Interior Design Portfolio Course
Do you want to develop a portfolio to apply for further study or employment in Interior Design? This course will cover the basics: the conceptual approach to structure, space and light, styling the form and function of the space and the use of materials and furniture within it. The course will introduce you to a new design process: researching your ideas, expressing them on paper and learning how to present them in your portfolio. Each week will address a different part of the design process as part of one complete project ready for your portfolio. The focus is not on teaching technical drawing but on the development of conceptual skills for putting together a portfolio.
Who should take this course?
It is suitable for ambitious beginners but also for those who might have already studied art and design and who want to build up their skills and portfolio.
Please note: This course is for students aged 18 and older
Michelle Edwards is an interior and product designer, working in London and Germany. She has recently designed a restaurant and bar for Norman Cook in Brighton, as well as designed products for commercial lighting companies and furniture as one offs as well as commercial companies. She works within different types of media and has made several short films.''Michelle has extensive teaching experience having worked at Kingston University (amongst other colleges), from foundation through to degree level.
Pascal Anson is a three dimensional designer. He has worked across the discipline and has experience of building real and virtual spaces. His interior design work stretches from exhibition spaces to international airports. He has designed the British Airways commemorative livery for the London 2012 games details of the commission can be seen at: ordinarymadeextraordinary.com Pascal's website is iampascal.com
Please bring with you to the first session:
- Trainers/sneakers (we'll do quite a lot of walking)
- A3 layout pad
- 300mm ruler