The Interior Architecture End of Semester Exhibition showcases students’ work from this semester across all levels of the Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) program.

Interior Architecture at UNSW is positioned as a research-led creative practice which focuses on the design and agency of the inhabited interiors of the built environment, from the scale of the room to the scale of the city, from permanent to temporary spaces. The program produces industry leaders with the ethical, collaborative, and creative skills that will allow them to effectively respond to the multi-disciplinary global demands inherent in the reshaping of our future interior spaces.

Deputy Dean of UNSW Built Environment Bruce Watson said:

“The Interior Architecture End of Semester Exhibition is great opportunity for students to demonstrate their skills and to build relationships with industry, alumni, and the UNSW community. It is a key example of the overall educational excellence experience in the Interior Architecture program and the UNSW Built Environment faculty.”

The Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Honours) at UNSW Built Environment will equip you with the skills to influence people’s lives through the interior environments they inhabit. Find out more about the course here.

View a selection of this year’s student work below.