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What is Interior design at AID?
     Interior design is a multi–faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment. The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology, including research, analysis, and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills the project goals.

At AID the interior designing programme emphasize on preparing all aspects for a successful and a rewarding career. Course stress the planning and construction of interior spaces and coordination of furnishing and accessories. Problem solving studio, classes involve the understanding and application of colour, fabrics, lighting, interior, material and knowledge of barrier free design, energy efficiency, and worker productivity quotes.

Upcoming designers will master the basics and advanced drawings, rendering and computer aided design skill in order to present designing concepts to clients in a professional manner. Students are prepared for a wide range of career opportunities including the growing for space planning, skill and the increasing need for qualified person to design, remodel, and renovate existing buildings for reuse.

At AID, interior designing students are made to understand what an interior environment is an also learnt to solve the problems encountered in designing all types of interior environments. Class projects cover commercial and residential interiors in contemporary and traditional setting such as houses, apartments, hotels, schools, restaurants, offices, banks, hospitals and retail spaces. Students are guided from concepts of presentation, portfolio preparation and review.

The faculty outlook is oriented towards the future yet the courses contain also stress on rich heritage of design drawn from ancient eras and cultures. The lectures are detailed in theory and stress on practicals. Guest lecturers given by practicing professional at notified dates. There are also site visits to various workshops, construction sites and different architectural heritage, etc.