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I CAD MAKES YOU WORLD CLASS INTERIOR DESIGNER

INTRODUCTION

Interior designing which was not given much importance hitherto, has at once became much sought after career today. There has been a rise in demand for interior designers in recent times. Today, everyone wants a functional dwelling place, which also looks good. At the same time, space comes at a premium and it must bedesigned well so that maximum functions can be done from constructed quarter. What we need to today is anacute need to professionally trained interior designers. In order to fulfill this need, this course on“Interior designing” will be of immense one to train the people who desire to take this as a career..

WHY INTEROR DESIGN FROM I CAD

The I CAD Course in Interior Design & Decoration is an in-depth and practical course that covers the of interior design and decoration - preparing you for a career in the industry. Any consultant working with interior spaces must have the skill and ability to select appropriate colour and style details, as this is the only way to create interior schemes that are visually attractive and coherent. To do this effectively, you need to have a thorough understanding of the elements of style and design, so that you can successfully deconstruct and reconstruct any style effectively, making changes and adaptations to reflect the individual preferences of your client. Developing these skills play a significant part in this course, however the program goes beyond mere interior decoration; teaching you the of professional interior design by planning interior layouts, designing soft-furnishings and lighting schemes, and learning how to communicate your ideas professionally to both clients and contractors etc…On successful completion of this course you will be able to provide clients with design solutions that are as practical as they are visually pleasing, and you will have sufficient skills and knowledge to implement your changes successfully..

OBJECTIVES

  • To equip the students with the knowledge on elements and principles of Interior Design
  • To get insight into variety of furniture, lighting, furnishings suitable for the interiors
  • To become aware of various services in an interiors
  • To train in the selection of appropriate materials for different surfaces
  • To impart skill in drawing ergonomically fit interior schemes for residential and commercial buildings
  • To learn computer interface in interior designing
  • To develop professionalism in becoming an interior designer.

SKILLS TO BE PROVIDED

  • Designing aesthetic sense and good taste
  • Judgement in selecting various material required for interior designing
  • Experience in scale drawing and presentation techniques of interiors
  • Developing hands on experience in use of computers for interior designing
  • Professional practice.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Wage employment:

Interior designers in:

  • Interior designing firms
  • Construction companies
  • In-house designers in Government and Non-Government offices
  • Hospitals, Schools,hotels.malls, Residential and Commercial buildings.
  • Window designers
  • Accessory designer
  • Event designer
  • Spatial designer

Self-Employment

  • Renovation and remodeling of interiors
  • Furniture designer
  • Interior Designer accessories
  • Residential window designers
  • Design consultants
  • Commercial or residential interior designers
  • Estimators for interior designing
  • Setting up interior designing studio as a small enterprise.

HERE IS OUR WORLD CLASS INTERIOR DESIGN COURSES

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN ( 1year)

Duration – 1 year

  • FREE HAND DRAWING AND DRAFTING
  • STYLE AND DESIGN
  • COLOUR CONSULTANCY
  • liGHTING
  • MATERIALS AND FURNISHING
  • BUDGET AND COSTING
  • CADD APPliCATION IN INTERIOR DESIGN
  • VISUAL MERCHANDISING AND EXHIBITION DESIGN

Masters Diploma in interior design ( 2year)

Duration – 2 years

  • FREE HAND DRAWING AND DRAFTING
  • CONSTRUCTION
  • DESIGN HISTORY AND PERIOD DÉCOR
  • PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
  • VASTU
  • STYLE AND DESIGN
  • COLOUR CONSULTANCY
  • LIGHTING
  • MATERIALS AND FURNISHING
  • BUDGET AND COSTING
  • CADD APPLICATION IN INTERIOR DESIGN
  • VISUAL MERCHANDISING AND EXHIBITION DESIGN

COURSE CONTENT

I CAD interor design course content is 100 percent practical oriented ,comprehensive and intensive of its kind. Students will get exposure to real-live projects.. Taught by experienced instructors in who are working interior designers . OUR batch size is only 6-8 students per batch. Individual training to students and careful analysis of all student views is an I CAD policy and we take pride in our course curriculum which is updateto reflect industry development by an active advisory board consisting of top notch professional designers. After successful completion of the course the student will graduate with a diploma and freshly produced portfolio of their own work on.
The following pages will give you a broad overview of what you will learn…

STYLE AND DESIGN:

  • What Makes a Style? -How to analyse and identify the key elements of a variety of styles
  • Categories of Style -Major design styles around the world
  • Eclecticism in Design -Beyond style, designing for the individual client
  • The Elements & Principles of Design -The building blocks of design and how to use them successfully in interiors (Shape & Form, pattern & texture, rhythm & harmony etc...)
  • Achieving Visual Balance -Symmetry, asymmetry and radial balance
  • Designing with Space -Planning space effectively & Open-Plan living
  • Accessories & Finishing Touches -Using decorative details to create a design that is individual and up-to-the-minute.

COLOUR CONSULTANCY

  • Colour Science - What exactly is colour; the relationship between colour and light
  • Colour Theory -The natural laws of colour and how to use them
  • Successful Colour Combinations -How to make any colour look good (so that you can work with any colour successfully)
  • Colour Characteristics -Using colour to disguise, emphasise and create illusions in your interior schemes
  • Colour Notation -Understanding the language of colour so you can communicate your design decisions with knowledge and confidence
  • Colour Psychology - How and why colours affect our emotions, and the importance of colour psychology to you as an Interior Designer!

