Multidimensional professional discipline, Interior Designing, involves envisioning and creating visually stunning yet practical interiors integrating artistic concepts and technical principles. Post research and after considering factors like customer’s preferences, market trends, and socio-cultural influences etc., a successful interior designer designs memorable and unique experiences for their clients. In order to prosper, Interior designer must have the pulse of the market, the understanding of ensuing design trends, knowledge of traditional and modern techniques, budgeting, available materials, carbon footprints and other relevant elements etc.
To design interiors and ensure apt usage of interior space for both residential and commercial complex, Interior designer collaborates with teams from variety of disciplines including painting, architecture, furniture maker, lighting, furnishings, etc.
Career Prospects post Masters in Interior Design:
- Furniture Designer: He is much sought after for he designs marquee, efficient, stylish and contemporary furniture. Besides working with furniture manufacturing companies, he also free-lances for homeowners and/or small scale furniture producers.
- Interior & Spatial Designer: His responsibility includes understanding the client’s requirement & financial constraints, budgets etc. and accordingly design efficient, practical yet stunning interiors that offer impressive experience.
- Set designer/Art Director/Production Designer: He is highly sought after in the performing arts industry (film or theatre production or TV). He is an expert in camera angles, use of shadows, lighting & use of its reflection, props and costumes etc. thereby conceptualising set design that brings alive the vision of client, writer and director.
- Researcher: He needs to research & evaluate end customers, their likes & dislikes, market dynamics, design trends, cultural factors affecting the design, traditional & modern techniques, sustainable environment friendly materials etc. These insights offer him an advantage vis-à-vis other designers for he uses these to conceptualize contemporary designs. Furthermore his dynamic designs become his signature style and his USP.
- Lighting Designer: His services are in great demand for people have realised the overwhelming effect of lighting on quality of life. He uses his creativity, knowledge and sensitivity to design the lighting such that it has a positive impact on the atmosphere along with elevating the mood of the people. Basis the power source, aesthetics of different light sources, the requirement of opulence etc. a lighting designer conceptualizes the lighting plan for both commercial as well as residential spaces. He also ensures efficient use of energy while working to minimize the environmental impact.
- Exhibition Designer: Basis his comprehension of the client’s specifications, brand guidelines, the company’s vision and ethos, the product to be showcased, budgets and the messaging to be communicated, he designs concepts for large exhibitions, conferences for industry, education or trade, public exhibitions, cultural exhibitions, showcase events & trade shows etc.
- Visual merchandisers: He holds a crucial position in the retail industry for he designs strategies to convey brand messaging to people utilising visual elements, his grasp of people, their preferences, their purchase trend, fashion trends, market dynamics etc. He ensures that the right product is available to the apt set of people at the right time in right quantity, thereby ensuring sales and hence profitability.
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