Studying Interior Design/Interior Architecture in Malaysia – Design for Life

Study Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Interior Design in Malaysia

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The interior design course has been gaining popularity in Malaysia in the past few years as Malaysians have become more

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

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

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 in Malaysia 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.

 

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

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 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.

UCSI University students won the 17th Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) Interior Design Competition for LED inspired performance

UCSI University students won the 17th Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) Interior Design Competition for LED inspired performance

Interior designers have to be good with more than color, fabric, and furniture; interior designers should have a strong knowledge 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 in Malaysia 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

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Chin Xien & Zhi Yih, Interior Design at KBU International College

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.

One does not need to pay a lot of money to go for a diploma or degree in Interior Design.

A reputable institution in Selangor offers a diploma in interior design as well as a 3+0 British degree in Interior Design, the first in Malaysia to do so.

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