MATERIALS AND FURNISHINGS

  • Walls, Ceilings & Work Surfaces - A complete look of the options available and how specialist preparation and installation techniques can impact your design choices short and long-term.
  • Flooring Choices -This area receives the most wear, so designers must be familiar with the options available in soft, hard & semi-hard flooring and the practical implications.
  • Paints & Wallpapers -These play a major role in residential interiors, and are examined in depth with guides for calculating requirements
  • Specialist Decorative Finishes -Using murals, trompe l’oeil and faux finishes to achieve dramatic and unique interiors
  • Kitchen & Bathroom Design -Planning space efficiently and the kitchen “Work Triangle”
  • Storage -Maximising space for improved living
  • Practical Planning -Creating an Order of Work and logical work flow pattern
  • Creating Your Design -Analysing client requirements

LIGHTING

  • Natural lighting -How to make the most of natural lighting with glass and mirrors
  • Artificial lighting -Various lighting effects & how to achieve them
  • Quality of light -The right way to choose bulbs & light fittings
  • Adaptation Levels -Choosing appropriate light levels for specific requirements
  • The Technicalities of lighting -What’s relevant and what’s not in residential interiors
  • Switches & Wiring -Practical issues and safety considerations
  • Electrical Plans & Specifications -How to create clear instructions for general contractors and electricians

DESIGN HISTORY AND PERIOD DECOR

  • Critical Analysis -Exploring how social & political circumstances influence the design
  • Early Design Styles -From Egyptian to Rococo
  • Turning Points in History -How the past has influenced the way we live, contributing to the greatest shifts in design (The Dark Ages, Renaissance, The Industrial Revolution & The Information Age)
  • Global Design Styles -Looking at western and non-western design styles and understanding how and why regional variations developed over time
  • Review of Design Styles Throughout the Ages -From Baroque to Neo-Classical and the Victorian age onwards
  • Modernism -International Style and the regional styles of the 21st Century

CONSTRUCTION

  • The Prinicples of Building Design -understanding the how and why of building construction from foundations to roofs
  • Renovating Existing Interiors -how to make major structural alterations to an existing building and meet building & legal requirements
  • Planning Building Layouts -planning commercial layouts and internal partitioning structures
  • Stairs & Disabled Access -designing stairs & disabled access for commercial interiors
  • Building Services -planning for Electrics, Plumbing and HVAC (Heating, Venitlation & Air Conditioning) and specifying according to the order of work
  • lighting & Security -designing commercial lighting systems, and meeting regulations (emergency lighting & security systems)
  • Whole Building Design -planning building interiors so that systems, layouts and finishes work together in synchronization to increase quality of life for the occupants

Vastu

Introduction to vastu History of Vastu, Growth of Vastu, Scientific approach to vastu, Therotical approach to vastu.

Basic of Vastu and directions. Directions and corners, Use of magnetic compass, Various entries, levels & weight, open space and balconies.. Inclination and its measurements, extension and cut in plots, locations.

Practical Vastu Puja room, bedroom, kitchen, children room, store, Decluttering, study room, commercial and Industrial units.

Tools and devices devicesVastu energy enhancing tools and devices, effects of good and bad vastu.

Tips for enhancing energy in the vastu. Pyramids ,Dimension and shape of pyramids,  Use of Pyramids,Elementary Fengshui ,Introduction, theory of five elements, fengshui tips, comparison between vastu and fengshui.Practical cases in vastu.Personality development & Vastu Presentation.Practical Exposure ,Case Study, Viva.

VISUAL MERCHANDISING

Visual Merchandising is the activity of maximising the impact of Retail Display space and has become an important element in retailing.

Visual Merchandisers create displays using colour, lighting, space, product information, sensory inputs such as smell, touch, and sound as well as technologies such as digital displays and interactive installations.

This course will enable students to identify, select and pursue their career opportunities in the retail industry.

The retail sector is a major employer and requires skilled staff in a range of jobs such as: Shop Floor Planning and Display, Window Display, Sales, Buying, Staff Management

This practical course aims to give participants a solid understanding of the skills required to maximise the impact of any retail display space. The programme is intended for those working in the Retail Sector and for those considering a career in Visual Merchandising.

Content

  • Fixtures and Fittings - how to suit them to the product; custom built or readymade
  • Mannequins - suitability; how to dress them
  • Use of Props - where to get props; how to use them
  • Graphics - as a prop/visual aid; as information
  • Lighting - its importance; best uses
  • Merchandising - general tips; visual awareness; customer relations/communication

EXHIBITION DESIGN

Exhibition designers design exhibitions and display stands for events ranging from large public exhibitions such as the Ideal Home Show to conferences and exhibitions for trade and industry or temporary displays for businesses, museums, libraries and galleries.

Designers present their ideas in sketches, scale plans, computer-generated visuals and models for discussion with the client. Once these are agreed they produce final specifications.

To work as a designer you need:

  • Design and artistic skills
  • The ability to think creatively and laterally
  • Technical drawing skills and computer aided design experience
  • Knowledge of safety and licensing regulations
  • The ability to work to tight deadlines
  • Model making skills
  • Good communication skills
  • The ability to use computer aided design packages
  • Numerical skills
  • Awareness of health and safety issues
  • Teamworking ability

Career Opportunities

As an exhibition designer you might be employed as part of a team by an independent studio. Other employers include national and local government, and large organisations such as museums with their own design departments. There is a steady demand for the services of talented and experienced professionals.

Promotion to team leader or partner may be possible with a successful record of work. Many designers work freelance and need to build up contacts and reputation in order to be successful.

PROFFESIONAL PRACTISE AND PRESENTATION

Here, you'll learn everything you need to know to practice as a working interior designer.Learn how to market your interior design services. Get education on the business aspects of the client and contractor relationship.

In a professional practice class, you'll see how an interior design firm is run and organized. Gain valuable insight on the tools you need to manage a project.

You'll also get the basic knowledge you need to start and run your own interior design firm.

