We draw on this unrivalled breadth of connections for students’ work observations and placements, which are central to an Inchbald education. Exposure to working design studios can help you distil the theory you have absorbed and witness how this is applied in the professional environment.
These ordinarily take place during the Easter vacation and are organised by Inchbald in partnership with leading studios and practices. The arrangements provide students with the opportunity to observe day-to-day practice, to understand studio structure, to see real projects in progress and to get involved with all aspects of life in a working studio.
Placements and internships of a longer duration are organised after graduation, allowing graduates to see in real-time how a project moves from concept to instigation and installation. Observations, placements and internships are voluntary and opportunities may vary for those studying on a visa, depending on the conditions stipulated.
Participating studios and practices include:
Brid Carr Architecture - Colefax & Fowler - Desalles Flint - Enarch - 1508 London - Finchatton - Fiona Barratt Interiors - Goddard Littlefair - Gosling Ltd - Guy Greenfield Architects - Harrods Interior Design - Helen Green Design - Juliette Byrne - Kelly Hoppen Interiors - Lambart & Browne - Laura Hammett - Lawson Robb - Louise Jones Interiors - Martin Brudnizki Design Studio - Michaelis Boyd - Maybourne Hotel Group - Natalia Miyer Atelier - Nina Campbell - Oliver Laws - Rose Uniacke - Salvesen Graham - Studio Hopwood - Studio Indigo - Studio Suss - Taylor Howes - th2designs - Tessuto - Tollgard Design Group - WISH London - Woodstock Designs
John Brooks Studio - Gardenlink - Jonathan Snow Garden Design - Anthony Paul Landscape Design - Ann-Marie Powell - RHS Chelsea Flower Show - RHS Hampton Court - Charlotte Rowe - Tom Stuart-Smith