#Interior Design – MAISON – OBJET ASIA

Analyzing key market trends and discovering the most innovative projects through lectures and workshops led by major personalities in their fields is the calling of the Interior Design Lifestyle SUMMIT .

From interior design to retail, from design trends to work by designers with an original vision, the Interior Design Lifestyle SUMMIT is a unique opportunity to understand and decipher home-related trends and topics.

  • Best of interior design

Both interior designer and client (hotel, restaurant, shop…) will present some of the most striking and exemplary achievements in Asian interior architecture.

  • Trends prospective

    Reviewing the industry’s newest developments and orientations, presented by trend forecasting agencies.

  • Best of retail

    Innovative concept stores, “home” or “lifestyle” sections within department stores… Trendy and atypical places presented by their founder, who will share the philosophy and originality inherent to each project.

  • Panel discussions

    A real debate generator, panel discussions will induce dialogues between a manufacturer and a designer about the story and results of their collaboration, a gourmet focus and a debate on the place of art in hospitality.

  • Keynote speech

    Influential personalities belonging to the MAISON OBJET sphere will share their vision, speak about their inspirations and latest projects.

  • SINGAPORE JUBILEE AT MAISON OBJET ASIA. A DEDICATED DAY

    To celebrate both Singapore s 50th anniversary and 50 years of an enduring friendship between France and Singapore, MAISON OBJET ASIA will dedicate a series of conferences and talks on Friday 13th March to the milestones that led Singapore to establish itself as an internationally acclaimed nation of design.

SUMMIT program day by day

Furniture on stage provided by Stellar Works


#Interior Design – Browse Courses – Study London

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Architecture

Royal College of Art

Architectural Research sets out to humanise the practices, theories and meanings of architectural design. It develops new knowledge and understanding of architecture in relation to its aesthetic, socio-cultural and political dimensions. More details

Architecture and Interior Design

The extended degree route provides an intensive preparatory or �Foundation� year prior to progression onto the BA Architecture (RIBA Part 1) or BA Interior Architecture and Design at The Cass. This. More details

Interior and Spatial Design

BA Interior and Spatial Design at Chelsea College of Arts develops students skills in designing, creating and conceptualising new spatial situations. This course prepares our students for a wide variety of. More details

Interior and Spatial Design

This programme explores conceptual spatial concerns and notions of how we inhabit space in an area of study that is distinct from but still complementary to architecture. Students can expect: to. More details


#Interior Design – Decorating

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From designing / decorating single rooms all the way to full house renovations, Catherine has completed projects throughout the Riverina area as well as Melbourne, Sydney and Tasmania. Catherine is able to travel anywhere in Australia and brings with her over 13 years of professional interior design and decorating experience.

Catherine is employed for a variety of reasons including;

  • Finding pieces for new and existing designs
  • Refreshing an existing design
  • Completing an unfinished design
  • Introducing new inspiration
  • Guidance when clients feel overwhelmed
  • Expert consulting

Catherine’s experience doesn’t stop at interior design for homes, she also designs and decorates business reception areas, foyers, meeting rooms, as well as shop window displays to whole stores and even garden areas.

To discuss your design ideas or decorating requirements give Catherine a call on (03)  9521 6553  or


#Interior Design – D – cor for Log Homes, Hybrid Log Homes, Luxury Log Homes, Log Cabins – Timber-Frame Homes – Wisconsin Log Homes

Professional and personalized services to keep your project organized and bring you fresh and creative design ideas.

With so many choices available to you when designing and building your log, timber frame, or hybrid home, it is sometimes overwhelming for homeowners to make comfortable decisions and stay on top of the building process. Unique to the industry, Wisconsin Log Homes offers in-house interior design and d cor services from one of the top designers in the industry.

Working with clients from the preliminary planning stage, our interior designer is able to assist with exterior finish selections like stain, window cladding, hardware, and roof colors. In addition to coordinating exterior home components, Wisconsin Log Homes’ interior designer will generate a furniture layout customized to your floor plan to give you a better sense of proportion, and to make sure each room will live up to your expectations before final construction drawings.

Our Interior Designer is also available to guide you through the many opportunities available in the worlds of furniture, lighting, fabrics, paint, stain, cabinetry, hardware, accessories, flooring, original art, custom mantels, stairway systems, and more if desired. We can help design that dream kitchen, unique fireplace, or custom staircase.

With so many resources available to Wisconsin Log Homes, your custom design options are infinite. Your visions and our exemplary service will combine to create a unique, tasteful expression of style, function and balance throughout your home.

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#Interior Design – Mississippi State University

Director: Beth R. Miller

Office: 125 Etheredge Hall

The Interior Design Program offers students the opportunity to develop an ability to identify, analyze, and create solutions using critical thinking and spatial comprehension in solving design problems in the built environment. The program prepares future professional designers to enhance the function and quality of interior spaces for the purpose of improving the quality of life, increasing productivity, and protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the public as well as protecting the environment. Practical studio experience builds competency in design theory; the specification of interior materials and finishes; lighting, barrier-free, and computer-aided design; building and life safety codes; historical interiors; professional practices; interior construction and furniture design; space planning and programming; and graphic and verbal communication skills.

Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science in Interior Design degree program is fully accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation.

Curriculum Progression and Portfolio Review

All students are required to obtain a grade of C or better for all major core courses. Students who obtain a D or an F must retake the course. Only two retakes of any course are allowed.

2nd year Portfolio Review:  Each student is required to participate in a portfolio review between the second and third year to determine a student’s admission to upper level courses. The 2nd year portfolio review will consist of original work (a minimum of two projects per class) from the first two years of ID foundation courses.

Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher and a 2.5 in the Interior Design major core. Students failing to pass the review will not be allowed to enter ID 3614 Interior Design Studio III or ID 3663 Color and Lighting for Interiors. Students will have two opportunities for portfolio submission.

Senior Portfolio and Exhibit: Each senior is required to submit a professional portfolio for faculty review and provide work for a senior exhibit in the spring of their senior year.

Internships

All Interior Design majors are required to complete an internship the summer following either their Junior or Senior year. The internship offers employment experiences through a wide range of projects in the design field. Many ID students are placed in interior design and architecture firms across the United States.

Financial Requirements

Costs for an interior design education are somewhat higher than other disciplines. In addition to standard costs of fees, tuition, room and board, books, field trips, etc. an interior design student must buy required drawing equipment and materials for drawings and models during the school year. A student should budget for at least $300 per semester for these extra costs.

Due to the technological aspect of the profession, each student is required to purchase a computer prior to the fall of their first year in the program. Computer requirements are available on the website: www.caad.msstate.edu/caad_web/id/home .

Field Trips

Field trips are an important part of the curriculum. The observations and experiences from field trips cannot be replaced by library research or reports. Because field trips are a vital part of the design education experience, the cost is an additional charge to their student account to ensure that all students are able to take part in these essential learning opportunities.


#Interior Design – Programs – Ryerson University

Program Format(s):

  • Full-Time, Four-Year

Degree Earned. Bachelor of Interior Design

Domestic Fees Range: $6,814 – $7,561

International Fees Range: $22,149.64 – $23,012.65

About the Program. The best spaces are both practical and beautiful, and interior designers excel at striking the right balance between both qualities to optimize where we live, work and play. Ryerson graduates in this innovative field use their expertise and creativity to improve the technological, aesthetic, ideological, environmental, cultural and social dimensions of built environments. These talented professionals play a role in enhancing almost every imaginable interior setting—from corporate offices and shopping centres to restaurants, hotels, hospitals and residences. Practitioners influence everything from interior architectural development, to colours and finishes, to lighting and textures, always with the ultimate goal of creating a perfect marriage between form and function.

This is a Grades-Plus program. In addition to the academic requirements listed below, this program selects students on the basis of grades PLUS non-academic requirements .

Thinking of applying? Make sure the program is still accepting applications .


#Tuscan Interior Design Ideas

Tuscan style furnishings are about being comfortable while stimulating the visual senses.

Scale

Scale is important in Tuscan design. The size and scale of features such as fireplaces, windows and doors should be in keeping with the size of the room and height of the ceiling. Furniture should fit easily into the room in a way that creates balance and harmony. Nothing should stand out as being too large or too small for the space.

Furniture

Traditional Tuscan-style furniture ranges from simple to elaborate. It is customarily fashioned from iron, rustic woods or fine hardwoods and often includes accents of copper, leather or marble. Tuscan furniture is full of style detail but created for warmth and comfort.

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  • #Interior Design – Sacramento State Catalog

    College of Arts and Letters

    PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

    The Interior Design Program at California State University, Sacramento has a regional reputation as a leading design school, and is (see Special Features) recognized as a nationally accredited program. The four year program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design and offers two concentrations: Interior Architecture and Interior Design Marketing.

    The Interior Design Program provides students with the technical, creative, and critical thinking skills needed to enter the Interior Design profession. The breadth of courses in the program reflects the importance of both a liberal arts background and professional preparation in the design field. Courses encompass the study of design history and theory, aesthetics, graphics, lighting, space planning, computer-aided design, interior construction, and professional practice. The Interior Design curriculum provides comprehensive coverage in all the major areas of training, including concept development, design, communication, presentation, construction, and professional services. Many of the course assignments are based on actual design projects. Guest lecturers and professional panel critiques and discussions as well as building tours of outstanding projects are all important parts of the curriculum. Community service projects also help to maintain a strong connection to the community and profession.

