High job demand for Interior Designers or Interior Architects in Malaysia

Study Interior Design or Interior Architecture in Malaysia

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KBU International College Interior Design Final Year Student's Project Presentationa

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The interior design course has been gaining popularity in Malaysia in the past few years as Malaysians have become more affluent as well as being aware of the importance of aesthetics to our well being in our living environment or branding in our business environment.

An interior designer can undertake projects that include arranging the basic layout of spaces within a building as well as projects that require an understanding of technical issues such as acoustics, lighting, temperature, etc.

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Although an interior designer may create the layout of a space, they may not build the space without having their designs stamped for approval by an architect, which is why many interior designers also complete school to become architects as well. An interior designer may wish to specialize in a particular type of interior design in order to develop technical knowledge specific to that area.

Types of interior design include residential design, commercial design, hospitality design, healthcare design, universal design, exhibition design, spatial branding, etc. The interior designer is responsible for the interior design, decoration, and functionality of a client’s space, whether the space is commercial, industrial, or residential.

Many people do not know that interior design does not deal purely with design factors but that interior designers need to

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design students, Lum Choon Sam and Ng Kar Chian won the Gold and Silver Awards in MIID Reka Award 2013 organized by Pertubuhan Rekabentuk Dalaman Malaysia

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design students, Lum Choon Sam and Ng Kar Chian won the Gold and Silver Awards in MIID Reka Award 2013 organized by Pertubuhan Rekabentuk Dalaman Malaysia

possess good organizational skills. The Interior designer is like a project manager as he or she will work closely with architects and clients to determine the structure of a space, the needs of the occupants, and the style that best suits both. There is an emphasis on planning, functional design, and effective use of space.

An interior designer can undertake projects that include arranging the basic layout of spaces within a building as well as projects that require an understanding of technical issues such as acoustics, lighting, temperature, etc.

Although an interior designer may create the layout of a space, they may not build the space without having their designs stamped for approval by an architect, which is why many interior designers also complete school to become architects as well.

An interior designer may wish to specialize in a particular type of interior design in order to develop technical knowledge specific to that area. Types of interior design include residential design, commercial design, hospitality design, healthcare design, universal design, exhibition design, spatial branding, etc.

The position is a combination of engineer and artist, and it takes a unique type of mind to handle both of those concepts well. Interior designers have to be good with more than color, fabric, and furniture; interior designers should have a strong knowledge

Winners of the MIID Furniture Design Competitioin, Gee Sze Yong, 19, Ting Ying San, 21 and Lim Chuun Kiat, 19 who are pursuing the Diploma in Architecture Studies and Interior Architecture at UCSI University

Winners of the MIID Furniture Design Competitioin, Gee Sze Yong, 19, Ting Ying San, 21 and Lim Chuun Kiat, 19 who are pursuing the Diploma in Architecture Studies and Interior Architecture at UCSI University

of the different types of materials and their functionality, possess budgeting skills, able to communicate well, and coordinate the ordering, installation, and maintenance of all objects that define a space.

Interior designers need to gain a broad knowledge such as electrical capacity, safety, and construction. This broader range of required knowledge is what makes them different from interior decorators. Interior designers have to be able to work with contractors and clients alike, planning and implementing all aesthetic and functional decisions, from faucet handles to miles of carpeting —and all this usually must be done within a fixed budget. Interior designers are hired for their expertise in a variety of styles and approaches, not merely their design concepts.

Therefore, they have to be able to balance their own tastes and their clients’ tastes—and be willing to put their clients’ tastes first. This requirement can be frustrating at first for many who enter the profession.

Interior designers are often asked to begin their planning before construction of a space is finished; this means that they must be good at scheduling and comfortable reading blueprints.

This element of the job comes as a surprise to many new interior designers, who expect to have less of an administrative and technical role and more of a role in influencing the overall feel and appearance of a space.

Those who thrive in the industry say this ability to balance the practical with the aesthetic is crucial to being a successful interior designer. Interior design is hard work, but those who do it well find the work very satisfying. Interior designers may find jobs in industries like property, restaurants, shops, kitchens, hotels, malls, and more.

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Study at the Best Colleges & Universities in Malaysia for Interior Design or Interior Architecture

Study at the Best College in Malaysia for the Diploma & Degree in Interior Design Course

The School of Design at KBU International College was established in 1993 and has an exclusive agreement

KBU International College is partnered with the Top Ranked Nottingham Trent University UK

KBU International College is partnered with the Top Ranked Nottingham Trent University UK

with Nottingham Trent University, UK, to conduct of art & design programmes in Malaysia. KBU International College is the first and only centre in South East Asia to conduct the University’s Honours degree courses in Graphic Design and Interior Architecture & Design.

