Given our fast-growing urban and rural landscape, IIAD's Interior Architecture and Design Course in Delhi aims to explore the intersection of architecture, conservation, building and design. Our endeavour is to inculcate in students a sound spatial and technical design sense, a thorough knowledge of building materials and lighting and a keen aesthetic, functional and ethical sensitivity to interior and exterior environments. The programme is a curated blend of traditional architecture and interior designing courses.
IIAD offers a practical, interactive learning methodology with a keen emphasis on mentoring by faculty and industry experts. Instructive modules include conceptual and structural development, foundation design and surface materials application. Studio and on-site projects are assigned throughout the year and practical internships offered to graduates of the BA Interior Architecture and Design Degree.
The Interior Architecture Degree teaches the students to produce a coordinated and harmonious whole in which the architecture, site, function, and visual aspects of the interior are unified. They also learn about harmony of colour, texture, lighting, scale, and proportion. The students learn to express joy, gaiety and excitement and to aim at people's hearts and not just their minds.
In order to nurture the design-thinking abilities of the interior architecture and interior design course students, IIAD offers them a project-based model of teaching and learning. This distinctive pedagogy will certainly help them leverage their creative skills and explore each one to its fullest. On completion of their design degree programmes, the students would be adept at exploring and discovering creative solutions to optimise the interior built environment. They would certainly develop the skills of visualising and manipulating a space before sketching a mock of it and achieving it in reality in accordance with the client’s requirements.
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Candidates must have appeared/passed the CBSE/ISC/IB (or any other equivalent board) 10+2 examination in any discipline. Candidates who have recently appeared for the examination and are awaiting their results may also apply.
Lateral entry into the programme is possible for students who have successfully completed the previous year(s) of their design degree/diploma programme from a nationally or internationally recognized Design Institute.
The IIAD follows a TWO-STEP evaluation procedure for admission to its courses. Candidates will have to clear :
1. The IIAD Design Aptitude Test or iDAT.
2. A comprehensive interview and portfolio assessment.
3. Students applying for Interior Architecture & Design can be exempted from the iDAT written test based on their NATA score. Should they attain the required cut off score they will progress directly for their Portfolio Assessment and Interview.
4. Students applying for Lateral Entry will be exempt from the iDAT and their admissions will be based on portfolio and personal interview.