Introduction to Interior Design Part 1

London College of Fashion

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London College of Fashion

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Who should attend

This course is ideal for those who are interested in Interior Design but are new to the subject. Or maybe you are hoping to make the first steps at changing your career and becoming a professional interior designer.

About the course

Join Introduction to Interior Design and gain the practical skills and knowledge to create a design for a domestic space. Through workshops you will develop your design awareness and learn the fundamentals of planning an interior design scheme.

You will be introduced to three-dimensional thinking and analysis as you begin to plan and stylise a residential interior space. There will be an emphasis on developing your practical design skills as you learn how to produce scale drawings, mood boards and sample boards. In addition, you'll find out where to source materials and how to create that designer look.

With a wealth of unrivalled experience and expertise, our tutors will provide vital insights into the realities of the interior design world.

Please note that this course requires dedication; students should therefore allocate time to work on their projects in their own time.

Topics covered

  • Overview of the design process
  • Client’s brief - ask the right questions, manage expectations
  • Constraints and limitations: constructive, mechanical and electrical, fire regulations and access
  • Effective communication with trades - drawings and document packages, industry standards
  • Project management
  • Practical examples

Topics covered

  • Client brief
  • Concept boards
  • Scale drawing at scale 1:20
  • Scaled plans and elevations
  • Hard finishes
  • Rendering techniques
  • Sample boards
  • Presentation methods for mounting work
  • Presenting work to a client

Experts

Charlotte Vandersleyen

Having worked for others for the last 10 years, Charlotte gained experience in a number of fields: from Urban design to Architecture and interiors, both in the commercial (offices, restaurants, shops) and high end residential sectors (large developments to single dwellings). She designed numerous...

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