Course in Interior Design

Course in Interior Design


Training course

The aim of this Interior Design Course is to train complete professionals in the field of interior design, capable of fitting out residential and corporate spaces, while choosing the furnishing elements, through graphic and computerised representations, without ever losing sight of the trends and tastes prevailing on the market.

During the course, students will acquire historical and technical knowledge on interior design under the guidance of experienced lecturers in the field, addressing issues related to art, fashion, communication and architecture in a transversal manner.

Giving shape to contemporary spaces is a task that requires competence and taste: the places where we live, work or spend our leisure time must arouse emotion, facilitate the creation of relationships and the development of creativity. This is why interior design must always respond to the different needs of comfort and individual expression, aggregation and efficiency, identity creation and communicative impact.

The student will put into practice the skills acquired in the classroom phase already during the project work, focused on innovation and consolidation of the acquired notions. By developing a design project starting from the concept, to the choice of materials, passing through the study of colours, volumes and surfaces, up to 3D rendering, the student will have a global and concrete perception of the changes taking place on the market, learning to read the signs that anticipate new trends.

The Course in Interior Design by IDI is a professional training course that will enable you to learn advanced design techniques, learning how to manage an interior design project in all its phases.


  • Historical background of interior design
  • The New Trends
  • Furnishing styles
  • Fixed and mobile furnishing accessories
  • Floors and walls
  • Plasters and painting
  • How to choose materials in the design phases: main selection criteria
  • Design of living and commercial spaces
  • Decoration of the single rooms
  • Use of small spaces
  • How to match styles
  • Lighting equipment: components and accessories
  • Hints of Lighting Technology
  • Color psychology
  • Notions of Bio-architecture
  • Green Indoor
  • Designing with software

Phases of the route

Propaedeutics: Books and e-learning platform
Classroom phase: 120 hours (24 hours per week for 5 weeks)
Project work: 3 months to develop a project following the outline provided by the lecturer
Internship: 300 hours on regional territory


Possibility of financing the enrolment fee Video CV editing and updating for dissemination to companies in the sector at the end of the training course in the candidate's region of preference.

How to apply

Fill out the information request form and we will contact you within a few days. In the selection of candidates the scholastic CV, work experience and motivational letter will be considered. It is possible and advisable to send a portfolio of previous works. The examining commission, considering these elements, will communicate the result of the selection and the admission to the Course.

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Luca Solazzo was born in Rome, where he graduated in Architecture at La Sapienza University, with a thesis in Industrial Design entitled 'The places of pause in working environments'. In 2005, he obtained a 2nd level Master's degree in Lighting Design. He dedicates himself to research and experimentation, participating in national and international design seminars, as well as in several architecture and design competitions, including the winning project of the National Design Competition on offices of the future "Ufficio Ideale". Lecturer in architecture at La Sapienza University in Rome and Camerino University in Ascoli. He has participated in several television programmes on interior design, including "Case e Stili" (Alice TV channel) and "Work in Progress" (Sky TV channel). In addition to his freelance activities as a planner and project manager, he also works as a designer, designing and producing furnishing accessories, some of which are on sale in specialised shops. Many of his works have been the subject of publications in the main magazines of the sector including: l'Arca, Ottagono, Abitare, Inside Quality Design, Progetti, Ambiente Casa, Casa 99 Idee. He founded the Luca Solazzo Architettura e Design studio in 2000. He has collaborated for several museums on lighting and installations. He is currently active in the field of interior architecture and residential and commercial research and design, in Rome and throughout Italy.

Sonia Santella is a garden designer, blogger and freelance journalist. She holds a Bachelor of arts degree from Stockholm University and is currently a member of a Scandinavian landscape research network. She completed her training at theQuasar Design University Institute in Rome, specialising in the design of public and private green spaces. He has been writing specialised articles in the field of landscape architecture for about ten years and cultivates a passion for garden photography by collaborating with Italian and Swedish magazines. In 2009, he published his first book, entitled Gardens of Sweden. Green passion and culture from the 19th century to the present day and in 2012 Royal Gardens of Sweden. An enchanted journey through art and nature.



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Sviluppo Europa s.r.l.
Via Albricci, 9 - 20122 Milan
P.I. 10282190965
unique code: M5UXCR1
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REA number MI-2519496
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