Introduction to Interior Design 2
Campus Granton Campus
Qualification SCQF Level 4
Study mode Evening
Duration 14 weeks
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Introduction to Interior Design 2 is designed for adults or school pupils with a keen interest in this subject or beginners with little or no Interior Design experience who would like to develop skills and understanding in this area.
You will be introduced to the principles of Interior Design in response to a design brief and the course is suitable for new students and those progressing on from Introduction to Interior Design 1.
Interior design involves more than scatter cushions and soft furnishings. You will develop the artistic ability and a feel for a space and an eye for light and colour. Interior design is all about creating functional spaces in commercial and residential buildings. As an interior designer, you will design new, or renovate old spaces to improve functionality. You will be involved in considering structural changes, lighting, fixtures and fittings and furnishings to produce design outcomes on the course.
This course will ensure you are well prepared to progress onto study at a higher level at Art College or on one of our Full-Time courses in the School of Art and Design at Edinburgh College.
Number of days per week
- One evening per week
- No formal qualifications required but students should have an interest within the specialist area of 3D Design and Interior Design.
English Proficiency RequirementsIELTS 5.5
Progression and Articulation Routes
- Work created on these courses can support a portfolio of work for future course applications to specialist Art and Design courses, supporting school leavers or a career change.
- Previous evening class students have progressed onto our well-recognised UAL Diplomas and specialist NCs and HNDs before University and employment within the Creative Industries.
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