Master in Strategic Interior Design - Student Projects

Drive change through strategic interior design


At IE we promote a holistic learning experience. We continuously expose students to extensive and highly technical projects that require in-depth research, collaboration, testing and evaluation. Through the years, our students have presented exceptional work and below you can see for yourself.
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Prepare yourself for a successful future as a Strategic Interior Designer with valuable experiences gained through project work. 

The Design Lab

As part of the Master in Strategic Interior Design, students have the chance to participate in the Design Lab. In this lab, they develop their final projects with real companies.

Students are given a real business problem by client mentors. Conducting research and developing recommendations is core to prepare a strong proposal.

Finally, students present the results to the client and apply the feedback to their proposal. The best project will receive the Architecture and Design final project prize.

What is the Design for Business Lab About?

Jose Cuervo

María Jose Nava Muñoz is the designer behind the Pasaje Jose Cuervo in Mexico. This uniquely integrated space represents the vision and values of the world’s leading producer of tequila, while also developing an outstanding ...

February 2020
Autor (Student): María Jose Nava Muñoz

Ndlovu Educational Hub

Educor is an active business in the South African educational sector that needs to be restructured to remain afloat. While the company was historically a major player in the sector, in more recent times their ...

February 2020
Autor (Student): Belinda Duncan

Hub Dubai

Rasha Al-Tekreeti, has repurposed an abandoned amusement park with an eye on the tourism of tomorrow. Her DNATA hub seeks to partner with Dubai’s main air services provider to offer a holistic tourist solution post-Expo ...

February 2020
Autor (Student): Rasha Al-Tekreeti
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Our MRED students traveled to Hamburg and Berlin in April to learn about some of the largest regeneration developments in Europe. They explored infrastructure developed by @urw_group Germany and gained key insights into the world of architecture and design.