Taught course

Interior Design - Retail Futures (online short course)

Institution
Royal College of Art · Royal College of Art
Qualifications
Certificate of Participation

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Entry requirements

Participants must:
  • be either an interior design, architecture, branding or other spatial practice graduate
  • and/or have 2-3 years professional experience working in retail design or a related design field
  • and/or be a graduate of a design/creative discipline
  • have advanced-level of English

Months of entry

July

Course content

An intensive interior design course radically rethinking future retail environments. High-street interior design reflects and responds to cultural change and must evolve rapidly to meet current trends and desires.

Participants will:
  • explore Future Retail and the context we now find ourselves living in
  • examine the topic, culminating in individual provocations which will be debated by the group and visiting critics
  • learn how to research and question current retail practice
  • learn how to plan and think about customer experience
  • learn how to engage customers by using advanced retail design communication in spatial environments
  • develop industry skills within a supportive and creative learning environment
  • network with visiting retail designers and peers

The course is delivered online and organised in synchronous sessions in a live virtual environment that combines various digital platforms and tools.

Key Details
6 sessions over 3 weeks
2, 5, 6, 12, 13 & 16 July 2021
11am-2pm BST each session
Teaching Staff
This course is led by Steve Jensen and Dr Tania López Winkler, tutors on the RCA's renowned Interior Design MA.

Qualification, course duration and attendance options

  • Certificate of Participation
    part time
    1 months
    • Online learningis available for this qualification

Course contact details

Name
RCA Short Courses
Email
recruitment@rca.ac.uk