BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design (3+0)

Course overview

Qualification Bachelor's Degree
Study mode Full-time
Duration 3 years
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Entry Requirements

  • Foundation in Art & Design or equivalent qualification; UEC (art & design stream). STPM and A-Levels students with appropriate art portfolio will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.


Year 1

Design Principles

An introduction to design principles:

  • Developing the basic design skill
  • Exploring 3-Dimensional desform, space and order

The application of design principles:

  • Introduction to basic structure and structural principles
  • Design issues in relation to structure and function
  • Ergonomics and anthropometrics
  • Working and manipulating with scale

Design Communication

  • Introduction to basic drafting
  • 2D and 3D drawing technologies
  • Orthographic drawing
  • Production drawing and model making
  • Basic structures and materials
  • Presentation drawing
  • Rendering techniques
  • Digital imaging skills

Interior Architecture in Context 1

  • Historical development in architecture and its social cultural contexts
  • The political, economic, social and technological influences on contemporary architecture in global contexts
  • An introduction to basic research strategies and methods
  • Developing the critical analytical skills through specific investigation in relation to interior architecture
  • Bahasa Kebangsaan A* / B*
  • Pengajian Islam* / Pendidikan Moral*

(*MQA Compulsory Subject)

Year 2

Integrated Design Principles

Organisation and space configuration:

  • Develop strategies for a given building programme within a specific architecture envelope
  • Develop design proposals concerning ergonomic needs, finishes and materials within a focused small-scale design project

Detailed Specification:

  • Develop and design plan into a detailed proposal that addresses the design, detail, finishes and specifications of architectural and interior elements at appropriate level
  • Conceptualising and relating ideas and expression of design solution
  • Presentation and debate design proposals through appropriate visual, verbal, written and electronic techniques

Professional and Technical Studies

Professional Presentation:

Develop a professional CV and portfolio of work aligned to skills and techniques that the industry requires

Terminology of Building Construction:

Understanding of the principles and terminology of building construction and the consequences of the application of materials

Interior Architecture in Context 2

  • Introduction to contemporary interior, architecture and urban design in local and global context
  • Cultural diversity and influences in built environment
  • Exploration of critical thinking and construction debates
  • Pengajian Malaysia*

(*MQA Compulsory Subject)

Year 3

Advanced Design Studies

  • To undertake a synthesized research, critical debate and understanding of design philosophy
  • To explore and develop design strategies to respond creatively through design proposals and site contexts
  • To respond holistically to the architectural and environmental context design, building briefs, scheme design, and conceptual framework, cultural, social, political, and economic considerations and to reflect in detailed design

MQA Compulsory Subjects*

  • Bahasa Kebangsaan A / B
  • Pengajian Islam / Pendidikan Moral
  • Pengajian Malaysia

*All Malaysian students are required to take 3 MQA Compulsory Subjects that include Bahasa Kebangsaan A, Malaysian Studies, and Islamic Studies (for Muslims) or Moral Education (for non-Muslims). Malaysian students are required by MQA to pass all these 3 subjects to qualify for their awards. MQA Compulsory Subjects are optional for all International Students.

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