Interior Designers plan and supervise the layout and decoration of the inside of buildings and homes and office spaces. An interior designer is typically an independent contractor who must build a client base. In some instances, a designer could work for a larger firm.
Mentors from the field
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Career prospects & criteria
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B. Des. Interior Design
M.A. Des. in Interior Design
Diploma in Interior Designing
What you need to get started
Traineeships for homemade stores, design services that help customers to choose materials and furniture.
Bringing out the best with the resources available
Abreast with the new trends
Great eye for detail
To bring a balance between functionality and aesthetics
Spatial AwarenessTechnical knowlege of CAD
Making sure you suit the client's needs for a comfotable living/working environment
Building information modeling (BIM) software
Drawing skills, including perspective drawing and spatial awareness
Awareness of building and safety regulations
Knowledge of the wider construction and design industries
Business, finance and marketing skills.