DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIN

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DIPLOMA IN INTERIOR DESIN (Annual Pattern) for SDE, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore For the students admitted during the academic year 2016-17 batch onwards DURATION : 1 YEAR

ELIGIBILITY: 12th Pass or equivalent

(For the candidate admitted from the Academic year 2016-17 onwards) SCHEME OF EXAMINATION EXAMINATION DURATION MARKS

S.No.

SUBJECT AND PAPER

Paper I

FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN

-THEORY

Paper II

COLOUR, LIGHTING & FURNITURE INTERIORS

-THEORY

Paper III

DRAFTSMANSHIP

-THEORY

Paper IV

BUILDING COMPONENTS AND MATERIAL

-THEORY

Paper V Paper VI

3 hrs

100

3 hrs

100

3 hrs

100

3hrs

100

DESIGN CONCEPTS -CORE PRACTICAL-I FURNITURE & FURNISHINGS

3hrs

100

DRAFTSMANSHIP

3hrs

100

-CORE PRACTICAL-II

TOTAL

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600

Diploma in interior design- 2016-17 onwards – sde-bu Page 2 of 6 Paper –I : FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN -Theory

UNIT I Concept of Interior Design-Meaning of Interior Design and Interior Decoration. Historic review of Interior Decoration in India. Place of Interior Decoration in the modern era. Good Taste-Meaning, importance and how to develop a good taste .Objectives of Aesthetic PlanningBeauty, Expressiveness, Functionalism. UNIT II Design – Definition, Meaning, Purpose. Types of design – Structural and Decorative – Requirements of good structural and good decorative designs. Classification of decorative designs – naturalistic, conventional, historic, geometric, biomorphic, abstract. UNIT III Elements of design – Meaning and Importance. Line and direction, form and shape, size, colour, light, ornamentation, texture and space – Application of elements to form designs. UNIT IV Principles of design – Balance, rhythm, emphasis, harmony, proportion - Meaning and application of design concepts in the interior and exterior houses and other commercial buildings. UNIT V Development of design from motives and application. Man as a consumer of design, qualities and role of a good interior designer, interior design – career options. Application of design in interior decoration. REFERENCES 1. Levine, M (1988) Living rooms, Rockport publishers, USA 2. Steapat, D.D., (1971), Introduction to Home Furnishing,The Mac millon Co,New york. 3. Pratap R.M (1988) Interior design principles and practice, Standard publishers distribution, Delhi 4. Faulkner, S., and Faulkner. R, (1987), Inside Today’s Home,Rinehart publishing company,New york.. 5. Anna.H.Rutt (1961); Home furnishing, John Wiley Eastern Pvt Ltd, Newyork.

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Diploma in interior design- 2016-17 onwards – sde-bu Page 3 of 6 Paper – II : COLOUR, LIGHTING AND FURNITURE INTERIOR (Theory): UNIT I Concept of colour. Significance of colour in the interiors and exteriors. Dimensions of colour – Hue, value and intensity, Effects of Hue, value and intensity. Colour therapy. Colour systems – Prang, Munsell and Ostwald. Colour harmonies-Mechanical- related and contrasting. Non mechanical-readymade and nature based. Factors considered in selecting colour harmonies. UNIT II Application of colour harmonies in the interiors and exteriors – Effect of light on colour – iIIusion of colour, psychology of colour. Importance of lighting. Artificial lighting – Light sources, Types – based on material, reflection, uses. Specific factors in lighting – measurement of lighting, location and direction, size and shape and colour. Economy in lighting. Psychological aspects of lighting. Glare- its types, causes and prevention. UNIT III Accessories-Meaning, Types-functional, decorative, both functional and decorative. Lighting accessoriesfixtures, Lighting for areas and specific activities. UNIT IV Styles of furniture – traditional, contemporary and modern design. Furniture for different purpose – meaning need, factors influencing – climatic condition, family needs and preferences, availability, principles of design and financial limit. Familiar furniture materials – Wood – teak, rose wood, walnut, cedar, mahogany, pine, birch, sal, ply wood, bamboo, cane, metals, plastics, leathers, PVC. UNIT V Construction features of furniture – shaping, carving, turning, fluting, reeding, joining and finishes, upholstering – techniques and designs. Care and maintenance – wooden furniture, wicker and cane, metal furniture, plastic, PVC, upholstered furniture, wood finishes and furniture polishes. REFERENCES 1. Faulkner, R. and Faulkner, S.(1987), Inside Today’s Home, Rinehart publishing company, New York.. 2. Judy.M,(1994),Color-How to see, how to paint it, Harpen calling publishers, London. 3. John.F.P, (1997), Color in Interior Design,Mc Graw Hill company, New York. 4. Jan orcharchd (1993) Lighting for a beautiful home, Dune style publishing Ltd., USA. 5. Stawart and Sally.W, (1997), The complete home decorator, Annes publishers ltd, New York. 6. Stepat, D.D, (1971), Introduction to Home furnishings, The Mac Millan Co, New York. 7. Wilhide, E and Cope stick, I. (2000) contemporary decorating, conron octopus Ltd., London. 8. Levine M (1998), Living rooms, Rockport publishers, USA.

