B.Des. (Interior Design)
B.Des. (Interior Design)
- About the Programme
- Vision & Mission
- PEO, PO & PSO
- Our Faculty
- Infrastructural Facilities
- Curriculum & Syllabus
- Career Opportunities
- News and Events
About the Programme
Interior design is the art and science of analysing people's behaviour in order to design useful areas within a structure. It's a 4 years undergraduate programme that focuses on balancing creativity with thoughtful, pragmatic design thinking. HITS design programs aim to create an environment that promotes education while also encouraging innovation and social responsibility. The programme is designed to help students understand human habitation by exposing them to a variety of situations through in-class live experiences, field trips, living with craftspeople, and case studies encountered throughout their academic careers. Students are able to be both introspective and responsive designers as a result of these interactions. The curriculum is designed to support students' holistic development, with a focus on developing of skills, knowledge, critical faculties, and logical thinking. As a result, learning entails simultaneous inputs from theory and workshop subjects, which are eventually blended in design activities completed as design studios.
- To facilitate the creation of built environment by adopting holistic approaches to promote sustainable development in Architecture, Planning& Design.
- To qualify students to address concerns of the 21st century and making them globally competent.
- To empower students by imparting Architecture, Planning and Design knowledge in diverse areas with social commitment.
- To enable them to handle the complexities of modern requirements and encouraging exploration, innovation and creative experimentation in shaping the living environment.
PROGRAMME'S EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO'S):
- PEO1 - Prepare graduates for designing the Residential & Commercial Projects.
- PEO2 - Equip future designers with technical skills, new technology to be able to produce working drawings, specifications, layouts and suggest materials and finishes for a Specific project.
- PEO3 - Help students to demonstrate a good understanding of the various components of Interior designing by exposing them to a wide variety of live design projects, presentations, lab works, research papers and critique.
- PEO4 - Develop designs, plan material and suggest systems for various spaces for aesthetic and Effective functioning.
- PEO5 - Familiarize students with computational techniques and software typically used in the profession of Interior Design
- PEO6 - Provide a good grounding in the best practice of collating and disseminating Information.
- PEO7 - Prepare students to undertake further study at Masters Level.
- PEO8 - Teach students to construct models for several processes in the real-world.
- PEO9 - Integrate the process of design by working on projects, initially working with designers in the industry and taking on professional task responsibilities.
- PEO10 - Interact and participate in projects with Industry experts and specialists and get hands on learning on live projects.
PROGRAMME'S OUTCOMES (PO'S):
- PO1 - Integrate knowledge, skill and attitude that will sustain an environment of learning and creativity
- PO2 - Develop and integrate trends in interior design
- PO3 - Understand the design, technology and techniques to design spaces effectively
- PO4 - Understand building and safety codes, principles and practices for environmental and sustainable interior design
- PO5 - Develop an understanding of various tools, techniques and software.
- PO6 - Apply critical and contextual approaches across wide variety of subject matter.
- PO7 - Develop logical thinking to comprehend key facts leading to formulation of the solution process.
- PO8 - Engage a process of research and design for holistic contribution to the profession.
- PO9 - Develop self-confidence and awareness of general issues prevailing in the society
- PO10 - An ability to understand the market trends, client needs, project potentials and work with an inter disciplinary team
- PO11 - Develop an ability to create human responsive spaces and ensure project execution.
PROGRAMME’S SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO'S):
- PSO-1: Create an ability to conceptualize and coordinate design that follows a systematic process of analysing alternatives, ideas, theories by evaluating, and synthesizing ideas that include parameters on social, cultural, environmental and technological aspects of an Interior space.
- PSO-2: Demonstrate the ability to synthesize a wide range of variables into an integrated design solution. It is done by applying appropriate building systems, building materials and construction practices on sound research and design decisions across varying scales of systems and levels of complexity.
- PSO-3: Utilize modern software tools & other appropriate and alterative innovative techniques in a wide range of documentation, presentation, analysis and applications for design development of interior spaces in a building.
- PSO-4: Create a sustainable and responsive built environment by responding to the climate of the region , adapt appropriate technologies , conserve the ecology ,environment and landscape to achieve a sustainable development for the future.
