Professional Program in Interior Design aims to give you the skills and self-confidence you need to pursue a satisfying career in this industry whether it is working with a design firm or starting your own interior design business. We will help you develop your creativity, and show you how to use colour, texture, fabric, style, furnishings, accessories and lighting in a way that reflects your own personal taste and that of your clients.
Professional program in Interior Design is meant for students looking to start a career in interior design. This 175 hours-seven months program will help you conceptualize and execute a complete interior design project from end to end. You will learn concepts of design, like mood, function, harmony and design process. Learners will learn about planning different types of interiors including residential and office spaces, retail spaces and spaces and hospitality. This is a jam-packed, dynamic program that goes beyond mere interior decoration, teaching you the fundamentals of professional interior design by planning interior layouts, designing soft-furnishings and communicating your ideas professionally to both clients and contractors. You will also learn how to present your ideas to clients and tips on how to get started in your own business.
Who Should Take-up This Course
This program is meant for students and professionals looking for a career in Interior Designing and related fields. Possible career options on completing the programs include Interior decorator, consultant, interior auditor, interior product designer, creative director, interior photographer, project designer, visualization specialist, or building information management (BIM) design etc.,
What are the prerequisites for taking this course
Candidates are eligible to apply for a course in interior designing if they have completed their Class 12 from a recognised board. Candidates pursuing interior design should be sharp-minded, punctual, proactive, creative as well as, technically sound.
KEY AREAS OF LERANING
Introduction to interior Architecture
Elements of Design.
Orthographic & Isographic Projection.
Sciography Shades & Shadow Objects.
Introduction to Building Materials.
Paints and Varnishes.
Ceiling Space & Walls.
Pipeline & Drainage System.
Natural lighting & Artificial Lighting.
Space Management & Fixtures.
Air-conditioning & Ventilation.
Protecting Against Fire / Termites.
Contract Formation & Estimation.
Building Regulations / Sanctions.
Basic Principles of Vastu.
AutoCAD for Interior Design:
Autodesk AutoCAD is computer-aided design (CAD) software that architects, engineers, construction professionals, and designers rely on to produce 2D drawings and documentation to create floor plans, elevations, and furniture layouts.
Getting Started with AutoCAD
Objects & Editing Tools
Drawing Organization & Commands
Working with Objects & Layouts
Annotating the Drawing
Dimensioning & Hatching Objects
Blocks & Tables
SketchUp for Interior Design:
Trimble SketchUp (formerly Google SketchUp) is an all-purpose 3D modeling tool. Covers the basics of creating 3D models before showing how to create space plans, model furniture, cabinetry, and accessories, experiment with colors and materials, incorporate manufacturers’ models into project plans, and create final presentations and animated walk-throughs
Introduction to Sketchup
Working with Tools
The Pencil and free hand tools
Drawing, Modelling, and Furnishing a Floor Plan
Interiors Vs Exteriors
Modelling a Two-Story House
Painting with Colors, Textures, and Photo-Matching
Enhancing and Presenting the Model Annotate the Model
Plugins and layout
PhotoShop for interior design
Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard for digital image work. Its powerful editing capabilities allow you to select detailed areas in your drawings and add colour, texture and pattern. From simply resizing to manipulation, Photoshop can transform your work. The extensive range of design tools will help you to express your creative concepts with ease
Introduction to Photoshop
Overview with Panels and Work-space
Working with Layers
Photos Retouching Process
Working with tools
Filters, Styles and Effects
Types of Gradient
Image Editing Techniques
3D Object Manipulation
Lighting and rendering a 3D scene
V-Ray for interior design
V-Ray is a powerful third party rendering engine which is used in almost all the computer graphics Technique. This particular rendering engine has the ability to give the most Photo realistic rendering output. You will be learning about the V-ray rendering engines and how the 3D scene reacts for each settings change. You will also be seeing how to set the light, material camera and the some of the V-Ray modifiers in order to get the photorealistic output.
VRAY for 3Ds Max
V-Ray rendering Engine
V-Ray image sampling
V-Ray Light Common setting
GI for Exterior and interior scenes
V-Ray Physical Camera
V-Ray Aerial Prospective
V-Ray Displacement Mod
V-Ray Render Elements
Gan Chart for Interior Design Project
Gan charts are used for planning and scheduling projects in project management. A gan chart is a horizontal bar chart that’s incredibly useful because it allows you to simplify complex projects into an easy-to-follow plan and track the status of tasks as work progresses. Gan charts also help you keep track of project deadlines, milestones, and hours worked, it gives a clear understanding to the client about how long each step of interior design construction works will take, which will allow avoiding misunderstandings and frustration
Starting the Process
Converting a simple bar chart into Gan Chart
Using the chart as a graphic in order application
Extending Gan Charting for Project Management
About the Macros
Controlling the project
3D Printing (Additive Manufacturing) in Interior Design
Additive manufacturing works by bringing the design of an object — its shape — into a computer model and then dividing that model into separate layers that are stacked to form the final object. The process reimagines a 3D object as a series of stackable layers that forms the finished object making miniatures. Instead of imagining something and trying to explain it to your clients, why not make it instead? A smaller version of the sculpture you plan to place in their living room goes a long way in showing them how everything will e together, and you no longer have to rely on vague drawings and picture.
Introduction to 3D Printing
Brief history of Additive Manufacturing
Understanding the advantages of 3D Printing
Exploring types of 3D Printers
Applications of 3D printing
Software Interfacing and file format
Getting Started with slic3R
Revit for interior design
Autodesk Revit is widely known for its architectural drawing capabilities, but its features also lend themselves well to interior design projects. Aer using AutoCAD or Sketchup, The next upgrade to the latest Building Information Modeling software that all the major architecture firms and developers are using? Having a hard me getting off the AutoCAD dinosaur train? Want to save drawing me and use a program that coordinates your changes to populate instantly? By learning Revit for Interior Designers you can easily change all that.
Overview of the Revit User Interface
Quick Start: Small Office
Floor plans (First Floor)
Floor plans(Second and Third Floors)
VERTICAL – Stair by Sketch
Roof Design Options
Creating & Viewing Exterior Elevations
Sections and Details
Layouts Cabinets & Furniture.
Site & Rendering
Construction document Sheet
3ds Max for interior rendering
Autodesk 3ds Max provides professional interior designers and design studios industry leading 3D interior rendering tools that give them the power to bring their concepts to life.
Introduction to 3ds Max
Modeling using basic primitives
Arranging objects using utility tools
Modeling using parametric modifiers
Landscaping and modeling using Compound object
Construct using Architectural objects
Views- Lights and Cameras
Textures- Basic & Advance
Particle Systems & Forces
Importing other formats
Basics of Animation
Project Planning & Management control
Once the final design is approved, the execution or implementation phase marks the realisation of the design. Contractors’ bids are sought and the designer prepares a detailed schedule of works, Realization of these objectives requires systematic planning and careful implementation, To this effect, application of knowledge, skill, tools and techniques in the project environment. Project Planning is a unique process, consist of a set of coordinated and controlled activities with start and finish dates, undertaken to achieve an objective confirming to specific requirements, including the constraints of me cost and resource.
Introduction to Project Management
Project life cycle
Beginning a Project ( Meetings & Surveys)
Residential & Contract Surveys / Drawings