- Taught by Practicing Professionals
- Addresses Residential and Commercial Interiors
- Builds Traditional and Computer-Aided Design Skills
There is no better place to study interior design than NYC—the design capital of the world. These courses emphasize the design of functional, aesthetic, and technically proficient environments. Sustainable practices are infused throughout the curriculum. You will learn to identify, research, and creatively solve problems pertaining to the function and quality of the interior environment. Courses employ both computer-aided graphics and traditional design studio processes and methodologies.
Learn about interior design materials, trade sources, and business practices in the context of the industry in New York City.
This introduction to 3D modeling is for those in interior design who have little or no digital modeling experience.
Acquire a foundation in the historical design styles as preparation for work on contemporary interior design projects.
Acquire a working knowledge of the principles and business practices of interior designers.
Explore the basic principles of interior design and begin to draw and draft your ideas.
Explore the physical properties and creative possibilities in the vast and ever-changing world of innovative materials and technologies.
Learn to communicate your interior design concepts with confidence and panache.
Explore different material types to understand their properties, limitations, and creative possibilities for interior design and other uses.