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B.Sc. Interior Design.
KUVIO Studio Bangalore
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M.Sc. Interior Design
Sincere Architects Jaipur
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The flourishing infrastructure, housing & retail industry in India has emerged as one of the
most dynamic and fast paced industrial sector with several big players entering the market. In India, the vast middle class and almost untapped retail industry are the key forces of attraction for global retail giants waiting to enter new markets. This attraction has stimulated the growth of the retail industry and is growing at a faster rate.
Interior designers need to be creative, imaginative and artistic. They also need to be discipline, organized and
skilled business people. Combining aesthetic vision with practical skills and knowledge, interior designer work with clients to develop design solutions that are “aesthetically appealing, technically sophisticated and pragmatically satisfying “.
Area of design specialization
Designers work in a wide range of settings, both commercial and residential. Surveys indicate that a majority of designers practice at least part of the time in both the residential and commercial areas, although they tend to favor one or the other.
Because commercial designers must be knowledgeable about the clients’ business needs, most concentrate with design specialties, such as designing for the hospitality or health care industries. Some restrict themselves to particular subspecialties, for example, designing restaurants or residential kitchens and baths. A few work in highly specialized fields, like designing interiors for airplanes or yachts, or doing historic conversation or restoration.
Skills of success
As members of service profession, interior designers’ fortunes depend on their ability to satisfy clients. Thus, they must possess three important skills sets-artistic and technical skills, interpersonal skills and management skills: