Diploma Of Interior Design And Decoration Torrens University

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Diploma Of Interior Design And Decoration Torrens University

This subject is an introduction to the design process and its application to interior decorating and design. The student learns about design principles and elements and their place in the creative design process. Producing design concepts for an interior space through a series of exercises using creative thinking methods, e.g. brainstorming, trigger word, etc., the student uses experimentation to explore and challenge a range of different ideas. The production of sample boards and presentation boards is explored. During this subject the student acquires a basic understanding of sustainability, environmental hazards/risks, resource use and inefficiencies associated with the interior design workplace and apply those principles to the design studio environment.

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Students will be offered the opportunity to work within a professional design studio experience for an extended period of time. It encourages students to build long-term relationships with the design industry and exposes them to the rigour of applied design practice while building their confidence in adapting to new environments. It also provides a context in which to enhance their communication skills and work collaboratively in a professional arena. Students will be matched to an appropriate mentor at the placement site and monitored by an academic in the discipline of study.

In this subject knowledge of structural components and systems is developed and the student learns how to interpret plans and specifications for interior projects. The student is introduced to legislative regulations, codes and standards and their application in residential design. This subject introduces the student to industry standard CAD software and its application. The student will learn how to set up CAD drawings, create and edit objects, add text and dimensions to drawings and plot or print drawings.

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This subject introduces the student to research and specification of furniture, soft furnishings and accessories for interior spaces. The student learns how to interpret the decoration requirements from a project brief, research furniture and accessories and make the appropriate recommendations to the client. The student also learns how to assess soft furnishing requirements, research soft furnishing materials, window treatments, and soft floor coverings. The student is introduced to the application of Australian Standards, documentation and presentation of decorative recommendations.

Build a decorated career in Interior Design through a Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration.

No. of timetabled hours per week:Each subject involves 10 hours of study per week, comprising 3 timetabled study hours and 7 personal study hours (which may include a facilitated online component).

Completion of a Design subject as part of Year 12 studies OR Submission of three examples of creative work demonstrating design skills to support learning at Diploma level.

Students not meeting the Academic Entry Requirements may demonstrate their ability to undertake study at this level by:

* Torrens reserves the right to increase fees by up to 10% in each calendar year to cover increases in the cost of course delivery. The total course cost will depend on the duration of the course and whether a student studies full time or part time.

The Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration is available online as well as on-campus in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Complete your Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration in the city of your choice in one year (full time) or two years (part time).

“My favourite part were the friendships I made with both fellow classmates and lecturers. “

Trimester Start Census Finish Breaks 2018 – Trimester 2 4 Jun 22 Jun 26 Aug 27 Aug – 16 Sep 2018 – Trimester 3 17 Sep 5 Oct 9 Dec 10 Dec – 18 Feb

Key Study Outcomes: Understanding of decoration principles and practice Theoretical and technical knowledge of interior design Specialist knowledge in design and decoration Further specialised design study at Bachelor level

Course tuition fees are available by contacting a Course and Career Advisor.

In this subject the student learns how to develop and refine a range of techniques to produce technical and concept drawings. The student explores the way design drawing, both technical and concept, can be applied to interior decoration and design contexts where visual representation is required. The student learns how to produce floor plans, elevations, sections, isometric, and axonometric drawings relevant to interior spaces and furniture. Both manual and digital methods and techniques are explored.

Drawing is a rudimentary and essential basis for any design career. This subject introduces the student to the methods and techniques of basic photo imaging and drawing and professional visualisation in the context of interior design. Students explore a range of techniques and materials and their application in order to communicate design concepts and assist students in understanding the principles of design and their specific application to drawing. Both manual and digital methods of visual communication are explored.

Students are also given an introduction to specialist areas within the interior design and decoration field, leading either to entry-level employment in the interior design and decoration sector or to further specialised design study at Bachelor level.

Within a commercial context, the student learns how to analyse the project brief, conduct project research, generate decorative themes and concepts, select and specify internal finishes, furniture, furnishings, lighting and object d’art. For this subject the student will present a fully resolved scheme and evaluate the client response.

“I really enjoyed working with like-minded students as myself, who helped me develop and push my creative abilities. ”

Having prior industry / work experience, and / or completed or partially completed subjects or courses of a degree, associate degree or diploma from an accredited institution OR Submission of three examples of creative work plus a supporting 300 word personal statement.

Typical assessment includes:Practical assignments Research projects Presentations

Nikita Karr | 2015 Graduate Bachelor of Communication Design

Billy Blue College of Design courses are delivered by Torrens University Australia Ltd, ABN 99 154 937 005, RTO 41343, CRICOS 03389E.

This subject investigates the evolution of interior design. It explores major art and architectural movements throughout history and the development of contemporary design and interior design by investigating significant turning points and historic milestones. This subject will focus on developing the students’ understanding of the complexities of designing an area (e.g. bathing, sleeping, food preparation, reception desk, workspace etc.) within a spatial environment whilst identifying and incorporating sustainable design practice – not only in materials and technologies but also in the longevity and adaptability of the final design solution. Students will integrate their research and knowledge of environments, identifying design related and environmental imperatives in the realisation of design briefs.

Interior Decorator (self-employed)Architectural sales representative for industry productInterior stylistIn-house Interior Designer or DecoratorFurniture, furnishings and fabric suppliersFurnishings departments of retail stores

In this subject the student learns how to evaluate materials and construction methods used on a site in order to determine their impact on the interior design brief. The student will also learn how to manipulate 3D interior space and form applying the elements and principles of design in response to a brief. A project evaluation will be carried out by the student and they learn how to design the structural elements and the construction aspects of a design. They learn how to liaise with specialist professionals and prepare design documentation for a commercial project.

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The Diploma of Interior Design and Decoration provides graduates with a theoretical and technical base of knowledge of general interior design, decoration principles and practice.

This course may only be studied full-time by International students. A maximum of 25% of the course may be studied online.

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This subject includes the development of the students own voice through exploring and experimenting with new ideas in making and/or interpreting work. The student will develop acquired skills, develop conceptual skills and ideas, evaluate their own work and research work opportunities. The student consolidates their knowledge of the design industry, design as a profession and the relationship between design and other industries. The student applies industry knowledge to work activities, maximising effective performance and also gains knowledge of ways to maintain currency in design industry trends and practice.

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In this subject the student learns how to identify the different types and features of hard materials and the hard material requirements for a project. The student carried out research on various hard materials and finishes and documents the recommendations for the client. The student furthers their knowledge of the Australian Standards and regulations and codes. The sustainability of a design is assessed and the student learns how to apply resources sustainably.

Torrens offers limited number of Scholarships each trimester, ask a Course and Careers Advisor if you’re eligible.

This subject introduces students to the concept of academic literacy in a higher educational context. Students will be able to study the relevant resources and explore strategies and techniques that will allow full participation in their new academic environment. The course will provide students with research skills (information literacy), critical analysis, writing and language techniques. Transferable skills including time management and teamwork are incorporated in the course. The aim of this subject is to provide knowledge and skills needed for Higher Education, to help students to manage their own success and to assist students in reaching their academic potential.

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