Interior Design Semester Course

Accademia Riaci (Florence, Italy)
In Florence (Italy)

€ 8,200 - (Rs 5,84,996)
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  • Course
  • Florence (Italy)
  • Duration:
    1 Quarter
Description

Interior Design, Furniture Design, and Interior Coordinate include;Interior Design. Art History. Color Theory. Three Dimentional Design. Foundation Drawing and Painting. Introduction to Art. Interior Design Studio. Laws, Codes, & Standards. Lighting Design. Furniture Design. Product Design. Portfolio / Business Practices. Independent study in Interior Design.
Suitable for: Initially designed for international students, this course is an accelerated version of the BASIC COURSE, giving an opportunity to acquire materials of equal quality in a year to a single semester with language assistance by an English interpreter. The courses provide a wide range of knowledge and technique even beyond the field of arts.The volume of lessons, subjects and homework will be equally challenging. Students will be equipped with the most basic to the highest level of skill in a concentrated learning environment.Diplomas are issued to those who succeed in the final exam.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Florence
Via de' Conti 4, 50123, (Indicar), Italy
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· Requirements

1. High School Diploma or its equivalent / College Degree or its equivalent
2. Sufficient language proficiency in either Italian, English, or Japanese
3. If available, a portfolio on CD-ROM of 12 artworks that best represent the student's work style.

Course programme

Taught in Italian or English

The Interior Design, Furniture Design and Interior Coordinator in One-Year program concerns itself with the interior spaces of buildings, emphasizing the physical, psychological, and social needs of people at work and leisure. Interior or Furniture designers or Interior Coordinator must understand a client’s interactions within society and be capable of translating this understanding into appropriate and inspiring designs for interior environments. In practice interior or Furniture designers, or Interior Coordinator execute projects for the whole spectrum of human activities such as offices, shops, hotels, restraints, resorts, hospitals, schools, and residential interiors. In preparation for this wide range of design opportunities, the interior designer needs academic grounding in basic problem-solving, formal design skills, and pertinent historical and technical knowledge. Each level of the student’s education engages knowledge and skills in problem discovery and resolution, critical and imaginative thinking, communication, and technology. As an interior or furniture Design, or Interior Coordinate student, you’ll develop an understanding of how human beings inhabit and experience spaces. You will become fluent in the expression of the elements and principles of interior design: point line, shape, form, color, and light, texture, time, rhythm, balance, scale, proportion, harmony, unity. Interior design is a competitive field, and your portfolio is crucial. Students are encouraged to graduate with both a traditional portfolio and a CD-ROM, video or web page version.


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