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Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail

London College of Contemporary Arts
Campus Full time Part time 3 - 10 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom London + 1 more

This short course offers you the opportunity to discover Interior Design and visual communication techniques with the aim of giving you the necessary tools to maximise the profitability of the point of sale... [+]

Course Studies in Interior Design in England in United Kingdom. Interior Design in Fashion and Luxury Retail This short course offers you the opportunity to discover Interior Design and visual communication techniques with the aim of giving you the necessary tools to maximise the profitability of the point of sale, and to study the essential aspects of the consumer’s behaviour, a key element to create a unique and emotional shopping experience and transform the consumer into a loyal customer. Course Requirements Minimum age: 18 years of age, English proficiency: intermediate and eligible to study in the UK. Intake Part-time (Oct 2016, January 2017, March 2017, May 2017) Full-time (June 2017, July 2017, August 2017) [-]

Interior and Experience Design Week

Future London Academy
Campus Full time 1 week September 2017 United Kingdom London

This course will cover the areas of residential, retail and workspace design and provide methods to apply for interior projects in a variety of contexts. [+]

Do you want to observe directly how leading professionals use materials, technology, visual communication and storytelling to design memorable user experiences through the immersive built environment? This course will cover the areas of residential, retail and workspace design and provide methods to apply for interior projects in a variety of contexts. In one week you will participate in a rich mix of lectures and hands-on workshops that Future London Academy curated for you by partnering with successful design, consultancy and media practices. The programme matches the understanding of space from both the designer's and the user's perspective to equip you with both a technical and strategic angle for your future projects. The experiential approach of this course consists of technical, cultural and social activities that together enable you to tailor your own design practice.
 Besides some of the best design practices in the world, London nurtures a vibrant design community thanks to prestigious Art and Design institutions. This programme will also put you in contact with this community through informal gatherings, studio visits and debriefing moments with emerging designers and the course curator that will help the participant group deepen the understanding of the course subjects through collective content reviews. Structure of the programme: Monday: interior and experience design 
Tuesday: the state of the art of retail design
 Wednesday: smart living, the future of residential design 
Thursday: the future of the workplace
 Friday: interior design for cultural and community spaces The programme of the course is divided into five workshop days plus the weekend. The workshop days are divided into five parts:
 Boosting breakfast: t​he first activity of the day includes informal activities over breakfast to activate brain and body to receive the creative stimuli of the day. During the boosting breakfasts, you will interact with other participants, share your ideas, experiences and expectation for the day and meet local professionals to get to know more about the backstage of the creative industry.

 Morning session: it is the first session of the day, it will take the form of a lecture plus hands-on activity to validate the learnings or a full workshop.

 Lunch break: w​e will have a break between the morning and afternoon session and we will give you suggestions on the most interesting places to have lunch and enjoy the surroundings of the day programme locations. 

Afternoon session: i​t is the second session of the day, it will be the continuation of the morning session or we will move to the second partner of the day for a new subject.

 Debrief and the city: a​fter a long day of absorbing new ways of working, idea brainstorming and creative exercises we will debrief the content of the day to better organise them in our minds. This activity will be short and engaging and it will take place straight after the afternoon session or in locations that we can then visit as cultural and social activities such as museums, galleries, event spaces or bars.

 The weekend: t​he weekend will be dedicated to cultural and social activities, meeting some of the lecturers again and emerging designers in informal settings or planning longer visits of the London Design Festival events, including talks, exhibitions, workshops and launch parties. Who is this programme for? The experiential mode of the course allows student or professionals at any stage of their career to benefit from the content proposed and its multidisciplinary programme does not limit the access to design professionals. In particular, this course is addressed to people that:

 want to understand in practical terms how a project workflow works within design agencies.
 want to learn from expert professionals how design theory and methods turn into real strategy to tackle real case scenarios
 are keen to increase their understanding of the international design industry in a multicultural context like London during the London Design Festival
 want to evaluate opportunities, risks and peculiarities of different interior design fields want to expand their interior design practice by familiarising themselves with usercentric approaches This course will: help you broaden your knowledge of interior design show you the latest trends in the industry introduce you to the most influential British designers
 give you inspiration for future projects
 show you how to be competitive on the international arena
 teach you new tools, techniques and skills for your professional development Course curator Antonio Iadarola, transdisciplinary designer and social innovator, Phd candidate. Antonio has a strong interest in curating and designing collaboration processes and spaces. He is a trained industrial designer, with a Masters Degree in Narrative Environments from Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design, a Phd candidate at the Second University of Naples, Italy and visiting scholar at the Parsons DESIS Lab, NYC. He specialises in the field of design for Social Innovation and in 2014 he founded Studio Wé in NYC, a transdisciplinary design studio whose projects range from context specific objects and spaces to visual communication and participatory experiences. Schedule Dates: 18-24 September 2017 
Educational programme: 18-22 September 2017, 10am-6pm Cost £1,995 – full programme, shared accommodation
 £1,625 – full programme, no accommodation [-]

Beginner's Course in Vectorworks

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 5 weeks February 2017 United Kingdom London

