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Interior Design Intensive

Interpret and develop specialist interior projects: residential, retail, public and exhibition.

The course

The course is aimed at students who are interested in interior design and who want to understand technical and constructional aspects of interior spaces, the methodologies of elaborating the concept of a project and its appropriate representation. The approach is creative, artistic and intuitive; it is not only technical. The fundamentals of the course are aimed at providing knowledge of various interior styles, the study of solutions in furnishing, the materials used and the various possibilities in fabrics; patterns, colours and shades. In the first part of the course the necessary basics will be introduced for the understanding and definition of the style of an interior design project. Project analysis of internal spaces will run parallel with the study of technical layout and graphic design. The programme favours an approach to the design concept of a project for the interior space in a private dwelling and the analysis of a fashion brand in the context of fashion and luxury.

After having acquired basic skills, participants will move on to study projects in commercial retail space, or leisure spaces (such as restaurants, bars and clubs) to apply the concept of a luxury brand. Particular attention will be put on analysing the various typologies in the representation of projects. During the course, a variety of seminars and lectures are foreseen, aimed at broadening knowledge presented by professionals (such as managers) in the sector.

The course will prepare students to join one of the specialist master s in interiors. These programmes are for those who seek careers in the design and planning of interior spaces and retail spaces such as flagship stores, showrooms, exhibition spaces. They interpret the public spaces of hotels, restaurants and of beauty farm with a technical design approach, capturing the client s vision of the space, with proposals that are in line with contemporary trends. Planning an interior space means creating a story of styles, moods, colour and light; one of research and analysis reflecting change in contemporary lifestyle living. The course is a precursor to attending a master s in the field of interior design where the student will be able to design and organize internal spaces in a variety of environments with specific skills in design and a strong aesthetic sense, able to deliver contemporary and forward-thinking solutions.

Opportunities

Participants to this course will become competent at working in interior design. They will be able to contribute to planning and organizing the design, distribution and decoration of interiors, which may be either living spaces or commercial spaces such as, for example, offices, hotels or shops. They must design spaces whilst referencing contemporary trends and style, simultaneously interpreting the practical needs and desires of clients and considering new design elements such as sound, lighting and well-being design.

Learning outcomes

On completion of the course in Intensive Interior Design, the student will be able to:

  • manage a sketchbook of research aimed at developing a project, import the necessary images for the presentation of a moodboard, colour charts, paper materials, project layout;
  • describe an interior design project through technical drawing in AutoCAD and sketch freehand perspectives of the design proposal;
  • interpret in concept boards the trend, mood and technical aspects of contemporary project work for residential spaces;
  • develop an interior design project, translating the DNA of a chosen brand into the retail outlet with innovative furnishings through appropriate design methodologies;
  • propose the mood and architectonic solutions for a selected public space, faithful to planning restrictions.

Course themes

  • visual language
  • design cultures and research
  • emotional design
  • definition of lifestyles

talent projects

Discover the creativity of the curricular projects realised by attendees of the undergraduate courses from the Istituto Marangoni Schools of Design.

Milano School of Design

combined programmes*

one-year courses + master s degrees (ma)** master s courses*** cycles de sp cialisation**

*Access to the combined programmes is subject to the possession of a university degree and to obtaining the one-year course certificate, according to the academic year and after approval by the admissions committee at the end of the one-year course.

**Students who successfully complete the programmes taught in English in Paris and London will be awarded a master s degree by Manchester Met (Manchester Metropolitan University-UK). Master s degrees include a 12-week work placement. 180 credit points must be earned in order for a master s degree to be awarded upon completion of the course. All candidates should meet specific requirements (please check the website www.mmu.ac.uk/international indicating your nationality and study level). For further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office at the chosen school.

***Students who successfully complete the programmes taught in Milano and Firenze will be awarded an Istituto Marangoni certificate.

