VDIS10004 Specifying Interiors

Credit Points 20
An essential component of an interior designers work is the identification and specification of a wide range of materials, finishes and soft furnishings appropriate for Residential and Commercial interior environments.
This subject requires students to recommend and apply suitable decorative treatments for windows, soft floor covering and soft furnishings, as well as research and report on manufacturing processes, new technologies, environmental impact etc. relating to their selections.
Similarly, the conceptualisation and specification of lighting has a significant influence on specified materials and finishes for the intended scheme. The student learns to assess natural and artificial light sources and draw and present lighting layouts for an interior space.

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