Interior Design PG
Quasar Institute For Advanced Design
Interior Design PG
Interior Design Master's Degree
Postgraduate Course recognized by MIUR
The course is a through and high-quality path of specialization in the field of interior design. Starting from a solid, experience-based foundation, it aims to give the student an in-depth knowledge of both the history and cultural tradition of interior design. It then moves on to the most cutting-edge practices and theories of the field, which take into account a wide range of needs – functional, economic, aesthetic, psychological and environmental. The course provides an educational path that starts from the history, critique, and methodology of interior design, and from the basics of representation techniques and technical drawing. Its aim is to develop over time a greater maturity and mastery in the design languages, and finally reach the intensive workshop phase, in tune with the latest technologies available.
Attendance: Thursday, Friday (from 6 pm to 9 pm) and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm
Degree and certificates obtainede: First Level Master’s Degree, Quasar Diploma
WHO IS IT FOR
The Master’s Degree in Interior Design is aimed at graduates from Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degrees in subjects or areas consistent with the Master’s classes.
It also requires previous technical experience.
Candidates are invited to present a portfolio of past projects and to have an aptitude interview with the coordinator of the course.
FUTURE CAREERS AND CREATIVE PROFESSIONS
Graduates of the Interior Design Postgraduate Course can aspire to the following professional roles:
- Interior Designer
- Exhibition Designer
- Art Direction and Media Management
- Product Design – Made in Italy
- Yacht Design PG
History and Critique of Interior Design
This class area focuses on the cultural and historical universe that defines the field of Interior Design – in its manifold meanings and different interpretations. The classes will deal not only with the historical aspects of Design, but also with the ways Design interacts, influences and interacts with fashion and art.
This class area offers the right skills and tools to create 3D architectural and design models. It provides the theoretical and practical knowledge necessary to build three-dimensional (3D) digital models of solids and surfaces.
Materials Science and Furnishing Techniques
This class area is twofold. On the one hand, it explores the technical aspects of industrial and artisanal furniture production; on the other, it deals with all the techniques to adapt furnishing elements to pre-existing ones, including the use of semifinished products to renovate the fundamental surfaces (floors, walls, ceilings, fixtures, doors and windows). Other topics covered include basic knowledge of plant building and the study of functional monoblocks (bathrooms and kitchens). The student will learn to manage all phases of realization: project direction, how to interface with construction companies, suppliers and artisans, metric estimates and specifics.
Interior Design workshops and Executive Design
|History, criticism and methodology of interior design||5|
|Perception and representation of interior design||5|
|Computer-assisted representation techniques||5|
|Design workshop 1 – home||5|
|Design workshop 2 – office and retail||5|
|Design workshop 3 – public spaces||5|
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