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  • You will be able to suggest changes in spaces according to different themes and interior design styles to make a space aesthetically pleasing, functional, and comfortable to use.
  • You will be able to communicate effectively with clients, contractors, builders, etc. and consult them in a variety of sections like lighting, fixtures and furnishing, art, accessories, choosing a color scheme, materials, drafting and reading a floor plan, etc. to name a few roles.
  • You will be able to suggest minor and major structural changes for a variety of rooms of commercial and residential spaces.
  • You will be able to work as an art director for dramas, films and commercials and guide set designers.
  • You will be able to suggest clients on how to select the right type of materials for ceiling, flooring, accessories, lighting, wall ministration, furniture, and other essential elements as per the purpose of a space.
  • You’ll be able to negotiate, plan, budget, procure raw materials and communicate effectively with clients, vendors, and contractors.
  • You’ll be able to write columns on upcoming design trends in newspapers, magazines, and other publications and strategize marketing campaigns.
  • You will be able to advise retailers, entrepreneurs, and boutique owners on how they can attract customers into their store by implementing particular themes and creating captivating displays and guide students on how to prepare material boards.

MANGESH JADHAV

(Interior Designer & Architect)

"Being an Interior Designer is a tough job and it requires a lot of patience and expertise, I wish all the best to all the students of Indian Design League and express that I am glad to be a part of such amazing webinars and zoom sessions and could enlighten the aspiring Interior Designers to be a part of such an amazing industry that creates beautiful spaces to live-in. I am glad to address the students about my experiences throughout these years and share some insightful thoughts and facts about Interiors, so that they can create mindful spaces throughout life."

BHARAT PATHAK

(Interior Designer & Retail Executive)

"To create an interior, a designer must develop an overall concept to achieve it all. Teaching students the important aspects of interior designing and taking them towards a trail of success that is the best part of being a part of the webinar series. This is a great initiative by Indian Design League where I got to share years of experience with technicalities and address the students' ways and processes to be a good Interior Designer."

NEHA VERMA

(Interior Designer)

"Interior Designing works the way our Creativity takes us. We do not have style anything but have to still look out of the box. It's an art, a science of measurement and an understanding of how a person wants to live. I am glad to be part of the webinar series that takes our students to the next level of learning experience and closer to achieving their dreams. Indian Design League with such a wonderful platform has given the students and aspiring Interior Designers a chance to learn from the experts the technicality of designing and develop as a designer from their experiences."

ANISHA AGRAWAL

(Interior Designer)

"Home a space of living connected to emotions and habits. Interior Designers construct a livable space depending upon the trend and taste of people. Indian Design League -IDL has created a wonderful platform for the students to understand the most important factor of interior designing that is residential interior designing. I am glad I got a chance to share my experiences and expertise with the students and enlighten them with the joys and challenges of Interior Designing."

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  • 120+ Live-casts With Industry Experts
  • 254+ Live Zoom Classes (5 Days A Week)
  • Classroom Training (1 Year)

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LUMPSUM : INR. 45000

INSTALLMENTS : INR.18000* 3 (Months) = INR. 54000

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  • 120+ Live-casts With Industry Experts
  • 254+ Live Zoom Classes (5 Days A Week)
  • Classroom Training (1 year)

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INTERIOR STYLING COURSE (CLASSROOM)

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  • 120+ Live-casts With Industry Experts
  • 254+ Live Zoom Classes (5 Days A Week)
  • Classroom Training (1 Year)

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CITY OF OXFORD COLLEGE, UK

 

City of Oxford College, UK London is the international brand of Activate Learning, and builds on its own successes of over 60 years of vocational education in Oxford. The Oxford-based group delivers career-focused learning.

City of Oxford College, UK London trains students in secondary, further and higher education, apprenticeships and workforce skills with the clear purpose to transform lives through learning, and set a clear line of sight to employment. The reputation is founded on the ability to deliver highly employable people, well-prepared for success in the working environment.

We at Indian Design League, are extremely proud and honor to have a technical collaboration with City Of Oxford College, UK London wherein we are offering 1 year diploma and 2 years advanced diploma in Fashion Design, and Interior Design.

SANDIP UNIVERSITY

Sandip University is a leading private university located at Northern Maharashtra. Its campus has a vast and beautiful sprawling campus, having more than 250+ acres with wifi enabled.

Sandip University ranks under “Top 10 Emerging Universities in India”. The University is perfectly poised to offer fantastic education to students being away from the hustle and bustle of the city. This University is ranked 14th amongst all top engineering colleges in the West Zone by The Week (2016), also ranked 33rd in Top 100 Engineering Colleges in India. Get Endless opportunities and create possibilities within depth learning about the subjects with practical experience.

