After a series of workshops on various creative pursuits A.D The design school conducted a one day clay workshop at their campus at Khirki Extension Malviya Nagar. Workshop covered important aspects of clay modeling techniques guided by expert sculptural ceramicists & clay modelers from the school. The coverage spanned techniques in texture and form with surface design and sculpture, providing opportunities for learners to broaden their experience with various techniques and the creative planning of pieces. Continue reading
Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied to achieve a built interior environment. These solutions are functional, enhance the quality of life and culture of the occupants and are esthetically attractive. Designs are created in response to and coordinated with the building shell and acknowledge the physical location and social context of the project. Designs are in conformity with code and regularity requirements, and encourage the principles of environmental stability. Continue reading
Problems that emerging entrepreneurs face today?
If you are entrepreneur from Design field you must have a knack for planning spaces and coordinating furnishings and accessories only then this is the field for you. Interior designers beautify, improve and update the appearance and functionality of interior spaces in both residential and business settings. Many specialize in a particular type of design, like kitchen design or lighting solutions, and many augment their income by selling decorative products like accessories and furniture. Some problems emerging entrepreneurs face today are:-
- Not having opportunity to choose right Design Industry from several innate branches Industry has.
- Lack of practical exposure during training.
- Keeping pace with global developments due to limited global exposure.
- Competing with established names.
- Diverting the focus of client towards neo creativity, as market has turned towards brands which obstructs development and growth of new names.
What gaps exist in today’s education system?
Provision of education in the country has been highly revolutionized. The role of schools has thus become highly enhanced, with schools wanting to be a part of the competition as much as the students are involved. Hence all schools today should focus on ensuring better education standards rather than only seeking to accumulate student numbers.
However as is evident each design school has its own USP and as such all design schools have similar objectives. It’s the preference that differs – between vastness of curriculum covered and the depths of the subjects covered in the available curriculum.”
However, even the paradigm of commonality is raised and discussed between various educational curriculums; many would agree that there is no remnant of school-curriculum separatism visible at the college levels.
When children progress to higher education & they choose Interior Design they are all on zero level as no school curriculum up to 10+2 level has included Interior Design as a subject therefore awarding degrees or diplomas only after 1 to 3 years of learning of subject doesn’t justify the talent boasted through the award.
How do students choose the right institute among so many that exist?
Students must pay attention to curriculum and teaching methodology, they must seek maximum practical exposure for learning subjects like Interior Design. This practical exposure can be in the form of Site visits, market surveys, projects and assignments & interaction with the industry on various levels during the training.
What are the upcoming fields which are expected to be excellent career options in the future?
The options for next decade are considered to be the ones like healthcare, Teaching and tourism, training and development, & financial advisory etc.
Services that already exist will grow further. Common professions include the legal sector, police, teachers, tutors, etc.
However design will assume numero uno rank as growth and development on financial levels tends to redirect interests on Art and Design leading to appreciation of good Design and Art amongst people. However maximum benefit will be derived by Interior Designers due to shortage and high costs of spaces.
Learning by doing offers a unique approach to understanding Design, as design is most practical subject the training should be imparted using practical & hand on training rather than reading based training where students read books, make notes and produce papers in place of producing objects and practical designs in live scenario.
To simplify Design Education should be taught almost like driving is taught where trainee needs to sit on driving seat and drive in order to learn.
Besides teaching methodologies AD The Design School offers many unique propositions like:-
- OVER 10,000 SQUARE FEET CAMPUS
- WELL EQUIPPED LABS
- WI-FI CAMPUS
- FULLY AIR CONDITIONED
- EXPERIENCED FACULTY
- AFFILIATION FROM STATE GOVERNMENT UNIVERSITY
- EXCLUSIVE WORKSHOP AREA FOR CLAY, WOOD AND PAPER
- EXCELLENT & UNMATCHED INFRASTRUCTURE
- HIGHLY AFFORDABLE FEE
- LIBRARY WITH 1000 BOOKS
- FREE PICK AND DROP FACILITY
- INTERNSHIP ASSURED
- PLACEMENT ASSISTED
Today there is no better way to understand and have a feel for new design than to see it in 3-D.
