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Diploma of Interior Design + Decoration Foundation Subjects STUDENT MANUAL
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iscd DIPLOMA OF INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATION 2 iscd DIPLOMA OF INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATION A unique and exclusive course designed, published and delivered by International School of Colour and Design Pty Ltd. All intellectual property is owned by the School and reproduction of contents is not permissible by law. © iscd Pty Ltd April 2016 INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF COLOUR AND DESIGN PTY LTD CONTENTS
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© INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF COLOUR AND DESIGN PTY LIMITED 3 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION About the Course 06 Course Description 07 Course Outcomes 08 Course Subjects 09 Course Units and Pathways 10 Course Expectations 11 The PNA System of Feedback 12 Industry Involvement and Research 13 Understanding Interior Design 14 The Role and Services of an Interior Designer 15 Interior Designers in the Workplace 16 Professional Associations of an Interior Designer 17 Assessment Submission Policy 18 Graduation Exhibition Artwork 19 Design Terminology 20 Tools And Equipment 23 1 DESIGN PROCESSES Creativity 26 The Creative Process 28 Conceptual Development 29 Brainstorming and Mind Maps 31 Elements and Principles of Design 32 Tips for Drawing and Design 46 The iscd Elements and Principles Grid 47 Balance in Design and Composition 50 Design Techniques 54 Drawing for Focus and Expression 57 Sketching 59 Texture 60 Realism, Stylisation, Abstract + Semi Abstract Design 69 Illustration: Designing From Nature 70 The Design Process 71 Brief Parameters 75 Concept Presentation 76
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iscd DIPLOMA OF INTERIOR DESIGN AND DECORATION 4 CONTENTS 2 COLOUR FOUNDATION Presentation Tools and The Visual DIary 80 The Portfolio and Presentation Standards 81 Working with Gouache 82 Colour Theory and Tools 83 The Colour Spectrum 86 Light and Colour Perception 87 Colour Relationships 89 Related Colour Schemes 91 Contrasting Colour Schemes 92 Chroma Reduction 93 Tertiary Colour 94 Colour Symbolism, Psyohology and Association 97 Colour Effects 106 Colour Inversion 108 Tone and Value 109 Monochromatic Tonal Schemes 112 Colour Temperature 113 3 DESIGN METHODS Elements and Principles 116 3 Dimensional Design 120 Composition 122 Positive and Negative 127 Space 128 Elements of Space 129 Ways we Design and Manipulate Space 134 People and Space 135 The Human Form in Space 137 Anthropometrics 138 Ergonomics 139 Human Communication (Proxemics) 140 People and Place 141 Proportions of Space 142 Connection of Spaces 146 Concepts into Space 151 Drawing and Rendering Techniques 153 Drawing to Scale 155 Understanding Perspective 156 Rendering your Drawings and Floor Plans 158
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© INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF COLOUR AND DESIGN PTY LIMITED 5 05 4 DESIGN HISTORY Research Techniques 162 Visual Communication 170 Origins and Influencers of Interior Design 173 Design Movements 177 Trends and Styles 195 Ground-Breaking Moments Influencing the History of Design 199 5 PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES Types of Presentations 214 Visual Presentations 214 Concept Boards 217 Graphic Design 218 Composition 219 Creating with Collage 220 Board Construction Tips 222 Presentation Techniques 224 Verbal Presentations 230 Written Presentations 233 COURSE WORK TEMPLATES 237
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