Göran Hellborg Faculty programme director Visual design - Architecture and interior design / Technichal visualisation - BIM +46 70 630 99 33

Visualisation of rooms, interior design and products, 400 Yh-p

Visualization of the rooms, furnishings and products is an education for those who want to create creative and communicating 3D visualizations, modeling and pictures of rooms, Furniture- and interiors and products along with interior designers, furniture designers, industrial designers.


The program gives you the knowledge, skills and competencies to work independently and with others participate in and manage visualization, modeling and communication processes for interiors, furniture, products and appliances for a sustainable society.


The training is a mix of traditional artistic techniques and the latest digital tools for modeling, visualization and imaging. Concepts, terminology, processes and history of design, interiors, furniture and appliances are interspersed with sketching, image composition and physical model making. Graphic communication, layout and image production with post-production interspersed with Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality.

The teaching is carried out by professional architects, interior architects, designers, designers, artists, photographers and 3D artists. The training is conducted in a studio environment, and looking like a real work situation you will encounter in the workplace. We make study trips to Berlin and Copenhagen and visiting designers and furniture manufacturers. Software in education are among other 3D Studio Max, Photoshop, Revit, Illustrator and Indesign.


With your knowledge and skills you will be able to produce modeling, visualization and high quality images for many different stages of interior decorating and design processes.


The profession, as visualizer of the rooms, furnishings and products, artistic, creative and very hands-on in terms of both digital modeling, visualizations and images that artistic techniques. 

This programme is only given in Swedish and for application please contact the Faculty programme director Göran Hellborg.