The course requires the practice to enhance the aesthetics of a space; the creativity and a holistic view of the way the users experience the space they inhabit; the functionality. These two integral components i.e. planning a space as per efficient functionality and incorporating the aesthetics creatively, then translates into the technical aspects the presentation of ideas in the form of Drawings, Sketches, Mood Boards, etc. and the practical construction details of implementing the Design on site. Thus, the course is designed to make students develop that sensitive eye towards the visual and technical Interior styles through various class exercises, seminars, site visits, case study visits and to help them understand the dynamics of Interior Design in Architecture.
This course is to familiarize the students with the practical aspects of Interior Spaces.
The visual language of design; colors, patterns, textures and fabrics is formulated to develop an aesthetically pleasing and thermally active indoor environment. The mitigative measures for making indoors adaptive to climate challenges the surface Treatments such as for Walls, Ceilings, Floors are emphasised .
The play of Materials & Finishes is an important technqiue for students of Interior Design studio that is exercised through various study qusetions and effective practical soluions • A detailed sense of furniture and fixtures for all types of products and furniture is laid down . This is sachieved with developing a skill in students to visualise the coirrect choice of furniture for display, storage or any other function . The other significant consideration for sub structuring the study format in this course include
Lighting styles and setting the mood • Allied services as per space • And Presentation skills from the Initial pencil sketch to the final detailed 3D images.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. The main objective is to expose student to the Philosophy of Interior Design, so that they would be able to learn how to see and what to look for when observing the world around with a creative eye.
2. To provide an insight and importance of Concept Design in Interior Spaces; How a tangible space can convey a story to its users, How a raw concept can be developed in a whole new space, out for adding to the inhabitants experience.
3. Tools to incorporate and translate the basic design elements in large scale Interior Projects i.e. Pharmacy, Restaurant etc.
4. To help students analyze the outset of a project and to make conceptual and strategic decisions to handle the set of problems emerges in a project.
5. It would provide opportunity to the students to polish their raw ideas by employing a framework to achieve desired end results.
6. To make them capable enough to take design decisions, to know what are the basic factors that do or may affect Interior Design Styles and Treatments.
7. To make them realize through various practices that how the choice of colors can create / destroy the mood of a setting.
8. The walls, floors and ceiling treatments that create an aesthetically pleasing Interior set up which supports the end usage of the space.
9. The objective is to understand how to apply the concepts of 3D design to a reality of a finished space.
10. The pinnacles of a great designs i.e. Choice of textures, lighting, furniture objects and colors.
THE FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERIOR DESIGN by Simon DodsWorth
DRAWING FOR INTERIOR DESIGN 2nd Edition by Drew Plunkett
THE INTERIOR DESIGN COURSE by Thames and Hudson
FURNITURE FOR INTERIOR DESIGN by Sam Booth and Drew Plunkett
Interior Graphic Standards 2nd Edition
Course code: (alwwadf)
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