B.A/ BSc in interior design

PROGRAMME CODE ‐‐‐ 324

BACHELOR OF ARTS IN INTERIOR DESIGN (BAID)

YEAR I


CODE SUBJECT CREDIT
BAID11 Principles of Interior Design 5
BAID12 Basics of Drawing and Graphics 5
BAID13 Elements of Material 5
BAID14 Construction Techniques 5
BAID15P Practical‐Basics of Drawing and Graphics 6
BAID16P Practical‐Construction Techniques 6
  Total 32

YEAR II


CODE SUBJECT CREDIT
BAID21 Art & Architecture History 5
BAID22 Interior Furnishing 5
BAID23 Life Space Planning 5
BAID24 Interior and Exterior Treatments 5
BAID25P Practical‐Life Space Planning 6
BAID26P Project‐ Interior Design Studio 7
  Total 33

YEAR III


CODE SUBJECT CREDIT
BAID31 Entrepreneurship Development 5
BAID32 Computer Aided Design 5
BAID33P Practical‐Computer Aided Design 6
BAID34P Portfolio Development ‐ Project Work and Viva Voce 15
  Total 31

Detailed Syllabus

Year I

BAID11 ‐‐‐ Principles of Interior Design

Unit 1: Introduction: Lettering and scales, fundamentals interior designing interior design industry, interior design concepts, difference in architects, interior designers and decorators, skills needed to become an interior designer, the aims of this course, how to do the course, what skills do you need?, assessing your strengths and weaknesses, interior designing as a profession, interior design employment, Measurements

Unit 2: Designing Concept: Drawing media and equipments‐ pencil shading, drawing pens, black lead pencils, Shading techniques and different media, How to shade in drawing, shading of human figures.

Unit 3: Basic Of Design: Elements Of Design: Point‐nothingness of the point‐things comes out of nothing, Linedefinition‐ types of lines Shapes‐ definition‐ types of shapes, Form‐ form and shapes, texture Space, color, pattern. Principles of Design: Balance‐ classification of balance‐ symmetrical/asymmetrical, Proportion, Rhythm‐ methods of rhythm, Emphasis‐ principles of emphasis, Harmony‐principles of harmony.

Reference Book:

  • Interior Design Course by Tomris Tangaz.
  • The Decoration of Houses by Edith Wharton, Ogden Codman.

BAID12 ‐‐‐ Basics of Drawing and Graphics

Unit 1: Introduction/ drawing equipments/ sheet

  • Introduction
  • T‐square and set square
  • Scales‐types and use
  • French curves
  • Drawing sheet
  • Sheet layout
  • Sheet sizes

Unit 2: Lines, lettering and dimensioning

  • Lines ‐ Types of lines and line thickness
  • Lettering
  • Single stroke letter
  • Gothic lettering
  • Dimensioning: Types of dimensioning, Different types of dimensioning line

Unit 3: Geometrical figures


BAID13 ‐‐‐ Elements of Material

Unit 1: Elements of Material – Building Material – Types and Uses: Clay Product, Stone, Brick, Cement, Mortar, Concrete, Timber, Plywood and related product, Plastics.

Unit 2: Elements of Material –II: Glass, Paints and Varnish, Ferrous and Non Ferrous, Gypsum and related product.

Unit 3: Structure of Building: Different part of building, Introduction to RCC & load bearing structure, Carpentry Joints, Introduction to various carpentry joints & use.

Unit 4: Doors & Windows: Different types of door & window, its part & materials. Its application.

Unit 5: Partitions: Exercise on fully paneled, partly paneled partitions, Different types, material, its detailing & application.

Unit 6: Flooring: Introduction of various flooring material, Method of fixing, Uses in Interior, Composition of flooring pattern, Ceiling, Different types of ceiling, P.O.P. ceiling in detail, Electric fittings in P.O.P.

Unit 7: Staircase: Types, Material, different technical terms, Designing of wooden staircase, railing, Total Min No Of Sheets.

Reference Book:

  • Elements Of Material by Van Vlack.
  • Elements of Materials by Lawrence H. Van Vlack.

BAID14 ‐‐‐ Construction Techniques

Unit 1: Basic idea of Construction; Basic requirement of a Building; Basic Component, function and their requirement; Classification of Building; Types of Foundation.

Unit 2: Masonry Construction, Walls and Lintels; Brick Masonry: Tool of Brick Lying, Types of Bond; Stone Masonry: Classification of Stone Masonry; Floor and Floor Finishes; Door and Window; False Ceiling; Partition; Paneling; Staircase; Arches.

Unit 3: Partition wall, introduction, advantages, requirements for good partition wall, types of partition walls, importance, brick partitions, clay black partitions, Glass block partitions, straw board partitions, Hallow block partitions, Concrete partitions, wooden partitions, plaster slab partitions, asbestos cement

Unit 4: A good staircase, introduction, definition, requirements of a good, staircase.

Unit 5: Classification of stairs, types of stairs, straight stairs, Quarter turn stairs, half turn stairs, three quarters turn stairs, Circular stairs, spiral stairs, curved stairs,

Unit 6: Introduction ‐ construction of steps ‐ handrail ‐ head room ‐ cup board, Under stair

Unit 7: Door, special doors, sliding doors, sliding folding door, Shutter doors, revolving doors,

Unit 8: Steel plated doors, metal covered play wood doors, Corrugated steel,

Unit 9: Doors, swinging doors, Doors in combination with windows,

Unit 10: Ventilations, swing doors, Window, bay window, cable window, sky light, north light


Reference Books:

  • Construction—techniques by Glenn E. Baker.
  • Materiality and Interior Construction by James (Jim) C Postell, Nancy Gesimondo

Year II

BAID21 ‐‐‐ Art & Architecture History


Unit 1: Primitive beginning – (Stone Age to Neolithic)

Unit 2: Birth of civilization – (Asia minor, Egyptian, Mesopotamian)

Unit 3: Indian Context (Indus Valley Civilization, Aryan Civilization,

Unit 4: Hindu Architecture – Temples, Khajurao)

Unit 5: History of Art

Unit 6: Indian art from pre‐historic‐renaissance

Unit 7: Contemporary art in India

Unit 8: Presentation on the works of : Rabindra Nath Tagore, Nand Lal Bose, Amrita Sher Gill, M.F. Hussain, Satish Gujral.


Reference Book:

  • A History of Interior Design by John F. Pile.
  • Interior Design by Jenny Gibbs.