3-D study at AD The Design School allows you to virtually walk through your home before even approving any specs or designs. Want to see that living room wall with bay windows? No problem. Want to check out the view from the window? Step right up. Changed your mind and now want no windows? Hold on a sec.
You need 3D Modeling for your Interior Designing study because
- Designs can change and evolve in real time, during meetings with your architect.
- Design review boards generally respond positively to presentations that include 3-D.
- Three-D design can help cut down on changes after construction has begun.
- It helps you avoid paying for work you don’t want.
Design is the practice of intentional creation to enhance the world. It is a field of doing and making, creating great products and services that fit human needs, that delight and inform. Design is exciting because it calls upon the arts and humanities, the social, physical, and biological sciences, engineering and business.
Design thinking comprises strategies for finding and solving problems by bringing an understanding of people and society to technology design, focusing upon finding the correct problem before rushing to a solution. We believe that design thinking skills will be a key success factor for a new generation of creative leaders in technology, business, and education. Continue reading
You must have heard about “green design” or seen it written in magazines. Lets understand what it actually stands for.
Green interior design should be aesthetical and functional like any goos interior design however It is different as it also accounts for the impact which the design has on physical health and the environment of human beings.
A green design at the same time can be as lustrous as the set of a futuristic science fiction movie or as simple as a grandpa’s living room. In simple words, green interior design can be a good interior design a designer should conceive. Continue reading
If you are interested in art as well as science – then this is a perfect career for you!
Product design is an awe-inspiring merger of art, science and technology. Practically each product that you see around you or use during your lifetime is created by a product designer. The safety pin, the chair, the key board of your system, the I-phone, the blackberry, the tooth brush, the door handle, the surgeon’s scalpel, the interior & exterior of a car etc. have all been created by product designers. Steve Jobs, Abdul Kalam, Michelangelo, just to name a few renowned people – all belong the fraternity of product designers. Continue reading
Make a wish and you might just get it.. it really is possible with new age technology and development. The lifestyle and economic status of society at large has seen major growth, and this is one of the main reasons that there are so many professional platforms for youngsters to choose a career from.
Architecture, engineering, medical, accountancy, humanities, fine art, honours were the subjects for a Master’s for the earlier generation. Getting a Job in some organisation. preferably a government one, was the primary agenda. The current scenario is totally different, and youngsters nowadays want to build a career in a field where they can look forward to self-employment with getting a job in the private sector, specifically an MNC, also being a sound option. Continue reading
DUE TO GLOBALISATION, A PLETHORA OF JOBS HAVE OPENED IN THE DESIGN SECTOR, HOWEVER, ONE MUST HAVE CERTAIN TRAITS TO EXCEL IN THIS FIELD.
THE LIFESTYLE AND ECONOMIC STATUS HAS SEEN A MAJOR GROWING GRAPH AND THIS IS ONE OF THE REASONS THAT THERE ARE SO MANY PROFESSIONAL PLATFORMS CREATED FOR YOUNGSTERS TO CHOOSE A CAREER FOR THEMSELVES.ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, MEDICAL, ACCOUNTANCY, HUMANITIES, HONORS IN A SUBJECT OR MASTERS WERE LIMITED CHOICES FOR THE EARLIER GENERATION TO CHOOSE FROM. THE FOCUS THEREFORE, WAS TO GET A GOVERNMENT JOB. THE PRESENT SCENARIO IS TOTALLY DIFFERENT AND YOUNGSTERS WANT TO MAKE A CAREER IN A FIELD WHERE THEY CAN LOOK FORWARD TO BE SELF-EMPLOYED WITH OPTIONS OF ALSO GETTING A JOB WITH PRIVATE SECTOR, SPECIFICALLY MNC. Continue reading