DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN IV

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DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN IV- SEMESTER DESIGN AND DISPLAY Annexure: (COURSE NO: ) BOS : Pds/week L P -

Duration of Exam

4

I

Max Marks

Hrs

SessionalL

3

75

Exam

-

100

Total

175

CONTENTS For a given building, create contemporary homes of modern society. Respond to today's situation of Urban Society. Types of shopping-expos-exibhition ‐ grouping selling goods & products and programming for each selling unit and developing display system. Commercial activities ‐ cafe, restaurant, bank and products.

Specialized product display system ‐ show case windows at street levels, product communication at street level, signage and advertisement for masses of people.

Note:- Site visits, case studies may involve local/out station study/Educational tours. And shall have weightage in course work marks to be decided by subject teacher.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN III- SEMESTER HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN Annexure: I (COURSE NO : BID-301) BOS : 12.02.2013 Pds/week L P 4

Duration of Exam

-

Max Marks

Hrs

Course Work

Mid-Sem Exam

End-Sem Exam

3

10

15

75

Total

100

CONTENTS Evolution of Art and Craft movement in various fields of designs, design movements, styles, various schools of thoughts and design emphasis. Art and craft movement and its relationship with technology.

Unit-1

Unit-II

Design philosophies- Victorian, the Art Nouveau. Development of art and culture during different regimes during medivial India.

Unit-III

Traditional Indian folk and tribal arts and handicrafts, Knowledge of various styles 25% revalents in different states. Study of folk designs and motifs used on walls, floors and utility objects, such as madhubani, Kalamkari, warli, rangoli, sankhera, in metal bidri works, filigiri etc. Study of inlay and meenakari in relation to interior. Traditional designs and motifs used on surface and objects including pottery, stone, metal ware, wood crafts etc.

Unit-IV

25% Historical development of Artifact, object or a system of objects . History of paintings (in brief) of different schools, from renaissance onwards in India and abroad (Italy, France and England) with emphasis on Indian Art, from and handicrafts.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

25%

III- SEMESTER CARPENTRY WORKSHOP (COURSE NO : BID-391) Pds/week L P -

Duration of Exam

3

Hrs

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

3

45

Mid-Sem Exam

-

CONTENTS Making different type of joints in wood like: Tenon and Mortice joint Dovetailed joint Bearing joints: Tee Halving Lap Bevelled joint Cross lap Tongue and Groove joint . Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

End-Sem Exam

30

Total

75

III- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN I (COURSE NO: BID-392) Pds/week L P -

Duration of Exam

4

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

75

Mid-Sem Exam

-

End-Sem Exam

50

Total

125

CONTENTS An exercise in space making with emphasis on perception, imagination and synthesis of art/artifacts‐crafts/architecture. Design of `Living Unit' of various geographical locations and culture +100 years before (Mughal, colonial, chauhan ‐ (Gujarat), Rajasthan, southern ‐ Chola as historical cultural base). Application of Art/Craft at public level spaces ‐ (Lounge Hotel), and restaurant of specific ethnic characteristics. Note:- Site visits, case studies may involve local/out station study/Educational tours. And shall have weightage in course work marks to be decided by subject teacher.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

IV- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN (COURSE NO: BID-401) Pds/week L P 4

Duration of Exam Hrs

-

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

10

Mid-Sem Exam

15

End-Sem Exam

75

Total

100

CONTENTS Unit-1

25% Introduction and development of Interior design. Role of interior designer ,the practice of interior designer. Analyzing of spaces and evaluation of Interior design. Development of design concept

Unit-II

Types of materials used in interiors-walls,floors ceilings,door,windows. Selection criteria

25%

Unit-III

Behavior of lighting in interior spaces. psychological impact of color,color wheel, various types of color schemes in interiors.

