The Interior Design Course (RDID) at Brick School of Interior Design is 4 years full-time autonomous diploma course with an intake of 40 students per year. The program has been accredited by the apex body of Interior Design, namely Institute of Indian Interior Designers and is declared as IIID recommended program with 4 star rating. The course combines the techniques, trends, and concepts of interior design through an intuitive and sensorial approach towards a project.
The Research Driven Interior Design Course (RDID) at Brick School of Interior Design is a 3+1 years full-time autonomous diploma course with an intake of 40 students per year. The course combines the techniques, trends and concepts of interior design through an intuitive and sensorial approach towards a project.
The aim of the course is to train future designers who possess the ability to apply skills while interpreting and developing different projects like residential, commercial, retail, public spaces and exhibition design.
Students gain the technical knowledge to resolve construction space aspects and learn methodologies to develop a conceptual presentation through a correct representation of space.
The course approach is creative, intuitive, artistic, and technical and shared through various workshops and creative projects.
Students will grasp the technique to tell the story of a space depicting the mood, ambience, technical plans and illustrative interpretations. The course also encourages its students to explore independently through research application and creation.
At Bricks Institute, our emphasis would be to strengthen research within Interior Design field, in order to raise Recognition for Interior Design as a separate field of Knowledge and to widen the areas where Interior Designer can play an important role in improvement of the Human environment through Design.
Though within a undergrad diploma Program level, all the areas of specific Competences, knowledge and skills cannot be studied at the same depth as the time consuming development of sensibilities must take place, some degree of specialization is an inevitable need of the hour and our emphasis in this RDID program is to aim at making individual teaching labs and RESEARCH activities interdependent and interwoven.
Further to avoid the risk of fragmentation of the Interior Design Program into areas of knowledge and the subdivision into separate courses, subjects or topics and to promote an holistic and integrated multidisciplinary approach ,we at Brick School of Interior Design have clubbed the subject into four broad streams that we call as laboratories. Every year, each lab/studio would be amalgamation of various modules; the mix, proportion and emphasis of the modules would vary as per the stage of progress and understanding. Each module would also have its internal component of information/ knowledge sharing which would trigger thinking, technical rules and skill. Eventually these modules would urge students to explore on their own thought, its application and/ or creation.
Interior Design Lab – (IDL)
Interior Design Tools and Communication Lab – (ID-TCL)
Interior Design Construction and Technology Lab – (ID-CTL)
Interior Design Humanities, Management and Research Lab – (ID-HMRL)
A designer is an emerging synthesis of artist, inventor, mechanic, objective economist, and evolutionary strategist. –Buckminster Fuller
Design can be learnt and experienced in an own individual way and expressed to include our past as well as new learnings. A way of inclusive interactions with tutors, peers, environs and self will result in a unique personal output for each learner. Design is simply the clarity of one’s own thoughts and the education of the basic reasoning behind it.
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