Workshop

This is a preliminary overview of workshops. Check back regularly while the program develops.
 
Interior design workshops bring together young designers and students from different nations and cultures. The program is developed to exchange ideas and to encourage and illuminate young Interior Design Students in workshops with professional mentors, educators and fellow students of interior design globally. The students engage in the design process, work with their fellow students, and engage in discussions, feedback sessions and design think tanks to produce an outcome. A group of international tutors mentor the work and the end-result is judged by an international jury. Excerpts of the works will be exhibited during the inamsterdam World Interiors Event and Meeting. As part of the inamsterdam World Interiors Event workshops will be held at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Participation to the Workshop is open to students and young professionals. Further details will be announced.
 
As part of the inamsterdam World Interiors Event 2013 workshops will be held at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Participation to the Workshop is open to students and young professionals. Further details will be announced.
The Rietveld Academie is internationally orientated; around forty percent of the students at the Academie originates from outside the Netherlands. They come from more than forty different countries. Therefore a lot of English is spoken at the academy and in some classes English is the main language.
The academy maintains a large number of international contacts. There are regular student-exchange programmes with a number of foreign institutions. Among these are schools in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, Edinburgh, Paris, Barcelona, Lisbon, Berlin, Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki, Milan, Jerusalem, and Melbourne.
 

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