One Year Course

Practical Master in

Interior Design

Rome, 13 December 2019 / 6 March 2020


Do you want to become an interior designer?
With the One Year Course Practical Master in Interior Design, organized by IDI in collaboration with the excellence of Roman architecture, you can learn advanced design techniques, learning to manage an interior design project in all its phases, from concept, to CAD design and to product communication and marketing the final. The course weekend formula also allows students and workers to easily take part in it, for a training program lasting a whole year.

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interior design


What you will learn:

Design of living spaces

Design of commercial spaces

Design of workspaces

Plants and problems

Lighting design

Materials and furnishing accessories

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The training process

Practical Master in Interior Design

The Practical Master in Interior Design aims to train professionals capable of following the entire design process and takes the form of a workshop in which participants will deal with interior design: from public spaces to private ones , from offices to commercial spaces.
Giving shape to contemporary spaces requires competence and taste and for this reason the interior design it must respond not only to the need for comfort and individual expression, but also to aggregation and efficiency, identity creation and communication impact.
During the realization of the Project Work, the student will have the possibility to put into practice the skills acquired during the classroom phase, consolidating the acquired knowledge. He will develop an interior design project starting from the concept and the technical and material choices, passing through the study of colors, lights, up to volumes and surfaces, thus having a complete perception of the changes taking place on the market and learning to read the signs that anticipate new trends.
Spaces that fall within the scope ofinterior design, in addition to the more traditional ones of the home and offices, they also include commercial spaces, from shops to showrooms, to food and beverage areas.
The path of the Practical Master it will consist of lectures, classroom design activities and site visits, with a plus: the possibility of interfacing, as well as with IDI teachers, also with the excellence of Roman architecture.

Job opportunities

The knowledge acquired during the Practical Master in Interior Design will allow the student to successfully practice the profession in professional design and architecture offices or in companies in the furnishing sector; the interior designer who leaves the Master can also choose to work as a freelancer by carrying out his own projects on specific customer request.

Topics Covered

  • Historical notes on interior design
  • Innovative changes and trends in the sector
  • Project consistency
  • The importance of building unique and distinctive spatial environments
  • Communicate the project
  • Logistics and flows in relation to different types of spatial use
  • The hospitality and hospitality sector and wellness areas
  • Design of living spaces
  • Design of exhibition and commercial spaces
  • Design of spaces for food and beverage
  • Design of new spaces for work and smart working
  • Office design
  • The choice of material during the design phase
  • Combination of styles
  • Color Design and chromatic interactions
  • Lighting Design: light as a tool for characterizing the landscape in the commercial and residential sectors
  • New technologies at the service of lighting design
  • Recycling and upcycling
  • Temporary design for public spaces
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Programme Stages

  • Preliminary lessons: texts + online platform
  • Classroom phase: 150 hours of lessons in weekend formula
  • Project work: realization of a project (3 months)
  • Stage of internship: 3 months at partner companies in the region of interest of the participant
  • Max. Participants: 18

How to apply

  • Fill out the information request form and we will contact you within a few days. In the selection of candidates will be considered the school and work CV, in addition to the motivational letter produced; it is possible to support the candidacy with a portfolio of previous works. Considering these elements, the examining board will communicate the result of the selection and admission to the Course / Master, by submitting the registration form.


  • Opportunity of financing the enrollment fee;
  • Professional orientation meeting during the classroom stage;
  • CV video realization during full-immersion;
  • CV revision and updating for sending it to companies in the design sector at the end of the training process;
  • Reports of accommodation facilities in areas adjacent to the venue of the classroom stage.


  • Massimiliano Brugia
    Massimiliano Brugia
    Co-founder of the Bicuadro group, he finished his studies at the University of Rome "La Sapienza" with an experimental thesis on the museum display of Italian archaeological parks. after a period of training at "ABA Architettura" in Rome where as a design architect he qualified for third place for the competition of the new Fregene seafront, at the end of the 2006 he moved to the USA and began a continuous collaboration with the Rietveld Architects studio LLP of New York City which sees him as Staff Architect in the drafting of large-scale projects, including the construction of a new center of residential skyscrapers in The Hague (Netherlands). The experience gained in a stimulating and avant-garde environment is directed to a professional practice that finds the synthesis point in the Bicuadro group.
  • Valerio Campi
    Valerio Campi
    Among the founders of Bicuadro, he graduated from the University of Rome "La sapienza" with a thesis entitled "ancient new centrality places". with experience in the field of safety on construction sites and in historical research, after a series of collaborations with some architecture firms in the capital and a previous experience as founder of a first design group in 2005, with which he participates in important international competitions such as Europan 8 and “Beck's you have the key” as well as creating some apartments and offices in Rome and designing a new residential center for Cerasi Costruzioni, decided in the 2007 to start a new professional adventure based on the search for quality from design to execution. To the Bicuadro group it makes an essential contribution as a designer and creative.
  • Lucia Catenacci
    Lucia Catenacci
    With the thesis he started his specialization course in the design of health facilities, then continued with the participation in various research projects of national interest funded by MIUR. After an experience in the field of design at Studio Costa & Partners in Rome, he expanded his knowledge by collaborating with Steam srl, in the Works Management for the construction of the New Hospital Pole in Monselice, near Padua. Among his specializations the interior-design and the deepening of issues related to the organization and management of complex buildings. From 2011 he is a member of the Bicuadro firm as senior project manager and now, partner of Bicuadro Architecture srl, he deals with management and planning of large-scale buildings
  • Luigi Filetici
    Luigi Filetici
    After graduating with honors in Architecture at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome and having attended various specialization courses, he devoted himself to the professional activity in architecture and photography. Over the years 90 carries out a series of photographic researches. In these same years he began to collaborate with the main national and international magazines, to work with architecture and design studios and artists. In the 2013 he is commissioned by the editorial Domus and studio ABDR to talk about the New Tiburtina Station. Since 2002 he has taught "project communication" at the La Sapienza University of Rome, the Milan Polytechnic and the interior design master of the European Institute of Design.
  • Sergio Vinci
    Sergio Vinci
    He graduated in Architecture at the Sapienza University of Rome. From the 2000 in the staff of the Transit Studio, he specializes in the technical-design sector. Become a partner and technical director of the studio in 2007. The activity of the firm has developed, over the years, in fields that have touched the most significant topics of the contemporary city. In particular, Studio Transit is currently very active in the residential sector, where the Firm is involved in the design of various structures of urban interest, from the single-family villa to the large complex but above all in the directional sector where the redevelopment of entire buildings, including historic ones, has flanked the design of numerous new construction projects for the offices of important public and private companies. In recent times, the studio has also been involved in interesting initiatives for the recovery and regeneration of degraded parts of the urban context even in central areas of the city.


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