via Zoom, 16.02.2023
Lecture
Master of Arts in Interior Architecture (MAIA): online information session
Join us to discover MAIA at HEAD – Geneva.
Javier Fernández Contreras, Head of the Department of Interior Architecture, will explain the program, its curriculum, teaching team and professional opportunities. You will also have the opportunity to exchange with students and graduates to learn more about student life at HEAD – Geneva and their path after graduation.

The Master of Arts in Interior Architecture (MAIA) is a two-year professional programme that views interior architecture at the intersection of space, ecology and contemporary society. Space design is seen as multidimensional, articulating the diversity of interior spaces, objects and media that configure reality on many paths and scales, from material to virtual, and from local to global.

The programme focuses on mastering the professional aspects of the project and studying the public, private and commercial spheres of contemporary interiors, with a focus on the contemporary paradigms of ecology, digital innovation and inclusiveness. The MAIA programme addresses both the responses to contemporary environmental and societal challenges (circular economy, carbon footprint, etc.) and the implications of new ecological paradigms (post-human, non-human, etc.) for interior architecture as a discipline in all its professional dimensions: space design, product design, new media, research, curatorial and editorial practices.

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