Participants will enter the world of visual images, where they will begin to see the meanings and messages behind the styles and decorative images one encounters today. They will discover the inner workings of interior design and understand the essential elements of design that enable one to identify what to look for when observing design in the world around us to better understand design. They will also gain the insights needed to be a first-rate interior designer, by using this new knowledge to create their own designs with enhanced flair and creativity.
The course will include the definition, interpretation, application, and evaluation of design elements such as scale, texture, tone, harmony, rhythm, and connotations of space, to enhance visual literacy. This will enhance the participants’ awareness of design elements and how they are applied, in the broader sense, in the everyday world.
The course will also cover the essential underpinning knowledge, skills and attitudes required to establish criteria for the appropriate and effective evaluation of designs including aesthetic considerations, social and cultural context, and exploration of the narrative of design through a critical evaluation of existing examples.
Aim of the Course
To develop observation, interpretation and analytical skills to facilitate the exploration of design principles in a theoretical and applied approach. The course also aims to provide students with knowledge, skills, and the necessary attitudes to increase their range and variety of creative options in the process of conceptualising, developing and justifying creative concepts for interior design projects.
Participants who successfully complete the program will be able to:
- Develop and apply the research criteria to analyse and critically evaluate selected designs.
- Synthesise and apply strategies for developing and exploring creative design options.
- Produce a creative interior design solution for a commercial and residential interior.
Duration of the Program
4 sessions at 2.5 hours per session (Total of 10 hours).
A minimum of 8 students per class are required for the Class to commence.
Facilitation Resources and Aids Needed
Participants are advised to bring along with them:
- Stationeries including an A4 Notebook with pens.
- Laptop with software download advised by the school course administer before the commencement of course.
Neat Casual wear (e.g. collar t-shirt, sweater, long trousers or jeans, sports shoes, etc.)
Group Class: $395.00. Bring a friend and enjoy a special rate of $700.00 for 2 pax.