Interior Design creates comfortable and inspiring spatial environment. It develops the sense of association between the user and the space that redefines the satisfaction of the end user. Manipal University, Jaipur has adopted the Choice based credit system which allows the flexibility in education system, so that students depending upon their interests and aims can choose interdisciplinary, intra-disciplinary and skill-based courses.
B.Des. in Interior Design is a 4-year course that is designed to teach students the concepts that go into planning, designing, organizing, and managing spaces, based on their function. Interior design programs take students through a detailed study about the various principles and elements of design, of which, training in 2D and 3D design software is an integral part.
Also, students have an option to exit the program in 3 years with B.A in Interior Design. The program intends to take the students through an array of structural requirements, mechanical and electrical services, health and safety issues, and building codes as well.
The program aims to prepare professionals to work as Interior Designers, Graphic Designers, Space Consultants for Exhibitions, Theatres and Museums, Specialist for Visual Merchandising, Freelance Designer, Furniture Designer, Lighting Designer to name a few. Interior Designers may also be employed by architects, builders, private consultancies & various MNCs etc.
To promote intellectual inquiry among students, along with their creative expression and originality through structured curriculum that balance theory with practice, planning, and experimentation; art and technology; as well as creativity and logic.
* To encourage development among students of visual fluency along with the acquisition of essential knowledge and skills required in various elements and principles of design, drawing and color.
* To encourage learning based on Computer Aided Design (CAD), interior space planning, lighting, sustainability, materials and finishes, structures, surfaces and codes, etc. that are specific to both, residential as well as non-residential situations.
* To sensitize the students about the impact of interior design on built environment by developing analytical skills to add excellency and efficiency for the well-being of the occupants.
* To equip students with the basics of technical, creative, theoretical, and management skills for successful creation and execution of interior design schemes.
* To create an understanding of multidisciplinary approach with illustrators, sculptors, fashion designers, and architects to add creative insight and depth into the design process.
* To develop skills for creative solutions for assimilation of diverse elements of interior, such as furniture, lighting, upholstery, colour scheme, etc. along with building services.
* To support the development of research, thinking, and communication processes to enable to envisage creative and innovative solutions to design problems.
ELIGIBILITY: 50% aggregate marks in 10+2 scheme or 10+3 Diploma (Govt. recognized) or IB Diploma, after 10th standard
ADMISSIONS: ADMISSIONS: Admissions are offered on the basis of merit list prepared out of final marks for qualifying examination and a personal discussion.
NOTE- B.Des.(Interior Design) with exit option in 3rd year with B.A. (Interior Design) degree.
Rapid urbanization has led to continuous growth of optimized spaces for different purposes such as residential, commercial, official, retail, hotels, etc. Interior Designers are in demand to make these optimized spaces more comfortable, beautiful, efficient and multi-dimensional in utility.
In modern context, the sensitization towards DESIGN through this program opens up career avenues in space aesthetics and related areas across. Interior Designers graduating from the course have a wide ranging creative skill set with clear visual communication abilities. The four-year/three-year professional program is highly innovative and job oriented leading to working opportunities in India and abroad in sectors like:
* Hotels and Resorts
* Educational Institutions
and others including Public - Private organisations, MNC’s and Corporates.
Graduates can pursue post-graduation and can also appear for administrative services and management programs. Students who complete their B.Des. Interior Design / B.A. Interior Design successfully can opt for higher studies in the same field. They can pursue M.Des. Interior Design / M.A. Interior Design or even a Post Graduate Diploma. They can opt for MBA or specialize in a sub field of Interior Design, for example, in furniture design, kitchen design, graphic design, interior accessories design etc.
For interior designers, a well-designed portfolio is a necessary implement to be able to showcase your skills and talents. Interior design course in Jaipur by Manipal University are designed to impart the necessary knowledge you need to create a successful career in the field, a fact that is impeccably showcased in this e-portfolio. With a course in B.Des. Interior Design, you will be able to gain prowess over the various aspects of interior designing, which include:
3D Composition: With 3D composition, students can make their artistic pieces visually pleasing, and this is what keeps the viewer engaged. There are numerous factors involved in 3D composition:
* Positioning of buildings, people, other entourage
* Negative space that surrounds the buildings, people, etc.
* Placement of the camera
* Field depth
Interpretation of Spaces: In interior design, space forms a primary component. This part of the course deals with how students conceive and conceptualize the space that they have to design.
Residence Design: An integral part of residential interiors, residence interior design focuses on making the space both functional as well as aesthetically pleasing.
Form and Space: Shapes and space come together in harmony to create various forms, which brings to life an interior designers imagination and concept.
Positive and Negative: Apart from utilization of space, interior design programs also need to pay a lot of attention to empty space, a concept that is well ingrained by specially designed classes to contemplate the positive and negative spaces in design.
Anthropometry: Anthropometry basically refers to a study of human body measurements, done on a comparative basis. This is an integral part of interior designing, as every new idea or concept a student comes up with, has to test its mettle in terms of functionality, which includes checking the practicality in respect to inhabitants.
Furniture Design: Designing a furniture with perspective of human comfort and eye catching style for the space it is designed. Designer’s obvious duty is maintaining the comfort without compromising the latest trends in the market. It gives a designer a varied options of style, color, texture and material used.
Product/Accessories Design: Apart from designing and detailing, Interior Designers’ key source is the ability to choose their interior decoration product. A well planned space can be further beautify with the perfect selection of the accessories used in the space. These products could be the rugs, clocks, wall hangings/ articles, vases etc
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|Program ||Indian (Rs)||International (USD)|
|B Des (Interior Design)||6,42,000||11,500|
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