Nottingham Trent University’s School of Art & Design has a long history in art & design education that dates back to 1843. Today, it is one of the major providers of art & design education at tertiary level in the United Kingdom.

AT KBU, there is ample studio space, up-to-date computer hardware and software, 3D printer, Mac Lab, woodwork workshop, print studios, workshops, photo labs, recording studio, and a range of other equipment to facilitate students in their projects.

KBU International College has everything an art & design student needs to equip him/her with the skill sets required of a professional designer. After SPM, students can either go for the Foundation in Design or Diploma in Interior Design before continuing on to the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture & Design degree.

KBU International College is a Top Award-Winning Design College in Malaysia

As evidence that KBU is the best college for design in Malaysia, the college and their students have won numerous awards for

Lim Yong An (right), Gold Winner of the Nippon Young Paint Designers Award 2014 in the Interior Design Category

Lim Yong An (right), Gold Winner of the Nippon Young Paint Designers Award 2014 in the Interior Design Category

Interior Design as well as Graphic Design.

  • Nippon Paint Young Designer Awards 2014:
    • Gold Winner for Interior Design is Lim Yong An
    • Lim Yong An also won the “Best Green Innovation Award”.
    • Ernest Loh Yin-Sen won Silver
    • Soo Mei Lian won “Best Colour Choice”
    • Yii Sii Lin won an Honorary Mention
    • Best College for Interior Design also went to KBU International College
    • Best Lecturer for Interior Design went to KBU’s Chua Huwi Huwi.
  • RSA Genovasi Malaysian Awards 2014
    • Social Entrepreneurship Category Winners – Mandy Choong Mun Yee, Lee Man Kit, Kim Eunkyung, Goh Pei Hua and Yong Lee Chee
    • Digital Age Category Winner – Daniel Chua Yong Ho
  • MIFF 2014 Awards– MIFF 2014 Young Designers Category
  • Father’s Day – VIVA Drawing Competition 2014

    Lim Meng Yeu (Third from Right in black T-shirt), a graduate from KBU International College emerged as the Gold winner of the Student category of MIID’s MIDA Awards 2012

    Lim Meng Yeu (Third from Right in black T-shirt), a graduate from KBU International College emerged as the Gold winner of the Student category of MIID’s MIDA Awards 2012

  • Conqueror Happy Design Contest 2013/14
  • MIJF Jewellery Design Competition 2014 Award
  • Lee Hui Ying, clinched second prize for the MIFF Furniture Design Competition 2014
  • Nippon Paint Young Designer 2012 competition, KBU staff and students made a sweep of the awards with:
    • Regional Winner – Lim Meng Yeu – Platinum/Malaysia beating Gold winners from Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore & China
    • Gold/Malaysia – Lim Meng Yeu
    • Silver/Malaysia – Chu Sze Yong
    • Honorary Mention/Malaysia – Ee Wil Ken and Lee Xuan Xuan
    • Best College/University – KBU International College
    • Best Lecturer – Chua Huwi Huwi
  • Wil Ken bagging a notable award, 2012 Emerging Designer of the Year – Student category of the Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers’ (MIID) Malaysian Interior Design Awards (MIDA) 2012
  • Lim Meng Yeu, 23, a graduate from KBU International College emerged as the Gold winner of the Student category of MIID’s MIDA Awards 2012
  • Lee Jian Ru received the Silver Prize winner of the Student category of 2013 MIID’s MIDA Awards and Foh Vui Siang won the Best Green Innovation Award and also received Honorary Mention

    MIFF Furniture Design Competition 2014 second prize winner Lee Hui Ying together with KBU International College Design School Head Siow Yin Yoong (fourth in the row from left to right) and lecturers.

    MIFF Furniture Design Competition 2014 second prize winner Lee Hui Ying together with KBU International College Design School Head Siow Yin Yoong (fourth in the row from left to right) and lecturers.

