BA Interior Design

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BA Interior Design – 3 Year Level 7 QQI award. Course for You

Course Description

This course provides students with a creative and exciting programme of study required for a career in interior design. Graduates from this programme will be qualified and professionally suited to pursue careers in related fields including residential and commercial renovations, office and commercial fit-outs, retail branding and facade design, design for the hotel, leisure and tourism industries, and sustainable design.

What will you learn

The programme facilitates a practical, theoretical and critical appreciation of interior design. New technologies are delivered as mandatory rather than elective modules, supporting Dublin Institute of Design’s belief that these are essential skills for any graduating interior designer in today’s competitive market.

Starting Dates Format

Now enrolling for October 2017. Application guidelines can be found here.

Please see our Timetable Fees page for start dates and fee information.

Course Content

Year 1

Year 1 introduces students to a comprehensive range of skills relevant to the world of interior design, as well as traditional architectural design techniques. The programme is structured to teach students fundamental design skills starting with residential and domestic sized projects. Students gain a detailed theoretical understanding of the process of interior design, as well as methods and skills required to practice.

Modules: Interior Design Studio 1, Contextual and Cultural Studies, Design Technology 1, Design Communications 1

Year 2

In Year 2 students develop their core skills and processes across a range of more complex designs largely focused on commercial projects. During this year, students develop a deep knowledge and understanding of the core interior design and architectural principles. On completion of Year 2 students are ready to progress to a more innovative process of design.

Modules: Interior Design Studio 2, Interior Design Contextual Studies, Design Technology 2, Design Communications 2

Year 3

In Year 3 students engage with more personalised and innovative projects. Students develop and manage designs on a large scale and engage with their peers in a flexible and professional manner. By the end of the year, students will show professionalism, initiative, autonomy and a range of original design solutions.

Modules: Interior Design Projects, Contextual Research, Design Technology 3, Design Communications 3, Professional Practice

Entry Requirements

All applications for this programme are made directly to the Institute via the online application system.

Standard applicants (School leavers under 23yrs old) a required to have completed the Leaving Certificate (or equivalent) with five subjects, to include English and Mathematics, at D3 Ordinary or better, or equivalent. Standard applicants are also required to submit a portfolio of work for assessment OR to complete an aptitude test as part of the application process. Please see the Standard Applicants page for application guidelines.

Applications are accepted from non-standard applicants (e.g. mature learners over 23yrs old with or without a relevant qualification, school leavers who do not meet the minimum Leaving Certificate or portfolio requirement). Please see the Non-Standard applicants page for application guidelines.

Certification

On successful completion, learners are awarded the QQI BA Interior Design. This award is a Level 7 qualification.

QQI is the state Higher Education awarding body.

Protection for Enrolled Learners

A learner protection charge of €275 applies in each academic year in addition to standard tuition fees.

Student Testimonials

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Project variety is good, I feel we have learned a lot over the past 2 years that helps us a lot now that we are in 3rd Year.



How to Become an Interior Decorator

If you have a love of decorating and a knack for arranging furniture and choosing décor and color, a career as an interior decorator may be perfect for you. To become a “decorator” you don’t need an extensive education or a fancy degree, just a good eye and a passion for the job. However, if you are interested in interior design, you will need to take specialized courses and gain the proper licensing from the state, depending on which state you are in.

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Graphic Design graduates shortlisted for Institute of Designers in Ireland Award 2017

A big congratulations to our 4 shortlisted students in the Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2017. They are as follows:

Mary O’Reilly (Printed material other than books)

Erica Mulvihill (Packaging Design)

Joni Wing-Yan Mok ( Digital Design UI/UX)

Daniele Silva Goupil (App Design)

The prize-giving and graduate exhibition will now take place in IADT in Dún Laoghaire – with the prizes announced on the evening of 30th November.

We would like to take the opportunity to wish you four the very best of luck in the competition.

