10 Best Art Portfolios by Interior Architecture Students

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10 Best Art Portfolios by Interior Architecture Students

In their field of study, the role of interior architecture students is to maintain the balance of usability and visual appeal of a living space. In this post, we feature the ergonomic and attractive art portfolios made by professional interior architects and those currently studying interior architecture to give you an idea on how influential and important their role is in improving the way of life.

For high school students who not only find enjoyment in designing rooms, but also have an interest with how room design theory, then they should look into interior architecture as a possible course to study in college.

Interior architecture merges both the study of architecture and interior design. The form and build of a room determine how the elements will be placed within it to create safe and ergonomic living spaces and environments.

This study of architecture and design is all about improving ways of living, which is why interior architecture continues to expand the boundaries and deconstructs the idea on how a living space can be made more convenient and easier.

If you have aspirations of becoming an interior architecture student years from now, check out some of the best art portfolios made by former and current practitioners of interior architecture we have found online. The portfolios should show you the limitless possibilities on how a living space can impact the lives of people.

Disclaimer: All the images featured below are not owned by PortPrep and are taken from Behance. To find out which pages the images were taken and who made them, click on the respective images below.
Coachhouse Breukelen by Zecc Architects

Coachhouse Breukelen by Zecc Architects

Kiev Appartement by Artem Trigubchak and KOLART studios

Kiev Appartement by Artem Trigubchak and KOLART studios

Interior Lipki by Виталий Юров

Interior Lipki by Виталий Юров

Mess Bedroom by Ngurah Arya

Mess Bedroom by Ngurah Arya

The living cube by Till Könneker

The living cube by Till Könneker

Residential house reconstruction by Denis Svirid

Residential house reconstruction by Denis Svirid

NORDIC APARTMENT by Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńska

NORDIC APARTMENT by Alina Rybacka-Gruszczyńska

Hostinger Global Office by Vaiva Andriušytė

Hostinger Global Office by Vaiva Andriušytė

Fernbrook 30 by neezo renders

Fernbrook 30 by neezo renders

Wake Up Your Imagination by Jan Wadim

Wake Up Your Imagination by Jan Wadim

If you want to create compelling designs like these interior architecture students then you should enroll yourself in an art school to receive proper training! However, you will only get there if you have an art portfolio that showcases your drawing skills, something that “The Admission Insider” Karen Kesteloot knows a thing or two about!

Click here or on the banner below to learn how Karen can help you become an interior architect student!

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