25%

Unit-IV

Selection of textiles and furniture’s in interior spaces

25%

Reference Books:-

1. Interior Design by D.K. Ching. 2. Interior Design by A.Kasu

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

IV- SEMESTER FURNITRE DESIGN (COURSE NO: BID-491) Pds/week L P -

Duration of Exam

4

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

75

Mid-Sem Exam

-

End-Sem Exam

50

Total

125

CONTENTS Assignment 1 Analysis of furniture forms and design based on ergonomics, materials design and working parameters and visual perception of furniture . Measure drawing of a piece of furniture ‐ plan, elevations and details drawings on full scale. Design of a simple object like stool,table,etc. Assignment 2 History of Furniture and cabinets form early days- industrial revolution to modern times Kitchen, chairs cabinets, wardrobes, closets, book cases, show cases, display systems etc. Study in typology of furniture. 1.Gujarat ‐ lacquered furniture, 2.Barmer ‐ Rajasthan ‐ carved furniture, 3.Sahranpur ‐ Flet saw carving and inlay in wood, 4.Jammu & Kashmir ‐ Walnut furniture and paper mech. furniture, 5.South India ‐ Karnataka & Tamilnadu carved furniture in rosewood and sandal wood, 6.Kerala ‐ Cane furniture, 7.West Bengal, Assam & Eastern States ‐ Cane furniture, Bamboo furniture, Grass woven furniture. Report on the above study Sitting element ‐ single sitter, double sitter ‐ twins, and three sitters on some theme. Assignment 3 Various materials, combination of materials- Exploration of wood, metal, glass, plastics and F.R.P. as materials for system design. Market survey of available products and economics of products. Design with wood, metal and combination of materials. Assignment 4 Modular in furniture design, its relationship to human ergonomics, survey of various modular system available for different functions in market. Mass production of Furniture forms for various classes of people with the parameters of economy & culture. Design for middle & lower middle income groups ‐ elements of living units, education institutes, health facilities, street elements etc.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

IV- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN II (COURSE NO: BID-492) Pds/week L P -

Duration of Exam

4

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

75

Mid-Sem Exam

-

End-Sem Exam

50

Total

125

CONTENTS For a given building, create contemporary homes of modern society. Respond to today's situation of Urban Society. Types of shopping-expos-exibhition ‐ grouping selling goods & products and programming for each selling unit and developing display system. Commercial activities ‐ cafe, restaurant, bank and products.

Specialized product display system ‐ show case windows at street levels, product communication at street level, signage and advertisement for masses of people.

Note:- Site visits, case studies may involve local/out station study/Educational tours. And shall have weightage in course work marks to be decided by subject teacher.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

V- SEMESTER PROFFESSIONAL PRACTICE (COURSE NO : BID-501) Pds/week L P 4

Duration of Exam

-

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

Max Marks Course Work

10

Mid-Sem Exam

End-Sem Exam

15

75

CONTENTS EnterprenurshipConcept, nature, scope and philosophy of enterpreneurship. Distinction between self employment and enterpreneurship. Importance of enterpreneurship and self employment in India. Elements of Management.

Unit-1

I

: 12.02.2013

Total

100

25%

Unit-II

Professional behavior, Ethics, Types of Clients, Contracts, Tenders, Arbitration, redefined in terms of Interior Design field.

25%

Unit-III

Types of organizationSole proprietorship, partnership, cooperation society, private and public limited companies, institutions support for establishment of self employment and enterpreneurial ventures, role of various agencies.

25%

Unit-IV

Working of a design practice, for estimating, costing, specification writing. Awareness about ISO, SI measurements system SI nomenclature methods. Dimensional and modular co‐ordination, drawing and drafting practices, modules and modes of measurement practiced by various agencies.

25%

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

V- SEMESTER FURNISHING MATERIALS I (COURSE NO : BID-502) Duration of Exam

Pds/week L P 4

Hrs

-

3

• • • •

Unit-1

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

10

Mid-Sem Exam

End-Sem Exam

15

75

CONTENTS Paper, Boards, Styrofoam (Thermocol) & similar materials. Upholstery fabrics, tapestry and other woven and unwoven materials. Cotton wool, silk, synthetic materials etc. Cushioning materials: springs, jute, cotton foam, rubber etc.

