The Bachelor of Design (B.Des) in Interior Design is accredited by the University of Rajasthan. The curriculum is industry aligned and developed keeping in mind the relationship between academic study and the contemporary practice of interior design.
It focuses on holistic development while enhancing practical skills so the students can create imaginative spaces that meet the needs and enrich the experience of modern life. The learning will also build technical knowledge to help them practice professionally. There will be planned Industry engagements which will involve study trips, short internship, participation in international design competitions, and benefits from links with design studios, cultural institutions, entrepreneurs, industry professionals and community groups.
|No. of Seats||25|
|Eligibility||10+2 (any stream)|
|Award||Bachelor of Design (B.Des) from University of Rajasthan|
University of Rajasthan
Foundation explores the aesthetics of design In the Foundation year students will learn two languages namely Hindi & English, Environmental Study and Elementary Computer Education. They will be introduced to and begin to understand basics of 3D visualization, Composition, Applied Art, drawing and drafting which are integrated seamlessly for learning and design development.
Introduces the principles of interior design Students will be introduced to Exploration of design elements and principles imparting an understanding of light, colour, materials, space and volume. Simple systems will be understood through study of 3D exercises and lighting systems. Industry exposure is given through knowledge on current projects, modern technology and classroom projects based on the professional brief.
Focuses on the Processes of interior design The year 3 comprises of a series of projects increasing in complexity and range from the design of temporary events to complex technical interiors. Inter-disciplinary and integrated learning with art, literature, film photography, fashion etc. begin to shape students' personal attitude towards interior design as they begin to discern choices in addition to variety of contexts - political, social, environmental, cultural, and economic. Complex design exercises like healthcare facilities, auditoriums are part of the studio. Furniture design and prototyping. Environmental studies and sustainable solutions.
Focuses on the Practice of interior design In the final project they are encouraged to apply research and take real projects constraints to create innovative solutions. They are also exposed to important aspects of Interior business like Entrepreneurship, Branding and retail and Professional Practice.