COURSES  Design Certificate / Interior Detailing – module 3 – evenings

INTERIOR DETAILING Module Three

20 Wednesday Evenings  6:30pm - 9:00pm  +  2 Saturday workshops 10.00am - 4.00pm
03 October 2018 - 27 March 2019

25 September 2019 - 11 March 2020

Cost: £1,790 (incl of current vat)

Term One:      Complete concept proposal for a hotel room and en-suite bathroom

  • re-visiting existing skills and adding new methods to design a realistic proposal for a new hotel:
  • quick brief analysis and concept design
  • plan the space
  • work in 3-d to understand the whole volume
  • sketch lighting layout
  • select furniture, materials and bathroom fittings
  • present proposals to the client in the form of analysis, development sketches, inspirational references, planning and 3-d drawings

Term Two:     Information for costing and evaluation

If the client likes your ideas they will need more information to work out if the proposal is viable – practically and economically; drawings and schedules for costing and fabrication:

  • FF&E schedules – christmas holiday homework
  • simple formats for furniture, fittings and equipment
  • joinery fabrication
  • using model-making and sketching develop the hotel wardrobe space and prepare large scale construction drawings for assessment by the fabricators on a visit to a joinery workshop
  • detail design
  • examine materials, components and junctions in detail: convert the bathroom sketch plan into information for construction including plan, elevation, section, axo or perspective and key details
  • present FF&E schedules, joinery drawings and the bathroom drawings, together with the concept design and workbook

This is the third step towards gaining The Professional Certificate in Interior Design and requires completion of Module One and Two before applying.

After having worked in marketing, I was attracted to the one year course at The Interior Design School. Its condensed curriculum covered every aspect of interior design (space planning, lighting, furniture detailing, materials). The high ratio of teachers to students meant a very personal approach and enabled me to build up a portfolio of work in residential, office and retail design. The course gave me the confidence to effectively change careers and built the skills needed to do so.         Annemarie van Rietgraduate 2000