Interior Design - Level 2

A stylist is the person who chooses props, finds a location or designs a set to make a photographic shoot happen on time, on target and on budget. Interiors styling might be for an advert, press literature, editorial feature or a press launch...

Taught by: Ugo Passin.

Description

A stylist is the person who chooses props, finds a location or designs a set to make a photographic shoot happen on time, on target and on budget.

Interiors styling might be for an advert, press literature, editorial feature or a press launch. It could be for a TV makeover programme or an exhibition stand. On this course you will explore the role of the stylist and the importance of how to understand the requirements of the client before arriving at a solution.

You will look at the importance of understanding the brands and getting an accurate brief, and you will look at the different areas of advertising and advertorial promotions and the role that PR plays in all this. Through looking at a variety of editorial features you will discover how a particular magazine targets its readers. You will look at how shops and manufacturers present their products to their customers, and why it is important for a stylist to understand the brand identities of his/her clients. You will look at colour and style trends and how future trends are forecast.

You will create colour boards, trend boards and lifestyle boards and come up with ideas and solutions for a variety of styling projects.

Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older

Tutor information

Ugo Passin is a practicing Interior Designer, Consultant and Lecturer currently researching the relationship between colour and space. His Interior Design folio included domestic and commercial clients. Graduated at Chelsea College of Art & Design, he has taught Interior Modular Courses at the same; Undergraduate and Diploma Courses at London College of Communication where he was able to pass on his passion, experience and knowledge for the subject matter.


Materials

Materials for your first day/evening

Part-time evening course

  • Sketch/Note Book - preferably size A4 – good quality paper
  • Clutch pencil, HB, size 0.5
  • Eraser

Saturdays & one week courses

  • Sketch/Note Book - preferably size A4 – good quality paper
  • Clutch pencil, HB, size 0.5
  • Eraser
  • Set Square (45°x45°) – preferably one that is adjustable (size 250x250mm)
  • Architectural Scale Ruler – 300mm long – preferably single digit triangular (flat will do), showing standard scales of 1:100, 1:50 and 1:20
  • Colour Palettes – Collect a good number of them (free) from your local painting & decorating shop (Dulux, Crown, Farrow & Ball, etc.)

You may require further materials during the course. These will be discussed with your tutor

Material provided by us: 

  • Cartridge paper of different sizes and weight
  • Tracing paper of different sizes and weight
  • Foam board and card board for model making
  • Use of templates, drawing & model making tools
  • Rendering materials?

Details for booking

DateDay of WeekTimeDurationCostStatusLocationAction
10/04/2017 - 13/04/2017Monday to Thursday10:00 - 17:154 Days£580Available Richbell Place - WC1N Add to Basket
20/04/2017 - 22/06/2017Thursdays18:30 - 21:0010 Weeks£580Available Richbell Place - WC1N Add to Basket
24/07/2017 - 28/07/2017Monday to Friday10:00 - 17:001 Week£610Available Richbell Place - WC1N Add to Basket
21/08/2017 - 25/08/2017Monday to Friday10:00 - 17:001 Week£610Available Richbell Place - WC1N Add to Basket