This page has following information about Interior Design Diploma –
1. Interior Design Past Job Placements
2. Interior Design Course Details
3. Interior Design Syllabus of 1st Semester and 2nd Semester
4. Major Subjects & Specialization in Interior Design
Do you want to make career as Interior Designer? Our past students work in following fields –
Luxury Cruise / Ship & Private Jest Designers
Have you seen movie Titanic? The luxury inside cruise and private jet seems similar to hotel industry; however design, weight, safety, noise, vibration and harshness standards are very different. Modern engineering, material science, assembly technique, welding & wood fabrication, environmental testing, corrosion, vibration testing etc are prerequisite to be successful cruise or jet interior designer. It requires both engineering as well as fine art understanding.
Aviation Retail Designer
Have you visited airport? Huge numbers of shops are inside without bricks and mortar and in very limited space. How air port path lay outing is done to accommodate these restaurant, fashion store & electronic shops? As raw material, lighting, safety regulation and space availability is completely different from conventional market space, Aviation Retail Interior is separate field in itself.
Furniture design is a more specialised part of interior design. As a furniture designer, your work can be twofold; with the client and with other suppliers.
User Experience & User Interface Designers
Graphic designers create visual concepts, using computer software or by hand, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, and captivate consumers. They develop the overall layout and production design for various applications such as mobile applications, websites, advertisements, brochures, magazines, and corporate reports.
Industrial designers develop the concepts for manufactured products, such as cars, home appliances, and toys. They combine art, business, and engineering to make products that people use every day. Industrial designers consider the function, aesthetics, production costs, and usability of products when developing new product concepts.
Landscape architects design parks and the outdoor spaces of campuses, recreational facilities, businesses, private homes, and other open areas.
Exhibition designers provide working layouts and decide the décor to be used in exhibition halls. The designers need to be knowledgeable on modular stand design, custom build designs, exhibition and museum design, and floor management.
Lighting designers are involved in schematic design and work on decorative products such as light fittings, shades and luminaries for a design consultancy or manufacturer. Knowledge in different types of lighting and their effects is crucial to the success of a lighting designer.
They create interior designs for professional workplaces from small office settings to large-scale corporations within high-rise buildings. They focus on creating spaces that are efficient, functional, and safe for employees. They may incorporate design elements that reflect a company’s brand in their designs.
They use the evidence-based design process in designing and renovating healthcare centres, clinics, doctors’ offices, hospitals, and residential care facilities. They specialise in making design decisions based on credible research to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients, residents, and the facility.
Art directors are responsible for the visual style and images in magazines, newspapers, product packaging, and movie and television productions. They create the overall design of a project and direct others who develop artwork and layouts.
Floral Designers ( Indoor Plant / Garden Design)
Floral designers, also called florists, cut and arrange live, dried, and silk flowers and greenery to make decorative displays. They also help customers select flowers, containers, ribbons, and other accessories. Open Air restaurant, Theme Parks, Garden etc wherever flowers, plants and trees are used as decoration space these designers are employed.
2nd Semester includes practical training, 2D and 3D CAD Softwares, Engineering Management, Design Management and Internship.
Introduction to Design
Definitions and meaning of design, Importance of design. Examples of design from nature. CAD Software, Computer Added Design Analysis, Fundamental elements of design in 2-D and their definitions; point, line, shape, form, space, texture, value, color and material, Introduction to the principles of design in 2- D and 3-D – unity, balance, symmetry proportion, scale, hierarchy, rhythm, contrast, harmony, focus, use of grids, creating repetitive patterns.
The main objective of the course is to impart knowledge about the interior design solutions and architectural knowledge.
Concepts of geometry
Introduction to different 3-D forms and primitive forms shapes and understand the behavior when combined. Transformations of 2-D to 3-D. CAD Software. Computer Added Design Analysis.
Objective of this subject is to make students familiar with 2D and 3D geometrical figures.
Introduction – Physics, physiology and psychology of colors – visible spectrum, colored light, color temperature, color interaction, color blindness. Color Systems: Munsell, Ostwald, DIN, CIE, OAS, Kupper, Gerritsen, NCS, Color aid system, and color systems in practice, simplified color system, color terminology, special color issues, mixed color effects, effects of texture, using color systems, Problems with color. Use of color in various functional contexts – Residential interiors, Non Residential interiors. Use of color in special situations – out door/indoor spaces, accessories, art works etc.
Students learn about the colors, their attributes and psychological effects on a person’s mind.
Primary, secondary, tertiary colors, color wheel, color schemes color value, intensity, and modification of color hues – tints, shades, neutralization. Color charts – types, making and using. Color harmony, use of color harmony.
Types of color its uses and applications.
Creativity And Problem Solving
Definitions of creativity, Thinking techniques, Tools and techniques of creativity,
The objective of the subject is to develop creative and problem solving skills.
Introduction To Art And Interior Design
Purpose and relevance of Art, Development of art, Exploration of art forms, Study of ornament in Interior Design, Introduction to Heritage Interiors, Industrial Revolution and its influence on society and culture, Various elements of society, General understanding of Interior Design and integration with architecture,
The main objective of the subject is to provide detailed information about art and design including historical studies of design.
Design Drawing And Graphics
Introduction to pencil exercises, Simple exercises of object drawings, Fundamentals of drawing and its practice, Architectural symbols, Measuring and drawing to scale, Interiors and furniture sketching, Building Geometry
Subject teaches different drawing techniques and graphical figures.
Interior Design Materials And Applications
Masonry, Timber, cane, bamboo, Wood, Paints, Varnishes (oil and spirit)
Subject provides knowledge of the materials used in interiors and exteriors.
Orientation for improving the skills of grammar, Written Skills, Formal letters and specifications
Improving verbal and non-verbal skills is the main objective of this subject.
WORKSHOP (Ceramics – Clay/ Plaster Of Paris)
Introduction to model making, Introduction to the Ceramic materials used for model making, Hand building techniques, Introduction to molds
Model making using P.O.P and different types of moulds is taught to the students.
Basic anthropometrics, Introduction to design methodology, Problem statements
Concepts of space planning are taught in this subject.