Introductory Course Interior Design and DecorationInterior design courses
Aims of the programme:
This four day course begins the exploration of interior design and decoration through a project – ‘A Singular Space’ in which students put together designs and proposals for an exhibition room-set. Learning is delivered through lectures, workshops, discussions and project work and students produce boards and visuals to illustrate their design and their choices of furniture and finishes.
Informal talks and workshops take students through the various ‘first steps’ in regards to design thinking. A design brief underpins the four days with students briefed to provide ideas for a sapce. Taking the brief and interpreting ideas in a visual format is at the heart of this short program culminating in open discussion of the presentations providing perhaps a first taste of design critique.
Lectures on colour, the evolution and stye and the design process will inform the approach to design augmented by workshops on pattern and texture, furniture placement and presentation.
- General course informationValidation
Tuesday 5 – Friday 8 MarchTimes
10am to 4pmStudent / Tutor Ratio
7 Eaton Gate, London, SW1W 9BACourse Director
Alan HughesCourse Administrator
- Subject Overview
To introduce creative skills relevant to Interior Design and Decoration
To introduce design thinking and an approach to a brief
To encourage experimentation with texture, colour and scale
To encourage self awareness and the skill to evaluate and discuss own work
To introduce presentation and the successful communication of an idea
- Entry Requirements
All teaching and lectures are conducted in English and the following criteria may be required if English is not your first language: IELTS 6.0 (with no individual element below 5.5).
- Tuition Fees
£790.00 inc. VAT
- Teaching Methods
Studio based with lectures, workshops and tutorials.Faculty
Interior DesignWork Experience
Not applicable to this course.Career Development
Ongoing consultation on portfolio and employment during and after the course, CV and exhibition preparation during the course.Further study
Successful graduates may be eligible for further study at academic levels 4, 5and 6.
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