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Interior Designing is a profession concerned with the planning, inspection, research, management, execution and construction of a design at a specific location. It is an art and science that illuminates the interior of a structure to deliver an aesthetic, healthy, and comfortable environment for people to enjoy their time. The seven elements of Interior Designing are colour, form, light, line, pattern, texture, and space.

An Interior Designer has to come up with plans, research, coordination, and management of the project. They usually work closely with architects, civil engineers, mechanical engineers, and construction labourers, to understand how to utilise spaces, as well as how to implement blueprint plans, with the best possible approach.

Interior designers are expected to possess specific skills that are equivalent to the majority of the job roles in this field of work. Having a sense of creativity and artistic style for the development and enhancement of designs to satisfy the wants of clients is significantly a big skill requirement of every designer. Interior designers must be precise in a lot of details especially when taking and calculating measurements as well as when creating drawings and blueprints. They must be able to improvise and address challenges that may arise unexpectedly during a project. They also need to possess a sense of visualization to understand how a design can work in a certain environment. Not only is having an impressive and effective set of skills important for designers but they also require a lot of communication skills to improve their reputation, increase potential collaborations, and also solicited new clients to grow as an individual or even a business.

Interior Designing courses are both creative and technical in nature. They teach students about colour schemes, space management, fabric knowledge, virtual designing and design trends. They also allow students to acquire a wide range of skills that are valued by a variety of employers. They include research, presentation, communication and organizational expertise, creative thinking, and teamwork.


Study levels:

The study levels at which a course in Interior Design is offered includes:

Advanced Diploma in Interior Design
Diploma in Interior Design
Diploma in Professional Interior Design
Graduate Diploma in Interior Design (GradDip)
Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Bachelor of Design (B.Des)
Bachelor of Interior Design
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Design (M.Des)
Master of Interior Design
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Postgraduate Diploma in Interior Design (PGDip)


The specialisation subjects that students in the field of Interior Designing can choose from are:

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Accessory Designing
Art and Craft Renovation and Decoration
Bathroom Designing
Colour Specialist
Commercial Interior Designing
Corporate Interior Designing
Cultural Designing
Exhibition Designing
Feng-shui Interior Designing
Furniture Designing

Global Designing
Green interior Designing
Healthcare Facilities Designing
Historic Conservation & Restoration Designing
Interior Landscape
Kitchen Designing
Lighting Designing
Living Spaces Designing
Residential Designing
Restaurant Designing
Sustainable Designing
Universal Designing



The employment options for graduates of Interior Designing are:

Architectural Technologist
Estate Manager
Exhibition Designer
Furniture Designer


    Graphic Designer
    Interior And Spatial Designer
    Kitchen Designer
    Lighting Designer
    Marketing For Interior Designing


    Product Designer
    Production Designer
    Textile Designer
    Visual Merchandiser
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