Total

100

25%

Understand the importance Listing innovative use and limitations. Properties qualities Materials used and their cost- as per requirements of different income groups – Their color, design, texture of latest designs in fashion • Understanding of fabrics as soft interior element uses ‐ wall hangings ‐ upholstery forms, curtain and panel forms. • Introduction to fibers and yarns. Basic weaves and their properties, variations. • Rugs and Daries . motifs, design, patterns and colour variations.

Unit-II

25%

Extensive market survey of available fabrics for interior spaces ‐ product, specifications and manufacturers. Unit-III

Unit-IV

Metals-Types of metals, properties of metals, definitions of terms with reference to 25% properties and uses of metals, various methods of working with metals, fixing and joinery in metals, finishing and treatment of metals, finishes on metals, standard specifications.Metals in interior environment elements ‐ products and furniture forms ‐ doors, windows, jalies, railing, stairs, etc. Metals and other materials ‐ forms and joinery. Wood- Understanding of material as building material, finishing material for horizontal, 25% vertical and inclined surfaces and as furniture material. • • • •

Types of wood ‐ natural and artificial and its properties. Working with wood and wood products to understand material parameters. Wooden joinery and its strength. Wood polishes and other finishes ‐ color and surface quality.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

V- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT-I (COURSE NO : BID-591) Pds/week L P -

Duration of Exam

3

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

120

Mid-Sem Exam

-

End-Sem Exam

80

CONTENTS Stage- I ---Site Analysis. Location of the area of the site, topographical features, vegetation, Infrastructure of the site and its constraints. A report is to be submitted comprising all the information with the photographs. Stage –II---Case study and concept design. At least two case study of similar project in terms of scale & magnitude, literature studies, comparison of spaces, inferences, Single line sketch of the plan, elevation and section. Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

Total

200

V- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN III (COURSE NO : BID-592) Pds/week L P -

6

Duration of Exam Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

75

Mid-Sem Exam

-

End-Sem Exam

50

Total

125

CONTENTS 1. Conversion of an old building to multi‐dimensional programs covering functions like museums,cultural and resource centres, libraries, convention centres, exhibitions, etc. that also aim in making a social contribution. 2. Recreational Spaces Auditorium, halls, cinema houses stage design ‐ colour & light quality, (acoustics), furniture forms and coordination with interior built forms.

Note:- Site visits, case studies may involve local/out station study/Educational tours. And shall have weightage in course work marks to be decided by subject teacher. Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

VI- SEMESTER FURNISHING MATERIALS II (COURSE NO : BID-601) Pds/week L P 3

Duration of Exam

2

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

10

Mid-Sem Exam

15

End-Sem Exam

75

CONTENTS Paints and pigments Surface finish ‐ as a science, the environment, the substrate condiitions, the originating demands, layered and other composites. Coatings, clear and pigmented finishes, technical or protective coatings.

Unit-1

Total

100

25%

Unit-II

Graphics Forms through "Geometry ‐ Grid" as Base Develop variations in Grid, superimposing grids and evolve new forms using grid as base or guideline. Grids in nature, and understand Natural Forms. Variations in forms, repeats of forms and developing patterns. Natural form as motif and its application in various surfaces, elements and products of interior spaces. Art/craft forms of various culture, religious and traditions in Graphic Design, there by reflecting them into interior spaces.

25%

Unit-III

Lighting Light as theory and application to building design, especially major element in creating `models' in interior spaces. Knowledge of various products for lighting device available in market.

25%

Unit-IV

Theme;expression Critical understanding of relationship between expression and technique. understanding of materials and techniques used to develop language of expression in the field of interiors. The change in the expressions created to be studied through development of techniques of different materials. Design decisions are to be understood as an expression of material with respect to techniques.

