical and spiritual. The Interior Designer has high level aesthetics and culture, design ability, knowledge of the properties of lighting, materials and their applications, ability to analyse the operation and composition of interior space.

Course Content

Semester 1
Free Hand Drawing Α’ - Architectural Design Α’ - Graphic Design Α’ - History of Art Α’ - Applied Design/Synthesis Α’ - Application in Decor Α’ - Materials & Colours Α’
Semester 2
Free Hand Drawing Β’ - Architectural Design Β’ - Graphic DesignΒ’ - History of Art Β’ - Applied Design/Synthesis Β’ - Application in Decor Β’ - Materials & Colours Β’ - Computer Design A’

Year 1
Semester 3
Interior Architecture I - Interior Design I - Product Design I
Semester 4
Interior Architecture II - Interior Design II - Product Design II

Year 2
Semester 5
Interior Architecture IΙΙ - Interior Design IΙΙ - Βuilding Τransformation Ι
Semester 6
Interior Architecture IV - Interior Design IV - Βuilding Τransformation ΙI

Year 3 (Final year of the Bachelor Degree)
During this year you will have the opportunity to specialize on a specific field relative to your studies. In the first semester you will develop a written research study (Dissertation) of 10,000 words, on a topic of your choice. You are to present it to your tutors and class and be assessed. At the same time you are to prepare a creative project (subject) as preparation for your Main project, through workshops arranged by the College. In the second semester you will work on your Main project on a topic of your choice, and present it. This should be accompanied by a document providing information on your research, showing your experimentation, explaining your creative selections and leading the examiner through the stages of your preparation to your final work. The Main project is presented to a tutor committee in the presence of an audience. 

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