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HDB interior design

HDB interior design services in Singapore has never been as customer-oriented as with BSD-Sign. HDB flats form the largest proportion of residential homes in Singapore. Boon Siew D’Sign has accumulated years of design and renovation experience for HDBs. Among other features, the company knows exactly how to relate with the needs of HDB home owners. This is also apparent regardless of the size of the project it is working on whether it is a 1 room HDB flat to a 5 room HDB executive home.
We will turn your HDB home into the perfect resting abode combining comfort and practicality. oozing class at the same time.

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Interior Design with Reclaimed Wood and Rustic Decor in Country Home Style

Reclaimed wood creates beautiful rustic decor and country home atmosphere. Old wood on a floor, ceiling or walls, and vintage furniture or pieces created of salvaged wood look striking and stylish, adding a natural feel to interior design and creating charming country home decor with unique accents.

Using reclaimed wood for modern interior design and redecorating your rooms in rustic style is stylish and eco friendly. Recycling old wood is good for the environment, and it gives a unique opportunity to be creative, blending modern interior design with structural elements and home furnishings in vintage style.

Using reclaimed wood for modern interior design or home redecorating means going green while creating a fresh modern look with old wood furniture and salvaged wood structural pieces. Recycled lumber means no trees need to be cut down. Using salvaged wood means modern interior design is eco friendly.

Using salvaged wood for modern interior design in country home style

Salvaged wood beams and dining table

Country home decorating style feels inviting, informal and relaxing. Salvaged wood pieces add unique details to modern interior design, and decor looks like in country home, original, pleasant, welcoming and creative. Salvaged wood furniture is one-of-a-kind, adding rustic vibe to home interiors. Reclaimed wood on the ceiling create a traditional atmosphere of welcoming and warm country home style.

Old wood is stronger than new wood. Old wood does not split, swell or warp like new wood does. Recycling old pieces benefits modern interior design and decorating in so many ways.

Old wood ceiling beams, stone and wooden walls, modern interior design

Interior design with salvaged wood ceiling beams, posts, wall and floor, furniture or decorative accessories make a strong statement, creating unique rooms. Using old wood for modern interior design and redecorating you rooms in country home style giving your home amazing and elegant, rustic and casual look.

Salvaged wood pieces, pallet wood and reclaimed wood from old barns, beams, log posts and timbers can be added to modern interior design and transform into great centerpieces for stunning and trendy country home decorating.

Salvaged wood kitchen island and wooden walls

Recycling old wood for rustic wood furniture and decor accessories just increases the effect, adding original and creative home decorations to your room decorating in country home style. Using salvaged wood for modern interior design and decorating is an excellent option for those who think green. Old wood creates the Wow effect and look surprising and stylish, offering custom interior design and charming country home decorating details.

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Christine Chen ’08, English and History of Art 151. Brown University, 2004

he Industrial Revolution had a dramatic impact on interior design in the Victorian Age, increasing the prosperity of the middle class and allowing them, along with other new opportunities, the chance to change the decoration and ornamentation of their homes. Some, unsure of how to best portray their new status and wealth, chose to use architecture and furnishings that had previously been used only by aristocracy and the upper class. In these homes, the owners crammed in as many pieces of furniture, fabrics, and knickknacks as possible, due to both an attempt to showcase new cultural interests, prosperity, and status, as well as the fashionable belief that bareness in a room was a sure sign of poor taste.

Color schemes in the period varied depending on the location of the home. For example, houses in the city were generally not painted with light colors, because of the prevailing pollution. Color choices were also limited by the availability of pigments; paints were mixed on location. Taking these two limiting factors into consideration, the color schemes of the era could be divided into two periods. In the first half, walls tended to be light, the exception being dining rooms and libraries. The second half saw the emergence of more vibrant, earthy colors like green and mahogany. The Grammar of Ornament. a handbook published in 1856 by architect and theorist of color and ornament Owen Jones. stated that it was aesthetically correct to use a complex patter of one main color and many supplementary colors. David Ramsay Hay had two theories of color. The first was “harmony by analogy”, using adjacent colors on the color wheel. The other was “harmony by contrast”, using the colors on opposite sides of the color wheel. The latter was more popular in the 1850-70s. It was considered important to achieve the right balance of color and texture between the walls, molding, ceiling, and woodwork. Texture was created by using wallpaper. stenciling. and various paint finishes (i.e. sponging, marbleizing, spattering, or wood-graining).

