Interior Design and Decoration Summer Junior Course will allow students to design and decorate spaces.
The Interior Design and Decoration course provides students with an introduction to the world of decoration and allows them to understand spaces in order to design and decorate them. Students learn to define concepts, represent ideas, select furniture and other essential items for decorating, and to discover how colour and materials influence interior design.
To introduce students in the world of interior design and decoration.
To provide basic knowledge to understand and decorate spaces, and understand how they relate to objects and people.
To learn some decoration methods and techniques.
To customize objects and spaces creatively.
To learn stamping techniques.
To learn to design and print on canvas.
Basic 3D visualisation.
nterior Design and Decoration is one of the Summer Junior Courses of IED Madrid's Junior Academy. Summer Juniors are courses in design, fashion and visual communication designed specifically for young people between the ages of 15 and 18.
Their aim is to start students off in the world of design, develop their creative skills and give them the basic tools to facilitate their access to these disciplines.
Students will learn while they have a good time in the best creative context. They will enjoy a unique experience and get the most out of their holidays. In this sense, Madrid offers all that a student could want.
Cosmopolitan, welcoming, entertaining, traditional and avant-garde, open and dynamic, Madrid is also the capital of design and innovation, with an intense cultural life and a youthful, restless and optimistic spirit.
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