  • Philips Lightover Challenge 2013 Winners – Julius Lok Juin Chern and Chiang Siew Leng
  • Gan Su Yi and Cheok Yi Chi won 2nd and 3rd prize respectively in the 2013 Bristol Student Design Competition organised by the leading and highly regarded furniture manufacturers in providing office furniture and seating- in collaboration with Majlis Rekabentuk Malaysia (MRM)
  • Third place in the 2012 Veloster Rev it Up Inter-College Challenge by Hyundai
  • Thirteen of KBU’s graduands have bagged the First Class Honours degree awards in the field of Graphic Design, Interior Architecture and Design and Software Engineering, in which the degree programmes are conducted in collaboration with Nottingham Trent University, UK. Chu Sze Yong (Interior Architecture & Design) graduate was presented the Student of the Year Award.
  • Lee Jin Yin and Lydia Low, Year 2 Graphic Design students, collaborated with IM Magazine to produce their magazine cover for the July 2012 issue.
  • Katherine Goh, Year 2 Graphic Design student, won the Consolation Prize under the New Media Category for the Peri-fy Your Art Competition 2012
  • Bernadette Quah Paik Choo was named the winner of the Ideation Award 2011 by Malaysia International Furniture Fair (MIFF)
  • Phum Boon Eng from KBU International College beat 91 other participants to win the MIECO Designer’s Choice Awards (MDCA) 2009 Student’s Category. The MDCA 2009, was jointly organized by MIECO Sdn Bhd and MIFF Sdn Bhd in conjunction with the Malaysian International Furniture Fair 2009 (MIFF 2009)

Diploma in Interior Design at KDU College Penang

KDU College Penang Campus is strategically located in the city area

KDU College Penang Campus is strategically located in the city area

Steer your interest in “Interior Design” into an illustrious career with KDU Penang’s Diploma in Interior Design. This programme will provide you with hands-on experience of design elements, colours, materials and various techniques to achieve your own personal style.

You will be familiarised with basic principles and techniques in illustrating and drawing.

The Diploma in Interior Design at KDU College Penang not only covers the precise artistic skills you would need as an illustrator but also includes the exploration of various media from traditional to contemporary.

In 2012, KDU College Penang initiated the ‘out of class’ experience by introducing an International Study Trip to Bali. In the next coming years, KDU students will explore the South East Asia, beginning with Bangkok in 2014. Students will be exposed to different design cultures that will stimulate their instincts to be super creative!

  • International Student Trip to South East Asian Countries

    Projects by KDU College Penang's talented Design Students

    Projects by KDU College Penang’s talented Design Students

  • International Design Companies exposure
  • Cultural exchange with your neighbouring countries first hand
  • Promote youth independence

KDU College Penang Design Students are Taught by Industry Professionals with Master Degree Qualifications
Learn from the BEST with our team, who are industry practitioners, award winning Fine Artists and Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) panel of – specialists. Lecturers are practitioners and Master Degree holders; they are specialized in their field and well-versed in Academic matters.

  • Senior teaching experience
  • Vast networks in the Industry
  • Qualified practitioners & academicians
  • Techno-savvy & understands Gen-Y

Design & Communication facilities at KDU College Penang

3D Design studio at KDU College Penang

3D Design studio at KDU College Penang

  • Art Gallery
  • Interior Design Drafting Studio
  • Recording studio
  • iMac labs
  • Spin Doctor Lab
  • Classes are conducted in a full-fledged Art Gallery
  • Dynamic Student-Centred Classrooms
  • State of the art iMac Lab
  • 3D Modelling Studios with 3D Printers
  • Photography & Video Studios complete with Green screen & editing facilities
  • Drafting & Computer-aided Design (CAD) Rooms

 

The Best Interior Architecture Diploma in Malaysia at UCSI University

Winner of 17th MIID Interior Design Competition for Installation

Winner of 17th MIID Interior Design Competition for Installation

UCSI University produces Award Winners

  • 13 prizes at the 17th MIID Interior Design Competition organised by Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) or Pertubuhan Perekabentuk Dalaman Malaysia (PPDM)
  • Simon Chong Sin Man, Interior Architecture degree student from UCSI University, was 1 out of 3 students who emerged as winners of the Dulux Emerging Talent Awards (DETA) 2012. Specially brought to the Interior Design students by AkzoNobel, DETA 2012 aims to unearth and nurture emerging talent while also grooming these young designers to become sustainability-conscious leaders of the future

Study Interior Architecture Diploma or Degree at the Top Ranked UCSI University in Malaysia

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UCSI University is a vibrant community of learning and scholarship. With more than 10,000 students from 80 different countries, the University stands out as a melting pot of diversity and learners will supplement their pursuit of knowledge with a keen sense of cultural appreciation – a vital trait in today’s borderless world.

As one of Malaysia’s first private universities,UCSI University has long impacted the national higher education landscape and the University continues to do so with its wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

UCSI University is ranked as Excellent or Tier 5 in the SETARA 2013 rating system by MQA.

With its innovative academic curriculum, UCSI University students also enjoy the unique benefits of its Co-Operative Education Training Programme (Co-Op) that enhances their employability by integrating classroom learning with workplace training in Co-Op employer organisations.

