The aim of this module is to introduce you to the the kitchen history. After this module you will know what we can learn and keep from the older, historical designs and the necessary reasons that has formed the face of contemporary kitchens.
The aim of this module is to introduce you to key topics that constitute the essence of the kitchen interior design:
1. Cooking Area; 2. Visualization; 3. Color and Materials; 4. Natural and Artificial Lighting; 5. Measurements; 6. Floor plans and Sections; 7. Kitchen Details and Custom Pieces; 8. Sustainable and Smart Kitchens; 9. Kitchen Remodel Projects; 10. Rural Kitchens; 11. Tiny Kitchens.
During this module you will be introduced to color theory, materials, lighting, sustainability, and more. You will learn how to implement new technologies to reduce energy, food waste, and water use. You will be acquainted with some kitchen design examples (rural kitchens, tiny and industrial kitchens) and the considerations to think about when designing in these types of projects. After this module you will be entirely prepared to design your professional kitchen interior design project.
During this module you will learn how to conduct an effective client interview. You will also learn how to control budget and manage the expenses in order to achieve the best possible outcome in accordance with client’s needs.
The aim of this module is to develop your practical skills. It will show you how to design a small urban kitchen in a big city family apartment. You will find out how to create an overall concept presentation including sketches, mood boards and diagrams. The project will be completed with renders, floor plans and elevations, an isometric view, and images to explain the project. After this module you will have the knowledge and skills required to complete an own project of an urban kitchen.
The aim of this module is to teach you how to remodel or transforming a tiny kitchen when necessary. Many people mislead themselves thinking that there is no need a tiny kitchen to be remodeled because it is too small and there is not much to be done, but they are wrong. After this module, you will know how and what to do in order to design a solution for a small mobile home.
The aim of this module is to develop your creativity. The challenge is to create a kitchen in the woods, without any connection to electricity or water. You must consider everything learnt (especially in module 2) in order to create a functional kitchen that uses sustainable technology or any other alternatives. After this module, you will have learnt how to design projects in challenging circumstances.
The aim of this module is to challenge your skills asking you to design a project on your own. The latter project must meet the requirements to build a new kitchen in a family-owned hotel located in a small historic town. It will seek to design a spacious working area as outdoor pizza ovens, for example. After this module you will have the required knowledge to design kitchens for restaurants.
The aim of this module is to test all you have learned. All students must defend their individual projects. After successful completion of the course you will have the knowledge and the skills to design any kitchen interior design project.
There are no such trainings in Romania, which is why I chose the Home Design Institute in Paris. I must tell you that I was very pleasantly surprised by the training. The lecturer answered all the questions in a wonderful way. The distance form of training is conducted extremely conveniently and effectively. I am very pleased and recommend this training to anyone who speaks English.
At first I believed that designing kitchens was the work of architects. This training opened my eyes and showed me that anyone can be a great designer!
For me, this training was extremely appropriate and very useful. During the course I managed to make a professional project of my wonderful new kitchen. Thank you!