Certificate Course in Interior Design
Three Months Course
Interior design is about more than just aesthetics. It’s about finding creative design solutions for interior environments while supporting the health, safety, and the well-being of occupants and enhancing their quality of life.
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Following a systematic and coordinated methodology including research, analysis, and integration of knowledge into the creative process, interior design is a multi-faceted profession whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to create an interior space which fulfils the project goals.
Qualified through a rigorous process of education, experience, and examination, IDI graduates are skilled in assisting clients to realize their goals, creating built environments which are both functional and aesthetically attractive.
Entry Requirements & Duration
10th & 12th Pass Students can take up this Interior Design diploma program which will be a one year tenure that will undergo a CIDA Accredited methodology in Interior Design that specialises students in the basics of furniture design, design principals & design styles.
What’s New !
Students will be introduced to Virtual Reality workshops, Manufacturing Industry visits that uplifts exposure to various materials & industry partners ( Lighting, Plywood, Tiles, Fabric, Modular kitchen ) along with software training in 3D modelling, 2D drawing & photo realistic rendering.
IDI also offers Hand drawing, Model Making, Creative Painting & Design and also Internship. The prime focus of this course will be on the Residential Projects.
Introduction to Interior Design and Decoration
What is interior design?, Interior Design History, Interior Design vs Interior Decoration?, Introduction to Elements of Design, Principles of Design, Workplace Design with Colour and Light, Developing a Colour Scheme.
Elements and Principles of Design
Elements of Design: Line, Pattern, Texture, Colour, Area, Shape, Form and Space.
Principles of Design: Discord and Variety, Harmony and Unity, Contrast and Emphasis, Rhythm, Repetition and Radiation, Proportion, Gradation and Alternation, Balance.
Functional and Decorative Use of Colour
Colour Planning: Function of the Area, Existing Furniture and Furnishings, the Style of Décor, Aspect and Natural Lighting, Spatial Relationships, Personal Taste, Colour Psychology, Floor Coverings, Window Treatments, Furniture.
Lighting Effects on Colour
Decorating With Light: Incandescent, Fluorescent, Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium, Mercury Vapour, Tungsten, Tungsten Halogen.
Planning a Harmonious Decorative Colour Scheme for a Client
Planning a Harmonious Decorative Scheme, The Process of Planning, the Beginning of Your Decoration Plan, Notes From Client Briefing, Results of the Client Briefing, Displaying or Presenting Your Proposal, Types of Visuals, Measured Survey, Schedule of Materials.
Light and Colour I
Introduction to the Science of Light and Colour, The Luminous Environment, The Nature of Colour
Light and Colour II
Colour and Emotion, Colour Preferences, Colour and Light, Optical Effects, Colour Schemes, Applying Colour.
Colonial, Country, Eclectic, Modern, Neo-Classical, Victorian, Other Decorating Styles
How to Design (Step by Step)
How to: Undertake Space Planning, Determining the Best Layout, Choose a Colour Scheme, Determine Flooring Requirements, Select Wall Treatments, Determine Lighting Requirements, Complete any Repairs or Renovations, Select Furnishings, Choose Window Coverings, Arrange the Furniture, Accessorize, Evaluate the Decorating
Building Systems and Components
Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical
Primary Interior Finish Materials: Concrete, Masonry, Stone, Metals, Wood, Plastic, Glass, Wall Board, Tile, Terrazzo, Acoustic Ceiling systems, Resilient Flooring, Carpet, Paint and Other Film-Applied Finishes, Wallcovering, Fabric and Textiles
Furniture, Window Treatment, Signage/Graphics, Accessories, Art, Plants
2 week period
Virtual Reality is the normal of the day, showing 3D walkthrough is becoming history and getting into the 3D space is the new reality, Movie Ready player one by Steven Spielberg shows the future is VR, at IDI we train you now
3 week Period
Now a days you can’t differentiate between real interior image and computer generated graphic image its because we use special software’s for photo realistic rendering, software Used by top 67 Architects in World, not just India
Self Learning Courses
Online Self Paced
American accreditation body has given the basic norms to be part of the Interior design curriculum in USA, we provide you the same methodology here at IDI, and this will assure you the best learning without any short comings
Mood board Creation
A mood board (or inspiration board) is a physical or digital collage of ideas that’s commonly used in fields like interior design, fashion, and graphic design
Free Hand Sketching
Freehand Drawing offers a comprehensive course for acquiring the essential architectural drawing skills. It covers from basic tools to final drawing and shows how to apply these to accurately render plans, elevations, and interior and exterior views
Furniture design is a specialized field where function and fashion collide. Many interior designers believe that pieces of furniture not only add function and practicality to a space but they also add style and personality
Master Digital design
IDI’s foremost vision is to “Go Digital” . With the emerging new technology IDI offers it’s students the catch for VR in Interior Design, Photo realistic rendering & advanced 3D softwares
Design Residential Spaces
At IDI you turn out to be a proffesional interior designer creating aesthetic and functional living spaces. When turning a house into a home, interior design can make all the difference
At IDI you get the hand on experience to deal with clients which is of prime importance to you as being a proffesional interior designer
Why Choose IDI ?
95% Placement Record
IDI assures 95 percentage placement assistance
IDI is the only institute in India to teach VR Interior Design
At IDI we teach American Council of Interior Design Accreditation Methodology