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Title: Tips and tricks Of Interior Design


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INTERIOR DESIGNER
  • JATIN SINGH

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TABLES OF CONTENT
  • ABOUT INTERIOR DESIGN
  • HISTORY
  • EDUCATION
  • WORKING CONDITION
  • INTERIOR DESIGN SAMPLES
  • COLORS IN INTERIOR DESIGN
  • FACTS OF INTERIOR DESIGN
  • REFERENCE

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ABOUT INTERIOR DESIGN
  • Interior design is the art and science of
    understanding people's behavior to create
    functional spaces within a building. Decoration
    is the furnishing or adorning of a space with
    fashionable or beautiful things. In short,
    interior designers may decorate, but decorators
    do not design.
  • Interior design is the process of shaping the
    experience of interior space, through the
    manipulation of spatial volume as well as surface
    treatment for the betterment of human
    functionality.
  • An interior designer is someone who plans,
    researches, coordinates, and manages such
    projects. Interior design is a multifaceted
    profession that includes conceptual development,
    space planning, site inspections, programming,
    research, communicating with the stakeholders of
    a project, construction management, and execution
    of the design

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HISTORY
  • In the past, interiors were put together
    instinctively as a part of the process of
    building. The profession of interior design has
    been a consequence of the development of society
    and the complex architecture that has resulted
    from the development of industrial processes. The
    pursuit of effective use of space, user
    well-being and functional design has contributed
    to the development of the contemporary interior
    design profession The profession of interior
    design is separate and distinct from the role of
    Interior Decorator, a term commonly used in the
    US. The term is less common in the UK where the
    profession of interior design is still
    unregulated and therefore, strictly speaking, not
    yet officially a profession.
  • In ancient India, architects used to work as
    interior designers. This can be seen from the
    references of Vishwakarma the architect - one of
    the gods in Indian mythology. Additionally, the
    sculptures depicting ancient texts and events are
    seen in palaces built in 17th century India.
  • In ancient Egypt, "soul houses" or models of
    houses were placed in tombs as receptacles for
    food offerings. From these, it is possible to
    discern details about the interior design of
    different residences throughout the different
    Egyptian dynasties, such as changes in
    ventilation, porticoes, columns, loggias,
    windows, and doors.

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EDUCATION
  • There are various paths that one can take to
    become a professional interior designer. All of
    these paths involve some form of training.
    Working with a successful professional designer
    is an informal method of training and has
    previously been the most common method of
    education. In many states, however, this path
    alone cannot lead to licensing as a professional
    interior designer. Training through an
    institution such as a college, art or design
    school or university is a more formal route to
    professional practice.
  • In the UK and the U.S, several university degree
    courses are now available, including those on
    interior architecture, taking three or four years
    to complete.
  • A formal education program, particularly one
    accredited by or developed with a professional
    organization of interior designers, can provide
    training that meets a minimum standard of
    excellence and therefore gives a student an
    education of a high standard. There are also
    university graduate and Ph.d. programs available
    for those seeking further training in a specific
    design specialization (i.e. gerontological or
    healthcare design) or those wishing to teach
    interior design at the university level.

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WORKING CONDITION
  • There are a wide range of working conditions and
    employment opportunities within interior design.
    Large and tiny corporations often hire interior
    designers as employees on regular working hours.
    Designers for smaller firms usually work on a
    contract or per-job basis. Self-employed
    designers, which make up 26 of interior
    designers usually work the most hours. Interior
    designers often work under stress to meet
    deadlines, stay on budget, and meet clients'
    needs.
  • In some cases, licensed professionals review the
    work and sign it before submitting the design for
    approval by clients or construction permisioning.
    The need for licensed review and signature varies
    by locality, relevant legislation, and scope of
    work. Their work can involve significant travel
    to visit different locations. However, with
    technology development, the process of contacting
    clients and communicating design alternatives has
    become easier and requires less travel. They also
    renovate a space to satisfy the specific taste
    for a client.

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INTERIOR DESIGN EXAMPLES
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COLOR IN INTERIOR DESIGN
  • Color is a powerful design tool in decorating,
    and interior design which is the art of
    composition, and coordinates colors together to
    create stylish scheme. Interior designers have
    knowledge about colors to understand
    psychological effects, and meaning of each color
    to create suitable combinations for each place.
    Combining Color also gives a certain state of
    mind, and has positive and negative effects. It
    makes a room feel more calm, cheerful,
    comfortable or dramatic. It also makes a tiny
    room seem larger or smaller. So it is the
    Interior designer profession to choose
    appropriate colors for a place in a way people
    want to look and feel in the space.

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FACTS OF INTERIOR DESIGNER
  • Interior designers may specialize in a distinct
    discipline like residential and commercial
    design, health care, hospitality and
    institutional design. 
  • Specialty areas involving interior designers are
    continuously growing and evolving. With an aging
    population in most countries the focus has been
    on developing solutions that improve the
    environment especially for the elderly. 
  • There are many disciplines involved in interior
    design like function, structure, special group
    needs, specialized performance, discipline for
    business, presentation skills, computer
    technology, craft skills, and aesthetic
    disciplines, among others.
  • Computer-aided design is normally used by
    designers these days although hand sketches still
    remain valuable for their personality. Also
    called CAD, this is a program that is used to
    communicate the design in realistic views and
    various angles. 
  • After the survey and provision of the working
    drawing the client will be given an initial
    concept for approval. Once this is approved the
    floor plans, alternations, finishing, and
    furnishings follow. Most probably doors, walls,
    and windows will be repositioned as well. 

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Reference
  • http//thewomenplaza.com/
  • https//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interior_design

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