DID students finalists for Frankfurt Style Award

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Best of luck to our 5 finalists in the 2017 Frankfurt Style award who designed and manufactured three of the pictured outfits. The winners will be announced on November 10th.

OFFSET 2018 highlights

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CURATE. INSPIRE. MAKE.

Directors of Creative Festival OFFSET, Lisa Haran and Bren Byrne present highlights from the 2018 edition.

Wednesday 11th October

Dublin Institute of Design, 45 Kildare Street, Dublin 2

Culture Night in Dublin Institute of Design

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Join us on Friday 22 September to celebrate CULTURE NIGHT 2017

Dublin Institute of Design is hosting the Centre for Creative Practices with their latest New Voices of Ireland Series 5. Exploring and exposing irrationalities and limitiation of our fears, features migrant, experimental and emerging artists, and focuses on socially relevant topics.

Dublin Institute of Design listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges

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Dublin Institute of Design got listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges. The participating schools set high standards of quality and work towards future-oriented trends. These established schools and institutes have the best prerequisites for perfecting the craft of their students.

End of Year Fashion Show

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Congratulations to our fashion graduates on their End of Year Show.

Huge thanks to everyone involved in making our graduate Fashion Show such a success. Thanks to the Morrison Hotel for the beautiful venue, Brendan Courtney for the excellent hosting, to all our guests most of all to our students for their hard work.

DID Student Competition Winners

Dublin Institute of Design student winner of the Frankfurt Style Award 2017

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The Fashion Design Department would like to send a huge congratulations to our HNC Fashion Design student Ágota Pfening who was awarded the first price in her category at the Frankfurt Style Awards student fashion competition over the weekend. .

Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2016 GRAND PRIX Winner

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This year’s Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI) 2016 Grand Prix Graduate winner is Dublin Institute of Design’s Alessandra Ravida. The Grand Prix is awarded to the stand out design project that not only reaches excellence in their category but also demonstrates a level of maturity in design thinking and execution.

The award ceremony took place in NCAD on Thursday 10th November with winners selected from over 300 entries across 9 categories. Dublin Institute of Design, the relative new kid on the block, had 4 shortlisted projects. These were in the categories of Book design, Typography Identity/Branding, with a win in the Typography category and also taking home the overall winning award, the Grand Prix.

DID student successfully accepted into International Society of Typographic Designers

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Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Alessandra Ravida who has been selected for International Society of Typographic Designers membership.

DID Graphic student shortlisted for poster competition

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Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Nicole Di Nardo, shortlisted for the “To Death with a Smile” Poster Competition

Latest News

Degree Graphic Design industry workshop

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Last week DID invited in industry to work with Degree Graphic Design students on a three day intensive workshop to challenge creativity and adapt skills.

Dublin Institute of Design Host Kent State University!

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Head of Department (Graphic Design), Danielle Townsend host Kent State University for an evening of Illustration with Steve Simpson, Steve Doogan and Lauren O’Neill.

Creative Thinking Workshop

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Check out the Creative Thinking Workshop held in Dublin Institute of Design this January. We decided to go analogue and get back to basics.

Institute listed among top 10 Global Interior Design Schools

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Dublin Institute of Design Can Put Your Career on Track! Covering latest interior designing concepts with a truly Irish feel is best realized with this institute of global reputation in a perfect manner.



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Are you a gaming fanatic and fascinated by the surreal worlds that can be created with a game design or VFX training? The Game Design VFX School at LaSalle College Vancouver offers a Bachelor’s degree in Game Programming as well as diploma programs in 3D Modeling for Animation Games, Animation Art Design, VFX for Film Television, Game Art Design, and Visual Game Programming. Jump start your career and begin in the every growing gaming and film industries.

Why wait any longer! Start your training now and begin your career as a game designer, game programmer, character animator, environment modeler, or VFX artist and get your chance at working on major movie or game productions just like many of our alumni have.