25%

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

VI- SEMESTER BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE (COURSE NO: BID-602) Pds/week L P 4

Duration of Exam

-

Hrs

3

BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

10

Mid-Sem Exam

15

CONTENTS Reflection of behaviour patterns of human being into space planning. Analysis of human mind & his/her image world.

Unit-1

Annexure:

End-Sem Exam

75

Total

100

25%

Unit-II

Social behaviour patterns, tradition in thinking and behaving and reflect of social world 25% into physical environment.

Unit-III

Human being and its behaviour in various public and private areas ‐ change of patterns in 25% various culture. Human behaviour in a group of twos, threes and more. Activities and its relationship with grouping of people.

Unit-IV

Space planning for public areas ‐ restaurant, cafe, theatre lounge, waiting rooms, hotel 25% foyer etc. based on human behavior analysis.

Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

VI- SEMESTER MODERN TRENDS IN INTERIOR DESIGN

(COURSE NO: BID-603) Pds/week L P 4

-

Duration of Exam Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

10

Mid-Sem Exam

15

End-Sem Exam

75

CONTENTS Development of art and architecture in the twentieth century. Eclecticism.work of modern Architects like F.L.Wrigth,Le Corbusier,walter Gropius,Mies vander Rohe. Modern movements – Art Deco, De stijl, Cubism, Expressionism, and Functionalism.

Unit-1

Unit-II Unit-III Unit-IV

Future Directions-Late Modernism, High Tech, Post Modernism, De constructivism International style, regionalism and concerns with vernacular etc. cultural identity and its expression.

Reference Books:1. Interior Design –John F. Pile 2. Interior Design Ilustrated- D K Ching.

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN

Total

100

25%

25% 25% 25%

VI- SEMESTER LANDSCAPE IN INTERIORS (COURSE NO: BID-604) Pds/week L P 2

Duration of Exam

3

Hrs

3

Annexure: BOS

I

: 12.02.2013

Max Marks Course Work

Mid-Sem Exam

50

15

End-Sem Exam

60

CONTENTS Types of Natural Elements ‐ stones, rocks, pebbles, water forms, plants and vegetation.

Unit-1

Unit-II

Unit-III

Unit-IV

Total

125

25%

Landscaping design parameters for various types of built forms ‐ Indoor / Outdoor linkage to spaces. Landscape of courtyards ‐ Residential form and commercial forms. Indoor plants and their visual characteristics ‐ colour, texture, foliage. Science of growing and maintaining greenery.

25%

Product survey of market availability and cost criteria.

25%

Reference Books:-

25%

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN VI- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT II Annexure: I (COURSE NO: BID-691) BOS : 12.02.2013 Pds/week L P -

3

Duration of Exam

Max Marks

Hrs

Course Work

Mid-Sem Exam

End-Sem Exam

3

120

-

80

Total

200

CONTENTS …… IN CONTINUATION OF ARCHITECTURE PROJECT-I Stage-III----Pre final Submission Complete drawing of the plans of all the levels, two elevations, two sections, site plan, concept for specialized services and design elements.

Stage –IV----Final Submission. Final submission of all the rendered drawings, working drawings, Detailed perspective and model.

Note:- Site visits, case studies may involve local/out station study/Educational tours. And shall have weightage in course work marks to be decided by subject teacher. Reference Books:-

DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIGN VI- SEMESTER INTERIOR DESIGN IV Annexure: I (COURSE NO: BID-692) BOS : 12.02.2013 Pds/week L P -

6

Duration of Exam

Max Marks

Hrs

Course Work

Mid-Sem Exam

End-Sem Exam

3

75

-

50

Total

125

CONTENTS Urban Interiors: Shopping malls, Streets, Town squares, Fair grounds, Amusement parks. etc Interior of Ports: Air ports, Bus stops, Railway stations, Boats/ports. Exhibition Display: Urban level & National level.

Note:- Site visits, case studies may involve local/out station study/Educational tours. And shall have weightage in course work marks to be decided by subject teacher. Reference Books:-