Do you want to become an interior designer?
IDI's Master in Interior Design in Milan is a full-immersion professional training course that will enable you to learn advanced design techniques, learning how to manage an interior design project in all its phases.
The objective of the Interior Design Course is to complete professionals knowledge ,make them able to set up living and business spaces, to choose the furnishing elements, to realize graphic and computerized representations, without never lose sight of the dominant trends and tastes on the market.
During the course, the students will acquire historical and technical knowledge on interior design, under the guidance of renowned teachers, tackling issues related to art, fashion, communication and architecture.
Making contemporary spaces is a task that requires skill and taste: the places where we live, work, or spend our free time must arouse emotion, facilitate the creation of relationships and the development of creativity. For this reason, interior design must respond to the different needs of comfort and individual expression, aggregation and efficiency, identity creation and communicative impact.
The master's student will explore new possibilities, putting into practice the skills acquired during the classroom already in the project work, focused on innovation and on the consolidation of acquired notions. The student will have a global and concrete perception of the changes taking place on the market , learning to read the signals that anticipate new trends, by developing a design project starting from the concept and the technical and material choices, passing through the study of colors, volumes and surfaces, to reach rendering 3D., the student will have a global and concrete perception of the changes taking place in the market, learning to read the signs that anticipate new trends.
Among the field that are part of the interior designer activity, in addition to the traditional spaces of the house, offices and reception facilities, commercial spaces such as shops, showrooms and exhibition stands have gained enormous attention: spaces in which the designer provides its technical and stylistic know-how to meet the needs of corporate communication and product marketing. technical and stylistic know-how to meet the institutional communication and product marketing needs of companies.