The Diploma in Interior Design Program can be completed in 2 years of full-time or 3 years of part-time study.
The Certificate in Interior Design Program can be completed in 1 year of full-time or 2 years of part-time study.
- Visual Language I
- Colour Theory & Practice
- Creativity & Problem Solving
- Observation Drawing
- Drafting I
- Interior Design I
- Materials & Finishing
- Visual Language II
- Two Dimensional Organization
- Drawing & Rendering
- Drafting II
- Interior Design II
- Elements of Aesthetics & Art History I
- Applied Colour
- Computer Operating Systems
- Interior Design III
Upon completion of the above-mentioned courses, students have two options: to graduate with an Interior Design Certificate, or pursue their studies further and obtain an Interior Design Diploma.
The following are the additional courses required to obtain the diploma:
- Architectural Drawing I
- 3D Organization
- Computer-Assisted Drawing I
- History of Styles & Interior Design I
- Furniture Design & Production I
- Architectural Drawing II
- Interior Design IV
- Computer-Assisted Drawing II
- History of Style & Interior Design II
- Furniture Design & Production II
- Furniture and Accessories
- Architectural Drawing III
- Interior Design V
- Entrepreneurship Training
- Professional Practice
Upon completion of the Interior Design Program, graduates will be able to work in the following positions:
- Interior Designer
- Interior Decorator
- Furniture Designer
- Furniture and Accesories Specialist
- Lighting Designer
- Exhibition Designer
- A1 Size drafting boards and drafting machines in a fully equipped drafting room
- A large drawing and illustration Room
- Learn how to design functional and aesthetic residential and commercial spaces which respect the client’s needs, standards and constraints.
- Learn how to use sketches to illustrate a concept.
- Develop drawing and rendering skills.
- Develop colour sensitivity, and create colour harmonies and apply them to specific situations.
- Become acquainted with drawing technical plans for your designs (using a drafting table and computer).
- Identify and recognize important periods in the evolution of interior spaces throughout history.
- Understand and specify the different materials and finishes.
- Acquire an understanding of the techniques of furniture construction.
- Develop skills in drawing interior architecture taking graphics conventions, construction standards and project-specific constraints into account.
- Produce an interior plan in two- and three-dimensional drawing using AutoCAD.
- Learn how to create a professional project presentation.
- Acquire an understanding of various aspects of entrepreneurship, such as how to set up a business, the resources needed for success and the services available.
Robby Kurniawan was born in Jakarta, Indonesia. At the age of 15, Robby left Indonesia and continue his studies in Singapore at Geylang Methodist School Secondary. In 2008, Robby Kurniawan went to Beijing to learn mandarin for a year at University of International Business and Economics. In 2012, he was graduated from Raffles Design Institute Shanghai major in Interior Design. During Robby Kurniawan’s studies at Raffles, one of his lecturer offered him a job to assist design team leader at a sustainable Design Interior consultant, DNA Green Design, an Australian based company. After Robby graduated and gained enough knowledge, he started to work for a French company called Interdit Creations. Guided by Melka Rive Miao, Interior Designer and Gallery Owner, she shared her experience, knowledge, tips and tricks how to deal with clients and contractors. In 2013, he join LaSalle College International.