Question:

Why do you want to study interior design?

4 August, 2021 Walter Drews 5

Answers (5):

  • AUTHOR: LUZ DAMRON
    10 August, 2021

    Interior design is a very wide-ranging profession and there is a big market for it. From boutique projects to multi-million dollar remodels, the field of design has introduced an entirely new way of thinking about how people live. Interior designers bring together art, architecture, math, science and their knowledge of human behavior to create livable environments that are pleasing to the eye and functional in terms of furniture placement and house/office space organization.
    The world we live in is constantly changing at lightening speed with every innovation that's made everyday promising advancement in our quality of life.

  • AUTHOR: WILLIE SCHEWE
    10 August, 2021

    Why does anyone want to study interior design? Probably for the same reason they want to do anything else, because whatever it is they enjoy doing well and are looking to grow in and refine even more. The same could be said of people who pursue careers in business or healthcare or any number of jobs out there. Choosing a career isn't just about getting a paycheck; these days we have so many more options than before. And while you can't choose a career that's right for you without getting expert advice from someone who knows you well (such as an educator), there are some common patterns among people drawn to interior design as their field of study: strong visual skills, great asthetic taste, love for creating things.

  • AUTHOR: LAWANDA NOREN
    10 August, 2021

    If you have a knack for design and enjoy both furnishing and decorating, interior design could be a great career choice for you. Interior designers get to take credit for their work by going into architecture or other fields first, then designing on top of them, which can be rewarding. This job doesn't need much more than creativity in order to succeed, so really anyone who has that can potentially do well with this field. It also offers the chance to interact with people all day while building relationships - especially valuable if salesmanship is your goal! Lastly, this profession will always be in demand - we never stop moving in life.

  • AUTHOR: BRIAN FETZER
    10 August, 2021

    The best answer to this question would be dependent on the personal reason of the person asking. Some may desire a well-rounded, creative individual to design their home or office and identify furniture and products with an eye for style that suits their needs. Others see interior designers as wonderful negotiators who provide peace of mind when going through the purchase of real estate or upgrading a home by being on top of all aspects like function, aesthetics, space management, lighting and storage. Regardless of what draws us to this trade or pursuit there are some commonalities all designers share in varying degrees such as high visual literacy skills, problem solving ability, visually creative thought process coupled with a talent for design concepts & execution.

  • AUTHOR: BLYTHE RAMAGE
    10 August, 2021

    Interior design is a profession that seeks to improve the interior environment with creativity. The focus of an interior designer may be on aesthetics, market research, space planning and communication with clients. An interior designer will often work alongside architects or other staff groups such as acousticians and lighting designers to complete projects. The ultimate objective is always holistic but can be focused on branding, business issues or technology for example. Graduates from this course may work in architecture firms, hotels & restaurants etc., but they are also likely to open up their own business working 10-15 hours per week whilst juggling other commitments too.