UAL Diploma in Art and Design – Interior Design – Level 2

Key Course Information

Level 2 Discount available

This course will help you to discover the world of Interior Design.

Students who study with R. Rubio will feel empowered by their new design knowledge and complete the course with pride.

Taught by a professional Interior Architect/Product designer who enjoys sharing and passing on her knowledge to students. Her positive and holistic approach helps students to believe in their abilities, feel enthused to tackle a new design project or progress on to further study developing a new design related career.

Students studying Interior Design level 2 will be given a number of interesting challenging projects. The classroom operates similar to an Interior design studio where creativity and professionalism plays an important role in the development of the students. The content of the course is updated every year according to the demands of the Industry.

Past students who have completed this course have progressed on to work in the Design Industry and recommend this course.

Progression: Depending on previous qualifications students can progress to (BA University) UAL Foundation level 3, KCC BTEC Level 3 Interior Architecture, employment, self-employment, management or interior design renovations.

What will I learn?
Content: Exploring creative solutions for interior, contextual studies, analytical thinking, freehand and technical drawing, perspective, construction, sample boards, model making, colour theory, eco solutions, photography, materials, design ethics and employability.

R. Rubio highly values equality, diversity and enrichment for all the students and encourages an awareness of world design and a fusion of the best designs.
Do not miss to this opportunity, enrol now as the courses fill up fast! For further information contact r.rubio@kcc.ac.uk

Entry Requirements
Willing to learn and explore creativity in design.
We recommend that students should attend an Introduction to Interior design before applying for this course.
What Books and Equipment do I need? The induction week will provide you a recommended list of materials to buy.

Where will I study?
Kensington Centre, Third floor room 303

How will I be taught?
You will be taught through a range of classroom based activities and demonstrations, live external projects that link directly to your curriculum and internal projects that allow you to apply your knowledge and skills.

You will be taught both practical creative techniques, theory and contextual studies. You will be encouraged to develop the skills to create effective designs.

How will I be assessed?
Continual assessment is by coursework and is internally assessed and verified. You will work with a sketchbook and portfolio, and create a final exhibition of your work. You will receive a range of support including one to one support, plus written, verbal and digital feedback, in order to fulfil assignment deadlines, and achieve the best grade possible.


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