Interior Design Program at VCAD
Space, lighting and design can influence how people feel, think, work, and relate to each other. Interior design is a rewarding and creative career that allows you to bring beauty and function into the lives of others.
VCAD’s Interior Design program allows you to develop a skill set that compliments your creative vision so you can excel in interior design. The program introduces students to design principles, color theory, space planning, drafting and industry-standard software.
Students learn to create beautiful and effective residential, commercial, industrial and public space designs and layouts. Graduates of this program will have developed a portfolio to showcase their designs and will be prepared to enter a career as an interior designer, planner, project manager or design consultant.
This program is 72 weeks in length.
– Interior Designer
– Residential Designer
– Furniture Designer
– Design Consultant
– Project Manager
Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD) interior design student Natalie talks about who designed the VCAD booth for the Interior Design Show West (IDSwest) and how getting involved with this event can help her post-graduation.
Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD) interior design instructor Rene joins his students at the Vancouver Interior Design Show West (IDSwest). As an industry experienced faculty member, he speaks to the tremendous exposure participating students receive from networking with both the booths and attendees at this year’s show.
Visual College of Art and Design (VCAD) talks to Interior Design Show West (IDSwest) speaker and designer Tommy Smythe of HGTV. What’s his number one piece of advice for emerging designers and students working on their portfolio? You’ll have to watch this video to find out!
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