Interior Design (One Yr)

LISAA's unique approach to curriculum trains Designers capable of entering diverse sectors of the Interior and Product Design industry

DURATION:
One Year
ID:
DID

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LISAA School Of Design, Bangalore   View map

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Short Term

Outline for Interior Design course

Objectives

  • To enable students to use AutoCAD for designing, rendering 2d, rendering 3d drawings & drawing layouts.
  • To familiarize the student with interior space planning, right from the design brief to the final design proposal stage of a project.
  •  To introduce the student to basic principles of design & visual representation techniques, enabling them to produce concept sketches, measured drawings & 3d drawings of their design.

Semester 1

  • Practical:
    • Measured Drawing of class room ­ Plan, Elevation, Sections – Show furniture
    • Measured Drawing of class room furniture – plan, elevation, section & Isometric view
    • Chairs, table, desks etc
  • Module 2: Drafting for Interior Designers (60 hours) – Theory + Practical
    • Lines, lettering, dimensions & scales
    • Orthogonal projections – Geometric Solid projections & conic sections
    • Orthogonal projections – Plan, Elevation & Sections
    • 3D­ Isometric, Axonometric projections & perspectives – 1 point & 2 point
    • Rendering techniques­ materials, humans, landscape & sciography
    • Formats & standard conventions in Interior drawings – Typical wall sections & material
    • representation.
  • Module 1: Basics of Design (24 hours) – Theory + Practical
    • Elements of Design
    • Principles of Design
    • Colour theory and Colour schemes
  • Module 3: Interior Space components & furnishing (36 hours) – Theory
    • Interior space components
      • Walls, partitions & panels
      • Floors, Mezzanine floors
      • Ceilings & false / suspended ceilings
      • Openings – Doors & Window types
      • Stair types
    • Ergonomics & Circulation
      • Anthropometrics & furniture standards
      • Brief on Period furniture & Modern furniture styles
  • Module 4: Interior Space Planning (24 hours) – Theory
    • Planning with respect to physical, social & psychological needs
    • Design process: Design brief + Data collection & analysis + Design alternatives + Design presentation
    • Residence : Planning with grids, zoning, circulation & furniture layouts
      • Living, dinning, bedrooms & study
      • Modular Kitchens & bathroom designs
      • Restaurants & Bar : Planning with grids, zoning, circulation & furniture layouts
  • Module 5: Building Services (16 hours) – Theory
    • Lighting, lighting fixtures & Electrical layouts.
    • Plumbing & bathroom/kitchen fixtures.
    • HVAC (natural Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning)

Project 1: (80 hours)

  • Design a residence with a living, dinning, kitchen, 2 bedrooms & attached bathrooms.
  • Planning & Decor based on a concept.
  • Basic circulation & functional needs have to be addressed – entry, exits & furniture
  • 1. layout
    • Basic lighting, electrical & plumbing layouts

Semester 2

  • Module 6: Introduction to Auto CAD (60 hours) – Theory + Practical
    • 2D drawings & layouts –
      • Workspace, user interface & basic tools (drawing, editing & viewing tools)
      • Drawing objects, layers, blocks & line weights
      • Text, Annotations, hatching & dimensions
      • Plotting, file types, formatting & view ports
      • Xrefs
    • 3D (Using Sketchup or Auto CAD)
      • Introduction to 3D
      • Creating solid models
      • Rendering
  • Module 7: Building Materials & construction (52 hours) – Theory
    • Materials & finishes ­ application on walls, floors, ceilings & openings
      • Stone, clay & brick Masonry
      • Wood & wood products & carpentry joints
      • Concrete
      • Steel & metal alloys
      • Glass & related products
      • Plastics & plastic by products
      • Finishing & cladding materials­ Plaster, Paints & varnishes, Adhesives, Gypsum board, Ceramic tiles
      • Fabric & upholstery
    • Estimation & Specifications for Interior projects
  • Module 8: Office Design (24 hours) ­ Theory
    • Office / work station types & space planning
    • Office furniture – partitions, work space table, chair, filing cabinets & storage units
    • Lighting, Air conditioning & equipment

Project 2: (40 hours):

  • Design an office space – Areas & design brief will be provided

 

  • Module 9: Retail Design (24 hours)­Theory
    • Store types & planning
    • Retail furniture – Storage & display units
    • Lighting, Air conditioning requirements

Project 3: (40 hours)

  • Design a show room – Areas & design brief will be provided

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