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Department of Spatial and Interior Design, De-Lin Institute of Technology

School Profile
The Department of Spatial and Interior Design aims to cultivate students to become innovative designers. The courses offered by the department include fine arts, history and humanities, computer media, technology and sustainable design environment. The key courses of the program focus on the eight design studios in which are used as the platform to integrate all disciplines. Currently, there are three full-time teaching faculties and twelve part-time lecturers. As the department grows larger in the next few years, there will be more design lecturers and professional join the faculty and the program.

Innovative Designers
Over the last decade, the school of the De-Lin Institute of Technology understood spatial and interior design as both a critical design discipline and a potent social and economic force in Taiwan. It is part of the school’s master plan, to engage the design concepts as part of the school’s educational program, and aims to cultivate the De-Lin student becoming an innovate designer.

Innovative Design Experience
The spatial learning experience at the Department of De-Lin Spatial and Interior Design is intimate and thought-provoking. Students work in small groups with faculty to develop design concepts for residences, institutions, commercial spaces, and special building types. Each space planning is treated as a unique confluence of forces that students navigate according to a value system that stresses environmental stewardship and cultural sensitivity.

Foundation for Success
In the first year of the curriculum, intended majors participate in the series of art, design history and theory courses, as well as the eight-semester studio sequence that introduces interior and architectural issues of increasing difficulty and detail. Students learn to conceptualize and develop interior designs through to detailed resolution, using representational means ranging from physical models to collage and digital renderings.

From Classroom to Communities
Junior students can apply to participate in various professional internships during the school break where students design, develop, and construct a full-scale project for a real client. This internship encapsulates the highest aspirations of the Spatial Design program's socially engaged curriculum and its discipline-crossing culture. Students will gain the experience of professional practice, and this internship program helps to develop student’s knowledge of design theory and prepare students for practice.

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