Course Objectives

• To give expression to your creative ideas.
• To create a strong foundation in the basic principles and elements of design, drawing and color in order to develop a non-verbal design language, visual logic, and fluency of expression.
• To encourage creative expression and original work within a structured curriculum that balances theory and practice, vision and planning, creativity and logic, art and technology
• To develop skills in applying design principles in a wide variety of residential and non-residential projects; requiring knowledge of space planning, materials, finishes, textiles, lighting, surfaces, structures and codes
• To stress the relationship of environment to behavior and the importance of design sensitivity to human needs, integrating such issues as universal design, barrier-free accessibility, and diverse populations with design elements in design work-goals.
• To provide extensive training in computer skills for computer-aided design (CAD) and business
• To increase awareness of pressing social and environmental concerns, and address how design can help meet the needs of those with limited financial resources through community service.
• To achieve progress from inception to completion of projects.
• To develop an understanding of key materials and upcoming products used in construction.
• To gain understanding of implications of being a professional interior designer.
• To develop an understanding of factors governing the selection of interior domestic furniture and fittings
• To learn about vaastu and how to execute design with elements of vaastu.
• To learn about building services such as lifts, escalators, ventilation, plumbing services.
• To develop a sense of design to enter into any big professional body.

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