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Interiørarkitekt MNIL

Master in Interior Architecture and Design at Universitetet i Bergen (Fakultet for Kunst, Musikk og Design / KMD), BA(Hons) Interior Architecture and Design – Arts University Bournemouth

A Propos

Frida has an international education and specialized in architecture for the senses. Her master project won Newcomer of the Year at Bergen Design Festival.



Frida Yggeseth BY

Sarah Leszinski

What is most important for you as an interior architect?

During my MA I focused on design for the senses and took a deep dive into the role of sound and acoustics in architecture. Now that I work as an interior architect at IARK I look forward to applying my knowledge, as well as learn more about the senses that normally take a back seat. We can all agree that interior architecture is a visual field, but I want to make sure not to forget about touch, smell, and sound. To me it is important to keep in mind that we are never fully educated. Working in a diverse environment allows me to develop as an interior architect through cooperation with my colleagues and clients.

What inspires you within the field of interior architecture?

I believe that interior architects have many skills that go beyond conventional interior design. We are becoming bolder and try to influence fields in which we have a lot to offer. Spaces of all scales have interiors to consider, and I am very fascinated by the concept of urban interior architecture. I’m dreaming about taking an MA in Urban Planning to contribute to the broadening of our field.