Diploma in Interior Design

Syllabus for Diploma in Interior Design

     Course Title: Diploma Interior Design
     Duration: 1 year
     Total Marks: 1000
     Subject Code: DID
     PG Diploma - Syllabus

                                                                                                                                                                              (Marks 100), Paper Code - DID - 101
  • Unit No. 1: Introduction of Design.
  • Unit No. 2: Elements of Design.
  • Unit No. 3: Principles of Design.
  • Unit No. 4: Introduction of Interior Design.
  • Unit No. 5: Standard Dimensions of Living Room Furniture.
  • Unit No. 6: Dining Area Furniture.
  • Unit No. 7: Bedroom Furniture.
  • Unit No. 8: Kitchen Furniture.
  • Unit No. 9: Bathroom / Toilet (Sanitary Wares).
  • Unit No. 9: Measurement Plan.
  • Unit No. 10: Bubble Diagram and Furniture Layout.
  • Unit No. 11: Interior Elevations of Walls.
  • Unit No. 12: Planning of Living Room.
  • Unit No. 13: Planning of Dining Area.
  • Unit No. 14: Planning of Bedroom.
  • Unit No. 15: Planning of Kitchen.
  • Unit No. 16: Planning of Bathroom.
  • Unit No. 17: Planning of the Circulation Space.
  • Unit No. 18: Flooring Layout.
  • Unit No. 19: False Ceiling.
  • Unit No. 20: Electrical Layout.
  • Unit No. 21: Room Orientation.
                                                                                                                                                                            (Marks 100) Paper Code - PGDID - 102
  • Unit No. 1 : Brick : Qualities of good brick, Field test,Terminology, Precautions to be taken in brick laying & size.
  • Unit No. 2 : Stone : Classification, Qualities of good stone, Laying , Dressing , Different textures and applications.
  • Unit No. 3 : Sand : Types and application.
  • Unit No. 4 : Timber : Types, Cross sections of exogenous tree, Defects in timber, Seasoning, Application in interior, Application of artificial timber e.g. veneers plywood.
  • Unit No. 5 : Cement : Types, Field test for cement , Application of cement.
  • Unit No. 6 : Mortar : Types , Application.
  • Unit No. 7 : Clay Products : Types, Application.
  • Unit No. 8 : Lime : Types ,Application.
  • Unit No. 9 : Stone Ware and Porcelain : Application in Interior Design
  • Unit No. 10 : Concrete : Types, Application, Precautions to be taken in handling and transportation.
  • Unit No. 11 : Glass : Types, Applications of glass in various interiors.
  • Unit No. 12 : Paints Varnishes : Types and applications in various interiors.
  • Unit No. 13 : Hard ware : Types and application.
                                                                                                                                                                           (Marks 100), Paper Code - PGDID - 103
  • Unit No. 1 : Draftsmanship
    1. Introduction to Draftsmanship.
    2. Need for training, duties determining needs and wishes of the client.
    3. Relationship between two-dimensional and three dimensional diagrams.
  • Unit No. 2 : Drafting Tools and techniques
    1. Introduction of drawing table and boards, How to handle - handling paper and pencil.
    2. Types of scales, Tools for curves and irregular forms - Drawing aids.
    3. Drafting mediums - Tracing papers, tracing cloth, water colour paper, sketch paper, vellum and polyester film.
  • Unit No. 3 : Basics of Drawing
    1. Measurements.
    2. Lines - Types of lines and lines thickness.
    3. Lettering - Single stroke letter, Gothic letters.
    4. Dimensioning - Types of dimensioning, different types of dimensioning lines.
    5. Drawing and drawing methods.
    6. Geometrical figures.
  • Unit No. 4 : Architectural Symbols
    1. Structural symbols, window and door symbols.
    2. Plumbing symbols and electrical symbols.
  • Unit No. 5 : Architectural Drawing
    1. Orthographic and isometric Projection.
    2. Perspective Projection - one point and two point Free Hand.
    3. Sciography - Shades and Shadow of objects, Presentation Techniques.
    4. Rendering and Coloring.
    5. Presentation Drawing, Perspective Projection.
                                                                                                                                        Portfolio & Viva Voce (Marks 100), Paper Code - PGDID - 104
  • Unit No. 1: Introduction to design.
  • Unit No. 2: Standard dimensions of office furniture.
  • Unit No. 3: Waiting area furniture.
  • Unit No. 4: Office table computer work furniture.
  • Unit No. 5: Staff cabin furniture.
  • Unit No. 6: Office files storage and cabinets.
  • Unit No. 7: Common areas.
  • Unit No. 8: Main cabins.
  • Unit No. 9: Conference room.
  • Unit No. 10: Pantry area
  • Unit No. 11: Canteen
  • Unit No. 12: WCs
  • Unit No. 13: Store room
  • Unit No. 14: Planning of the circulation space
  • Unit No. 15: Planning of office
                                                                                                                                                                           (Marks 100), Paper Code - PGDID - 105
  • Unit No. 1: Design brief.
  • Unit No. 2: Picture board - 3.
