CIA students majoring in Interior Architecture work in their own studio space and also share resources with the Department of Industrial Design. You’ll have access to cutting-edge computer technology, shop facilities, presentation rooms, project rooms, and rapid prototyping—a technology that turns your CAD/CAM design into a three dimensional scale model.
CIA also houses the fabrication studios, a shared space, staffed and supervised by highly qualified technical specialists. Students from all courses of study are encouraged to use this space and do hands-on research with tools and materials. This communal environment gives students optimal means of making for their individual exploration and group projects.
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While at CIA, you'll learn from the masters through our rigorous, world-class curriculum and connect with working professionals to begin your career.