Interior & Architecture design combines the study and practice of interior design with architecture. Interest in interior architecture has grown rapidly in recent years. New materials, technologies and techniques are giving interior architects exciting new ways to enclose and use space. This course develop students' sensibility in space design. Interior & Architecture Design involves the application of creative and technical expertise to an interior environment to enhance the quality of human life. The canvas is multidisciplinary and multidimensional; covering art, architecture, technology, furniture, lighting, materials, products, cultural anthropology, social science, professional practice, etc.
A real life like industry experience
A dedicated study which provides students with an excellent opportunity to start their own business.
A strong focus to prepare students for a successful career
Links with leading companies and industries-students encouraged to exploit these links and undertake work experience.
A promising tradition of student success nationally and internationally..
The selection of the students is based on the following factors:
Candidates with ICS, ICOM, FA, FSC, A LEVELS in any subject can apply for this course.
An assessment test will be provided to candidates which is designed to analyses their aesthetical abilities in art and design field. The percentage in this test will allow the department to focus on the areas in which candidates lack, so further advising can be given by assessors.
An application form has to be filled by the candidate given by the admission office .The form will have all the required academic documents which includes two passport size pictures previous academic certificates ,and CNIC copy of candidate in case the candidate does not possess one, guardian’s id card copy can also be attached.
Total duration: 4 years
Total semesters: 8 (6 months per semester)
Total credits: 240
Mandatory: 80 credits
Optional: 160 credits
Total credits: 120 credits
This is the most obvious route for most designers. As an interior designer, you will be tasked with making the interiors of homes, offices, and other buildings beautiful. Interior designers have to be creative, understand color theory, and keep abreast with emerging interior design trends.
The designers may work with residential or commercial clients. Residential interior designers are mostly involved with styling and interior decorating, fabrics and furnishing. Commercial interiors designers may work in retail, offices, restaurants, hotels, and education institutions.
Furniture design is a more specialized part of interior design. As a furniture designer, your work can be twofold; with the client and with other suppliers. When working with a client, you may be tasked with arranging furniture at houses, showrooms, offices, and other areas to use space optimally, bring out desired themes and so on.
You may also work with your client’s suppliers such as carpenters, guiding them on what decorations to incorporate in the furniture to bring out your client’s tastes.
Exhibition designers provide working layouts and decide the décor to be used in exhibition halls. The designers need to be knowledgeable on modular stand design, custom build designs, exhibition and museum design, and floor management. Other skills required include CAD and 3D packages like Adobe Suites and AutoCAD/Vector works.
When working on projects, the designers take into consideration the traffic expected at the exhibition hall, items that will be showcased and the theme of the exhibition.
Lighting designers ensure adequate lighting for the various projects they are involved in. The designers have to be knowledgeable in basic wiring or work with a qualified electrician to bring out various creative lighting effects depending on the nature of the projects.
Lighting designers may also be involved in schematic design and work on decorative products such as light fittings, shades and luminaries for a design consultancy or manufacturer. Knowledge in different types of lighting and their effects is crucial to the success of a lighting designer.
Kitchen designers are primarily involved with kitchen aesthetics and usefulness to the people who use them. The designers can work hand in hand with constructors to determine the floor plan or can come after the floorwork has been done to help clients with kitchen items.
Kitchen designers should balance both design and functionality of the items they recommend in the kitchen. The designers should know the effect of kitchen temperatures on the decors they go for, the maintenance required, and general replacement procedures.
Industrial designers develop the concepts for manufactured products, such as cars, home appliances, and toys. They combine art, business, and engineering to make products that people use every day. Industrial designers consider the function, aesthetics, production costs, and the usability of products when developing new product concepts.
Landscape architects design parks and the outdoor spaces of campuses, recreational facilities, private homes, and other open areas.
In our drawing studios our teaching artists will challenge and inspire you to inspire the world in a whole new way.
Our well-equipped and fun studio where students connect with their creativity, learn and leave with a renewed sense of empowerment and inspiration.
Our Art studios allow you to create visual artwork through painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, photography, printing and fiber glass.
Express yourself through different mediums in our painting studios and revive the legacy of the past artists.