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Paper – III : DRAFTSMANSHIP UNIT I Introduction to draftsmanship. Drawing office organization, layout of drawing studio. Need for training, Duties. Determining needs and wishes of the client. Relationship between two dimensional and three dimensional diagrams. Symbols –Importance, Architectural symbols, structural symbols, door symbols, window symbols. UNIT II Drafting Tools and Techniques – Drawing tools and their uses. Techniques adopted to handle the tools, Types of scales. Drafting mediums - Tracing paper, tracing cloth, water color paper, sketch paper, vellum, polyester film. Water supply – In residential building, multi-storied buildings. Sanitation –traps, waste water disposalinspection chamber, septic tank and ventilation systems, sanitary fixtures and fittings, plumbing systems. UNIT III Layout of drawing sheets and title block Lines – types of lines, thickness of lines, hatching of section. Lettering – Types, Requirements of good lettering, size of letters and numerals, space between letters, recommended height of letters, lettering technique. Orthographic projection – theory of orthographic projection, multi view orthographic projection, method of drawing section. UNIT IV Dimensioning – general principles, precaution in dimensioning, method of placing dimensions, unit of dimensioning, method of executing dimension, arrow heads. Isometric projection - need for study, pictorial drawings, isometric projection definition, principles, characteristics, isometric view and isometric projection. UNIT V Geometrical constructions Technical sketching – introduction – importance of freehand sketching, principles of free hand sketching - Perspective view - theory of perspective projection, technical terms in relation with perspective, classification of perspective, methods – one point perspective and two point perspective. Rendering Techniques _ Tools used in rendering- pencil, eraser, short-bristled stipple brush, mechanical lines. Different textures, materials used in buildings, floor finishes, shadows. REFERENCES : 1. Pratap. R.M (1988), Interior Design, Principles and Practice, Standard Publishers distribution, Delhi. 2. Natrarajan.K.V (1994), A Text book of Engineering drawing self – publication, Chennai. 3. Birdie. G.S and Birdie.J.S (2003), Civil Draughtsmanship, Theory and Practice. Dhanpat Rai publishing company (P) Ltd., New Delhi. 4. Venugopal.K. (2004) Engineering Graphics, 5th edition, New Age International Publishers, New Delhi. MAGAZINES Architectural Digest Inside Outside Society interiors House Layouts.

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Diploma in interior design- 2016-17 onwards – sde-bu Page 5 of 6 PAPER- IV - BUILDING COMPONENTS AND MATERIALS NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS : 5 SUBJECT DESCRIPTION : This course presents the components of buildings , various building materials and methods of construction. OBJECTIVES: Enable the students to 1.Become aware of the existing building materials and components. 2.Develop aesthetic concept of using building materials. UNIT - I Components of building - Foundation-Meaning, Functions, Types –Shallow – stepped, inverted arch, raft, grillage, cantilever. Deep – pile, pier, well. Masonry units – Meaning, Components and functions – Walls, Floors, Roofs. UNIT - II Beams, Columns, Lintels, Arch, Staircase ,Lift and Escalators – Meaning, Technical terms and Types. UNIT – III Building Materials –Stone, Brick, Cement, Sand, Timber, Steel, Plastic and Concrete – Classification, Qualities and Uses. UNIT – IV Masonry – Plastering, Mortar, Stone masonry – rubble and ashlar. Brick masonry – Header, Stretcher, English and Flemish. UNIT - V Methods of construction – Framed structure and Load bearing walls, Prefabrication, cast – in site. Recent advances in building materials. REFERENCES: 1. Ostrow.J. (2001), Painting rooms, Rockport publishers, USA. 2. Clifton.c.etal, (1995), The Complete Home Decorator, Conran octopus Ltd, London. 3. Spancer, H. and Churchill, (1990), Classic English Interiors, Anaya Publishers Ltd, London. 4. Innes,J. (1990), Exterior Detail, Collins and Brown Ltd, London. 5. Love.G. (2000), Insideout, Conron octopus Ltd, London.

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Diploma in interior design- 2016-17 onwards – sde-bu Page 6 of 6 Paper - V : CORE PRACTICAL - I - DESIGN CONCEPTS NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS : 2 SUBJECT DESCRIPTION: This practical paper contains the design development, motif development, display of art objects, arranging different areas of an interior. OBJECTIVES: To draw different types of design, develop design by using motifs. Acquire skill in arranging different areas of a house by using principles of design. & And also designing of furniture for various purposes and construction of curtains and draperies. OBJECTIVES: To enable the students to draw different types of furniture and evaluating them. Develop skill in construction of soft furnishings and types of pleats. CONTENTS: 1. Draw structural/ decorative design and comment on its features. 2. Draw a decorative design of your own interest by showing the method of application in greeting card/ art objects. 3. Evaluate the given art objects. 4. Develop a motif suitable for foot mat/ window grill/table mat/furnishing materials. 5. Display art objects showing the principle of design. 6. Arrange a living room/ drawing room/ pooja room/bedroom/Adolescent boy/girl’s room/ children’s room showing any colour harmony and principles of design. 7. Arrange a birthday party for a preschool child. Arrange an area for multipurpose activities. & 1. Draw different types of furniture with regard to activity 2. Evaluate the given furniture in terms of materials, construction details, uses care and maintenance, age group, hours of use, durability, budget. 3. Construct curtains, cushions pillow covers with different types of pleats. 4. Drawing of furniture templates. Placement of furniture in various rooms-living room, bed room, dining room ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Paper –VI : CORE PRACTICAL II – DRAFTSMANSHIP NUMBER OF CREDIT HOURS : 2 SUBJECT DESCRIPTION: This course deals with the effective use of drafting tools to draw pictorial and perspective drawing. OBJECTIVES: To enable the students to make use of drafting tools. To draw pictorial and perspective drawing. CONTENTS 1. Architectural lettering. 2. Pictorial drawing–orthographic, isometric drawings–Geometrical constructions–table, chair, staircase, rooms. 3. Perspective drawings – Visual ray method, Vanishing point method – one point perspective and two point perspective. 4. Kitchen drawings – Types and three dimensional view (isometric view). 5. Rendering and presentation - Blue prints and ammonia prints. 6. Submission of record. ********************* Page 6 of 6