We at Indian Design League, are extremely proud and honor to have a Industry collaboration with Sandeep University wherein we are offering B.Voc in Fashion Designing and Interior Design.

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MODULE 1 : THE VISUAL LANGUAGE OF DESIGN

  • Session 1: Benefits and Features of this Course
  • Session 2 : What is Interior Design
  • Session 3 : Philosophy of Interior Design
  • Session 4 : Visual Language of Design
  • Session 5 : Understanding Design Theory
  • Session 6 : Elements of Design
    • Space
    • Line
    • Color
    • Texture
    • Light
    • Pattern
  • Session 7 :Principles of Design
    • Balance
    • Rhythm and Repetition
    • Emphasis
    • Proportion and Scale
    • Harmony

MODULE 2 : THE HISTORY OF INTERIOR STYLING AND ARCHITECTURE

  • Session 8 : Understanding the relevance of evolving trends and styles in décor with reference to history of Interior Styling and Architecture through the timeline.
  • Session 9 : Recognize architectural and decorative details influenced by Greek, Roman, and Egyptian Architecture.
  • Session 10 :The History Of Interior Styling and Architecture-Styles Covered
    • Neolithic
    • Mesopotamian
    • Ancient Egyptian
    • Ancient Greek
    • Roman
    • Byzantine Moorish
    • Gothic
    • Renaissance
    • Baroque
    • Rococo
    • Industrial Revolution
    • Neoclassical Styles (Georgian)
    • Victorian
    • Edwardian
    • Arts and Crafts (1850-1914)
    • Art Nouveau (1880-1910)
    • Modernism (1900-1940)
    • Art Deco (1910-1950)
    • De Stijl Movement (1917-1931)
    • Bauhaus or International Style (1919-1933)
    • Postmodernism 1964
    • Minimalism 1980s
    • Contemporary

MODULE 3 :DESIGN STYLES – HOME STAGES AND PROPERTY STYLING

  • Session 11 : Learn how to make strategic decisions for design projects based on the purpose, style, and mood of a space.
  • Session 12 : Get knowledge about different structures, their common problems, and solutions.
  • Session 13 : Gauge a site and measure existing structures design, plan, and execute master plans.
  • Session 14 : Space Factors and Considerations
  • Session 15 : Building an Aesthetic Plan
  • Session 16 : Warm Spaces
  • Session 17 : Cool Spaces
  • Session 18 :Speak the language fluently-
    • Function
    • Style
  • Session 19 : Styles Covered-
    • African
    • American
    • Arts and Crafts
    • Art Nouveau
    • Art Deco
    • Arabian
    • Asian
    • Bohemian
    • British
    • Contemporary
    • Coastal
    • Eclectic
    • French
    • Gothic
    • Indian
    • Industrial
    • Italian
    • Japanese
    • Medieval
    • Mexican
    • Minimalism
    • Moroccan
    • Nautical
    • Retro
    • Rustic
    • Scandinavian
    • Spanish
    • Tropical
    • Tuscan
    • Victorian
    • Vintage
    • Zen

MODULE 4 : SPACE PLANNING

  • Session 20 :
    1. Space Planning and Proportion: Furniture Layout
    • The Next Step in Space Planning
    • Styling an Existing Room
    • Living Room
    • Dining Room
    • Kitchen
    • Bathroom
    • Bedroom
    • Storage
    • Hallway
    • Home Office
    • Laundry Room
    • Outside Space
  • Session 21 :Developing a Basic Floor Plan
    • Reading the Plan
    • Steps on Developing the Floor Plan
    • Scale
    • Developing a Basic Elevation
    • Sections Plans
    • Commercial Design
  • Session 22 :Introduction to Commercial Design
    • Office Design
    • Making Work a Pleasure
    • Example of a Modern Office
    • Hospitality Design
    • Restaurant Design
  • Session 23 :Designed For Service
    • Hotel Suite Design
    • Retail Design
    • Retail Therapy – Creating the Right Moves
    • Designed for the Disabled (Universal Design for All)
    • Sustainable Design Practice
  • Session 24 :Guidelines for the Responsible Interior Designer
    • Exhibition Design
    • Trade Shows
    • International Trade Exhibitions
    • You as a Designer
    • Concept Development

