Diploma in Interior Design

Interior Design Diploma

One Year Short Term Course in Interior Design.

DURATION:
1 Year
ID:
DIp-ID

Address

CREO Valley, Bangalore   View map

Categories

Diploma , One Year , Short Term

The course is designed to provide practical training into the technical aspects of Interior Design.

Outline for Interior Design course Objectives

  • To enable students to use AutoCAD for designing, rendering 2d, rendering 3d drawings & drawing layouts.
  • To familiarize the student with interior space planning, right from the design brief to the final design proposal stage of a project.
  • To introduce the student to basic principles of design & visual representation techniques, enabling them to produce concept sketches, measured drawings & 3d drawings of their design.

Certification: Students successfully completing the academic requirements of the course would be awarded a Diploma (One Year) from Bharathiar University (those who enroll — subject to University Terms and Conditions. Rest of the students would be awarded a Professional Diploma Certificate from CREO Valley. CREO Valley is recognized by QAI (UK), FEDE (Paris) and Bharathiar University (under CPP Program) to offer Degree and Diploma courses in the field of Creativity, Design & Management.

 

Course Structure

Semester 1

Practical:

  • Measured Drawing of class room ­ Plan, Elevation, Sections – Show furniture
  • Measured Drawing of class room furniture – plan, elevation, section & Isometric view
  • Chairs, table, desks etc
  • Module 1: Basics of Design (24 hours) – Theory + Practical Elements of Design
    • Principles of Design
    • Colour theory and Colour schemes
  • Module 2: Drafting for Interior Designers (60 hours) – Theory + Practical
    • Lines, lettering, dimensions & scales
    • Orthogonal projections – Geometric Solid projections & conic sections
    • Orthogonal projections – Plan, Elevation & Sections
    • 3D­ Isometric, Axonometric projections & perspectives – 1 point & 2 point
    • Rendering techniques­ materials, humans, landscape & sciography
    • Formats & standard conventions in Interior drawings – Typical wall sections & material representation.
  • Module 3: Interior Space components & furnishing (36 hours) – Theory
    • Interior space components
    • Walls, partitions & panels
    • Floors, Mezzanine floors
    • Ceilings & false / suspended ceilings
    • Openings – Doors & Window types
    • Stair types
    • Ergonomics & Circulation
    • Anthropometrics & furniture standards
    • Brief on Period furniture & Modern furniture styles
  • Module 4: Interior Space Planning (24 hours) – Theory
    • Planning with respect to physical, social & psychological needs
    • Design process: Design brief + Data collection & analysis + Design alternatives + Design presentation
    • Residence : Planning with grids, zoning, circulation & furniture layouts
    • Living, dinning, bedrooms & study
    • Modular Kitchens & bathroom designs
    • Restaurants & Bar : Planning with grids, zoning, circulation & furniture layouts
  • Module 5: Building Services (16 hours) – Theory
    • Lighting, lighting fixtures & Electrical layouts.
    • Plumbing & bathroom/kitchen fixtures.
    • HVAC (natural Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning)
  • Project 1: (80 hours)
    • Design a residence with a living, dinning, kitchen, 2 bedrooms & attached bathrooms.
    • Planning & Decor based on a concept.
    • Basic circulation & functional needs have to be addressed – entry, exits & furniture
    • 1. layout
    • Basic lighting, electrical & plumbing layouts

Semester 2

  • Module 6: Introduction to Auto CAD (60 hours) – Theory + Practical
    • 2D drawings & layouts –
    • Workspace, user interface & basic tools (drawing, editing & viewing tools)
    • Drawing objects, layers, blocks & line weights
    • Text, Annotations, hatching & dimensions
    • Plotting, file types, formatting & view ports
    • Xrefs
    • 3D (Using Sketchup or Auto CAD): Introduction to 3D
    • Creating solid models
    • Rendering
  • Module 7: Building Materials & construction (52 hours) – Theory
    • Materials & finishes ­ application on walls, floors, ceilings & openings
    • Stone, clay & brick Masonry
    • Wood & wood products & carpentry joints
    • Concrete
    • Steel & metal alloys
    • Glass & related products
    • Plastics & plastic by products
    • Finishing & cladding materials­ Plaster, Paints & varnishes, Adhesives,
    • Gypsum board, Ceramic tiles
    • Fabric & upholstery
    • Estimation & Specifications for Interior projects
  • Module 8: Office Design (24 hours) ­ Theory
    • Office / work station types & space planning
    • Office furniture – partitions, work space table, chair, filing cabinets &
    • storage units
    • Lighting, Air conditioning & equipment
  • Project 2: (40 hours):
    • Design an office space – Areas & design brief will be provided
  • Module 9: Retail Design (24 hours) ­Theory
    • Store types & planning
    • Retail furniture – Storage & display units
    • Lighting, Air conditioning requirements
  • Project 3: (40 hours)
    • Design a show room – Areas & design brief will be provided

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