Interior Design for 16 to 18 Year Olds

Do you want to know what interior design is really all about? (And as a hint, it's not all paint charts and co-ordinating cushions.) This course will give you an insight into the basics of interior design. The course will introduce you to the design process: researching your ideas, how to put them down on paper (using different drawing methods) and how to present your ideas in a portfolio...

Taught by: Amina Abbas-Nazari, Lisa Bengtsson.

Description

Do you want to know what interior design is really all about? (And as a hint, it's not all paint charts and co-ordinating cushions.) This course will give you an insight into the basics of interior design. The course will introduce you to the design process: researching your ideas, how to put them down on paper (using different drawing methods) and how to present your ideas in a portfolio.

Who should take this course?

The course is suitable for ambitious beginners as well as those who have already studied art and design and who want to build up their skills.

It is an excellent starting point for you if you want to develop a portfolio to apply for further study or just find out where 'Changing Rooms' stops and interior design begins.

Entry requirements: None

Level: Beginners

Tutor information

Amina is a Designer and Producer of Interactions, Experiences and Events. She has presented her work at the London Design Festival, Milan Furniture Fair and Venice Architecture Biennial. Also, lectured at Harvard University, America, the V&A museum, for industry and government. She has previously worked for Heatherwick Studio, Secret Cinema, Kew Gardens and Guerrilla Science.
Lisa Marie Bengtsson is a designer working across the disciplines and has a distinctive competence in the field of child culture and co-design with children. With a BA in product & furniture design and a MFA in child culture design she now runs her own company Form For Fun. She has designed interior in hotels and libraries, playgrounds, interactive exhibitions, set design, furniture, products, public spaces – all with focus on interior, form and space for children’s play activities.Her work has been featured in MOMA’s filial exhibition ‘The Century of the Child’, Hong Kong Design week, exhibitions in Sweden and LDF.

Materials

Please bring with you to the first session:

  • Trainers/sneakers (we'll do quite a lot of walking)
  • A3 layout pad
  • Fibre tip pens, sizes 0.1, 0.5, 0.7mm
  • Set of coloured pencils
  • Scalpel
  • 300mm ruler
  • Pencil
  • Camera
  • notebook.

Details for booking

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