the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. An interior designer is someone who plans, researches, coordinates, and manages such projects
This studio course introduces students to the technical graphic representation techniques of design utilized within the building arts professions, as well as teaches drawing as a tool for thinking. Lectures and studio projects examine the language of three-dimensional form and deal with a wide range of analysis and representation of form, including mechanical drawing, freehand sketching and various means of rendering.
The programme develops your knowledge and skills of space and place making in order to encourage your creative innovation within the broad remit of the design of space. The various contexts of the interior encompass processes, theories and histories ranging from building reuse to new build, the room and the city and the body and space, all of which contain a diversity of forms of human occupation. Through experimental and traditional approaches, through workshop enquiry, theoretical research and critical understanding you will develop your own unique approach to the understanding and design of interior decoration and design supported by expert academic and technical guidance and using state-of-the-art facilities.
Introduction to concept of Interior Decoration
Colours in Interior Design
Furniture Sketching (Residential)
Furniture Sketching (commercial)
Role of accessories
Wall Décor’ Techniques
Fabric and furnishing
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