Different studies carried out in recent years identify a growing tendency for the world's population to move from more rural environments to concentrate in large urban areas. Nowadays, citizens, professionals, businessmen, owners, urban planners, politicians and technicians in large cities are redirecting their projects towards a self-sufficient model of city that is functional and will survive for future generations based on the environmental, economic and social sustainability of the urban environment.
These cities bring together more and more people from different places, habits and lifestyles. Their growth requires new creative solutions that respond to the needs of the citizen and also of collective organization that large agglomerations represent. In this sense, there are challenges that can only be solved by interior designers willing to reformulate the current spaces and propose innovative ways of living.
How can we use the technologies at our disposal and incorporate new materials to optimize the spaces we inhabit? What should working spaces be like today to balance well-being, technology, productivity and to generate individual talent and the collective intelligence of multidisciplinary teams? How can we create places that facilitate human relations and cater for new forms of socialization?
This master offers students the ideal platform to put forward and develop new proposals for living, working and social interaction spaces that will enable them to offer viable responses to global trends.