Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior of a home to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space.
An interior designer is someone who plans, researches, coordinates, and manages such projects. In recent years, the popularity of interior design as a career has grown due to the abundance of creative opportunities and job security.
Creativity, innovation and technical dexterity are the basic requirements of a budding interior designer. At INIFD Kothrud Pune, you will find several options for interior designing courses available to students with the traditional 10 + 2 education.
The choice of the course depends on each student, in terms of the time and resources to be invested and the relevance to the job market. However, a few courses at INIFD are preferred over others due to the transparent benefits they offer.
So here we summarize the most preferred courses and reasons why they have topped the list of interior design courses after 12th.
The three-year course is the most exhaustive of all and comprehensively covers almost all subjects related to interior designing.
Starting from the fundamentals of design, to residential space design, to CAD (computer-aided design) and all the way to luxury home space design and application of Vaastu Shastra and Feng shui, this three-year program will give you an in-depth understanding of the interior design industry. Company visits, live projects and guest lectures groom students and develop a grip over the topics of study.
Hence, someone looking for a long-term course and an in-depth knowledge of the subject can avail this program.
This is one of the most elementary courses, designed to introduce you to the field of interior design, in a one-year duration.
It covers the main topics related to interior designing, such as residential design, computer tools to aid in design, drawing techniques and financial, legal as well as ethical considerations.
Anyone looking for a short-term course to gain basic knowledge of the subject or want to have a glimpse of the design industry, then this one-year certificate course in interior design is the best option for them.
Interior design courses at INIFD Kothrud requires students to have passed the HSC (10+2) exam or a polytechnic course (10+3) from any state board or another equivalent, recognised education boards with a minimum aggregate of 50-55%
We hope this gives you a general idea about how to enter the field of interior designing and how to groom your choices among the plethora of courses.