The course consists of developing concepts,
spaces, research and managing projects.
Interior designing is the art of designing
interior furniture, furnishings, design
patterns, colour combinations to meet the
demand of customized solutions
Diploma in Interior Design.
Bachelor of Design (B. Des) Interior Design
Bachelor of Science (B. Sc) Interior Design
Bachelor of Interior Design (BID)
Master of Science (M. Sc) Interior Design
Master of Science (M. Sc) Interior Design & Resource Management
10+2. Some colleges / universities select students based on their performance in aptitude test. The candidate’s skills in Mathematics, science, drawing skills, etc. are tested.
School of Interior Design, CEPT, Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Design Discipline, PDPM IIITDM Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.
Utkal University of Culture, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
SNDT Women's University, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Meera Bai, Institute of Technology, New Delhi
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR INTERIOR DESIGNING
Interior designers should also possess the following specific qualities:
Artistic ability. Interior designers use their sense of style, to develop designs that look great and are aesthetically pleasing.
Creativity. Interior designers need to be imaginative in selecting furnishings and fabrics and in creating spaces that serve the client’s needs and fit the client’s lifestyle.
Detail oriented. Interior designers need to be precise in measuring interior spaces and making drawings, so that furniture and furnishings will fit correctly and create the appropriate environment.
Interpersonal skills. Interior designers need to be able to communicate effectively with clients and others. Much of their time is spent soliciting new clients and new work and collaborating with other designers, engineers, and general building contractors on ongoing projects.
Problem-solving skills. Interior designers must address challenges, such as construction delays and the high cost or sudden unavailability of selected materials, while keeping the project on time and within budget.
Visualization. Interior designers need a strong sense of proportion and visual awareness, to understand how pieces of a design will fit together to create the intended interior environment.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR INTERIOR DESIGNING
Interior designers typically do the following:
Search for and bid on new projects
Determine the client’s goals and requirements for the project
Consider how the space will be used and how people will move through the space
Sketch preliminary design plans, including electrical and partition layouts
Specify materials and furnishings, such as lighting, furniture, wall finishes, flooring, and plumbing fixtures
Create a timeline for the interior design project and estimate project costs
Place orders for materials and oversee the installation of the design elements
Oversee construction and coordinate with general building contractors to implement the plans and specifications for the project
Visit the site after the project is complete, to ensure that the client is satisfied