BAID22 ‐‐‐ Interior Furnishing

Unit 1: Ceiling Treatment, False Ceiling

Unit 2: Walls‐Wall Treatment

Unit 3: Door and Windows – Simple and Designer

Unit 4: Flooring: Types, Use and Rates

Unit 5: Furnishing of Residence and Office

Unit 6: Furnishing using Accessories

Unit 7: Wall Treatment of Residence and Offices

Unit 8: Importance of Lighting

Unit 9: Layout of wiring – selection‐ safety – aesthetics, Electric and communication distribution systems , guidelines, Concept ‐ advantage ‐ requirement – installation.

Unit 10: Computer suite – cavity Floor ‐ false ceiling ‐ partitions and doors ‐ emergency door, Introduction, Indian interior design.

Unit 11: Concept ‐ carpets and rugs ‐ machine made carpets, Coir and latex, rubberized coir ‐ durries – coir Matting.

Unit 12: Purpose of upholstery‐ structure of upholstery ‐ layers of upholstery ‐ cotton cloth.

Unit 13: Jute cloth‐ spiral springs‐ gunny cloth, padding Materials, lining cloth, covering material


Reference Book:

  • Contemporary Western Design: High‐Style Furniture and Interiors by Thea Marx
  • Interior design: a laboratory manual for house furnishing by Alice Waugh.

BAID23 ‐‐‐ Life Space Planning

Unit 1: Concept of space –factors influencing living space, requirements, need for space, space occupancy, owner ship, style and other general factors.

Unit 2: Significance of housing – functions of house, selection of site, Types of house planssite plan, floor plan Televation, cross – sectional plan, perspective plan. Satisfaction in – individual houses, multi ‐stored flats, row houses, one room apartments.

Unit 3: Division of space – private, public, work and traffic – definition, utility, determinants, Utility space –laundry facilities.

Unit 4: Principles of House plan – Aspect, orientation, prospect, privacy, grouping, roominess, flexibility,circulation furniture requirements, sanitation, considerations.

Unit 5: Methods of construction ‐ Types of construction – meaning, basic knowledge in types of construction – load bearing and non‐load bearing and Cast in site and Prefabrication – advantages and limitations.


Reference Book:

  • Prabhakar, L.V. (1998), Vasthu – The user’s manual, The Avenue press, Chennai.
  • Despande, R.S. (1974), Build your own home, United Book Corporation, Poona.
  • Riggs, R. (1992), Materials and components of Interior Design, prentice Hall of India Pvt.Ltd, New Delhi.
  • Rao, C.H.G. (1995), Plants for small houses, Jai Ganesh offset Printers, chennai.
  • Faulkner, R, and Faulkner s. (1987), Inside Today’s Home, Rinehart publishing company, Newyork.

BAID24 ‐‐‐ Interior and Exterior Treatments

Unit 1: Climate, study of climate condition, air temperature, relation humidity, Ventilation, types of heat, shedding of heat, movement of air coding of air, Humidification, mechanical ventilation, natural ventilation, thermal control.

Unit 2: Visible light, designing for day light, day light calculation, day light factor, Lighting, covers & planning of light, Position of lighting, Position of lighting points, strength of light, effective use light sources, Artificial light source.

Unit 3: Electric light sources, development of non electric light sources, lamp color, Distribution systems, advantages of electric environment, Protection devices, Planning, sources of water supply system, types of pipes, plumbing systems, Tap value & cocks, Storage tank, house plumbing.

Unit 4: Water supply, hot and cold supply, sanitary engineering, Sewer, sewage disposal, water carriage system

Unit 5: Refuse disposal, types of disposal, quality & quantity of refuse, Storage & separation of disposal, refuse collection, recovery of refuse, Conservancy system, water arrange systems, Septic tank, construction.

Unit 6: Soil adsorption, methods of soil absorption systems, pipe & pipe fitting.

Unit 7: Sanitary fitting, types of sanitary fittings, domestic storage campsites, Urinals requirements for sanitary fittings, drains & services, open drains, draw section.

Unit 8: Fire fighting, causes of fire in buildings, types of fire, spread of fire, Fire safety.


Reference Books:

  • Fundamentals of Residential Construction by Edward Allen, Rob Thallon.
  • Finish carpentry: a complete interior & exterior guide by William Perkins Spence.

BAID25P ‐‐‐ Practical ‐Life Space Planning

BAID26P ‐‐‐ Project‐ Interior Design Studio


Year III

BAID31 ‐‐‐ Entrepreneurship Development

Unit 1: Entrepreneurship: Concept/Meaning , Need , Competencies/qualities of an entrepreneur

Unit 2: Entrepreneurial Support System : District Industry Centres (DICs) , Commercial Banks , State Financial Corporations , Small Industries Service Institutes (SISIs), Small Industries Development , Bank of India (SIDBI), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural, Development (NABARD), National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC) and other relevant institutions/organizations at State level Market Survey and Opportunity Identification (Business Planning) .

Unit 3: How to start a small scale industry , Procedures for registration of small scale industry , List of items reserved for exclusive manufacture in small scale industry, Assessment of demand and supply in potential areas of growth, Understanding business opportunity , Considerations in product selection , Data collection for setting up small ventures.


Reference Books:

  • A Handbook of Entrepreneurship, Edited by BS Rathore and Dr JS Saini; Aapga Publications, Panchkula (Haryana)
  • Entrepreneurship Development by CB Gupta and P Srinivasan, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi
  • Environmental Engineering and Management by Suresh K Dhamija, SK Kataria and Sons, New Delhi

BAID32 ‐‐‐ Computer Aided Design

Unit 1: Computer basics

Unit 2: window XP.

Unit 3: Paint brush.

Unit 4: control panel.

Unit 5: Printing, scanning.

Unit 6: internet.

Unit 7: Ms‐ Word, ms‐excel, MS‐PowerPoint.

Unit 8: Auto‐Cad: In this course the student will learn to use powerful software like AUTO C.A.D. the course is designed to offer knowledge about the modern 2d & 3d techniques. Advanced tools allow to the designer to analyze conditions.

Unit 9: In This Course The Student Will Learn To Use Powerful Software Like 3ds‐Max. The Course Is Designed To Offer Knowledge About The Modern 3d Techniques. Advanced Tools Allow To The Designer To Analyze Conditions.

