A London university will create the next generation of interior architects and designers as Middlesex University opens the doors of a new £80m centre for art, design and media.
Hundreds of interior design students will benefit from some of the UK’s most impressive facilities.
The Hendon based 15,000m2 building will cater for around 3000 art, design and media students taking creative courses, who will take advantage of state-of-the-art studios and workshops, as well as one of the best equipped digital darkrooms in the UK.
Tony Side, interior architecture and design director of programmes, Middlesex University said the university has invested substantially in the creative disciplines, and has a track record of developing students to be designers of the future.
Students choosing Middlesex for interior architecture or design profit will be offered work placements at the top design companies in the country.
Thousands of British and international students will benefit from some of the UK’s most impressive facilities for subjects ranging from interior design, fine art, graphic design, fashion, photography and 3D animation through to multimedia, TV and film.
Features include two Sony designed TV production studios, digital darkroom, digital media workshop, screen-printing and letterpress typographic workshop, four photographic studios, a news room, radio studio, extensive 3D workshops, ceramics workshop, black and white, and colour darkrooms, print workshop, well equipped fashion and textiles workshops and a jewellery workshop.