Course Intent

Dezyne Ecole college in affiliation with NSDC ( National Skill Development Corporation ) has launched 1st Year (Residential Design) and 2nd Year (Commercial Design) Diploma programs.

The Interior Designer is the person responsible for designing a space where the house adjusts to the needs of the person and not the person adjusting to the house as we generally do. They are the creators of machines for living as rightly said by the designer who designed the city of Chandigarh, Le Corbusier.

Constructed spaces need to be planned well if they are the residential areas. The planning of spaces is the first foundation of a good design. Students learn the skill of panning based on the various parameters of climatology, day lighting, building envelope, Anthropometry, Ergonomics, and Space Planning Methodology.

Another very important design sector is the commercial design sector, which deals with the store and retail, visual merchandising presentation, office and restaurant spaces. The students are taught how a person’s buying behaviour changes and what design layouts are needed to arouse the person for buying a product. The student prototypes the complete design area on the computer and creates models to give more attention to develop a sustainable design.

The interior designer should possess great observation skills and eye for detail as this will lead him to design better and effectively. This is a very practical study and the diploma programmes focuses mainly on the industry needs.

No. of Seats 30 + 30
Eligibility 12th (any stream)
Duration 1 year + 1 Year
Award 1st Year Diploma in Residential Interior Design (NSDC+MSDE+ Decole)
Award 2nd Year Advance Diploma in commercial Design (NSDC+MSDE +Decole)

Affiliations

NSDC

National Skill Development Corporation


Exit Profile

Designer 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, must concentrate with design specialties , such as designing for the hospitality or health care industries . Some restrict themselves to particular sub specialties for example designing restaurants or residential kitchens and baths. A few works in highly specialized fields, like designing interiors for airplanes or yachts or doing historic conversation or restoration.


Skills of Success

Designers must know how to plan a space and how to render that plan visually, so that it can be conveyed to the client. They must also be knowledgeable about the materials and products that will be used to create and furnish the space, and about how texture, colour, lighting and other factors combine and interact to gives a space its “feel” or “look”. In addition, they must understand the structural requirements of their plans, the health and safety issues, building codes, and many other technical aspects.

Designers must be comfortable meeting and dealing with many kinds of people. They must communicate clearly and effectively, as well as be attentive listeners. Because they often must work collaboratively with architects, contractors, and other service providers, designers need to be both good team leaders and good team players. They must be willing to negotiate and mediate when necessary to resolve problems.

The 2nd year completed Interior Design students undergo internship for duration of 2-6 Months where they learn industrial Skills which are practical. The Interior Design Students presents their portfolio after they complete their one year or two years Diploma Study Programme. Based on Their Portfolio & Diploma Work Performance of 2nd year the Student are Subjected to Internship. The Selection for Internship is Totally Based on Students Portfolio Submitted at The end of Year & Class Performance.