* Bachelors degrees are delivered by The Art Institute of Vancouver Inc., PTIB Designated Institution ID-00045 and located at 2665 Renfrew St, Vancouver, BC, V5M 0A7.

** Movie and game postes in the image are not produced by LaSalle College Vancouver nor by The Art Institute of Vancouver Inc. Alumni have contributed on these productions in variouse forms.

GAME DESIGN VFX

Are you a gaming fanatic and fascinated by the surreal worlds that can be created with a game design or VFX training? The Game Design VFX School at LaSalle College Vancouver offers a Bachelor’s degree in Game Programming as well as diploma programs in 3D Modeling for Animation Games, Animation Art Design, VFX for Film Television, Game Art Design, and Visual Game Programming. Jump start your career and begin in the every growing gaming and film industries.

Why wait any longer! Start your training now and begin your career as a game designer, game programmer, character animator, environment modeler, or VFX artist and get your chance at working on major movie or game productions just like many of our alumni have.

* Bachelors degrees are delivered by The Art Institute of Vancouver Inc., PTIB Designated Institution ID-00045 and located at 2665 Renfrew St, Vancouver, BC, V5M 0A7.

** Movie and game postes in the image are not produced by LaSalle College Vancouver nor by The Art Institute of Vancouver Inc. Alumni have contributed on these productions in variouse forms.



May phones Trump as Boeing dispute threatens Bombardier

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    Prime Minister Theresa May has phoned US President Donald Trump over a threat to jobs at Bombardier in Belfast from a trade dispute.

    The wings for the C-Series are made at Bombardier’s Belfast plant.

    However, rival aircraft firm Boeing has complained to the US authorities that the deal was unfairly subsidised by the Canadian state.

    Boeing has also complained about a UK government loan made to the Bombardier plant in Belfast.

    The US Department of Commerce is due to make a ruling later this month.

    It could hit Bombardier with punitive tariffs.

    Mrs May and her Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, would discuss the dispute at a meeting in Ottawa on 18 September, Reuters reported.

    Tariffs could make it very difficult for Bombardier to find new C-Series customers in the US.

    The C-Series project supports hundreds of jobs in Belfast.

    Phone call to Trump

    The government was “working tirelessly to safeguard Bombardier’s operations and its highly skilled workers in Belfast”, said a spokesperson.

    “Ministers across government have engaged swiftly and extensively with Boeing, Bombardier, the US and Canadian governments,” added the spokesperon.

    “Our priority is to encourage Boeing to drop its case and seek a negotiated settlement with Bombardier.”

    Mrs May raised the issue and her concern to protect jobs in Northern Ireland in a call with President Donald Trump last week, Downing Street confirmed.

    Business Secretary Greg Clark had also travelled to Chicago to meet Boeing’s chairman, president and chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg.

    Bombardier managers in Belfast are also understood to have recently briefed trade unions about the importance of the case.

    Boeing has alleged that Bombardier engaged in “price dumping” by agreeing to sell 75 of their planes for almost $14m (£10.6m) below their cost price.

    The company said it had appealed to the International Trade Commission “to restore a level playing field in the US single-aisle airplane market”.

    “Boeing had to take action as subsidised competition has hurt us now and will continue to hurt us for years to come, and we could not stand by given this clear case of illegal dumping,” it said in a statement.

    “Global trade only works if everyone plays by the same rules of the road, and that’s a principle that ultimately creates the greatest value for Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and our aerospace industry.”

    It also pointed out that the Delta deal came after the regional government in Quebec effectively bailed out the C-Series programme with a $1bn investment.

    “Equity infusions from government coffers not only rescued the program but have given Bombardier the resources it needs to aggressively target the US market,” it said.

    Bombardier has described the allegations as “absurd” and said the government investments “comply with the laws and regulations in the jurisdictions where we do business”.

    Speaking in the House of Commons on Tuesday, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable called on the UK government to “commit itself to standing very firmly behind Bombardier and its workers, and alongside the Canadian Government in resisting bullying from Boeing and its friend in the United States administration”.

    Minister for Climate Change and Industry Claire Perry said: “It is vitally important that we have this dispute settled and we create the environment for many manufacturers in this vital sector to thrive and grow.”

    Strangford DUP MP Jim Shannon raised concerns about the future of the C-Series with Research and Innovation Minister, Jo Johnson.

    “He’ll be aware of Boeing’s attempts to stop the contract which will add $30m (£23m) to every plane (coming into) C-Series in Belfast,” he said.

    Mr Johnson replied: “I can assure him that we are engaging very closely with the companies involved and will be following up on his point.”



    Graphic Design graduates shortlisted for Institute of Designers in Ireland Award 2017

    A big congratulations to our 4 shortlisted students in the Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2017. They are as follows:

    Mary O’Reilly (Printed material other than books)

    Erica Mulvihill (Packaging Design)

    Joni Wing-Yan Mok ( Digital Design UI/UX)

    Daniele Silva Goupil (App Design)

    The prize-giving and graduate exhibition will now take place in IADT in Dún Laoghaire – with the prizes announced on the evening of 30th November.

    We would like to take the opportunity to wish you four the very best of luck in the competition.

    DID students finalists for Frankfurt Style Award

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Best of luck to our 5 finalists in the 2017 Frankfurt Style award who designed and manufactured three of the pictured outfits. The winners will be announced on November 10th.

    OFFSET 2018 highlights

    Interior design jobs ireland

    CURATE. INSPIRE. MAKE.

    Directors of Creative Festival OFFSET, Lisa Haran and Bren Byrne present highlights from the 2018 edition.

    Wednesday 11th October

    Dublin Institute of Design, 45 Kildare Street, Dublin 2

    Culture Night in Dublin Institute of Design

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Join us on Friday 22 September to celebrate CULTURE NIGHT 2017

    Dublin Institute of Design is hosting the Centre for Creative Practices with their latest New Voices of Ireland Series 5. Exploring and exposing irrationalities and limitiation of our fears, features migrant, experimental and emerging artists, and focuses on socially relevant topics.

    Dublin Institute of Design listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Dublin Institute of Design got listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges. The participating schools set high standards of quality and work towards future-oriented trends. These established schools and institutes have the best prerequisites for perfecting the craft of their students.

    End of Year Fashion Show

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Congratulations to our fashion graduates on their End of Year Show.

    Huge thanks to everyone involved in making our graduate Fashion Show such a success. Thanks to the Morrison Hotel for the beautiful venue, Brendan Courtney for the excellent hosting, to all our guests most of all to our students for their hard work.

    DID Student Competition Winners

    Dublin Institute of Design student winner of the Frankfurt Style Award 2017

    Interior design jobs ireland

    The Fashion Design Department would like to send a huge congratulations to our HNC Fashion Design student Ágota Pfening who was awarded the first price in her category at the Frankfurt Style Awards student fashion competition over the weekend. .

    Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2016 GRAND PRIX Winner

    Interior design jobs ireland

    This year’s Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI) 2016 Grand Prix Graduate winner is Dublin Institute of Design’s Alessandra Ravida. The Grand Prix is awarded to the stand out design project that not only reaches excellence in their category but also demonstrates a level of maturity in design thinking and execution.

    The award ceremony took place in NCAD on Thursday 10th November with winners selected from over 300 entries across 9 categories. Dublin Institute of Design, the relative new kid on the block, had 4 shortlisted projects. These were in the categories of Book design, Typography Identity/Branding, with a win in the Typography category and also taking home the overall winning award, the Grand Prix.

    DID student successfully accepted into International Society of Typographic Designers

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Alessandra Ravida who has been selected for International Society of Typographic Designers membership.

    DID Graphic student shortlisted for poster competition

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Nicole Di Nardo, shortlisted for the “To Death with a Smile” Poster Competition

    Latest News

    Degree Graphic Design industry workshop

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Last week DID invited in industry to work with Degree Graphic Design students on a three day intensive workshop to challenge creativity and adapt skills.

