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INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE

Through outstanding environmental experiences, MADA’s unique Interior Architecture course will help you gain an understanding of how people engage with the world. With more than half the course taught in the studio, you’ll graduate armed with practical experience, ready to contribute to industry.

Melanie Ting, Performing Identities
Melanie Ting, Performing Identities
Brooke Galloway, makercare
Brooke Galloway, makercare

Career Possibilities

With your understanding of space and design from an Interior Architecture degree at Monash, you’ll find career opportunities in staging, installation design, lighting and exhibiting, and work in spaces from pop-ups and kiosks to churches and stadiums.

Exhibition designer

Exhibition designers create displays, fixtures, and spatial arrangements for exhibitions and commercial events.

They use skills in project management, visual and interior design, and industry knowledge to realise their clients’ visions and create exciting and engaging exhibition experiences.

Interior designer

Interior designers shape our experience of rooms and built interiors, using colour, functional design, space and furnishings.

They have a keen understanding of how people use the spaces in which they live, as well as knowledge of building codes, healthcare regulations and sustainability principles, which they use to create a living environment suited to the needs of their clients.

Interior architecture professional

Interior architecture professionals design indoor spaces to suit the people who occupy them.

Often remodelling or reworking existing buildings, interior architects work with the natural flow of life through space to create fulfilling and efficient environments that benefit those who live and work within them.

Experience designer

Experience designers work on the cutting edge of brand engagement.

They create multi-platform digital experiences that persuade, inform, entertain and engage users.

Monash Interior Architecture Graduates

at work

Visual merchandiser

Visual merchandisers use their skills in spatial design to create inviting retail spaces, displays, and installations.

They work in window staging, floor planning, and visual and sensory design to attract and communicate with customers and support retail businesses.

Project management

Project managers oversee the construction of a development project from start to finish.

They liaise with architects, tradespeople, and their clients to ensure that the building projects they take care of are efficient, timely and cost-effective.

Property developer

Property developers create new places for people to live and work in, from the ground up.

Working with architects, engineers, urban planners and more, they use their savvy and business acumen to turn old buildings or raw land into private, commercial and public real estate.

Design retail consultant

Design retail consultants work with retailers to maximise their space’s potential.

They draw on skills in interior design, communication, project management and research to change the way consumers experience a retail space for the better.

Career Possibilities

With your understanding of space and design from an Interior Architecture degree at Monash, you’ll find career opportunities in staging, installation design, lighting and exhibiting, and work in spaces from pop-ups and kiosks to churches and stadiums.

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  • Exhibition designer
  • Interior designer
  • Interior architecture professional
  • Experience designer
  • Visual merchandiser
  • Project management
  • Property developer
  • Design retail consultant
  • Exhibition designers create displays, fixtures, and spatial arrangements for exhibitions and commercial events.

    They use skills in project management, visual and interior design, and industry knowledge to realise their clients’ visions and create exciting and engaging exhibition experiences.

    Learn more

  • Interior designers shape our experience of rooms and built interiors, using colour, functional design, space and furnishings.

    They have a keen understanding of how people use the spaces in which they live, as well as knowledge of building codes, healthcare regulations and sustainability principles, which they use to create a living environment suited to the needs of their clients.

    Learn more

  • Interior architecture professionals design indoor spaces to suit the people who occupy them.

    Often remodelling or reworking existing buildings, interior architects work with the natural flow of life through space to create fulfilling and efficient environments that benefit those who live and work within them.

    Learn more

  • Experience designers work on the cutting edge of brand engagement.

    They create multi-platform digital experiences that persuade, inform, entertain and engage users.

    Learn more

  • Visual merchandisers use their skills in spatial design to create inviting retail spaces, displays, and installations.

    They work in window staging, floor planning, and visual and sensory design to attract and communicate with customers and support retail businesses.

    Learn more

  • Project managers oversee the construction of a development project from start to finish.

    They liaise with architects, tradespeople, and their clients to ensure that the building projects they take care of are efficient, timely and cost-effective.

    Learn more

  • Property developers create new places for people to live and work in, from the ground up.

    Working with architects, engineers, urban planners and more, they use their savvy and business acumen to turn old buildings or raw land into private, commercial and public real estate.

    Learn more

  • Design retail consultants work with retailers to maximise their space’s potential.

    They draw on skills in interior design, communication, project management and research to change the way consumers experience a retail space for the better.

    Learn more

Current Projects

MADA Interior Architecture students and staff undertake a huge variety of projects. Here’s some of what they’re working on.

Current Projects

MADA Interior Architecture students and staff undertake a huge variety of projects. Here’s some of what they’re working on.

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