Reference Books:

  • Computer‐Aided Design by Victor Lopez Jaquero.
  • Computer Basics by Michael Price.
  • AutoCAD Tutorials by Frede Uhrskov.
  • Introducing 3ds Max by Dariush Derakhshani, Randi Lorene Munn.

BAID33P ‐‐‐ Practical‐Computer Aided Design

BAID34P ‐‐‐ Portfolio Development ‐ Project Work and Viva Voce

M.A/MSC in interior design

COURSE TITLE : M.Sc Interior Design

DURATION : 2YEARS

MODE : SEMESTER

TOTAL DEGREE MARKS: 3200


FIRST SEMESTER

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Research Method And Statistic MSCID/S/101 40 60 NA NA 100
Construction Materials And Furniture Design MSCID/S/102 40 60 NA NA 100
Light And Colors In interior Design MSCID/S/103 40 60 NA NA 100
Building Construction For Interior Design MSCID/S/104 40 60 NA NA 100

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Fundamentals of Interior Designing MSCID/S/201 40 60 NA NA 100
Design Visualization & Presentation MSCID/S/202 40 60 NA NA 100
Residential Interiors MSCID/S/203 40 60 NA NA 100
COMMERCIAL INTERIORS MSCID/S/204 40 60 NA NA 100

THIRD SEMESTER

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Furnishing For Interior MSCID/S/301 40 60 NA NA 100
Advanced Building Services MSCID/S/302 40 60 NA NA 100
Residential Interior Space Design MSCID/S/303 40 60 NA NA 100
Commercial Interior Space Design MSCID/S/304 40 60 NA NA 100

FOURTH SEMESTER

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Interior Landscaping MSCID/S/401 40 60 NA NA 100
Furnishings of Interiors MSCID/S/402 40 60 NA NA 100
Construction Techniques MSCID/S/403 40 60 NA NA 100
Sculpture and Modeling MSCID/S/404 40 60 NA NA 100

Syllabus for M.Sc. ID

First Semester

(MSCID-101)

Research Method And Statistic

Construction Materials And Furniture Design(MSCID-102)

Light And Colors In interior Design(MSCID-103)

Building Construction For Interior Design(MSCID-104)


Second Semester

Fundamentals of Interior Designing(MSCID-201)

Unit-1 Design – Definition, Importance, Requirements & Types structural Design -Decorative Design- Designing interiors- Good Taste; definition & importance- Design themes: Types and Application

Unit-2 Personality of the home- Art Elements- Line: Types, characteristics & importance- Form: Size & shape; characteristics- Colour: Sources, qualities,Emotiona effects-Colour wheel & schemes-Application of colour in Interiors- Texture: Types & significance- Pattern: Types & effects- Light: Importance, characteristics and application in interiors.

Unit-3 Principles of Design:- Harmony: Definition, Effects and application- Balance: Definition, Type and application- Proportion: Definition, Importance and Scale relationship- Rhythm: Definition, ways of achieving - Emphasis: Definition and application

Unit4 Basic Principles of space planning- Orientation- Aspect - Prospect- Privacy- Grouping- Roominess- Flexibility- Circulation- Furniture arrangements- Sanitation- Practical consideration

Unit-5· Interior Background Materials:Types, characteristics, use, care and maintenance of materials and finishes used / suitable for interiors- Walls- Floor- Ceiling- Roof.


Design Visualization & Presentation(MSEID-202)

Unit-1 Uses of presentations, communication through graphic language, various exercises in free hand

Unit-2 drawings, sketching and coloring in different media like pencil, charcol, pen and ink. Visualisation and expression.Presentation on line and text by thickness, darkness, scale/size, font style etc.. Presentation with physical alterations by shape, size, form and adding or subtracting materials .

Unit-3 Presentation with rendering with different medias and technics.Design, production and output.Study of textures in base materials like tracing papers, plain card sheets, rough textured sheets,plain papers , coated surfaces, canvas etc.

Unit-4 Study and analysis of character of light and its effect on three dimensional graphic composition through study; Appreciation of effect of light in interior and exterior of building. Crticial study of 2D drawings and their graphic importance in perspective making; Integration of the effect of light on buildings and perspective drawing.

Unit-5 Mixing hand and digital presentations.Digital presentations with graphic softwares. Visual presentation skills utilizing Graphic software to create a professional portfolio of work. The coursework also covers creating contents for a portfolio of work.


Residential Interiors(MSCID-203)

Unit-1 Importance of personal and group space in residential Buildings - Functions of Home- Activities in the Home - Grouping of activities – Private – Semi-private group-

Unit-2 Factors influencing residential space planning:- Climate: Building design Orientation - Family needs and aspirations- Material availability in the market - Financial limits: cost and quality

Unit-3 Ergonomical Considerations: - Definition, application of ergonomic principals in interiors - Human space needs: Anthropometrics - Space needs for the interior elements of objects- Lighting for different locations and activities, measurement.- Ventilation and indoor air quality- Noise control methods

Unit-4 Interior Building Finishes their suitability and care- Walls: Paints, Wall Paper, Paneling and cladding material, glass, mirror etc.- Floor: Polished stones, ceramic tiles, vinyl, linoleum, wood etc.- Ceiling and False ceiling: Acoustical boards, Plaster of Paris -panel, aluminum panels, metal strips etc.