    Dublin Institute of Design Host Kent State University!

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Head of Department (Graphic Design), Danielle Townsend host Kent State University for an evening of Illustration with Steve Simpson, Steve Doogan and Lauren O’Neill.

    Creative Thinking Workshop

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Check out the Creative Thinking Workshop held in Dublin Institute of Design this January. We decided to go analogue and get back to basics.

    Institute listed among top 10 Global Interior Design Schools

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Dublin Institute of Design Can Put Your Career on Track! Covering latest interior designing concepts with a truly Irish feel is best realized with this institute of global reputation in a perfect manner.



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    May phones Trump as Boeing dispute threatens Bombardier

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    Prime Minister Theresa May has phoned US President Donald Trump over a threat to jobs at Bombardier in Belfast from a trade dispute.

    The wings for the C-Series are made at Bombardier’s Belfast plant.

    However, rival aircraft firm Boeing has complained to the US authorities that the deal was unfairly subsidised by the Canadian state.

    Boeing has also complained about a UK government loan made to the Bombardier plant in Belfast.

    The US Department of Commerce is due to make a ruling later this month.

    It could hit Bombardier with punitive tariffs.

    Mrs May and her Canadian counterpart, Justin Trudeau, would discuss the dispute at a meeting in Ottawa on 18 September, Reuters reported.

    Tariffs could make it very difficult for Bombardier to find new C-Series customers in the US.

    The C-Series project supports hundreds of jobs in Belfast.

    Phone call to Trump

    The government was “working tirelessly to safeguard Bombardier’s operations and its highly skilled workers in Belfast”, said a spokesperson.

    “Ministers across government have engaged swiftly and extensively with Boeing, Bombardier, the US and Canadian governments,” added the spokesperon.

    “Our priority is to encourage Boeing to drop its case and seek a negotiated settlement with Bombardier.”

    Mrs May raised the issue and her concern to protect jobs in Northern Ireland in a call with President Donald Trump last week, Downing Street confirmed.

    Business Secretary Greg Clark had also travelled to Chicago to meet Boeing’s chairman, president and chief executive officer, Dennis Muilenburg.

    Bombardier managers in Belfast are also understood to have recently briefed trade unions about the importance of the case.

    Boeing has alleged that Bombardier engaged in “price dumping” by agreeing to sell 75 of their planes for almost $14m (£10.6m) below their cost price.

    The company said it had appealed to the International Trade Commission “to restore a level playing field in the US single-aisle airplane market”.

    “Boeing had to take action as subsidised competition has hurt us now and will continue to hurt us for years to come, and we could not stand by given this clear case of illegal dumping,” it said in a statement.

    “Global trade only works if everyone plays by the same rules of the road, and that’s a principle that ultimately creates the greatest value for Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, and our aerospace industry.”

    It also pointed out that the Delta deal came after the regional government in Quebec effectively bailed out the C-Series programme with a $1bn investment.

    “Equity infusions from government coffers not only rescued the program but have given Bombardier the resources it needs to aggressively target the US market,” it said.

    Bombardier has described the allegations as “absurd” and said the government investments “comply with the laws and regulations in the jurisdictions where we do business”.

    Speaking in the House of Commons on Tuesday, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable called on the UK government to “commit itself to standing very firmly behind Bombardier and its workers, and alongside the Canadian Government in resisting bullying from Boeing and its friend in the United States administration”.

    Minister for Climate Change and Industry Claire Perry said: “It is vitally important that we have this dispute settled and we create the environment for many manufacturers in this vital sector to thrive and grow.”

    Strangford DUP MP Jim Shannon raised concerns about the future of the C-Series with Research and Innovation Minister, Jo Johnson.

    “He’ll be aware of Boeing’s attempts to stop the contract which will add $30m (£23m) to every plane (coming into) C-Series in Belfast,” he said.

