Diploma in Interior Design
& Space Management

from Bharathiar University

Diploma in Interior Design

Diploma in Interior Design
& Space Management

from Bharathiar University

Cindrebay’s Diploma in Interior Design & Space Management programme is packed with punch and created to take students on an exciting journey of spatial design. With topics ranging from basic design and visual arts, drafting for interior designers, interior space components and furnishing, building material and construction, interior services the course is very intensive and highly focussed.

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The studio sessions help students develop and perfect their technical skills (AutoCAD, 3DS Max Design, Photoshop, Revit Architecture, SketchUp with V - ray, and Lumion are some of the softwares included in the syllabus.) Along with these exposure to technologies like 3D Printing add value to the learning experience.

Duration

12 Months

Eligibility

10+2 with a minimum 50% aggregate marks

Intake

30 Students per batch

LOCATION Available

Bangalore, Coimbatore, Calicut, Kannur, Ernakulam (Kochi), Trivandrum, Thodupuzha, Nagpur, Malappuram, Thrissur, Kollam, Mangalore and Chennai

Curriculum

The programme has been especially crafted for those who may have done their degree in another field but are passionate about interior design. While the course isn’t as extensive as a graduate degree course (BSc Interior Design), it gives students a deep understanding of interior design. Unlike with degree students who have the luxury of time to complete their course, diploma students will have continuous classes with more action packed sessions and less holidays and vacations. Workshops, site visits and entrepreneurship training are an important part of the programme.

Unit 1: Theory of Interior Design

Theory

  • Introduction to Interior Design and Interior Decoration
  • Qualities and Role of a Good Interior Designer
  • Interior Design as a Career Option
  • Design and Types of Design
  • Different Styles of Interior Designs and Elements
  • Indian History of Interior Styles and Elements
  • Styles and Characteristics of Modern Indian Interiors

Unit 2: Fundamentals of Design

Theory + Practical

  • Introduction to Design
  • Elements of Interior Design and its Applications
  • Principles of Interior Design and its Application in Interiors
  • Colour Theory and Colour Schemes

Unit 1: Interior Graphics

Theory + Practical

  • Introduction to Draftmanship- Tools and Techniques
  • Importance of Technical Drawing
  • Basics in Drafting
  • Orthographic and Isometric Drawings
  • Perspective Views
  • Rendering Techniques

Unit 2: Anthropometry and Ergonomics

Theory + Practical

  • Anthropometric Study and its Need
  • Vitruvian Man Concept
  • Ergonomics
  • Basic Human Functions and their Implication for Space Requirements
  • Minimum and Optimum Areas for Various Function
  • Discovering Commercially Available Sizes of Furniture

Unit 3: Furniture, Furnishing and Furniture Design

Theory + Practical

  • Furniture and Types of Furniture
  • Styles of Furniture
  • Factors Influencing Furniture Design
  • Furniture Material
  • Furniture Design
  • Construction Features of Furniture
  • Upholstering Techniques
  • Joineries in Furniture
  • Furniture Polishes
  • Soft Furnishing

Unit 1: Space planning

Theory + Practical

  • Space Planning
  • Architectural Space - Interior and Exterior Spaces
  • Factors Affecting Space Planning
  • Spatial Qualities
  • Shaping Interior Space
  • Spatial Dimension
  • Types of Space
  • Spatial Transition
  • Universal Concepts Relating to How People Interact with their Environments
  • Spatial Relationships
  • Spatial Organisation
  • Circulation and Circulation Principles

Unit 2: Interior Design-Measured Drawing

Theory + Practical

  • Measured Drawing of a Room
  • Detailed Plan Drafting with Furniture Layout
  • Sectional Elevation Drawing
  • Isometric Drawings

Unit 1: Interior Building Materials

Theory

  • Natural and Synthetic Building Materials
  • Detailed Study of Materials
  • Applications in Interiors
  • Advantages and Disadvantages

Unit 2: Fundamentals of Interior Lighting

Theory

  • Natural and Artificial Lighting
  • Daylight Factor
  • Guidelines for Good Natural Lighting
  • Different Types of Lighting Arrangements
  • Variety of Lamps
  • Protection Devices
  • Calculation of Artificial Lighting Requirement
  • Economy in Lighting
  • Psychological Aspects of Lighting
  • Guidelines for Lighting Design

Unit 1: Services

Theory

  • Electrical Service
  • Water Supply and Plumbing Service
  • HVAC

Unit 2: Interior design- Working Drawing

Theory + Practical

  • Detailed Drawing and its Importance
  • Interior Detailing
  • Partition Wall Design and Detailing
  • False Ceiling Design and Detailing
    1. Function and Importance
    2. Installation and Finishing Procedure

Unit 3: Estimation in Interior Design

Theory

  • Purpose of Estimation
  • Types of Estimation
  • Estimation & costing

  • AutoCad 2D - 3D
  • 3D Printing
  • Sketchup with V - ray
  • Photoshop
  • Lumion
  • Revit Architecture
  • 3Ds Max

Practical

  • Minor Project- Time bound Design Tasks
  • Major Project- Residential Project/Commercial Project/Institutional Spaces
    1. Design Developing
    2. Interior Planning
    3. Interior Detailing and Visualization
    4. Material Specification and Estimating

Entrepreneurship Training & Placement Assistance

Last 1 month of Course to make them Industry ready

  • How to Brand yourself - create your own logo and Website
  • Projects Management and
  • Negotiation skills - Client Handling
  • Portfolio Creation
  • Marketing
  • Basic Banking and Finance Functions
  • Preparation client service agreement
  • Basic legal - contracts and agreements, guarantee, warranty

Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities Diploma in Interior Design

People want creativity in any kind of space they use. Having a designed space tells us about our life style and is a matter of status. There’s been a steep rise in professional opportunities for interior space 'artists'. Here are just a few avenues - working with established interior design or architecture firms, working as -

  • Interior and spatial designer
  • Interior decorator and planner
  • Space planning consultant
  • Decorator consultant
  • 3D visualizer
  • Furniture designer
  • Turnkey designer
  • Academician
  • Exhibition designer
  • Event designer
  • Production designer, theatre / TV / film
  • Visual merchandiser
  • Interior stylist
  • Artist / Blogger / Photographer
  • Furniture curator

Methodology

Cindrebay combines lectures, audio/visual presentations, studio sessions, workshops, assignments, case studies, and live projects.

Classroom projects

Classroom projects are done with a significant contribution from real - world industry

Proper attention

Proper attention on developing skills in Computer Aided Designing

Design skills

Design skills and cross-functional abilities like software and presentation skills are put into practice

Course duration

Course duration spans from 12 months (Diploma) to 3 years (Under graduate Degree Programme)

Real life project

Real life project works are a significant portion of the curriculum

Student Testimonial

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