Interior Design Technology –: Applied Skills

close up of hand working on a design drawing, also screens in computer lab working on designs
An interior designer needs many practical, applied skills to be successful.

At Lakeland, you'll both learn and practice:
  • Hand sketching and rendering to graphically represent ideas and designs
  • Manually drafting construction documents at your dedicated work station
  • Selecting and specifing finishes, furniture and materials
  • Developing detailed plans, elevations and sections
  • Presenting ideas and solutions
  • Using software such as AutoCAD, 20/20, Photoshop and Sketchup. All these programs are installed in the interior design computer lab.
  • Spatial planning for residential, retail and hospitality

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