Interior Design

A brief summary

Interior designers draw upon many disciplines to enhance the function, safety, and aesthetics of interior spaces. Their main concerns are with how different colors, textures, furniture, lighting, and space work together to meet the needs of a building’s occupants. Designers plan interior spaces of almost every type of building, including offices, airport terminals, theaters, shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, and private residences. Good design can boost office productivity, increase sales, attract a more affluent clientele, provide a more relaxing hospital stay, or increase a building’s market value.

Eligiblity

Following is our Eligiblity Criteria:

  • Fresher
  • Any Graduate

Scope

  • Interior Designer
  • Self Employed
  • Interior Design Coordinator
  • Interior Design Director
  • Interior Design Consultant
  • Corporate Designer
  • Project Designer
  • Project Manager
  • Design Assistant
  • Design & Planning Consultant
  • Certified Kitchen Designer
  • Color and Materials Designer
  • Commercial Interior Designer
  • Decorating Consultant
  • Director of Interiors

Career

  • Commercial Buildings need INTERIOR designer
  • Airports need INTERIOR designer
  • Shopping Malls need INTERIOR designer
  • Hospitals , Office complex INTERIOR designer
  • Residential buildings need INTERIOR designer
  • Boutique & shops need INTERIOR designer
  • Institutions need INTERIOR designer

Syllabus

Materials in interior design - I:

  • Stone, Brick, Clay Products, Lime, Cement Mortar, Concrete, Plaster, Metal, Timber, Wood Products, Glass, Flooring/Cladding, Paints, Fixtures & Fastenings, Furnishing Materials, Finishes.
  • Materials & Construction – II
  • Brick & stone, Timber, Plain Concrete and their application

Structure in interior design:

  • Foundation, Footings, beam, column, plinth, Walls, Floors, Ceilings, Staircase, Load bearing Structure, Frame Structure (Timber/Steel/R.C.C.)

Brick & Stone in interior design:

  • Masonry including laying bonding, joints Opening in form of Arches, Lintels in masonry walls Timber - Timber joints – Floors

Doors & Windows in interior design:

  • Teakwood, Steel, Aluminum
  • Study of different types of doors like sliding, folding, collapsible, rolling shutters, etc.
  • Staircase - Different types, Paneling - Paneling & Cladding to walls Mezzanine - Mezzanine & lofts in Steel, R.C.C. & Timber.

Drawing in interior design:

  • Different types of Scales i.e. British & Metric.
  • Scales of drawing related to space & furniture’s.
  • Solid Geometry Lettering.
  • Orthographic Projection - Drawing plans, elevation & sections.
  • Isometric views & Axonometric Views/Projection.

Perspectives in interior design:

  • Techniques and methods of perspective drawing parallel and Angular perspective related to Interiors.
  • Rendering of Perspectives.

Working Drawing (Detailing) in interior design:

  • Partition, Fixed Furniture, Electrical, Air-Condition.
  • False Ceiling, Plumbing, Wall Unit, Wardrobes.
  • Kitchen Platform, Upholstered Furniture’s like Sofa Sets, Chairs, etc

Elements Of Design in interior design:

  • Line, Form, Texture, Light, Space, Pattern, Color.
  • Principles of Design: Balance, Harmony, Preparation, Rhythm, Emphasis, Color

Anthropometric Data in interior design:

  • Human measurement related to furniture

Interior Landscaping in interior design:

  • Plants, Elements, Terrace, GardenHuman measurement related to furniture

Specialized Services in interior design:

  • Fire Fighting
  • Intercommunications System
  • Telex System
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • AutoCAD in interior design
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