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3 interior design secrets revealed

3 Interior Design Secrets You Never Knew

Shhh! The pros won’t like it but we are exposing some insider information and letting you in on interior design secrets you never knew. Add these 3 secrets into your repertoire of interior design go-tos for a sure-fire way to impress your clients and make a name for yourself in the industry.

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Do I need a qualification to be an interior designer? - The Interior Design Academy

Do I need a qualification to be an interior designer?

In a world of hazy Google searches, suspect customer service advice and organisations confusing fact with sales opportunities, there’s really no doubt why the number one question staff at The Interior Design Academy are asked is: Do I need a qualification to be an interior designer?

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What it takes to be an Interior Designer

In today’s society many people are starting to realise that enjoying your work is the key to a happier life, and many are opting for careers that facilitate their creativity such as interior design. We hear from a lot of people who would love to experience the freedom of working with their true passions, but lack the knowledge of how to start… so what does it actually take to be an interior designer?

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in the history of interior design Walter Gropius is a key influence

A Brief History of Interior Design: Pt 3

Professional interior designers are expected to study design history, to know the practices of the past in terms of ‘styles’, and to know the names and the nature of the contributions of those individuals who generated the most interesting and influential approaches to design. Here we discuss Aalvar Alto, Pierre Chareau and Philip Johnson.

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an important piece of the history of interior design is Philip Johnson's Glass House

A Brief History of Interior Design: Pt 2

Professional interior designers are expected to study design history, to know the practices of the past in terms of ‘styles’, and to know the names and the nature of the contributions of those individuals who generated the most interesting and influential approaches to design. Here we discuss Aalvar Alto, Pierre Chareau and Philip Johnson.

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