Popular wallpapers in the early and mid-Victorian period had backgrounds of red, blue, and green printed with intricate scrolled floral pattern in shades of cream and tan. Later, rich, earthy tones with stylized plants became common. Embossed paper was used on ceilings and friezes to counterbalance the busy wallpapers. William Morris was the most well known designer of wallpaper and at the time. He was renowned for mixing strong, pure colors harmoniously, and giving a flat pattern an unsurpassed narrative quality. Other popular designs included landscape pictures, historical scenes, and papers imitating cut stone or fabric, and “fresco”, which imitated panels, cornices, friezes, moldings, and columns. The 1870s saw the emergence of geometric patterns and Japanese motifs. Well known designers of this time were Tiffany, Dresser. Christian Herter, and Walter Crane .

Decor in the dining rooms passed through three notable stages: the Georgian tradition of restrained, dignified ornamentation; a heavier, more masculine based on Fran ois Premier and the Renaissance Revival; and a lighter, brighter, more feminine style. Walls were dark paneled with mahogany, walnut, or stained oak up to a dado rail, above which papers patterned with tangled lilies, brambles, or vines like those designed by William Morris were popular. Tapestries and fabric were also used as wall coverings. Ceilings were unobtrusively stenciled or paneled with wood. Drapes were heavy velvets, often looped back with gold tassels. An atmospheric light, which Victorians considered most appropriate for dining, was provided by chandeliers, wall sconces, and candles.

References

“Interior Design.” Victorian Station. Viewed November 2004.





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46 Bathroom Interior Designs Made In Rustic Barns

Because of that. we continue telling you about different barn and rustic interiors.

Amazing cottages and interiors made of wood are more than amazing and look creative. In some of the next posts we will give you some ideas for bedrooms, kitchens and living rooms. In this article it is time for bathrooms .

When we say barn, it includes rustic look and wooden interior. It has wooden beams or brick clad so as such it gives touches to any space – no matter, what style you’ ve chosen.

One thing is clear, shabby or rustic interior style looks inviting and just perfect. Having wood in your home, either it is o the floor, walls or ceiling, it makes area looks very warm.

Having a wooden appliances will make your interior look very fashionable.

Modern style will make a great contrast with the space itself. A For example, Toto toilets can lend a touch of sleekness to an otherwise rustic room. Or combining modern, classic and rustic. The the end result will be just more than amazing.

Take a look through amazing collection of 46 bathroom interior designs made in rustic barns we have prepared.

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4 Tips in Showroom Design

You go to Market to buy new products and learn about the new trends, but it is also a great opportunity to get new showroom design inspiration. You need to keep your store fresh to attract today’s consumer and manufacturers are often on the cutting-edge of new design trends.

For the last five years, High Point Market Authority has been honoring those manufacturers that excel in providing superior showroom design during the Fall Market Showroom Design Competition. This year’s winners are: Bernhardt, Best of Market Award; Surya, Fashion Focus Award; and Four Hands, People’s Choice Award.

RetailerNOW caught up with the winners, and got these four tips on how to bring their award-winning ideas into your store.

Years ago, Bernhardt’s Creative Director, Ron Fiore, was in Paris when a store stopped him in his tracks. Large iron doors separated those on the outside from the warm, inviting store featuring a library where people were enjoying their coffee. The environment was warm and inviting—drawing the person from the outside, in.

