Things that excite an interior designer:
Beautiful fabrics and objects, matching and comparing, fluid spaces, organizing and planning, attention to detail, problem solving and human behavior. Interior designers pride themselves on creating beauty, function and comfort in every space that they design.
What is Interior Design?
Interior Design is about creating inviting and functional environments for people informed by how they live and work, whilst considering their psychological, emotional and physical needs. A good designer looks at feasibility, context, circumstances, and cultural inclusion. A good interior designer knows about emerging technologies, products and services and the latest software used in the sector. On a day to day basis, interior designers meet clients, visit their sites, develop concepts and produce digital technical drawings. Interior designers provide interior design solutions for clients in the retail, hospitality, domestic, exhibition, services, corporate, and specialist industries like healthcare and education environments. Interior Designer's potential job titles may include; interior decorator, merchandiser, show house planner, film set designer, colour and fabric consultant.
Standard Enrolment July, November 2019 and March 2020 for distance learning students
As part of the Total Annual Fee you will receive:
- Positive teaching and learning experience
- Continuous based assessment
- Custom designed curriculum and courseware
- Access to Online Learner Management System with live data
- Industry relevant and suitably qualified faculty members
- Equipment and Materials list to purchase requirements independently
- Grammarly license
- Access to Questia Online license
- Online Office 365
- Autodesk AutoCad software and license
Interior designers are typically employed in design agencies, architectural practices and even corporate environments. An alternative to employment is to freelance or to run your own business offering interior design services. An interior designer, can expect to work on varying projects and elements within a project. Choosing to remain broad and work across an entire project requires experience and a good skill set in client briefing, conceptual development, space planning, technical drawings, specifications, visualization, project management and implementation. Alternatively a specialized approach to an area within a series of projects would hone your knowledge and skill set in that area. For example, you may specialise in conceptual development and design or technical requirements of a project or even project management and implementation. Typical interior projects may include; domestic design (homes), retail design (shops and malls), hospitality design (hotels), services design (airports, hospitals, schools) and specialist design (yachts, vehicles, spaceships).