This course is for complete beginners with no experience of Vectorworks. This 5 week beginner’s course will introduce you to the best practices and approaches to working in Vectorworks. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: [+]

Course Studies in Interior Design in England in United Kingdom. Interior Design is an exciting and dynamic industry which brings together spatial design for living, working and leisure environments. We offer the stepping-stones to a career in the interior design industry, with introductory courses at level 1 and moving through Diplomas at level 2 and 3, and on towards Higher Education. You can also select to study shorter courses in essential areas such as CAD and Technical Drawing. Current students describe the experience of studying Interior Design at Kensington and Chelsea College as ‘Easy to follow, engaging visually and verbally, excellent, informative, and professional.’ Our team of experienced teaching staff will support you and guide you throughout your course. Creativity is at the centre of what we do, with practical studio activity including experimental sketchbook work, constructing spatial models with expressive materials and generating drawings and images to communicate your ideas. Interior design is also a precise and technical subject, where scale drawing, perspective visuals and use of CAD software such as Sketchup, PhotoShop and Vectorworks, are all part of a very contemporary and innovative profession. Learning takes you outside the class, with real projects, visits and contact with London’s design professionals. Design students at Kensington and Chelsea College achieve great success, with many gaining employment and up to 95% who apply to university are offered places. Course Overview This course is for complete beginners with no experience of Vectorworks. This 5 week beginner’s course will introduce you to the best practices and approaches to working in Vectorworks. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: Session 1: Set up a drawing – units, scale, paper, pens, palettes, saving and 2D CAD drawing tools – selection, line and text tool Session 2: Create 2D objects – rectangle, circle and polygon to form shapes Session 3: Use the editing tools – cut, copy, paste. Duplicate array, mirror, rotate, move and send tools Session 4: Create more complex objects – using Add, Clip and Combine surfaces tool and the attributes tool Session 5: Add text and dimensions to drawings Create furniture layouts for a studio apartment Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Mon 18:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Tue 18:30 - 21:00 [-]

Intermediate Vectorworks

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 5 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom London

This 5 week course is for learners wanting to learn more about 2D Vectorworks. You should have completed the Beginner’s course in Vectorworks , have technical drawing skills and computer literacy already in place. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: [+]

Interior Design is an exciting and dynamic industry which brings together spatial design for living, working and leisure environments. We offer the stepping-stones to a career in the interior design industry, with introductory courses at level 1 and moving through Diplomas at level 2 and 3, and on towards Higher Education. You can also select to study shorter courses in essential areas such as CAD and Technical Drawing. Current students describe the experience of studying Interior Design at Kensington and Chelsea College as ‘Easy to follow, engaging visually and verbally, excellent, informative, and professional.’ Our team of experienced teaching staff will support you and guide you throughout your course. Creativity is at the centre of what we do, with practical studio activity including experimental sketchbook work, constructing spatial models with expressive materials and generating drawings and images to communicate your ideas. Interior design is also a precise and technical subject, where scale drawing, perspective visuals and use of CAD software such as Sketchup, PhotoShop and Vectorworks, are all part of a very contemporary and innovative profession. Learning takes you outside the class, with real projects, visits and contact with London’s design professionals. Design students at Kensington and Chelsea College achieve great success, with many gaining employment and up to 95% who apply to university are offered places. Course Overview This 5 week course is for learners wanting to learn more about 2D Vectorworks. You should have completed the Beginner’s course in Vectorworks , have technical drawing skills and computer literacy already in place. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: Session 1: Overview – Setting up a drawing – units, scale, paper, pens, palettes, saving and 2D CAD drawing tools selection and line tool Create and edit 2D objects Session 2: Create complex objects and work with the attributes tool Session 3: Floor plan drawing and working with layers Session 4: Set up a section drawing, add colour and figures Session 5: Complete floor plan and section drawing Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Mon 18:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Tue 18:30 - 21:00 [-]

Advanced Vectorworks for Interior Design

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 5 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom London

This 5 week course is for learners wanting to learn 3D Vectorworks. You should have completed the 2D Intermediate Vectorworks course. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: [+]

Course Studies in Interior Design in England in United Kingdom. Interior Design is an exciting and dynamic industry which brings together spatial design for living, working and leisure environments. We offer the stepping-stones to a career in the interior design industry, with introductory courses at level 1 and moving through Diplomas at level 2 and 3, and on towards Higher Education. You can also select to study shorter courses in essential areas such as CAD and Technical Drawing. Current students describe the experience of studying Interior Design at Kensington and Chelsea College as ‘Easy to follow, engaging visually and verbally, excellent, informative, and professional.’ Our team of experienced teaching staff will support you and guide you throughout your course. Creativity is at the centre of what we do, with practical studio activity including experimental sketchbook work, constructing spatial models with expressive materials and generating drawings and images to communicate your ideas. Interior design is also a precise and technical subject, where scale drawing, perspective visuals and use of CAD software such as Sketchup, PhotoShop and Vectorworks, are all part of a very contemporary and innovative profession. Learning takes you outside the class, with real projects, visits and contact with London’s design professionals. Design students at Kensington and Chelsea College achieve great success, with many gaining employment and up to 95% who apply to university are offered places. Course Overview This 5 week course is for learners wanting to learn 3D Vectorworks. You should have completed the 2D Intermediate Vectorworks course. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: Session 1: Extrude 2D objects into 3D. Session 2: Apply textures and lighting to 3D interior and furniture Session 3: Render 3D objects using render works and other rendering modes Session 4: Position and adjust the camera tool to create perspective views Session 5: Presentation drawing/s of your 3D interior / furniture Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Mon 18:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Tue 18:30 - 21:00 [-]

