Experiential Interior Design (EID) refers to the practice of implementing experiential values in the field of spatial design. It is a new approach to the creation of interiors based on the principles of human behavior in relation to an environment organized and defined by human beings that stresses their experiential needs.
The idea of EID is based around the impact of an environment which is formed by subjective individual experience. This is the result of human interaction with the physical space or environment whose impact can be described as sensory, emotional, intellectual, pragmatic and/or social.
Therefore, the Official Master's Degree in Experiential Interior Design places people at the center of the practice of spatial design. Through knowledge, techniques and skills structured around a project-based culture, students will learn to come up with creative solutions to incorporate in the best possible way the influence of human experience in the relationships that users establish in and with places.
The integration of technology and a multi-channel, 360º view of the user's experience (now forming the core of the research and project development) help students of the program to acquire the skills necessary to carry out projects specialized in the emotional experience of space.
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