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Interior Design & Technology

The interior designer combines the techniques in the interpretation of current trends through an intuitive and sensorial approach to a project.

The aim of the course in interior design is to generate professional figures that are able to apply skills in interpreting and developing projects in the different specialist areas of interiors: residential, projects in retail design, public spaces and exhibition design. The course provides participants with the technical knowledge and understanding to resolve aspects in the construction of spaces, the methodologies to develop a concept proposal through to its correct representation. The approach of the course is creative, artistic, and intuitive as well as technical in design. The interior designers through the research and analysis of the changes in the contemporary way we live, plans a space that creates a style story, where the use of color and light helps to evoke a seductive mood.

At INSD the students study the elements and principles of design, the history, theory and philosophy, and the sociological and psychological aspects of space provided for the groundwork of all good interior design. They lead to in depth study of the technical, graphic, design process and studio techniques required to solve the design problems of today's complex interiors. General design principles are applied to specific interiors including restaurants, hotels, houses, offices, places of entertainment, shops and more. Combining your artistic sense with a technical proficiency, students will develop a firm foundation in color and position, drafting, drawing and critical thinking.

Career Paths:

  • Commercial interior designer
  • Residential interior designer
  • Institutional interior designer
  • Exhibition designer furniture designer
  • Design consultant
  • Lighting designer
  • Cad designer
  • Freelancer designer

Programmes Offered: Bachelors, Masters and Diploma Programmes (In Technical Collaboration with SVU, UGC recognised university)

UG: Bachelors Programmes - B.Design- 4 years & Bachelors - 3 years ( Eligibility : 10+2 )

Year One

  • 1st Semester - 20 Credits
  • Basics of Drafting
  • Basics of Graphics
  • Introduction of Interior designing
  • History of architecture
  • Basics of furniture designing
  • Market survey & Building construction
  • 2nd Semester - 24 Credits
  • Application of Drafting
  • Application of colors
  • Principle of Interior designing
  • History of architecture
  • Glossary of furniture
  • Building construction
  • Grooming & communication skills

Year Two

  • 3rd Semester - 20 Credits
  • Building technology
  • Life space planning and interior designing
  • Design graphics & display
  • History of architecture
  • Furniture & furnishings
  • Portfolio development
  • 4th Semester - 20 Credits
  • Building services & estimation
  • Urban space planning
  • Elements of Interior designing
  • Theory of architecture
  • Significance of Furniture
  • Market Dynamics
  • Project work

Year Three

  • 5th Semester - 22 Credits
  • Interior and exterior treatments
  • Furniture, furnishings and fittings
  • Art and graphics in interior designing
  • Entrepreneurship development
  • Computer aided design
  • Building construction - Part 3
  • Interior designing projects - Part 1
  • 6th Semester - 30 Credits
  • Interior and exterior treatments
  • Furniture, furnishings and fittings
  • Art and graphics in interior designing
  • Entrepreneurship development
  • Computer aided design
  • Building construction - Part 3
  • Interior designing projects - Part 1

Year Four

  • 7th Semester - 24 Credits
  • Industry Projects
  • Enterprenuership
  • 8th Semester - 20 Credits
  • Internship & On the Job Training
  • Market Dynamics

PG: Masters Progammes - M.Design & MBA ( Eligibility : Graduate )

Year One

  • 1st Semester - 20 credits
  • Basics of drafting
  • Basics of graphics
  • Introduction of interior designing
  • Market survey & building construction
  • Basic of furniture designing
  • History of architecture
  • 2nd Semester - 20 credits
  • Application of drafting
  • Application of colors
  • Principle of interior designing
  • Building construction
  • Glossary of furniture
  • History of architecture

Year Two

  • 3rd Semester - 20 Credits
  • Design graphic & display
  • Interior space planning
  • Building construction - part 3
  • Furniture & furnishings
  • History of architecture
  • Portfolio development
  • 4th Semester - 20 Credits
  • Application of color harmonies in interior & exterior
  • Principle of interior designing
  • Environmental studies in interior & exterior
  • Affiliation accessories & furniture design
  • Theory of architecture
  • Autocad (residential)
  • Market Dynamics

Advance Diploma - 2 years( Eligibility : 10+2)

Year One

  • 1st Semester - 20 Credits
  • Basics of Drafting
  • Basics of Graphics
  • Introduction of Interior designing
  • History of architecture
  • Basics of furniture designing
  • Market survey & Building construction
  • 2nd Semester - 24 Credits
  • Application of Drafting
  • Application of colors
  • Principle of Interior designing
  • History of architecture
  • Glossary of furniture
  • Building construction
  • Grooming & communication skills

Year Two

  • 3rd Semester - 20 Credits
  • Building technology
  • Life space planning and interior designing
  • Design graphics & display
  • History of architecture
  • Furniture & furnishings
  • Portfolio development
  • 4th Semester - 20 Credits
  • Building services & estimation
  • Urban space planning
  • Elements of Interior designing
  • Theory of architecture
  • Significance of Furniture
  • Market Dynamics
  • Project work

Diploma Interior Design & Technology- 1 Year( Eligibility : 10+2 )

Year One

  • 1st Semester - 20 Credits
  • Basics of drafting
  • Basics of graphics
  • Introduction of interior designing
  • Market survey & building construction
  • Basic of furniture designing
  • History of architecture
  • 2nd Semester - 20 Credits
  • Application of drafting
  • Application of colors
  • Principle of interior designing
  • Building construction
  • Glossary of furniture
  • History of architecture

Certificate Program - 6 months ( Eligibility 10th )

  • Basics of Drafting
  • Basics of Graphics
  • Introduction of Interior designing
  • History of architecture
  • Basics of furniture designing
  • Market survey & Building construction

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