International Diploma in Interior Design

An interior design enables a student to look at a space through the lens of a designer. The fundamental skills of a student in drawing, design concepts, material technology and design history are polished. The knowledge of technical and aesthetic principles builds a foundation for space planning, colour, materials, and finishes. Moreover, the student will learn how to communicate their design both verbally and visually. A year-long diploma program is divided into two semesters that undertake a consolidated teaching plan and hypothetical design projects. These projects resemble live design projects in every aspect thus requiring students to build all the skills a designer needs to come through a real-life project.
  • Understand the given spaces and requirements
  • Collect data based on the requirements and learn about the project
  • Study the required measurements and area
  • Work on the interior layout of the furniture and furnishing
  • Work on the services drawings like lighting and plumbing
  • Work on the finishes including colours, textures and materials
  • Understand costing and estimation
  • Produce presentation drawings and models
INTAKE

20
Students

DURATION

1
Year

Eligibility

10+2 /
PUC Pass

(with English) from any Recognized Board
Affiliation

Curriculum

  • Fundamentals of Drawing
    This course enables students to learn the medium of drawing and drafting to successfully represent presentation and working drawings. Course provides conceptual and technical knowledge to resolve problems of representation. Course prepares the students to completely represent a design proposal.
  • Colour Concepts in Interiors
    Course introduces a practical way of applying colours on two dimensional surfaces using appropriate medium and the aesthetical evaluation of the colour scheme. Course introduces practical application of the color theories, focusing on the interaction and relativity of color.
  • History of Interiors
    This course provides a brief introduction to the Prehistoric activities at different parts of the world. Here students are given exposure to the evolving cultures, art, and craft architecture and furniture histories of different parts of the world.
  • Construction Materials
    This course provides a technical understanding of the construction techniques, materials and building technologies. Course deals with terms and terminology of the built structure and gives the student information on the properties, management, specifications, use, application and costs of the materials used in the interiors.
  • Fundamentals of Design
    This course introduces the basic elements and principles of Art and Design topics required for a student at the entry-level. The course deals with the importance of art elements, principles and their applications in the creation of a new design.
  • Design Project I
    This course implements the subject knowledge into practice. The course deals with a hypothetical project and follows a design process while inter-relating the topics that develop along with the design process.
  • Construction Management
    This course provides a technical understanding of the construction techniques, materials and building technologies. Course deals with terms and terminology of the built structure and gives the student information on the properties, management, specifications, use, application and costs of the materials used in the interiors.
  • Digital Arts
    This course provides an understanding of the software skills required for the students of interior design. The course focuses on the basic functions of a 2d drafting software, 3d developing software, a rendering software and a presentation.
  • Interior Services
    This course provides an understanding of the required knowledge of services that are designed in the interiors of a building. The course deals with interior services of different aspects like lighting, plumbing and acoustics. The course introduces the technical representational methods of services required for interior projects.
  • Estimation and Costing
    This course provides an understanding of the required knowledge of services that are designed in the interiors of a building. The course deals with interior services of different aspects like lighting, plumbing and acoustics. Course introduces the technical representational methods of services required for interior projects.
  • Accessories in Interiors
    The course provides a framework in understanding the socio-cultural and historical aspects that influence the design of accessories and products based on their lifestyle. This course imparts the knowledge of various styles, systems and products available in the market. The course enhances the aesthetic perception, materials, design and working parameters in designing products and lifestyle accessories.
  • Design Project II
    This course implements the subject knowledge into practice. The course deals with a hypothetical project and follows a design process while inter-relating the topics that develop along with the design process.

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