Unit-5 Interior Decorating Elements:- Furniture: Type, Utility and arrangement - Lighting: Function, Type and use- Furnishing Material: Soft and hard - Floor covering: Carpets and Rugs,- Door and Window: designs and treatments- Accessories: Importance, and varieties


COMMERCIAL INTERIORS(MSCID-204)

Unit-1 Study of factors influencing the designing of commercial space:- Purpose & location - Available space & specific needs- Activities to be performed - Material availability- Financial limits: Cost Vs Quality

Unit-2 Human factor in designing space for individual and group activities- Eating area- Recreational area- Health area- Shopping area- Indoor sports area- Bath and toilet area

Unit-3 Furniture for different activities in commercial establishment- Study of table, chairs, work counters, storage etc in terms of material & finishes, fittings and fixtures- Construction features: Ergonomic consideration

Unit-4 Building materials for the finishing effect of interior building components- Walls - Flooring – Ceiling

Unit-5 Assessment of needs of desires - Assessment of affordability - Material Choice- Planning time frame- Establishing relationship with clients of contractors- Framing terms & conditions


Third Semester

(MSCID-301)

Furnishing For Interior

Advanced Building Services(MSCID-302)

Residential Interior Space Design(MSCID-303)

Commercial Interior Space Design(MSCID-304)


Fourth Semester

(MSCID-401)

Interior Landscaping

Unit-1 Relation between built environment & their settings, elements of landscaping, use of water in landscape design, sculpture and landscape.

Unit-2 Study of terms like ecology and conversion horticulture, floriculture and arboriculture. Objectives- Determinants of landscape, natural and artificial landscape, soil topography, geology,contours, gradients, climates, etc. Classification of land.

Unit-3 Types of landscaping -Hard landscaping, and soft landscaping and its use in interiors. Landscape layout – Visual zones, natural characteristics, materials and contractions, ground modeling, ground cover, shrubs, hedges, grass, artificial pools, fountains, etc.

Unit-4 Classification of trees – Characteristics, uses in different contacts, of built environment.

Unit-5 Types of gardens and their characteristics, - Layout of public and private gardens, park system. Landscaping of historical monuments, residential, commercial and recreational areas, principals and example

Furnishings of Interiors(MSCID-402)

Unit-1 UPHOLSTERY covering materials and other items. Process of upholstery.Cushioning materials-springs, jute, cotton, Foams, rubber.Miscellaneous items such as cane, jute leather straps, slip covers fasteners, etc-Tapestries-basic properties, raw material-cotton, synthetic, woolen-Rexene, leather, blended etc., Design, Dye, textures, sizes, weight, stitching, prices, care.,

Unit-2 Curtains:- Curtains & draperies, Types of window shapes-Pleats:-Plain, French pleated etc., length of curtain.-Cotton curtain, silk curtains, cotton-silk mixed, synthetic fiber curtain, woolen, synthetic & wool-blended curtains, Flame resistant property, warp & weft texture, dyes, blends, weight, cost, care & maintenance, top treatment of windows- Pelmets, valances, swags & tails-Hardware for Curtains-: Rods, Poles, tracks, tiebacks, etc.,

Unit-3 Other Furnishings:-Bed covers, cushion covers-shapes, sizes, types of fillings, designs stitching ,Handlooms, mill made, Tufted, candlemier-Khadi & other types both & printed Table linen, bath mats, Toilet mats etc.,

Unit-4 Fittings: Doors, Windows, Ventilator fittings in various materials, like MS, Brass, and Aluminum-Plastic etc., Handles, bolts, Hinges, Springs, Locks, Latches etc.,Bathroom: Sanitary Accessories like Washbasins WC’s Bathtubs, Showers, Taps etc.,

Construction Techniques(MSCID-403)

Unit-1 Doors :--Definitions of Doors, Windows & Ventilators, Locations & size of Doors Windows & Ventilators, Technical terms pertaining to Doors & windows, Important types Doors & Windows in common use, Fixtures for Doors & Windows Location & sizes of following types of Doors used in buildings –Sliding , Revolving Pivoted, swing &folding doors in wood , Aluminium & Steel , P.V.C & Glass Pivoted & Dormer windows in wood, Steel, PVC, Aluminium & Glass

Unit-2 Lintels & Arches: - Necessities of Lintels & Arches & comparisons, stone lintels & RCC Lintels-Types of Arches & Centering for an Arch

Unit-3 False Ceiling in Plaster of Paris, Glass, Thermocole, laminated sheets,Wall paneling in Plywood, wood, laminated sheets

Unit-4: Types of Stairs, Terms involved in Stairs, Requirements of good Stairs, Design (Calculation) of Stairs. Application of various materials for stairs.

Sculpture and Modeling(MSCID-404)

Unit-1 Models: Advantages of models, different materials for making models including core materials & finishing-materials, tools , technics, application of scale , finishing & final presentation, modeling of interiorscaping & land scaping.Prepare models for the following: Wall paneling, false ceiling , a mock-up of bed room, lounge seating, an office cabin with furnitures, land scape for a campus garden.

Unit-2 Sculptures:Study of materials – Clay, acrylic, plastic, cement, concrete, plaster of paris, lime, white cement,stone, wood, sand, bronze, shell ,wax.Study of tools for casting , molding &carving .General principles of molding and adoption of scale & proportion.

Unit-3Molding with molding .techniques:Abrasion , abstraction, acid bath, acrylic, plastic fabrication, living forms, plaster building, mold making and cold casting, stone carving, metal forming, welding, bronze casting, sand casting, shell casting,Clay mixtures, building with clay, building vase, bowl, textured bottle.

Unit-4 Type of molds, preparing molds, templates, pressmolds, slip cast molds.

Unit-5 Prepare sculptures for the following:A wooden pillar, a human statue with clay, a statue with pop, a sculpture with cement, a vase with clay.

