INTERIOR DESIGN II
The aim of this subject is to enhance design skills by designing complex residential spaces and develop problem-saving strategies in interior space. Students will learn how to design through idea generation and concept building with emphasis on day light and illumination. Application and usage of contemporary materials and upcoming bends in market will also be part of the course.
FURNITURE DESIGN I
The aim of this subject is to develop a scientific understanding of furniture, its joinery and various material possibilities Structure, ergonomics, anthropometry applied to furniture and systems in wood and wood derivatives along with compatible material Furniture terminology, hardware, joinery, fixing detail idea generation by designing simple objects like stools, choirs, coffee tables etc.
MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES
The aim of this subject is to understand materials and products applied in interior spaces with relevant construction technology. Introduction to materials and products stones bricks, clay, bamboo, timber, wood and wood products, their physical and behavioural properties, process of manufacture, application in built form and interiors. Construction techniques used for varying systems, openings, doors and windows with wood joinery details. Upcoming trends in market introduction to basic structure/ load transfer etc.
MATERIAL AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES II
The aim of this subject is to impart detailed knowledge of materials, their characteristics technique of using materials and making working drawings. Application of wood to staircases and special type of doors. Introduction to home structure with columns, beams, and canter’s introduction to types of glosses and its various applications.
INTERIOR WORKING DRAWING I
The aim of this subject is to enable students to prepare working details of interior projects. Preparation of working details for furniture with specification flooring with specification, ceiling with specification, and wall treatment with specification Preparation of working drawings of interior projects completed in previous/current semester.
INTERIOR SERVICES I
The aim of this subject is to understand the basic principles of drainage and details. Factures and fittings. Basic principles of sanitation and disposal of waste materials from buildings. Standard sanitary fittings, traps, pipes and their joints.
INTERIOR ENVIRONMENT CONTROL
The aim of this subject is to acquaint students with various interior elements which affect human comfort. Effect of climate on human comfort Definition of Climate/Weather and effects on structure Sun control, shading devices, material colour and texture choices for interior spaces. Solar passive designs. Daylight factor, size of opening with respect to daylight and its sources lighting criteria.
EVOLUTION OF DESIGN
The aim of the subject is to understand the progression of historical development of art, architecture, interiors in Indian context. Topics include architectural history of India starting from Indus Valley Civilization, Temple architecture in ancient and Medieval India, Islamic and Mughal architecture ending with architecture built during the British Raj.
The aim of this subject is to have hands on experience of various materials and enhance their creative skills to make scale medals, artifacts and accessories for interior spaces. Photography workshop weaving workshop are the topics to be covered in this subject.