Diploma in Interior Design

This diploma coursein interior design covers semester I and II with modules such as AutoCAD 2D, Interior Space Components, Basics of Drafting, Introduction to Building Materials etc.


MODULE - Foundation
  • Basics of Design
  • Elements and Principles of Design
  • Graphical representation of 2D& 3D Lines, shapes, forms
  • Rendering: Shading, scribbling
  • Color scheme and Color psychology (Color wheel, primary, secondary and tertiary colors, tints, tones and shades)
  • Doodling, Stippling (Pointillism)
  • 3D Illusions
  • Textures
  • Lettering
  • Stippling (Pointillism)
  • One point perspective
  • Two-point perspective
  • Observation, life, outdoor, human drawing
  • Creativity/idea lab (each specialisation)
  • Art history
MODULE - Basics of Drafting
  • Use of Drafting Instruments & Scales (Imperial & Metric)
  • Orthographic Projections Geometric Shapes
  • Elevations and Views (Isometric & Axonometric) 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 of Double Bed, Wardrobe, Table, Chair, Sofa & Dining Set
  • Measured Drawing of Room.
MODULE - Building Materials I

Introduction to Building Materials; Importance to Interior Designers

  • Basic Materials
  • Brick
  • Cement
  • Concrete
  • Wood
  • Glass
  • Stone
  • Ceramic
  • Tiles
  • Carpet & Rugs
  • Window treatment
  • Floor treatment
  • Wall treatments
MODULE - Building Construction I
  • 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

MODULE - Basics of Photography


  • 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 II
  • Advance Building Materials:

– Fabric & Upholstery

– Metal & Non-Metal Alloys

– Plastic

– POP & Gypsum

– Misc. Materials: Adhesives & Sealants for Joints, etc.

– Roof Materials

MODULE - Building Services I
  • Plumbing & Drainage
  • Electrical & Lighting
  • Damp Proofing – brief
  • Air-conditioning
MODULE - Interior Space Planning Residence and Corporate Office

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: 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

– Table of Brief Requirements, Furniture Area Analysis & Total Area Analysis

– 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

Upon successful competition of the one year Diploma in Interior Design, students can choose to progress into the second year of study and avail of the Advanced Diploma in Interior Design.

A list of programs offered is as follows :

Diploma / Advance Diploma / UG Diploma in Fashion and Textile Design (One/two/ three Year/s)

Diploma / Advance Diploma / UG Diploma in Interior Design (One/two/ three Year/s)

Diploma / Advance Diploma / UG Diploma in Graphic & Web Design(One/two/ three Year/s)
The Program Structures are provided on our website for all programs, kindly visit

Fashion & Textile Design

Interior Design Programs

Graphic & Web Design
Students are awarded a Diploma/ Advance Diploma/ UG Diploma by LISAA Delhi.
Students are assessed mid-term and end-term Jury held in the months of May & December respectively. The jury includes senior faculty members and experts from the respective industry.
Class Days - 4 Days in a Week
Class Hours - 4 Hours
Our faculty members carry extensive industry experience as well as experience in offering training in specialized areas of design.
Please contact 9818882303 for the prevailing fee structure.
Students can pay the fee at one time or in installments. The detailed structure will be issued on admission.
Please contact 9818882303 for prevailing schemes.
Bank loan facility through the institution is available currently through Bajaj Finserv @ 0% Rate of Intrest.

The students can, however, approach the banks for personal loans/student loan which should be easily available for the given amount. Please note Lisaa will provide admission documents required for a bank loan.

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Duration: 1 Year
Lectures: 11
Level: Beginner

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