  • Unit No. 3: Principles of Design - 3 sheets.
  • Unit No. 4: Measurement Plan-1.
  • Unit No. 5: Civil Changes layout -1.
  • Unit No. 6: Bubble diagram - (5 sheets).
  • Unit No. 7: Concept of Design (write-up).
  • Unit No. 8: Furniture layout.
  • Unit No. 9: Elevation - (12 Sheets).
  • Unit No. 10: Flooring layout.
  • Unit No. 11: Reflected False ceiling layout.
  • Unit No. 12: Electrical layout.
  • Unit No. 13: Plumbing layout.
  • Unit No. 14: A/C layout.
  • Unit No. 15: Perspective - (10 Sheets).
  • Unit No. 16: Perspective of external facade.
  • Unit No. 17: Material Chart.
  • Unit No. 18: Material Chart.
  • Unit No. 19: Model.
                                                                                                                                                                           (Marks 100), Paper Code - PGDID - 106
  • Unit No. 1: Design brief.
  • Unit No. 2: Picture board - 3.
  • Unit No. 3: Principles of Design - 3 sheets.
  • Unit No. 4: Measurement Plan-1.
  • Unit No. 5: Civil Changes layout -1.
  • Unit No. 6: Bubble diagram - ( 5 sheets ).
  • Unit No. 7: Concept of Design ( write-up).
  • Unit No. 8: Furniture layout.
  • Unit No. 9: Elevation - (12 Sheets).
  • Unit No. 10: Flooring layout.
  • Unit No. 11: Reflected False ceiling layout.
  • Unit No. 12: Electrical layout.
  • Unit No. 13: Perspective - (10 Sheets).
  • Unit No. 14: Material Chart.
  • Unit No. 15: Estimate.
                                                                                                                                                                           (Marks 100), Paper Code - PGDID - 107
  • Unit No. 1: Sanitary Fixtures and Fittings.
  • Unit No. 2: Building Drainage System.
  • Unit No. 3: Acoustics.
  • Unit No. 4: Air Conditioning.
  • Unit No. 5: Termite proofing, waterproofing.
                                                                                                                                                                          (Marks 100), Paper Code - PGDID - 108
  • Unit No. 1: Estimate.
  • Unit No. 2: Office letter writing.
  • Unit No. 3: Role of Designer3
  • Unit No. 4: Role of Indian Institute of Interior Designers
                                                                                                                                                                            (Marks 100) Paper Code - PGDID - 109
Note : The Portfolio should cover sheet from all the chapters mentioned below:
  • Unit No. 1: Draftsmanship
    1. Introduction to Draftsmanship.
    2. Need for training, duties determining needs and wishes of the client.
    3. Relationship between two-dimensional and three dimensional diagrams.
  • Unit No. 2: Drafting Tools and techniques
    1. Introduction of drawing table and boards, How to handle - handling paper and pencil.
    2. Types of scales, Tools for curves and irregular forms - Drawing aids.
    3. Drafting mediums - Tracing papers, tracing cloth, water colour paper, sketch paper, vellum and polyester film.
  • Unit No. 3: Basics of Drawing
    1. Measurements.
    2. Lines - Types of lines and lines thickness.
    3. Lettering - Single stroke letter, Gothic letters.
    4. Dimensioning - Types of dimensioning, different types of dimensioning lines.
    5. Drawing and drawing methods.
    6. Geometrical figures.
  • Unit No. 4: Architectural Symbols
    1. Structural symbols, window and door symbols.
    2. Plumbing symbols and electrical symbols.
  • Unit No. 5: Architectural Drawing
    1. Orthographic and isometric Projection.
    2. Perspective Projection - one point and two point Free Hand.
    3. Sciography - Shades and Shadow of objects, Presentation Techniques.
    4. Rendering and Coloring.
    5. Presentation Drawing, Perspective Projection.
                                                                                                                                                                            (Marks 100) Paper Code - PGDID - 110
  • Unit No. 1: Brick: Qualities of good brick, Field test, Terminology, Precautions to be taken in brick laying & size.
  • Unit No. 2: Stone: Classification, Qualities of good stone, Laying , Dressing , Different textures and applications.
  • Unit No. 3: Sand: Types and application.
  • Unit No. 4: Timber: Types, Cross sections of exogenous tree , Defects in timber, Seasoning, Application in interior, Application of artificial timber e.g. veneers plywood.
  • Unit No. 5: Cement: Types, Field test for cement ,Application of cement.
  • Unit No. 6: Mortar: Types , Application.
  • Unit No. 7: Clay Products: Types, Application.
  • Unit No. 8: Lime: Types , Application.
  • Unit No. 9: Stone Ware and Porcelain: Application in Interior Design.
  • Unit No. 10: Concrete: Types, Application , Precautions to be taken in handling and transportation.
  • Unit No. 11: Glass: Types, Applications of glass in various interiors
  • Unit No. 12: Paints: Varnishes: Types and applications in various interiors.
  • Unit No. 13: Hard ware: Types and application
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