Weekend Diploma in Interior Design

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SEMESTER I

MODULE Basics of Drafting

  • Use of Drafting Instruments & Scales (Imperial & Metric)
  • Orthographic Projections Geometric Shapes
  • Elevations and Views (Isometric & Axono metric) Geometric Shapes
  • Orthographic of Compositions (2D or 3D)
  • Human Ergonomics & Anthropometrics
  • Brief of Periodic Furniture & Ornamentation
  • Basic Sizes and concepts of Furniture Drafting
  • Orthographic & 3D Views ofDouble Bed, Wardrobe, Table, Chair, Sofa & Dining Set
  • Measured Drawing of Room

MODULE Building Materials

  • Introduction to Building Materials; Importance to Interior Designers
  • Basic Materials (Brick, Cement, Concrete, Wood, Glass, Stone, Ceramic

MODULE Building Construction

  • Types of Buildings
  • Components of a Building
  • Architectural Symbols & Material Representation
  • Basics of Foundation
  • Brick & Stone Masonry
  • Types of Walls Load & Non-load bearing
  • Carpentry Joints
  • Opening Doors, Windows, Ventilators, Arches
  • Staircases

MODULE Interior Space Planning

  • Design process
  • Organization of Space
  • Concepts of:
    – Bedroom Designing,
    – Kitchens,
    – Bathrooms
    – Living Rooms
    – Other areas of a Residence
  • Major & Minor Circulation Spaces.
  • Space planning of a Residence.

PROJECT 1: Residence Design

Plan & Design a Residence, with the given specifications (by the faculty), based on a theme/ style/ concept.
– Client Profile
– Concept Sheet/ Mood board
– Table of Brief Requirements
– Site Plan
– Architectural Layout
– Zoning Plan
– Furniture & Working Layout
– Wall/ Sectional Elevations
– Furniture Sketches/Isometric Views

PROJECT 2: Retail Design Basics Ergonomics, Types of layouts, Consumer buying behaviour, merchandise visual concepts, etc.

Plan & Design a Retail Showroom, with the given specifications (by the faculty), based on Brand/multi-brand/product outlet.
– Client Profile, Concept Sheet/ Mood board
– Table of Brief Requirements,
– Site Plan
– Relationship Diagram, Bubble Diagram
– Space Allocation Plan/Architectural Layout
– Furniture & Working Layout
– Wall/ Sectional Elevations
– Isometric Views/Perspective Views

SEMESTER II

MODULE AutoCAD 2D

  • Coordinate & Cartesian System
  • Interface, Menus, Drawing Aids
  • Drafting Settings & Option Settings
  • Formatting Units, Limits, Zoom, Limmax
  • Draw Commands: Line, Circle, XL, Polyline, Polygon, Arc, Rectangle, Spline, Ellipse, Revision Cloud
  • Edit Commands: Erase, Move, Copy, Explode
  • Display Commands: Zoom, Window Selection, Pan, Real Time
  • Modify Commands: Array, Mirror, Trim, Extend, Offset, Scale, Rotate, Chamfer, Fillet
  • Blocks, Text, Layers & Dimensions

MODULE Interior Space Components

  • Types of Partitions
  • Panelling & Cladding
  • False Ceiling & sections
  • Types of Floors & Flooring

MODULE Building Materials

Advance Building Materials:
– Fabric & Upholstery
– Metal & Non-Metal Alloys
– Plastic
– POP & Gypsum
– Misc. Materials: Adhesives & Sealants for Joints, etc.
– Roof Materials

MODULE Building Services

  • Plumbing & Drainage
  • Electrical & Lighting
  • Damp Proofing – brief
  • Air-conditioning

MODULE Interior Space Planning Corporate Office & Retail Design

PROJECT 3: Office Design Basics ergonomics, space planning, workplace environment

  • Plan & Design a Corporate Office, with the given specifications (by the faculty), based on a Work Function from Industry.
  • Client Profile, Concept Sheet/ Mood board
  • Site Plan
  • Relationship Diagram, Bubble Diagram, Single line diagram
  • Space Allocation Plan, Zoning Plan
  • Furniture & Working Layout
  • Flooring plan, RCP, Data Networking Plan
  • Electrical & Wiring layouts
  • Wall/ Sectional Elevations
  • Isometric Views/Perspective Views

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