COURSE TITLE : M.B.A. Interior Design

DURATION : 2YEARS

MODE : SEMESTER

TOTAL DEGREE MARKS: 3200

First Semister

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Financial & mgt. accounting MBAID/S/101 40 60 NA NA 100
Managerial economics MBAID/S/102 40 60 NA NA 100
Organizational behavior & mgt. processes MBAID/S/103 40 60 NA NA 100
Business environment MBAID/S/104 40 60 NA NA 100
Research Methodology and Quantitative Techniques MBAID/S/105 40 60 NA NA 100

Second Semister

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Financial Management MBAID/S/201 40 60 NA NA 100
Human Resource Management MBAID/S/202 40 60 NA NA 100
Management Science MBAID/S/203 40 60 NA NA 100
Marketing Management MBAID/S/204 40 60 NA NA 100
Production and Operation Management MBAID/S/205 40 60 NA NA 100
International Business MBAID/S/206 40 60 NA NA 100

Third Semister

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Management Information System MBAID/S/301 40 60 NA NA 100
Strategic Management MBAID/S/302 40 60 NA NA 100
Construction Techniques MBAID/S/303 40 60 NA NA 100
Interior Landscaping MBAID/S/304 40 60 NA NA 100
Fundamentals of Interior Designing MBAID/S/305 40 60 NA NA 100

Fourth Semister

Course Title Paper Code Marks
Theory Practical Total
Internal External Internal External
Total Quality Management MBAID/S/401 40 60 NA NA 100
Environmental Management MBAID/S/402 40 60 NA NA 100
Design Visualization & Presentation MBAID/S/403 40 60 NA NA 100
Furnishings of Interiors MBAID/S/404 40 60 NA NA 100
Sculpture and Modeling MBAID/S/405 40 60 NA NA 100

Syllabus for
MBA(INTERIOR DESIGN)
3RD SEMESTER

MBAID-303

Construction Techniques

Unit-1 Doors :--Definitions of Doors, Windows & Ventilators, Locations & size of Doors Windows & Ventilators, Technical terms pertaining to Doors & windows, Important types Doors & Windows in common use, Fixtures for Doors & Windows Location & sizes of following types of Doors used in buildings –Sliding , Revolving Pivoted, swing &folding doors in wood , Aluminium & Steel , P.V.C & Glass Pivoted & Dormer windows in wood, Steel, PVC, Aluminium & Glass

Unit-2 Lintels & Arches: - Necessities of Lintels & Arches & comparisons, stone lintels & RCC Lintels-Types of Arches & Centering for an Arch

Unit-3 False Ceiling in Plaster of Paris, Glass, Thermocole, laminated sheets,Wall paneling in Plywood, wood, laminated sheets

Unit-4: Types of Stairs, Terms involved in Stairs, Requirements of good Stairs,Design (Calculation) of Stairs. Application of various materials for stairs.

MBAID-304

Interior Landscaping

Unit-1 Relation between built environment & their settings, elements of landscaping, use of water in landscape design, sculpture and landscape.

Unit-2 Study of terms like ecology and conversion horticulture, floriculture and arboriculture.Objectives- Determinants of landscape, natural and artificial landscape, soil topography, geology,contours, gradients, climates, etc. Classification of land.

Unit-3 Types of landscaping -Hard landscaping, and soft landscaping and its use in interiors. Landscape layout – Visual zones, natural characteristics, materials and contractions, ground modeling, ground cover, shrubs, hedges, grass, artificial pools, fountains, etc.

Unit-4 Classification of trees – Characteristics, uses in different contacts, of built environment.

Unit-5 Types of gardens and their characteristics, - Layout of public and private gardens, park system. Landscaping of historical monuments, residential, commercial and recreational areas, principals and example

MBAID 305

Fundamentals of Interior Designing

Unit-1 Design – Definition, Importance, Requirements & Types structural Design -Decorative Design- Designing interiors- Good Taste; definition & importance- Design themes: Types and Application

Unit-2 Personality of the home- Art Elements- Line: Types, characteristics & importance- Form: Size & shape; characteristics- Colour: Sources, qualities,Emotiona effects-Colour wheel & schemes-Application of colour in Interiors- Texture: Types & significance- Pattern: Types & effects- Light: Importance, characteristics and application in interiors.

Unit-3 Principles of Design:- Harmony: Definition, Effects and application- Balance: Definition, Type and application- Proportion: Definition, Importance and Scale relationship- Rhythm: Definition, ways of achieving - Emphasis: Definition and application

Unit4 Basic Principles of space planning- Orientation- Aspect - Prospect- Privacy- Grouping- Roominess- Flexibility- Circulation- Furniture arrangements- Sanitation- Practical consideration

Unit-5· Interior Background Materials:Types, characteristics, use, care and maintenance of materials and finishes used / suitable for interiors- Walls- Floor- Ceiling- Roof.

4TH SEMESTER
MBAID-403

Design Visualization & Presentation

Unit-1 Uses of presentations, communication through graphic language, various exercises in free hand

Unit-2 drawings, sketching and coloring in different media like pencil, charcol, pen and ink. Visualisation and expression.Presentation on line and text by thickness, darkness, scale/size, font style etc.. Presentation with physical alterations by shape, size, form and adding or subtracting materials .

Unit-3 Presentation with rendering with different medias and technics.Design, production and output.Study of textures in base materials like tracing papers, plain card sheets, rough textured sheets,plain papers , coated surfaces, canvas etc.

Unit-4 Study and analysis of character of light and its effect on three dimensional graphic composition through study; Appreciation of effect of light in interior and exterior of building. Crticial study of 2D drawings and their graphic importance in perspective making; Integration of the effect of light on buildings and perspective drawing.

Unit-5 Mixing hand and digital presentations.Digital presentations with graphic softwares. Visual presentation skills utilizing Graphic software to create a professional portfolio of work. The coursework also covers creating contents for a portfolio of work.

MBAID-404

Furnishings of Interiors

Unit-1 UPHOLSTERY covering materials and other items. Process of upholstery.Cushioning materials-springs, jute, cotton, Foams, rubber.Miscellaneous items such as cane, jute leather straps, slip covers fasteners, etc-Tapestries-basic properties, raw material-cotton, synthetic, woolen-Rexene, leather, blended etc., Design, Dye, textures, sizes, weight, stitching, prices, care.,

Unit-2 Curtains:- Curtains & draperies, Types of window shapes-Pleats:-Plain, French pleated etc., length of curtain.-Cotton curtain, silk curtains, cotton-silk mixed, synthetic fiber curtain, woolen, synthetic & wool-blended curtains, Flame resistant property, warp & weft texture, dyes, blends, weight, cost, care & maintenance, top treatment of windows- Pelmets, valances, swags & tails-Hardware for Curtains-: Rods, Poles, tracks, tiebacks, etc.,

Unit-3 Other Furnishings:-Bed covers, cushion covers-shapes, sizes, types of fillings, designs stitching ,Handlooms, mill made, Tufted, candlemier-Khadi & other types both & printed Table linen, bath mats, Toilet mats etc.,

Unit-4 Fittings: Doors, Windows, Ventilator fittings in various materials, like MS, Brass, and Aluminum-Plastic etc., Handles, bolts, Hinges, Springs, Locks, Latches etc.,Bathroom: Sanitary Accessories like Washbasins WC’s Bathtubs, Showers, Taps etc.,

MBAID-405

Sculpture and Modeling

Unit-1 Models:Advantages of models, different materials for making models including core materials & finishing-materials, tools , technics, application of scale , finishing & final presentation, modeling of interiorscaping & land scaping.Prepare models for the following: Wall paneling, false ceiling , a mock-up of bed room, lounge seating, an office cabin with furnitures, land scape for a campus garden.

