Interior Design Excellence at CIDS Academy
Experience the art and science of interior design with CIDS Academy’s renowned programs. From spatial planning to color theory, our curriculum covers every aspect of interior design. Engage in hands-on projects that simulate real-world scenarios, ensuring you graduate with the practical skills needed to excel in the dynamic field of interior design.

Curriculum Details

Drawing skill, Colour Theory, Uses of Instruments, Basic Material, Furniture Design and Design Process

Principles of Interior Design, Elements of Interior Design, Drawing skill, Colour Theory, Interior Graphic, Furniture Design, Design Process, Interior Material, Basic Construction Technology for Interior Design, One Room Studio Apartment, Planning

Autocad software, Google Sketchup Software, Space planning, Building services, Vastu Shastra & Fengshui, Residential Bunglow Designing, Commercial Design, Restaurant Design and Landscape Design

6 Semesters that include all subjects above, and additionally cover subjects like: Contemporary English, Moduler Furniture design, Fundamental of space planning, Art & Architectural Design, History, Interactive Skill, Vastu shastra & Fengshui, Professional Practice, Estimating & Budgeting. Photoshop software, Envoirnment studies, Interior styling, Digital portfolio, Management, Personality development, Campus to Corporate Training and include Project work and Internship (Industry exposure)

FAQ -

Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior spaces of buildings to achieve a functional, aesthetically pleasing, and well-designed environment that meets the needs of the occupants.

An interior designer is responsible for planning, designing, and executing the interior spaces of residential, commercial, and public spaces. They consider factors like functionality, aesthetics, safety, and budget while selecting materials, colors, furniture, and decor.

 

To become an interior designer, you can pursue a degree or diploma in interior design or a related field. It’s also crucial to develop your creativity, spatial awareness, technical skills, and knowledge of design principles. Practical experience through internships or apprenticeships and building a strong portfolio are also beneficial.

Skills required for interior design include creativity, spatial awareness, knowledge of design software, sketching and visualization abilities, color theory, attention to detail, project management, and effective communication skills.

 

Interior design involves planning and designing the overall layout, functionality, and aesthetics of a space, including architectural elements. Interior decorating, on the other hand, focuses on the selection and arrangement of furniture, accessories, and decor to enhance the existing space

Career paths in interior design include working for interior design firms, architectural firms, or real estate developers, starting your own interior design business, specializing in residential or commercial design, or working as a design consultant or set designer.

Practical experience can be gained through internships, apprenticeships, volunteering for design projects, participating in design competitions, or working on personal design projects. Networking with professionals in the industry can also lead to valuable opportunities.

 

Interior designers use various software such as AutoCAD, SketchUp, 3D modeling software, and graphic design software like Adobe Photoshop to create floor plans, renderings, and presentations.

 

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