Urbanization and rapid growth of the IT sector are the key drivers for the Indian real estate sector, which consequently translates as opportunity for interior designers. Architectural Outsourcing Service in India has the potential to grow to $12 billion.
Interior Design is a multidisciplinary subject, one that entails collaboration across a multitude of disciplines, ranging from urban design, reusing existing buildings, to furniture, graphic and surface based interventions. At NIDA, experimentation, innovation, research and design-led thinking, along with exploratory pedagogies and processes are prevalent across the range program from 1 year to 3 years specialized. Students will have the opportunity to investigate a diverse range of processes and techniques in their work at our state-of-the-art studio. This will include digital technologies as well as analogue approaches to the communication of their work, such as drawing, image and model-making. The ethos of NIDA is to educate students in current contemporary interior design in tandem to maintaining close connections within the industry.