- PSO-5: Understand how history, art and culture have shaped the modern world, through many varied types of creative works, human experiences and to raise questions on value and meaning.
|1.||MR. VERGIS OOMMEN||DISTINGUISHED VISITING FACULTY|
|2.||Dr. SHEEBA CHANDER||PROFESSOR & DEAN(SPADE)|
|3.||MR. J. SUDHAKAR||PROFESSOR& HOD(ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN)|
|4.||MS. RAMA KARTHIKEYAN||PROFESSOR|
|5.||MS. MARY JOHN KURIAN||PROFESSOR|
|6.||MR. S. VINODH||PROFESSOR|
|7.||MS. KRITHIKA KARUPPAIH||PROFESSOR|
|8.||MS. C. INDRA||PROFESSOR|
|9.||Dr. PREETHA JACOB||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|10.||Dr. D. KARTHIGEYAN||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|11.||MS. V. SHAKILA DEVI||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|12.||MR. VINU VERGIS||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|13.||MS. R. EMLINE MADONA||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|14.||MS. DEEPA SAM||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|15.||MR. K. SURESH BABU||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|16.||MS. V. SUMITHRA DEVI||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|17.||MR. K. KASIRAJAN||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|18.||MS. P.C.DEVISREE||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|19.||MS. KIRUTHIKA ANAND||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|20.||MS. R. AARTHI||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|21.||MR. C. YOGANANTHAM||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
|22.||MR. PRABHA TARORA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
|23.||MR. BULLA KALYAN TEJA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|24.||MS. M. SHRRUTHI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|25.||MS. TANYA DEVOTTA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|26.||MR. K.T.MUTHAIAH||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|27.||MR. ABISHEK DHANRAJ. J||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|28.||MS. M. SUNALINI ESTHER||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|29.||DR. K. KIRUTHIGA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|30.||MS.KARUNYA SENTHAMIZH SAMRAJ||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|31.||MS. JANANI RANGANATHAN||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|32.||MS. MEHJABEEN SULATHANA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|33.||MR. A. GURU PRASATH||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|34.||MS. S.S. SRUTHI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|35.||MS. V. AADHITHYA SWATHIHA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|36.||MR. MOHIT SHILARE||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|37.||MR. D. PRANAV BHARATHI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|38.||MS. J.K. SIVARANJANI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|39.||MS. K. MADHURI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|40.||MS. S. MAYURI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|41.||MR. D. KUMARA DEEPAN||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|42.||MS. PATASKAR KARTIKI DILIP||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|43.||MS. T.J.SINDHUJA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|44.||MR. MEENAKSHI SUNDAR||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|45.||MS. SANGEETHA PRIYA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|46.||MR. SUDHAN SRINIVAS||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|47.||MS. DEEPTHI KRUSHNIKA A||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|48.||SWETHA R||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|1||MR. SHANTANU RAO||PROFESSOR|
|1||MR. N.S. ASHOK||PROFESSOR|
|2||MR. DHRUV FUTNANI||PROFESSOR|
|3||MR. B. JAGANATHAN||PROFESSOR|
|4||MR. K .PRASANA||PROFESSOR|
|5||MS. M. VIDHYA MOHAN KUMAR||PROFESSOR|
|6||MS. N. EASWARI||PROFESSOR|
|8||MR. S. CHELLA KUMAR||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|9||MR. S. SUBBAIAH||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|10||MR. R. SABRISH||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|11||MR. AJAY KORAMANI||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|12||MR. R. ASHOK KUMAR||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|13||MR. R. BALACHANDER||ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR|
|14||MR. AQUIN NOEL||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|15||MR. PRADHYUMNA RAO||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|16||MS. APOORVA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|17||MR. K.N.R. SHRIKANTH||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|18||MS. NAVYATHA THABJULE||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|19||MS. MOHANA PRIYA||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|20||MS. ASHWINI||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|21||MS. RAMYA R||ASSISTANT PROFESSOR|
|Art Room||Audio Visual Room|
|Buckminister Fuller||Department Library|
|Display Room||KSMoorthy Hall|
|Laurie Baker||Lecorbusier Lab|
|Material Museum||Model Making Room|
Curriculum & Syllabus
A degree in communications design can lead to a career in web and multimedia design, graphic design or advertising. Potential employers include publishers, advertising firms, education institutions, corporations and design firms. Potential job titles include communications specialist, graphic designer, multimedia director and web designer.
Regardless of job title, individuals working as Communication Designers use their knowledge of computer software and hardware, project management skills and aesthetic judgment to create a visual design. These designs are aimed at reaching a target audience and relaying information about a company's product or service.
The goal of the program is to prepare students for f professional employment as communication designers in the areas of :
- Funiture Design, Experience Design, Signage design, Space planning, communication & Presentation design.