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Interior Design is a multi–faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment and home lifestyle enhancement.

The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology, including research, analysis, and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills the project goals.

Software will be learn:

  • Auto CAD

  • 3Ds Max

  • AdobePhotoshop (Level 1)

What Does an Interior Designer Do?
An interior designer can do a variety of things in the field of design, and considers the needs of the individual or company that hires him or her. Primarily, the interior designer must blend aesthetics, or the look and feel of a place, with functionality and use of a space, and does so in consideration of the available working area, desires, and budget of the client. Being artistic, having knowledge of building codes, and being able to please the client are all valuable assets for those who wish to have a career in interior design. Having good listening skills, excelling at following through with concepts, and being able to draw, and use programs like AutoCAD® can also be of assistance. Most interior designers are trained in art or design schools, and bring a variety of talents to their profession.

What is the Entry Requirements?
There are no set qualifications to become an interior designer. For all courses, and jobs, you will need a portfolio of work. You could be accepted on the strength of your portfolio rather than your qualifications.

Skills and Interests

  • creative and practical skills
  • excellent organisational skills, for working on several projects at once
  • drawing and computer-aided design (CAD) skills
  • an understanding of building and safety regulations
  • knowledge of products, properties of materials, and architectural history
  • effective communication skills, for dealing with suppliers, contractors and clients
  • the ability to work out costs and keep within budgets
  • business skills if working freelance

As an Interior designer, you could be employed by retail outlets, interior design consultancies, or architectural practices.

However, as many interior designers are freelance (either completely self-sufficient or under contract to a design agency) and build up their business through word of mouth, there are limited formal vacancies and competition is strong. Some vacancies are not advertised, so it is essential that you make contacts, for example by attending trade fairs and joining professional organisations.

Build Get IT Learning Centre - Klang
Build Get IT Learning Centre - Klang
Build Get IT Learning Centre - Klang



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