Unit-2 Sculptures:Study of materials – Clay, acrylic, plastic, cement, concrete, plaster of paris, lime, white cement,stone, wood, sand, bronze, shell ,wax.Study of tools for casting , molding &carving .General principles of molding and adoption of scale & proportion.

Unit- 3 Molding with molding .techniques:Abrasion , abstraction, acid bath, acrylic, plastic fabrication, living forms, plaster building, mold making and cold casting, stone carving, metal forming, welding, bronze casting, sand casting, shell casting,Clay mixtures, building with clay, building vase, bowl, textured bottle.

Unit-4 Type of molds, preparing molds, templates, pressmolds, slip cast molds.

Unit-5 Prepare sculptures for the following:A wooden pillar, a human statue with clay, a statue with pop, a sculpture with cement, a vase with clay.

SPECIALISED INTERIOR DESIGN COURSES

RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS - Duration – 6 months

  • RESIDENTIAL SPACE PLANNING
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING RESIDENTIAL SPACE PLANNING
  • FURNITURE DESIGN
  • MATERIALS
  • COLOUR AND LIGHTING
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT

COMMERCIAL INTERIORS - Duration – 6 months

  • COMMERCIAL SPACE PLANNING
  • FACTORS INFLUENCING COMMERCIAL SPACE PLANNING
  • FURNITURE DESIGN
  • MATERIALS
  • COLOUR AND LIGHTING
  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT

RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL INTERIORS - Duration – 1 year

  • ANTHROPOMETRY
  • EXPOSURE TO BUILDING FINISHING MATERIALS
  • EVOLVING SIMPLE HOUSE PLANS FOR ONE SMALL AREA
  • EVOLVING SIMPLE HOUSE PLANS FOR ONE LARGE AREA
  • SPACE PLANNING FOR RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL AREAS
  • DETAILED DESIGN
  • DESIGN ANALYSIS OF SMALL COMMERCIAL CENTRES
  • DESIGN ANALYSIS OF LARGE COMMERCIAL CENTRES
  • DETAILED DESIGN
  • SCALE MODEL
  • COST AND BUDGET

LIST OF TOOLS & EQUIPMENT

Material Required for Conducting the Course

Consumable:

White papers, Chalk, dusters, Markers pens, White board pens, registers, computer accessories etc.

Non-Consumable

  • Class room – Fixed with Chalkboard, OHP, OHP Screen, Magnet boards.
  • Soft display boards for mounting students presentation.
  • Interior Design Studio- Draughtsman adjustable drawing Table (one table for each student)
  • Resource Room – Sample materials used for building construction, building finishes, furnishings, room
  • Accessories; Catalogues for different decorative products used in Interior designing, Special literature and
  • magazines highlighting the changing techniques in interior designing.
  • Laboratory – Worktables of 6 x 4’ for modeling, painting etc. (one table for 4 students)
  • Staff Table Chairs – one for each staff storage cup board.
  • Computer Lab with computers (Pentium IV with all accessories)- one for each students
  • Printer and Plotters – 2 each

Consumable (To be Procured by the student)

  • Class room – Fixed with Chalkboard, OHP, OHP Screen, Magnet boards.
  • Soft display boards for mounting students presentation.
  • Interior Design Studio- Draughtsman adjustable drawing Table (one table for each student)
  • Resource Room – Sample materials used for building construction, building finishes, furnishings, room
  • Accessories Catalogues for different decorative products used in Interior designing, Special literature and
  • magazines highlighting the changing techniques in interior designing.
  • Laboratory – Worktables of 6 x 4’ for modeling, painting etc. (one table for 4 students)
  • Staff Table Chairs – one for each staff storage cup board.
  • Computer Lab with computers (Pentium IV with all accessories)- one for each students
  • Printer and Plotters – 2 each

Imperial size Drawing Board, T- Square, Adjustable of two set squares 450 and 600, Pins, clips and brushes, Set of cardboard scales, or one architects scale, Drawing Sheets, Pencils H, HB, B & 2B, Eraser & Pencil Sharpeners, Instruments Box, Water/Postel Colours, Tracing Sheet, Camel Ink – Black, Inking Pen – 0.2, 0.3 and 0.5 (Indian made good quality), Architects templates – Lettering, furniture, sanitary, electrical, and mount boards & board cutting tools.

“New Complete Guide to Home Repair and Improvement”.

Magazines:

  • Inside Outside
  • Society Interiors
  • Design + Interiors
  • Architecture + Design

Computer Aided Design ( CAAD)  For Interior Designers

In today's world of accelerating change & improvement Interior designers and architect have to use tools that can enhance their over all productivity  and quality to achieve their goals.,. Even before the foundation is put into place and before the maiden crease of paint is splashed onto the walls of a would-be structure, a whole dream structure can be created. You could create a vivid walkthrough of a construction that until now has existed only in your imagination. Thus, this course is a specially designed course that will empower you to create your dream down to the last detail replete with furnishings.

Course Content: Creating 2D/3D drawings, perspectives, elevations, layouts, plans, views, photo realistic images, walkthroughs, flythroughs, models, etc. Applications:  To equip interior designers   with ability to create any kind of digital design.

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