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Interior Design Module One Short Course at University of the Arts London

The Interior Design Module One Short Course at the University of the Arts London equips students with a fundamental knowledge of interior design, including theory in lighting and materials and how to use CAD software.

School: University of the Arts London (UAL) Short Courses
Course: Interior Design Module One Short Course
Location: Chelsea College of Arts in London, UK
Course dates: 12-day course offered as part-time and intensive study
Application deadline: continuous enrolment

This course is the starting point of the three-part Interior Design Module programme. You do not need any experience of interior design as you will be taught everything you need to start on your interior design journey.

At the beginning of the course, you will be introduced to a project brief that will form the basis of a residential project you will undertake during the course.

Each week your tutor will introduce you to new skills and techniques covering all the essentials, including concept boards, drawing plans and elevations using CAD software and bubble diagrams.

You will have lectures on hard finishes, soft furnishings, lighting, colour and sourcing materials. As you begin to finalise your designs you will also learn about mounting and labelling your design before presenting your finished project.

With a wealth of unrivalled experience and expertise, our tutors' practical approach will prepare you for a future in the interior design profession.

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