Completing two months’ work experience for every study year, a UCSI University student would have six to eight months’ work experience to stand ready for full-time employment upon their graduation.

UCSI University offers the Diploma in Interior Architecture and the BA (Hons) Interior Architecture.

Diploma in Interior Design at Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)

Gallery Showcasing Design Students' Work at Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)

Gallery Showcasing Design Students’ Work at Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA)

The Diploma in Interior Design at Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) programme aims to equip students with the ability to make decisions and solve problems that interior designers are confronted with.

Students receive education in both the aesthetic and technical aspects required for professional practice.

Throughout the programme, students develop creative and innovative design abilities by working on individual projects which deal with the different aspects of theoretical, conceptual and practical design problems.

Students will be exposed to complex problem of modern environments in the context of style, taste, culture and humanity. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) maintains a close relationship with the industrial sectors in the country and endeavours to keep abreast with current developments in design and technology.

At the end of the Diploma in Interior Design programme, students will be able to meet the challenges and demands of the design profession in an effective manner.

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) is an Award-Winning Interior Design College in Malaysia

MIID Reka Award 2013

  • Interior Design students, Lum Choon Sam and Ng Kar Chian won the Gold and Silver Awards in MIID Reka Award 2013 organized by Pertubuhan Rekabentuk Dalaman Malaysia. Both of them won a trophy and a certificate.

IKEA Armchair Cover Competition

  • Students from Industrial Design and Interior Design Department won the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes in IKEA Armchair Cover
    Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Students from Industrial Design and Interior Design Department won the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes in IKEA Armchair Cover Competition

    Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Students from Industrial Design and Interior Design Department won the 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes in IKEA Armchair Cover Competition

    Competition. Fatemeh Khosh Rou from Industrial Design Department won 1st prize IKEA Gift Card worth RM1,000. Wong Shih Yar from Interior Design Department won 2nd prize IKEA Gift Car worth RM 800 and Shafeqa Rashidah won 3rd prize IKEA Gift Card worth RM 500 in the competition.

MIDA Malaysian Interior Design Awards 2012 for Design Excellence

  • Interior Design student Nicholas Foo Kok Ming won the Silver award of RM 1,500 cash and a certificate whilst Ng Kar Chian won the Honorary Mention Award of RM 500 cash plus a certificate in the student’s category.

Nippon Paint Colourful Dreams Design & Win Competition 2012

  • Interior Design student, Chong Tze Chin was selected as MIA winner in the Nippon Paint Colourful Dreams
    Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design student Nicholas Foo Kok Ming won the Silver award whilst Ng Kar Chian won the Honorary Mention Award

    Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design student Nicholas Foo Kok Ming won the Silver award whilst Ng Kar Chian won the Honorary Mention Award

    Design & Win Competition and received her prize with one Apple iPad 3 with a certificate of participation.

MIFF Ideation Award 2011

  • Interior Design student, Ng Yong Hui won the third prize of RM1000 cash, a trophy and a certificate at the Malaysian International Furniture Fair 2011 organised by MIFF Sdn. Bhd. and Arcradius Consulting Sdn. Bhd. on March 2011.

Nextus New Furniture Design Competition 2010/2011

  • Chai Wan Ni, a student from interior Design Department won the second prize of RM3,000, a trophy and certificate in the above competition organized by the Export Furniture Exhibition Expo Sdn Bhd on 7 March 2011. Teng Chee Hoong, Interior Design student and Soon Cheng Hong from Industrial Design Department, each won the Special Commendation Award which came with a cash prize of RM1,000.

Electrolux Think Eco Challenge 2011

  • Tan Haong Kuan and Teh Zi Chew from Industrial Design Department, Christopher Bong from Interior Design Department were consolation prize winners in the Electrolux Think Eco competition. The competition was to design a functional household item using recyclable material. All the 10 best projects were exhibited at Pavilion KL on 10 May 2011.

Parkson Passport to Style Europe 2011 June – July Window Display Contest 2011

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design students, Lum Choon Sam and Ng Kar Chian won the Gold and Silver Awards in MIID Reka Award 2013 organized by Pertubuhan Rekabentuk Dalaman Malaysia

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design students, Lum Choon Sam and Ng Kar Chian won the Gold and Silver Awards in MIID Reka Award 2013 organized by Pertubuhan Rekabentuk Dalaman Malaysia

  • Interior Design students, Naquiah binti Mohd Fhauzi, Ng Yong Hui, Tan Yee Kian, Esther Chang Li Ann from Graphic Design Department, Vincent Leong Jia Hou from Textile and Fashion Design Department represented MIA to showcase their design for the Window Display Contest 2011 at Parkson Pavilion on July 2011.

