PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM IN INTERIOR DESIGN
Learn from the Professionals
Interior design is all about how we experience spaces. It’s a powerful, essential part of our daily lives and affects how we live, work, play, and even heal. Comfortable homes, functional workplaces, beautiful public spaces—that’s interior design at work.
Become professional artist
This program deals with design source and materials, fundamentals of drawing, furniture design and design source and materials, interior graphics, Introduction to CAD, construction, services, case-study, building material etc.
- Increase design and visualization skills
- Learn complete interior design production pipeline
- Continuous evaluation through examination, competitions and activities
- Regular onsite visit for site and meeting with professionals on site.
Be Industry Ready
Students walk away with a rich portfolio comprising various interior design 3D layouts such as a living room, bedroom, kitchen etc. This portfolio will be a gateway to join the interior design firm.
- Weekday batches: 5 days a week (2 hours per day)
- Practical session backed by theory explanation
- Practical assignment and Project-based learning
- Industry-aligned creative and technical programs
- History of interior design
- Elements of design
- Freehand drawing
- Principle of design
- Colour wheel
- Colour key
- 2D design
- Architectural drafting
- Interior Design-Residential
- 2D, 3D Computer Aided Drawing
- Computer Graphic Skills
- Creativity and Concept Development
- BOQ, Budget and Costing
- Drawing Presentation
- Application and Execution
Emerging student profile
Interior design program is a well-rounded education and the skills to work in many disciplines such as architecture, graphic design, decorative arts, and textile, furniture, and lighting design. Our students will have knowledge of textiles, materials, colour, space planning, sustainability, and more. They will also be well educated on the software applications for 2D & 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and building information modelling (BIM). A student can deal with structural requirements, health and safety issues, and building codes.