Inspired by this scene, Ron wanted to create that same inviting feeling in Bernhardt’s High Point showroom. The entryway was turned into a large library, with large-scale bookcases, furniture, and layers of accents. The whole feeling was a romantic scene that drew in Market-goers.

“Focus on something that is aspirational in your store,” Ron said. “It doesn’t have to be a library—that is pretty aggressive. But think romantically and think about transporting your customer’s mindset. Where would you want to be transported?”

With every new design idea, you always need to keep in mind basic design principles. Whether you are creating a lifestyle vignette or an entryway, make sure there is focus to it. “Humans can only handle so much at a time, and the eye can only handle so much detail,” Ron said. “You may have good settings, but if there is no attention to the focus of it, it will not work. Sets of threes always seem to work.”

Give the customers a show—and make sure it looks fantastic from every direction. “People always pay attention to the forward, but not the other way. Those sightlines are important as well. Make sure all of your displays look great from the front, and back,” he added.

“Fashion should be important in our industry, even though it isn’t always. We are an extension of fashion into the home,” said Satya Tiwari, owner of Surya. Surya showcased the connection between furniture and fashion by creating a dress crafted entirely of their rug swatches. Displayed on a mannequin, the dress featured the latest styles that are found in women’s fashion apparel.

“It is about connecting the dots for the consumer, and showing them the fashion behind a piece,” Satya added. “When a customer walks into your store and sees products that reflect the styles she is currently wearing, there is a subliminal connection to the fashion.”

An easy way to keep the latest styles in your store is by freshening up your accessories every season. Also talk to the customer about her fashion style and how she sees that style reflected in her home.

4. Upcycle Your Merchandising Displays

Looking for innovative, and inexpensive ways to add flair to your merchandising displays? Take an idea from the Four Hands showroom, which featured upcycling displays—a hot trend where you convert wasted materials into something new and usable. In the Four Hands showroom, upcycling could be seen in displays made out of paper bags, old paint cans, stones, books and more.

“We realize budget is a huge thing for the retailer, and the consumer, so we tried to get creative,” said Cameron Cook, public relations manager with Four Hands. “We had employees bring in empty milk cartons, egg crates, beer cans, wine bottles—even corks—and make fun displays throughout the showroom.”

Have your employees bring in old items from their house, or find some old pallets in the warehouse, and have a fun DIY afternoon creating unique, innovative displays.





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Interior Design Companies in the United States

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Studio O+A is a San Francisco interior design firm serving companies nationwide. Founded by Primo Orpilla and Verda Alexander during the dot-com boom of the early 1990s, the studio began with a mission to bring sophisticated SOMA design to Silicon Valley start-ups and the venture firms who supported them. That start-up mentality is still a key feature of the Studio O+A aesthetic, but through the years, the firm s mission has broadened to include a range of services for a client base that includes such major American corporations as eBay, Levi Strauss, and Williams Sonoma. o-plus-a.com South of Market, San Francisco, California

  • Founded in 1984, IA is one of the first global architectural firms focused exclusively on interiors. As leaders in intelligent workplace design, IA helps clients in diverse markets worldwide articulate and align their business strategies and core values with the dynamic use of space. interiorarchitects.com Financial District, San Francisco, California

  • ICRAVE is a Manhattan-based experiential design and branding agency fueled by innovation and interaction. Since its inception in 2002, the name ICRAVE has become synonymous with creative, energy-driven spaces that actively engage visitors in their environment. icrave.com Manhattan, New York

  • A custom residential interior design firm specializing in custom, existing remodeled homes. divainteriors.com Santa Fe, New Mexico

  • Eastlake Studio is a Chicago architectural and interior design firm founded in 1987. eastlakestudio.com Central, Chicago, Illinois

  • Steiner Design Interiors provides comprehensive and complete design services beginning with an initial design concept through installation and detailing of final design elements to complete the project. steinerinteriors.com North Raleigh, North Carolina

