24 July 2020
Interior spaces are the core of the built environment that organize structures and facilitate our lives, activities and social behaviour. The main focus of the course, therefore, is not only on the definition of space in its physical form and function, but in particular on the experience of space, its perception by humans, and how we relate to the space that evokes different emotional responses.
In this course, students are introduced to the complexities of developing interior spaces, which is on the one hand a mental process and on the other requires a spatial knowledge. To design space, it is necessary to decipher the characteristics of its nature and to discover the messages revealed by its shape and aesthetics.
Daniela Hartmann is a professional interior architect graduated in Germany. She is founder of dhd Daniela Hartmann Design, a Barcelona-based interior design studio that specializes in residential, commercial and public projects.
EUR 840: Bold members of Elisava Alumni will enjoy a 15% reduction.