MODULE 5 :LIGHTING

  • Session 25 : Lighting
  • Session 26 : Light and How We See
  • Session 27 : Color Properties of Light
  • Session 28 : Natural Light
  • Session 29 : Evaluating Natural Light Levels
  • Session 30 : Artificial Light
  • Session 31 : Sources of Artificial Light
  • Session 32 : Selecting the Right Light Fitting
  • Session 33 : Types of Light Fitting
  • Session 34 : Types of Artificial Light
  • Session 35 : Light Levels
  • Session 36 :Light in Relation to Other Materials
  • Session 37 :Lighting the Home
  • Session 38 :Exterior Light Fittings
  • Session 39 :Electrical, Lighting, and Home Technology
  • Session 40 :The Smart House
  • Session 41 :Improving Energy Efficiency
  • Session 42 :Light Installation
  • Session 43 :Communicating With Your Contractor
  • Session 44 :Lighting Plans
  • Session 45 :Lighting Symbols
  • Session 46 :Lighting Terms and Definitions

MODULE 6 : COLOR

  • Session 47 : Color
  • Session 48 : How Design Elements Interrelate
  • Session 49 : Guidelines for Using Color
  • Session 50 : Color and Light
  • Session 51 : Color Psychology
  • Session 52 : Color and Pigment
  • Session 53 : Properties of Color
  • Session 54 : Understanding the Color Wheel
  • Session 55 : Color Harmonies
  • Session 56 : Simultaneous Contrast
  • Session 57 : The Space Factor
  • Session 58 : Related Colors
  • Session 59 : Contrasting Colors
  • Session 60 : Color and Perception
  • Session 61 : Planning a Color Scheme
  • Session 62 : Communicating About Color
  • Session 63 : Sampling the Colors

MODULE 7 : INTERIOR FINISHES

  • Session 64 :Finishes
  • Session 65 : Walls
  • Session 66 : Paint
  • Session 67 : Paint Finishes
  • Session 68 : Render
  • Session 69 : Wainscoting and Boiserie
  • Session 70 : Tongue and Groove
  • Session 71 :Shoji
  • Session 72 : : Plaster Details
  • Session 73 : Wallpaper
  • Session 74 : Mirrors
  • Session 75 :Upholstered Panels
  • Session 76 :Special Finishes, Murals, and Wall Art
  • Session 77 :Architraves, Doors, Window Frames, Cornices and Baseboards
  • Session 78 :Door Hardware
  • Session 79 :Flooring Materials
  • Session 80 :Ceilings
  • Session 81 :Windows
  • Session 82 :Kitchen and Bathroom Finishes
  • Session 83 :A Final Word on Acoustics
  • Session 84 : Specifications for a Design Project

MODULE 8 : DECORATIVE TEXTILES AND FABRICS

  • Session 85 : Decorative Textiles
  • Session 86 : Textile Patterns
  • Session 87 : Upholstery-Weight Fabrics
  • Session 88 : Curtain-Weight Fabrics
  • Session 89 : Wall and Screen Coverings
  • Session 90 : Floor Coverings
  • Session 91 : Bed Linen
  • Session 92 :Utility Cloths
  • Session 93 : A Brief History of Textiles
  • Session 94 : Rugs and Blankets
  • Session 95 : Textile Science
  • Session 96 : Wool
  • Session 97 : Cotton
  • Session 98 : Linen
  • Session 99 : Silk
  • Session 100 : Synthetic Fibers
  • Session 101 : Dyeing
  • Session 102 : Specifying Fabrics
  • Session 103 : Fabric Abbreviations

MODULE 9 : FURNITURE, ART, AND ACCESSORIES

  • Session 104 : Furniture, Art, and Accessories
  • Session 105 : The Technical Side of Upholstery Furniture
  • Session 106 : Quality
  • Session 107 : Comfort
  • Session 108 : Scale
  • Session 109 : Color
  • Session 110 : Texture
  • Session 111 : Utilitarian Upholstery
  • Session 112 : Cabinetry and Case Goods
  • Session 113 : Specifying a New Piece
  • Session 114 : Materials
  • Session 115 : Art
  • Session 116 : Photographs
  • Session 117 : Murals
  • Session 118 : Objects
  • Session 119 :How to Visually Present Ideas to Your Client

MODULE 10 : WORKING WITH CLIENTS

  • Session 120 : Introduction
  • Session 121 : Reasons for Using an Interior Designer
  • Session 122: Building Relationships With Clients
  • Session 123 : Working as an Interior Designer
  • Session 124 : Your First Meeting
  • Session 125 : Questions to Ask and Observations to Make
  • Session 126 : The Second Meeting
  • Session 127 : Show and Tell
  • Session 128 : Sample Boards
  • Session 129 : Floor Plans
  • Session 130 : Perspective Drawings
  • Session 131 : Final Design
  • Session 132 : Letter of Acceptance
  • Session 133 : Scope of Work
  • Session 134 : Scheduling the Trades
  • Session 135 : Design Brief
  • Session 136 : Project Cost
  • Session 137 : Talking About Money
  • Session 138 : Your Fee Structure
  • Session 139 : Paperwork

