Interior Architecture is a multilateral specialized profession that addresses the interior space design of the built environment. Aim of the Department of Interior Architecture is to train the young candidates, fully equipped with knowledge, to contribute to the creation of a better environment for human beings. In changing and developing design world, responsibilities of interior architects cover a wide range of duties, including spatial analysis; design decisions; project preparation; material selection and detailing; modeling; presentation; production; and application issues. Interior architects also deal with color, texture, natural and artificial light, sound, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, furniture, and the like.
Faculty of Architecture offers two separate Interior Architecture programs which are in English and Turkish. During the four-year undergraduate program, studio and theoretical courses aim to educate and graduate well-equipped interior designers. Our department offers an education that covers the design process as a whole, from analysis to application supported by the theoretical courses. Teamwork, as well as verbal and visual presentation techniques including 3D animations, is experienced by the students to increase their self-confidence and prepare them for the professional life. The four departments of Faculty of Architecture, Department of Interior Architecture, Department of Architecture, Department of Industrial Products Design, Department of Urban Planning and Landscape, work in collaboration with each other to provide the students of the faculty with a wide variety of area electives where they can specialize through certain streamlines.
Interior Architecture program focuses primarily on creativity which plays a vital role in creating a comfortable, caring, friendly and welcoming atmosphere supported by artistic-academic-social activities. These objectives are expected to enable students to have an outlook on life that will enable them to approach issues from different perspectives.