This module will inform the participants about transformations and how do Interior Architects go about it. It will teach them what ideation is and how do ideas manifest into reality. This may be done by analyzing a favorite space in the city, breaking it down and understanding it. Participants will then be taken through an ideation process so that they may start working towards making an idea into a reality. One will also be taken through a review experience where these ideas are presented.
This module will equip the participants to translate and transform their idea into something larger than itself. The aim is that an idea should be able to transform itself to reality. The participants could take an idea and make it into a physical reality that someone can see, touch, feel or use. One shall work with the simplest of materials, cardboard, to completely transform a space, from the floor to the ceiling, making each element within it, be they spatial forms, furniture or wall treatments and more. In three days one could make a completely inhabitable room that could actually be occupied.
Documenting and sharing of work is an important aspect of every Interior Architect's portfolio. This not only facilitates networking and adding to the larger body of work but also brings valuable feedback and builds the practice. Participants will be assisted in converting their work into a digital document, be it for a portfolio, social media or a personal online archive.