Interior Design

At LdM’s Interior Design Department, students investigate all of the dimensions of living, both past and present. Courses draw on the contemporary design work being done at professional trade fairs in Milan (Salone del Mobile) and Bologna (Cersaie). Lecturers and professors are active in their fields and provide important insight into what student’s can expect from the real-life scenarios and how to successfully navigate it.

Field trips to furniture factories, designer offices and artists’ studios play an important role, giving students a hands-on experience of all aspects of Interior Design. The Interior Design Department at LdM features a state-of-the-art computer lab, where students create and render the models developed in class. There is also a modelling lab where students put classroom theory to practice and construct their own designs and objects. The department also has an updated library of books and magazines. See what you could be doing in Interior Design at LdM by visiting our Interior Design Department blog at blog.ldminstitute.com/interior/.

Courses:

Interior Design I
Product Design I
Perspective Drawing and Rendering
Technical Drawing
CAD for Interior Design I
Design for Living Spaces
Architecture and Fashion
Aesthetics of Design: Theory and Practice
Design Materials
Interior Design II
CAD for Interior Design II
Product Design II
Retail Design
Lighting Design
Computer Rendering for Interior Design
Trend Forecasting
Web Portfolio Presentation
Sustainable Design
Concepts and Strategies for Design
Computer 3D Animation
Furniture Design
Exhibit Design
Working Group Project in Interior Design