Interior architecture professions require the acquisition of multiple skills and adaptability. Precision and process are necessary in addition to creativity, imagination and sensitivity.
THREE TEACHING AXES
The general teaching unit covers the economic and tangible realities of the future profession of interior architecture.
The professional teaching unit boost and develops the creative potential of each student.
The artistic teaching unit develops students’ curiosity and an open mind.
The Interior architecture BTS (French undergraduate national diploma) is a state-registered qualification (equivalent to BAC +2 years of further education) and takes place over two years following a Foundation year (MANAA).
Student selection is done by dossier and an interview, submitted at the end of a Foundation year (MANAA) at LISAA or elsewhere. A baccalaureate level of studies (or equivalent) is required. Students who have not studied design as part of their final high school studies are required to follow a MANAA course which will enable them to study the fundamental elements of observational drawing, documentary studies, life drawing, outdoor drawing, colour, history of art…