    Mr Johnson replied: “I can assure him that we are engaging very closely with the companies involved and will be following up on his point.”



    Graphic Design graduates shortlisted for Institute of Designers in Ireland Award 2017

    A big congratulations to our 4 shortlisted students in the Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2017. They are as follows:

    Mary O’Reilly (Printed material other than books)

    Erica Mulvihill (Packaging Design)

    Joni Wing-Yan Mok ( Digital Design UI/UX)

    Daniele Silva Goupil (App Design)

    The prize-giving and graduate exhibition will now take place in IADT in Dún Laoghaire – with the prizes announced on the evening of 30th November.

    We would like to take the opportunity to wish you four the very best of luck in the competition.

    DID students finalists for Frankfurt Style Award

    Interior design ireland

    Best of luck to our 5 finalists in the 2017 Frankfurt Style award who designed and manufactured three of the pictured outfits. The winners will be announced on November 10th.

    OFFSET 2018 highlights

    Interior design ireland

    CURATE. INSPIRE. MAKE.

    Directors of Creative Festival OFFSET, Lisa Haran and Bren Byrne present highlights from the 2018 edition.

    Wednesday 11th October

    Dublin Institute of Design, 45 Kildare Street, Dublin 2

    Culture Night in Dublin Institute of Design

    Interior design ireland

    Join us on Friday 22 September to celebrate CULTURE NIGHT 2017

    Dublin Institute of Design is hosting the Centre for Creative Practices with their latest New Voices of Ireland Series 5. Exploring and exposing irrationalities and limitiation of our fears, features migrant, experimental and emerging artists, and focuses on socially relevant topics.

    Dublin Institute of Design listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges

    Interior design ireland

    Dublin Institute of Design got listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges. The participating schools set high standards of quality and work towards future-oriented trends. These established schools and institutes have the best prerequisites for perfecting the craft of their students.

    End of Year Fashion Show

    Interior design ireland

    Congratulations to our fashion graduates on their End of Year Show.

    Huge thanks to everyone involved in making our graduate Fashion Show such a success. Thanks to the Morrison Hotel for the beautiful venue, Brendan Courtney for the excellent hosting, to all our guests most of all to our students for their hard work.

    DID Student Competition Winners

    Dublin Institute of Design student winner of the Frankfurt Style Award 2017

    Interior design ireland

    The Fashion Design Department would like to send a huge congratulations to our HNC Fashion Design student Ágota Pfening who was awarded the first price in her category at the Frankfurt Style Awards student fashion competition over the weekend. .

    Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2016 GRAND PRIX Winner

    Interior design ireland

    This year’s Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI) 2016 Grand Prix Graduate winner is Dublin Institute of Design’s Alessandra Ravida. The Grand Prix is awarded to the stand out design project that not only reaches excellence in their category but also demonstrates a level of maturity in design thinking and execution.

    The award ceremony took place in NCAD on Thursday 10th November with winners selected from over 300 entries across 9 categories. Dublin Institute of Design, the relative new kid on the block, had 4 shortlisted projects. These were in the categories of Book design, Typography Identity/Branding, with a win in the Typography category and also taking home the overall winning award, the Grand Prix.

    DID student successfully accepted into International Society of Typographic Designers

    Interior design ireland

    Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Alessandra Ravida who has been selected for International Society of Typographic Designers membership.

    DID Graphic student shortlisted for poster competition

    Interior design ireland

    Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Nicole Di Nardo, shortlisted for the “To Death with a Smile” Poster Competition

    Latest News

    Degree Graphic Design industry workshop

    Interior design ireland

    Last week DID invited in industry to work with Degree Graphic Design students on a three day intensive workshop to challenge creativity and adapt skills.

    Dublin Institute of Design Host Kent State University!

    Interior design ireland

    Head of Department (Graphic Design), Danielle Townsend host Kent State University for an evening of Illustration with Steve Simpson, Steve Doogan and Lauren O’Neill.

