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Studying Interior Design in Malaysia is the art and skill of designing the layout and decoration of a house while having just the right colour combination to create a comfortable, functional and beautiful home.
Have you ever turned on the TV and are glued to a show in which a woman turned a house from a dump to a palace by decorating everything pristinely? Do you have a knack for choosing the right colours, fabrics, arranging and making a plain room feel more homely? Then you may want to consider studying Interior Design in Malaysia.
The study of Interior Design is more than just picking out fabrics and colours to create beautiful spaces. It is a profession combining extensive training witMore details Less
2 & 3-Dimensional Design
Colour & Form
History of Art
Careers in Interior Design are expected to increase in Malaysia and it already has a sustainable demand in a number of developed countries.
With so many degree options out there, here are some top reasons why you should study Interior Designer:
The best part about studying Interior Design is the fact that you get to play around with beautiful pieces of furniture and interesting pop of colours to make an empty space seem cozy, fun or even hip!
You need to liaise with many kinds of suppliers that will provide you with the necessary elements needed to furnish a beautiful home, from the wallpaper and rug to the kitchen cabinet and toilet bowls. This is why a course in Interior Design will instil the right techniques when communicating with these people.
As the rich are getting richer, the demand for Interior Designers also increase. Whether its’ offices, houses or public spaces, people from the 21st century expect their spaces to be tastefully furnished.
“An Interior Designer must be able to clarify his intent keeping ever in mind that decorating is not a look, it’s a point of view.”
A Master's Degree in the relevant field and shows evidence of adequate related research or work experiences to satisfaction of the Senate
A Master's Degree of other university or equivalent qualification from an Institution as approved by the Senate
Important Note: If you opt to study a Diploma in Interior Design and continue your degree at the same institution, you will most likely get a one-year exemption. This means that you can enter degree year 2 after diploma.
It is not necessary for you to do your postgraduate but doing so would help you advance in your career and open up more job opportunities. You can opt to work straight after degree as well.
While fabrics, furniture and color may play a large role in interior design, there are plenty of other tasks that are required of interior designers, many of which may seem less like fun and more like work. his broad range of skills is required because designers work with not only homeowners, but also builders, architects, government agencies and business owners.
You’ll deal with so many different kinds of people, all of whom want different things and have different concepts in mind. You need to be able to mitigate and balance out their expectations, as well as keep them calm until their home is finally ready.
While there certainly are boring parts to the job, an interior designer still needs to be creatively inclined to do a good job. You need to know what colours go well together, what fabrics mix, and above all, give you client as many options as possible.
Below are a few of the top Interior Design firms in Malaysia.
Do note that all courses should be accredited by the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA). Click here to check if the course you choose is accredited. For a start, here are some of the most popular Interior Design schools in Malaysia.
Shah Alam1 Course
Johor Bahru2 Courses
Petaling Jaya2 Courses
Oct 30, 2020
Oct 16, 2020