Introduction to Interior Design

Image Credit: Plymouth College of Art

Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, Plymouth, PL4 8AT

+44 (0)1752 203434
shortcourses@pca.ac.uk
https://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/courses/short-courses/

Monday 03 September 2018 – Wednesday 03 October 2018
6-9pm
Opening Hours: 05/12/18
Admission Fee: £220
Booking essential
https://www.plymouthart.ac.uk/courses/short-courses/

Discover the fascinating world of interior design on this 10-week introductory course. Ideal for anyone who wishes to gain a general understanding of interior design, it offers the chance to experience a variety of topics through a combination of informal taught sessions and a creative project. Over the course of ten weeks you will cover subjects including: the interior design process, exploring style and developing a scheme including how to apply colour, pattern and texture. You will learn a broad range of skills such as space planning and how to draw scale plans and elevations. You’ll also gain a basic understanding of project management for interior design and how to develop documentation such as interior schedules, specifications and budgets. Whether you wish to study this subject for your own interest or wish to apply to further interior design courses, the course will provide you with an ideal opportunity to learn the basic tools of the interior design trade. Students will be asked to bring along visuals of interiors that they love from magazines or online to discuss.

 

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