    Creative Thinking Workshop

    Interior design ireland

    Check out the Creative Thinking Workshop held in Dublin Institute of Design this January. We decided to go analogue and get back to basics.

    Institute listed among top 10 Global Interior Design Schools

    Interior design ireland

    Dublin Institute of Design Can Put Your Career on Track! Covering latest interior designing concepts with a truly Irish feel is best realized with this institute of global reputation in a perfect manner.



    Graphic Design graduates shortlisted for Institute of Designers in Ireland Award 2017

    A big congratulations to our 4 shortlisted students in the Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2017. They are as follows:

    Mary O’Reilly (Printed material other than books)

    Erica Mulvihill (Packaging Design)

    Joni Wing-Yan Mok ( Digital Design UI/UX)

    Daniele Silva Goupil (App Design)

    The prize-giving and graduate exhibition will now take place in IADT in Dún Laoghaire – with the prizes announced on the evening of 30th November.

    We would like to take the opportunity to wish you four the very best of luck in the competition.

    DID students finalists for Frankfurt Style Award

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Best of luck to our 5 finalists in the 2017 Frankfurt Style award who designed and manufactured three of the pictured outfits. The winners will be announced on November 10th.

    OFFSET 2018 highlights

    Interior design jobs ireland

    CURATE. INSPIRE. MAKE.

    Directors of Creative Festival OFFSET, Lisa Haran and Bren Byrne present highlights from the 2018 edition.

    Wednesday 11th October

    Dublin Institute of Design, 45 Kildare Street, Dublin 2

    Culture Night in Dublin Institute of Design

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Join us on Friday 22 September to celebrate CULTURE NIGHT 2017

    Dublin Institute of Design is hosting the Centre for Creative Practices with their latest New Voices of Ireland Series 5. Exploring and exposing irrationalities and limitiation of our fears, features migrant, experimental and emerging artists, and focuses on socially relevant topics.

    Dublin Institute of Design listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Dublin Institute of Design got listed among top Global Fashion Design Colleges. The participating schools set high standards of quality and work towards future-oriented trends. These established schools and institutes have the best prerequisites for perfecting the craft of their students.

    End of Year Fashion Show

    Interior design jobs ireland

    Congratulations to our fashion graduates on their End of Year Show.

    Huge thanks to everyone involved in making our graduate Fashion Show such a success. Thanks to the Morrison Hotel for the beautiful venue, Brendan Courtney for the excellent hosting, to all our guests most of all to our students for their hard work.

    DID Student Competition Winners

    Dublin Institute of Design student winner of the Frankfurt Style Award 2017

    Interior design jobs ireland

    The Fashion Design Department would like to send a huge congratulations to our HNC Fashion Design student Ágota Pfening who was awarded the first price in her category at the Frankfurt Style Awards student fashion competition over the weekend. .

    Institute of Designers in Ireland Graduate Awards 2016 GRAND PRIX Winner

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    This year’s Institute of Designers in Ireland (IDI) 2016 Grand Prix Graduate winner is Dublin Institute of Design’s Alessandra Ravida. The Grand Prix is awarded to the stand out design project that not only reaches excellence in their category but also demonstrates a level of maturity in design thinking and execution.

    The award ceremony took place in NCAD on Thursday 10th November with winners selected from over 300 entries across 9 categories. Dublin Institute of Design, the relative new kid on the block, had 4 shortlisted projects. These were in the categories of Book design, Typography Identity/Branding, with a win in the Typography category and also taking home the overall winning award, the Grand Prix.

    DID student successfully accepted into International Society of Typographic Designers

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    Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Alessandra Ravida who has been selected for International Society of Typographic Designers membership.

    DID Graphic student shortlisted for poster competition

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    Congratulations to our 3rd year Graphic Design student Nicole Di Nardo, shortlisted for the “To Death with a Smile” Poster Competition

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