An Interior Designer plays a fundamental role in actually envisioning and creating the interiors of a place which could be a home, an office, a school, a hotel, restaurant, retail or commercial space and the works. So, for a student to completely metamorphose to an Interior Designer, there is a lot of awareness and talent building, fostering of thoughts and ideas, reading, being aware of the current design trends, popular requests and also understanding what individual clients’ seek and to offer customized design solutions that would suit individual preferences, tastes and requirements. This comes only with practice and as you gain experience and the know-how.

Most students of Interior Design learn on-the-job. In fact, practical training and interning is as much relevant as going through the machinations of what the course offers. A strong, hands-on approach, understanding of form, structure, context, and material is also another aspect.

In the course of the study or program, students learn to develop research all technical skills, and to imbibe and hone their abilities and to present work in a sample portfolio. The course allows students to work with design firms, industry experts, companies and academic and professional mentors. All of this will help groom and prepare them in the ground level as they foray into their respective careers or seek gainful employment.

The course touches  areas of  principles of design, colour theory, materials study, sample boards, estimating material quantities, plans and elevations, decorative paint finishes, planning rooms, soft furnishings – textiles, upholstery, carpets, internal fittings; field studies, visiting exhibitions, and also visiting design firms where real-time work takes place and understand it better as it unravels in the actual setting.

Interior Design Industry in India

  •  India is all set to match China to produce 5 lakh interior designers every year
  •  $40 billion industry
  •  Supported by booming real estate market
  •  1.4 million job opportunities by 2016

This course has rich content including, principles of design, colour theory, materials study, sample boards, estimating materials quantities, plans and elevations, decorative paint finishes, planning rooms, soft furnishings – textiles, upholstery, carpets, internal fittings; making the most of your time when you visit exhibition, professional practice, and much more.

Diploma in Interior Design

  •  Course Duration 6 &12 months
  •  Career Prospects enhanced by corporate connect
  •  Full fledged placement assistance and campus recruitment opportunities