  • Located in New York City on Madison Avenue, Campion Platt is a full-service architectural design firm that takes an eco approach to its inventive array of projects, with a desire to create exceptionally LUXE environments. Its innovative architecture, interior design and products firm specializes in hi-end residential, hospitality and home product design. campionplatt.com Manhattan, New York

  • Established in 1874, Shepley Bulfinch serves healthcare, academic, science, and civic clients with architecture, planning, and interior design services from its offices in Boston and Phoenix. shepleybulfinch.com Seaport District, Boston, Massachusetts

  • Indidesign is an award­winning firm that specializes in luxury hospitality and high­end commercial design. Now more than 10 years old, Indidesign has successfully completed projects in the United States and overseas for major hotel brands, as well as private owners. Indidesign s services are always tailor­made to meet the specific needs of each client. Notable projects include the Grand Hyatt Singapore, Hokulani Waikiki by Hilton Grand Vacations Club, The Palace Hotel in San Francisco, Hyatt Regency Monterey, and the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur. indidesign.com Mar Vista, Los Angeles, California recent article Indidesign Renovates Hilton Garden Inn Waikiki Beach

  • Axis Mundi is a design firm based in New York, providing outstanding works of architecture and interior design in the form of high-end residential, commercial, and cultural projects. axismundi.com Manhattan, New York

  • Kwinter Company is an interior design firm, based in New York and established by interior designer Brendan Kwinter Schwartz, that specializes in interior design, exterior and landscape design. kwinterdesign.com Manhattan, New York

  • //3877 is a boutique design firm focused on high-end residential, multi-family, restaurant and hospitality projects. 3877.design Georgetown, Washington, District of Columbia

  • KNA Design an architectural interior design company providing solutions for hospitality, residential, and commercial clients. Design as distinctive as the people it serves. knadesign.com Central LA, Los Angeles, California

  • GrizForm Design Architects provides full service architecture and interior design service as well as custom furniture, lighting, and graphic design to the hospitality industry. grizform.com Northwest Washington, District of Columbia

  • Ownby Design is a full service design company, specializing in one of a kind, high-end homes. Ownby Design has a reputation for genuine concern for the finished product, as well as dealing honestly and fairly in all aspects of business. ownbydesign.com Northsight, Scottsdale, Arizona

  • Founded in 1991, Lehman Smith McLeish is an award-winning design strategy firm based in Washington, DC. lsm.com Georgetown, Washington, District of Columbia

  • MR Architecture + Decor is a 20-person studio led by founding partner David Mann, in collaboration with associates William Clukies, Robin Corsino and Robert Fuller. Based in New York City, the firm s scope of work extends from ground-up construction and renovation to interior architecture, design and decoration for residential, retail and other commercial spaces. mrarch.com Manhattan, New York

  • Urban Elements is a full scale commercial and residential interior design firm located in Portland, Oregon. Founders Lisa Field and Michael Newsom are professional interior designers who share a passion for creating stylish, organic and contemporary spaces that are truly stunning. urbanelementsinteriorspace.com Southwest Portland, Oregon

  • Gabellini Sheppard Associates is a multi-disciplinary architectural and interior design firm based in New York City. The 30-person firm has gained international acclaim for its signature design aesthetic in which space and light are used as sculptural materials. gabellinisheppard.com Manhattan, New York

  • TonyChi and Associates is a New York City based global design powerhouse that has built an unrivalled reputation in business and industry over a period of more than 20 years. Its founder and president, Tony Chi, has brought together in one company some of the best and most diverse design talents from around the world to serve only the most prestigious and most demanding of global clients. tonychi.com Manhattan, New York





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    Specialist Interior Design Experts in Perth

    Perth’s Leading Interior Designers

    With over 20 years experience in interior decorating luxury residential home in Perth, Venina offers a range of interior design consulting services working with home owners, developers and builders. Our designers strive to create minimalist and contemporary designs while incorporating beauty and grace from classical designs.