MODULE 11 : VISUAL COMMUNICATION

  • Session 140 : Communicating Accurately
  • Session 141 : Taking the Brief
  • Session 142 : Drawing: Its Relationship to Your Work
  • Session 143 : Imagining Color
  • Session 144 :Descriptive Adjectives
  • Session 145 :Strategic Planning and the Scope of Work
  • Session 146 : Developing a Concept
  • Session 147 :Drawing Equipment
  • Session 148 : Orthographic Projections
  • Session 149 : The Floor Plan
  • Session 150 :Interior Elevations
  • Session 151 : Sections
  • Session 152 : Reflected Ceiling Plans
  • Session 153 : Additional Drawings
  • Session 154 : Drawing Materials
  • Session 155 : Final Design Development
  • Session 156 : Axonometric Drawings
  • Session 157 : Rendering
  • Session 158 : Sketching

MODULE 12 : SETTING UP AN INTERIOR DESIGN BUSINESS

  • Session 159 :Introduction
  • Session 160 : Setting Up an Office
  • Session 161 : Setting Up a Business
  • Session 162 : Tax and Money Matters
  • Session 163 : Finding Clients
  • Session 164 : Resume Writing
  • Session 165 :Cover Letter
  • Session 166 : Portfolio
  • Session 167 : Website
  • Session 168 : Social Media

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  • Bonus 1 : LIVE Webinars Every Month With Industry Experts
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Get the behind-the-scenes strategies and secrets used by the world’s most successful Experts in the field of Interiors. These are powerful tactics that most successful Interior Stylists used… and they can work for you, too.

Get the behind-the-scenes strategies and secrets used by the world’s most successful Experts in the field of Interiors. These are powerful tactics that most successful Interior Stylists used… and they can work for you, too.

HALEEMA LUBNA

(Interior Design- IDL)

“From my experience, I can say Indian Design League is taking every effort so that students can get clarity on key concepts of Interior Designing. My favourite topic is Coloration and Texture, referring to which I learnt to paint my own room. All the topics are explained considering the challenges which interior designers commonly face and some do’s and don’ts are also given which are an add-on. I am really happy that I found the IDL platform during the challenging period of the lockdown and I can’t thank them enough for the very detailed modules.

SANGAY UDEN LAMTHA

(Interior Design- IDL)

“I was always curious about Set Designing. When I got to know that along with the course, IDL organises webinars that give us industry insights, I was overjoyed. Set Designing, Modular Furniture, Grooming, Image Design, English Vinglish, and what not webinars were organised by Indian Design League. So, along with learning interior designing, I am also able to develop my personality. I am so grateful to be a part of the IDL community.”

SINCHANA A MHALADKAR

(Interior Design - IDL)

“When you decide to design a space, you design something where people spend most of their time. Therefore, every room and furniture needs to be designed and placed in such a way that people can feel comfortable. A slight change in proportion can completely hamper not just the furniture but can also impact the total estimate of a project. This course helped me understand not only the technical aspects but also explained the important budgeting aspects. Every lecture contains standard templates for our reference which is so helpful. Thank you IDL for this wonderful course.

DEEPSHIKHA NAYAK

(Interior Design - IDL)

“My learning experience with IDL is one of the best times, especially when lockdown hit us, IDL was my only therapy, in terms of learning what I always loved, i.e. decorating spaces…and here I was doing an Online Interior Design Course which helped me embrace my love for decorating spaces. During my course I also got a chance to do an Online Internship with celebrity interior designer,  Ar. Saket Sethi. It helped me explore and learn about new styles and history of architecture. I'm so glad that IDL gave us this opportunity. Really it was a turning point in my designing style.”

SAHARA KAWSER

(Interior Design - IDL)

“I am very excited to continue this journey with IDL… The situation at present wants us to learn things through digital platforms, and IDL is making this learning possible. I had lost all hopes when the lockdown happened, but IDL has been a ray of hope for me to work on my passion for decorating spaces. I would love to learn more! During Quarantine Times, productivity mattered the most and IDL has been my source of productivity during those times. It helped me cope-up with my mental health issues and gave me a reason to dream big. A big THANKYOU to IDL , for making this possible, via E-Learning and channelizing the designer inside us.”