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Interior Design – OSMOSIS
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Design Education

Interior Design

Interior designers need to be creative, imaginative and artistic. Interior designers plan the layout and furnishings of an architec- tural interior or space.This includes color schemes, arrangement of pattern designs of fabric, space relations between objects in that space. A designer develops a design concept for an interior space and transforms this concept into a practical, functional, yet innovative and exciting environment that meets the needs of the client. Designers work in a wide range of settings, including com- mercial and residential space, and often collaborates with an architect to enhance and obtain their goals. These spaces can include home, office, restaurants, interiors for airplanes or yachts, or hospitality and health care industries.

This year we will focus on the design of an interior space, with a “sustainable” concept that includes the use of “green” and recycled products. Students will be introduced to the many ways in which sustainable design can be utilized creatively, to protect the envi- ronment and those who live in it. Students will Do Something Natural in an interior space, by selecting a site, a program, mate- rials and fabric, in a way that is environmentally friendly.

Interior designers plan the layout and furnishings of an architectural interior or space.

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