    Venina also offers individual room fit outs including Kitchens, Bathrooms, Laundries, Studies, Entertainment Units and Cellars. Venina specifies all selection and fittings as well as providing floor plans, elevation and 3D designs.

    Our interior design service also goes as far to give advice on appliances and to specify the jobs of particular trades. These are tailored to suit the client particular needs, and takes into account themes, space and budgets.

    Venina can apply themselves to any residential or commercial situation as 20 years of experience has given them a great deal of knowledge that we are happy to use to the clients advantage.

    Why Choose Venina Interiors As Your Interior Designer In Perth?

    Our designers and decorators have the skills to create an effective interior design style for your home to suit your lifestyle and tastes.





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    Interior Design Schools in Seattle, WA

    Seattle, Washington has 3 interior design schools for you to consider if you are interested in pursuing a degree in interior design. With an overall population of 563,374 and a student population of 96,368, approximately 11,207 of Seattle students attend one of Seattle’s schools that offer interior design programs.

    The largest interior design school in Seattle, by student population, is International Academy of Design and Technology. In 2010, International Academy of Design and Technology graduated approximately 18 students with credentials in interior design.

    In 2010, 38 students graduated with an interior design degree from one of Seattle’s interior design schools. In 2009 tuition at interior design schools in Seattle was $14,890 per year, on average.

    In addition to tuition costs, you should plan on spending an average of $1,104 for books and supplies each year, while enrolled in a interior design program in Seattle. And if you live on campus, you will face an additional expense of $8,544 per year, on average, for room and board at Seattle-based interior design schools. Students who live at home can cut this cost down to approximately $13,804.

    Interior Design Salaries and Career Outlook in Seattle

    Many interior design graduates choose to work as interior designers after graduation. If you choose to follow that path and remain in Seattle, your job prospects are average. There were 1,440 interior designers working in Washington State and 590 working in the greater Seattle area in 2010. The government projects that the number of interior designers in Seattle will increase by 8% by the year 2018. This anticipated change is slower than the projected nationwide trend for interior designers.

    The average salary you can expect to earn as an interior designer in Seattle is $49,300 per year, which is higher than the average for interior designers state-wide.

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    Interior Design Schools in Seattle, WA

    Seattle, Washington has 3 interior design schools for you to consider if you are interested in pursuing a degree in interior design. With an overall population of 563,374 and a student population of 96,368, approximately 11,207 of Seattle students attend one of Seattle’s schools that offer interior design programs.

    The largest interior design school in Seattle, by student population, is International Academy of Design and Technology. In 2010, International Academy of Design and Technology graduated approximately 18 students with credentials in interior design.

    In 2010, 38 students graduated with an interior design degree from one of Seattle’s interior design schools. In 2009 tuition at interior design schools in Seattle was $14,890 per year, on average.

    In addition to tuition costs, you should plan on spending an average of $1,104 for books and supplies each year, while enrolled in a interior design program in Seattle. And if you live on campus, you will face an additional expense of $8,544 per year, on average, for room and board at Seattle-based interior design schools. Students who live at home can cut this cost down to approximately $13,804.

    Interior Design Salaries and Career Outlook in Seattle

    Many interior design graduates choose to work as interior designers after graduation. If you choose to follow that path and remain in Seattle, your job prospects are average. There were 1,440 interior designers working in Washington State and 590 working in the greater Seattle area in 2010. The government projects that the number of interior designers in Seattle will increase by 8% by the year 2018. This anticipated change is slower than the projected nationwide trend for interior designers.

    The average salary you can expect to earn as an interior designer in Seattle is $49,300 per year, which is higher than the average for interior designers state-wide.

    This Page is Useful for Those Seeking the Following:

    • Interior Design Degree in Seattle
    • Associates Degree in Interior Design
    • Bachelors Degree in Interior Design
    • Interior Design Classes
    • Interior Design Courses
    • Interior Design Training

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