The intermediate level Interior Design course explores the main concepts of design and the skills which are used to produce design concepts.
The course focuses on the fundamentals of residential interiors, covering subjects such as generating design ideas and selecting decorative items and furniture. You will learn how to create the design concepts three-dimensionally by drawing elevations and perspective drawings.
The course also explores the use of materials and you will gain the product knowledge required to select and specify finishes suitable for the intended end use and how furniture styles have been developed over the years for specific uses and applications.
At the end of the course you will feel inspired to experiment creatively and will have all the skills to rearrange an existing space and plan a new layout for a renovation project.
The course will include five modules that are designed to be sequential. Each module is designed to be two hours long with a break of 10 mins.The course is designed to develop individual approaches to designing schemes by discussion, presenting and self-reflection. The course is mostly class based but students are expected to do research outside of the class sessions.
Assessment is on-going with teacher feedback, self-assessment and individual learning plans.
There are no entry requirements for this course.
Students will need to provide paper and drawing materials. The teacher will advise at first class.
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