This accredited course will provide you with a wide and detailed knowledge of the inspiring world of interiors.
The main aim of this programme is to support you in establishing your own definitions and approaches to the diverse and controversial subjects of interior, space, and design. Addressing current spatial, interior and architectural theory, alongside the development of creative design projects, you will develop the skills needed for you to practice that definition.
The programme covers the study and design of interior spatial solutions in relation to a wide range of public and private environments. We will encourage and support you in investigating your own innovative design solutions. You will explore the design potential of existing buildings and find new uses for old or redundant spaces through the design of contemporary insertions.
Working on projects of varying scale and complexity, you will develop your interior practice within a professional context supported by engagement with relevant industry codes; but at the same time, innovative and abstract design solutions are encouraged.
This course cultivates the ability to develop creative abstract design thinking and translate it into the three-dimensional composition of space and form with a system of formal architectural ordering. The course cultivates design process tools such as diagramming, drawing and model making through a series of design explorations, including abstract ideation, physical embodiment, architectural composition and precedent analysis exercises.
Working with our experienced staff, you will be required to take charge of the direction of your coursework, and undertake self-directed study. On completion of the course you will be expected to produce a reflective body of work summarising your journey and development.
Introduction to concept of Interior Designing
Furniture Sketching (commercial)
Wall Décor’ Techniques
Fabric and furnishing
Residential Space Planning
Commercial space planning
Model making…. more