MIDA 2011 Awards

  • Interior Design student Ling Yee Ping won the third prize of RM1, 000 for the IPDM Students Excellence Award in the MIDA 2011 awards organized by IPDM on 28 October 2011. Khor Swee Chuan also from Interior Design Department won honorary mention with a RM500 cash prize

Dulux Emerging Talent Awards 2011

  • Interior Design student, Ng Yong Hui was awarded a certificate of achievement and participated as one of the
    Lim Chee Hong, Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design Student won the Gold Award at the Nippon Paint Young Designers Award 2011. The Silver Award was won by Chai Wan Ni also from MIA.

    Lim Chee Hong, Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design Student won the Gold Award at the Nippon Paint Young Designers Award 2011. The Silver Award was won by Chai Wan Ni also from MIA.

    representatives from Malaysia in the Dulux Emerging Talent Awards 2011 competition held in Taipei from 17 – 21 October 2011.

Nippon Paint Young Designers Award 2011 (Interior Design Category)

  • Lim Chee Hong, Interior Design Student won the Gold Award at the Nippon Paint Young Designers Award 2011 on 10 November 2011, winning him RM3000 cash and a MacBook Pro 15” 2.536GHZ. The Silver Award of RM2,000 cash was won by Chai Wan Ni also from the Interior Design Department. Khor Swee Chuan , a finalist won RM500 Nippon paint voucher. The number of entries from all Interior Design colleges and Universities in Malaysia this year totaled more than 700. MIA was awarded the Best College and Best Lecturer Award for the second year running. The prizes were RM1000 cash prize and RM1000 Nippon Paint voucher for the Best College Award while the Best Lecturer Award was a RM1000 cash prize.

Nippon Paint Young Designer Award 2010 (Interior Design Category)

Low Poh Shi, Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design Student won the Gold Award in the Nippon Paint Young Designer Award 2010 (Interior Design Category). Teng Chee Hong won the Honorary Mention in the same category. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) was awarded the Best College and Best Lecturer in this competition.

Low Poh Shi, Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) Interior Design Student won the Gold Award in the Nippon Paint Young Designer Award 2010 (Interior Design Category). Teng Chee Hong won the Honorary Mention in the same category. Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) was awarded the Best College and Best Lecturer in this competition.

  • Low Poh Shi, Interior Design Student won the Gold Award of RM3,000 cash and a Mac Book Pro 13” 2.53 Gh2 in the Interior Design Category. Teng Chee Hong won the Honorary Mention with RM1, 000 cash in the same category. MIA was awarded the Best College and Best Lecturer in this competition. The prize were RM 1,000 cash prize and RM1, 000 Nippon Paint voucher for Best College while the Best Lecturer Award was RM1,000 cash prize.

Project New York Interior Design Competition 2010

  • Wendy Lim, Chan Teck Lup, Lee Shi Feng, Seah Ei Wen, Lim Yao Wen, Khor Swee Chuan, Teh Ing Ing, Lim Chiew Hsia, and Chua Yi Mun were the top ten finalists of the flagship F&B store in Kuala Lumpur. Chan Teck Lup was the 1st prize winner in this competition. He won RM2, 000 cash prize.

APSDA 2010 Beijing, China-Student Workshop organised by MSID-DULUX

  • Interior Design student, Low Yee Ann was selected as the student representative for MSID and MIA to attend the China-Student Workshop held in Beijing, China from 8th October until 14th October 2010 (Fully sponsored trip by ICI Paints (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd., an AkzoNobel company).
Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) First prize winners, Low Poh Shi (left), Teng Chee Hong (left) and their lecturer, Mr. Daniel (middle), posing with their winning entry for the Creative Home Interior Design Competition 2010

Malaysian Institute of Art (MIA) First prize winners, Low Poh Shi (left), Teng Chee Hong (left) and their lecturer, Mr. Daniel (middle), posing with their winning entry for the Creative Home Interior Design Competition 2010

MIFF Ideation Award 2010

  • Industrial Design Department student, Mahdieh Mirmoezi won the third prize (RM1000) in the furniture design competition.Chan Yung Khang was one of the shortlisted entries in MIFF Ideation Award organized by Malaysia International Furniture Fair Sdn. Bhd. on 1 March 2010.

Creative Home Interior Design Competition 2010 organised By MACY Home Furnishings Sdn Bhd

  • Interior Design students Teng Chee Hong, Low Poh Shi and Look Wai Yee won the First Prize of cash award RM2,500 plus a trophy and certificate for each team member. The Consolation Prize Winners were Pang Kong Wei, Chriswilly and Er Chin Keong who each received RM300 of Macy voucher & certificate.

 

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