Extended Intermediate Vectorworks

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 5 weeks February 2017 United Kingdom London

This 5 week course is for learners wanting to further develop their 2D Vectorworks skills. You should have successfully completed the course in Intermediate Vectorworks at KCC. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: [+]

The following Art & Design Courses are for students wishing to undertake a substantial programme of study in one of the above disciplines. When applying, students need to select which specialist area they wish to study. Whatever you choose; Pottery, Sculptural Ceramics, Jewellery, Silversmithing, Interior Design, Multimedia, Stained or Kiln formed Glass, you will find our courses challenging and empowering. We will help you start at the level of course that is right for you and enable you to progress onto the next stage and into work or higher education. On all courses, projects are designed to mirror the industry and take you through the design process while you develop a high level of skill and professional practice. You will benefit from our prestigious team of lecturing staff. Exhibitions, held at various stages of the year, give the opportunity for students to show their work in a public context. Specialist workshops are fully equipped with machinery, tools and materials appropriate to the subject area. You will also be able to buy essential tools and materials from the College. Course Overview This 5 week course is for learners wanting to further develop their 2D Vectorworks skills. You should have successfully completed the course in Intermediate Vectorworks at KCC. Each 2.5 hour session will cover the following: Session 1 Overview of Interface Introducing new 2D icons and shortcut keys Session 2 Graphic attributes Fill options – solid, hatch or gradient Session 3 Creating and Editing symbols Session 4 Classes and Layers Applying attributes to classes Session 5 Viewports creating a sheet with different views , titles , dimensions etc… Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Tue 18:30 - 21:00 OR Times: Mon 18:30 - 21:00 [-]

Introduction to Interior Design

Kensington and Chelsea College
Campus Part time 8 weeks January 2017 United Kingdom London

For students with an interest in Interior Design, learn the basic elements of how to: survey a space, select colours and materials, learn technical and free-hand drawing, produce mood and sample boards and prepare a portfolio of work for entry into more advanced courses. [+]

Course Studies in Interior Design in England in United Kingdom. The following Art & Design Courses are for students wishing to undertake a substantial programme of study in one of the above disciplines. When applying, students need to select which specialist area they wish to study. Whatever you choose; Pottery, Sculptural Ceramics, Jewellery, Silversmithing, Interior Design, Multimedia, Stained or Kiln formed Glass, you will find our courses challenging and empowering. We will help you start at the level of course that is right for you and enable you to progress onto the next stage and into work or higher education. On all courses, projects are designed to mirror the industry and take you through the design process while you develop a high level of skill and professional practice. You will benefit from our prestigious team of lecturing staff. Exhibitions, held at various stages of the year, give the opportunity for students to show their work in a public context. Specialist workshops are fully equipped with machinery, tools and materials appropriate to the subject area. You will also be able to buy essential tools and materials from the College. Course Overview For students with an interest in Interior Design, learn the basic elements of how to: survey a space, select colours and materials, learn technical and free-hand drawing, produce mood and sample boards and prepare a portfolio of work for entry into more advanced courses. Campus: Kensington Centre Times: Wed 10:00 - 15:00 [-]

Programs in Interior Design

Inchbald School of Design
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 United Kingdom London

The quality of interior design courses at Inchbald is acknowledged throughout the interior design professions. Among our graduates are many ‘first league’ designers currently working in domestic or commercial interior design. Studying an interior design course at the Inchbald School of Design, whatever the level or duration, is a challenging and enjoyable experience. [+]

Courses in Interior Design The quality of interior design courses at Inchbald is acknowledged throughout the interior design professions. Among our graduates are many ‘first league’ designers currently working in domestic or commercial interior design. Studying an interior design course at the Inchbald School of Design, whatever the level or duration, is a challenging and enjoyable experience. The full-time, one academic year core Diploma course in Architectural Interior Design prepares successful graduates for professional practice, with the development of practical and aesthetic design skills that are informed by an appreciation of what design is about, together with drawing and presentation expertise. If you require further intellectual depth in your studies you can apply for the Postgraduate or courses in Architectural Interior Design. Inchbald’s short training programmes are independent courses focusing on interior decoration and complementary vocational skills related to interior design. If you are just starting out they work as introductions to further interior design courses, or as discrete skills-building elements if you are already involved in the profession. Tutors at the interior design school are working designers who are recognised for their creative input and for their professional standards. Lecturers are drawn from relevant practices and academic institutions. The provision of practical and focused interior design courses, delivered in a structured yet open manner, allows Inchbald to make the development of each individual’s talent and potential its highest priority. [-]