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The program aims to develop the ability to conceptualize, plan, design, and detail functional and aesthetical interior spaces ranging from small residential spaces to large public & commercial spaces. It trains you to creatively interpret cultural contexts both local and global, while integrating technical aspects such as structural systems, materials and construction, electricals, mechanicals, etc.
The learning is project-based with options to explore both the complex functional, technical, planning aspects, as well as the softer artistic, aesthetic, thematic aspects of Interior Architecture and Design. The taught skill-set includes research, strategic decision making, 3-D ideation; free-hand sketching, diagrammatic and technical drawings; digital drawing, model making, and various presentation skills.
Interior Architecture Pathway – Shaping Spaces
The Interior Architecture pathway is a more technical and volumetric approach to space design, with an approach towards total spatial experiences. Students often start with raw spaces and develop the full palette of technical means to create habitats for a variety of users. There is a focus on space planning, electrical layouts, lighting strategies, and ventilation/air-conditioning systems to create functional and comfortable environments.
Graduates of this pathway often work in architecture firms and form the link between architecture and interior design. They also become in-house designers for corporates, retail, and hospitality chains. Adaptive reuse and renovation of existing architectural spaces forms a large portion of the work done by Interior Architects.
Interior Design Pathway – Aesthetics of Interiors
The Interior Design pathway focuses more on aesthetics and styles of interiors, with an approach toward themes, décor and styling, surface materials, finishes, furniture, and crafts. Students will explore design trends and movements and adapt them to user needs, with an emphasis on image and expression. Sourcing of materials and furnishings as well as leveraging local and regional crafts and artisanal work are also an important focus.
Graduates of this pathway often work with interior design firms, but also branch out into set design for film and television, exhibition design, events, as well as styling for photo shoots, window displays, and retail experiences.
Year 1-Visual Culture | Material Culture | Media Culture & Design Culture
Year 2-Basic Spatial Skills, Knowledge, & Methods
Characteristics of personal spaces | Basic materials and construction techniques | Socio-cultural impact on spatial design | Spatial representation: hand drawing, technical drawing, model-making (digital/physical)
Year 3-Specialised Learnings of Interior Design. Focuses on the relationship between the learner - industry and international scenario. Every student will undergo Live Project (cross disciplinary) and get international experience.
Characteristics of collective spaces | Advanced materials and construction systems | Global, interdisciplinary, and industry exposure | Advanced digital drawing and modelling | International Lab
Year 4-Every student will undergo Professional Practice and Final Project leading to final portfolio display.
Heritage interiors and socially relevant design | Independent thesis design project | Professional development, work-integrated learning | Making a professional portfolio; refining public speaking skills
Architecture and Interior Design Firms | Real Estate Developers & Builders | Hospitality, Entertainment, & Healthcare | Retail, Commercial, & Office Interiors | Heritage Interiors, Conservation, & Sustainability | Luxury & Lifestyle | Craft Sector - Textiles, Furniture, Accessories | Film & Television | Events & Exhibitions
Candidates should have passed Class XII from any recognized board. NATA scores accepted.
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