    Three full-time faculty and several practicing professional architects and interior designers teach in the Interior Design Program. Faculty have expertise in architecture, design history, residential and commercial interiors, lighting, space planning, and computer-aided design. Since part-time faculty are drawn from the profession and include licensed architects, and certified interior designers, students receive firsthand exposure to professional practice methods and techniques. The high level of teaching, coupled with a structured internship experience, prepares California State University, Sacramento students for successful careers in the design profession.

    Students have an opportunity to travel with faculty to Italy during the summer to study design as a part of the advanced history option. Another outstanding feature of the Interior Design program is the senior internship program with well over 100 businesses and government agencies as active sponsors. Many students gain employment as a direct result of their internship placement.

    The Interior Design major at California State University, Sacramento is one of the most highly sought after programs in Northern California and is designated as an impacted program. Students entering the program are initially classified as Pre-Interior Design Majors. After completing the required lower division prerequisites, students may apply for admission to the upper division program by declaring their concentration in either Interior Architecture or Interior Design Marketing. Admission to the Interior Architecture concentration is limited and controlled by an annual portfolio review. Students interested in this concentration must submit a supplementary application including a portfolio of work. Interior Architecture concentration applicants will be ranked based on cumulative GPA and the results of the juried portfolio review held each Spring. Transfer students must speak with an interior design advisor upon acceptance to the California State University, Sacramento to determine placement within the major.

    Students that have been accepted to the Interior Design program, within the Department of Design are required to own a laptop computer and the appropriate software for upper division courses. Upon beginning upper division coursework this requirement must be met. Before purchasing please consult your major advisor or the Department office for specific minimum requirements for the laptop computer and software.

    Special Features

    • The Interior Design program is accredited by the Council of Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA formerly FIDER) and by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). The four-year major leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design.
    • Sacramento State Interior Design students have been award winners in numerous design competitions.
    • Students are often involved in community design projects as well as projects on our growing campus.
    • The Interior Design program at Sacramento State has an active student club (PRINTS) representing the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the International Interior Design Association (IIDA). Monthly meetings feature guest speakers from the professional community and include workshops and field trip events.
    • A summer travel study program to Italy offers students an opportunity to learn about European design and architecture.
    • The internship program places students in professional organizations ranging from architecture and interior design firms to furniture companies, corporations, and government agencies.
    • California State University, Sacramento, located in the state capital, is less than 100 miles from the San Francisco Bay Area. This location offers a wealth of professional employment opportunities. Graduates from our program at California State University, Sacramento have secured positions in architectural firms, interior design firms, government agencies, private corporations, furniture manufacturing companies, and design showrooms.

    UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

    Requirements – Bachelor of Arts Degree


    #Interior Design – SFCC Career

    Faculty Bios

    Philosophy

    Great design is about beauty, honesty, sincerity and enriching people s lives. Spokane Falls Community College Interior Design Program promotes a vision for designed environments that support the highest level of human well-being and achievement in all aspects of life and work.

    Mission Statement

    Our mission is to provide students of interior design with the education, skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the creative practice of interior design. We are committed to pursue design excellence by educating students to emphasize innovation in comprehensive design solutions which capture the human spirit.

    Critical skills in creative thinking, and analyzing and solving problems will enable students to pursue a professional career with a sound foundation. They will be competent to adapt to social change and advancing technology, as well as meet the current and future challenges of interior design.

    Commercial and residential interior design studios, department stores, furniture stores, specialty design firms such as kitchen and bath and other related design businesses are fields which provide employment opportunities. Students earning a Professional Diploma will have a broader range of career options, including architectural and commercial design firms. As a result of the internship course required in the third year, students obtain experience in the design field. This internship provides a stepping stone for career advancement.

    What does an interior designer do?

    The human environment and your experience of life is greatly influenced by the design of spaces in which you live and work. Good design is more than a question of good taste and appearance.

    Interior designers help us create and define our living, working, and playing environments. They improve our quality of life by designing spaces that not only look good, but help people be more productive, healthy, efficient and safe. They design homes, offices, schools, hospitals, stores, museums and more.

    Where would I work?

    A professional diploma qualifies you for the broadest range of design jobs. Entry-level job opportunities exist at commercial and residential interior design studios, furniture stores, specialty design shops, and architectural firms. After gaining experience in the field, you also have the option to start a business of your own. Graduates of the program often choose to specialize in either residential design, which includes houses, apartments, and condominiums, or they can specialize in commercial design, which includes offices, restaurants, hotels, health-related facilities, retail stores, schools, museums, theaters and transportation facilities.

    Other specialties include lighting design, color consultation, illustration, space planning, facility management and historic preservation. In any case designers are frequently away from their offices meeting with clients, contractors, and suppliers or they are supervising at a construction site.

    How much can I expect to earn?

    Earning potential in the design field varies with experience, work location, and area of specialization. Interior designers work for a professional fee based on an hourly rate, on commission, or monthly salary. Starting salaries vary widely. As a rule, large cities offer more opportunities and higher salaries or fees.