Bachelor of Interior Architecture Decorative Arts and Design. Department of Interior Architecture Decorative Arts and Design. Faculty of Fine Arts & Design. Technological Educational Institute of Athens.


Knowledge: Theoretical and practical related to the creation of space and object.

Skills: cognitive and practical such as space and object drawing by hand or with the help of a computer, knowledge of materials and methods in connection with the creation of artistic and architectural constructions.

Competences: Create space and objects based on theoretical principles and knowledge of materials and design methods and implementation of forms in space.

Further Information

The cognitive subject of the studies of the Department of Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts and Design is the theory and practice of interior architecture, small-scale exterior architecture, and the design of furniture, industrial and decorative items.
The mission of the Department is the provision of a spherical education to students: spatial, artistic, and technological education that copes with the continuously changing requirements of the international development of the theory and practice of its cognitive subjects.
The graduates of the Department shall be suitably educated so upon graduation they can engage with all aspects of the Department's cognitive subject, in the private or public sector, or as self-employed.
The curriculum includes the necessary theoretical and practical courses that serve the Department's cognitive subject; courses that are constantly adjusted based on international developments. In addition, there are theoretical and practical elective courses that expand the basic subjects of the studies, allowing students to delve into subjects that are relevant to their main cognitive field through postgraduate specialisations or research programs. Finally, a dissertation and practical training is required.

Relation To Employment

The qualification is not necessary for practicing the profession due to the absence of the institutionalisation of the professional rights of graduates. No license to practice is provided.


Access to this type of qualification have those who have completed at least the secondary education (level 4).
Holders of such qualifications gain access to study programmes at the same level or at level 7 or 8.

Ways To Aquire

Qualifications of this type are acquired via formal education.