About interior design
As a residential interior designer, you will devise aesthetic and functional solutions suited to new residential buildings as well as remodelling existing interiors.
You will be responsible for space planning and surface design elements and will also be concerned with human interaction within the space and to ensure that your designs comply with regulatory and contractual requirements.
Studying interior design
Tamesa's Diploma in Interior Design (Residential) provides you with relevant, up-to-date skills and methods. You will be given a mix of theoretical and practical activities and assignments, which will lead you to a realistic, work-focused qualification.
Turn your creative flair and interest in interior design into a career with our programme, studies include residential interior design, colour theory, kitchen and bathroom design and historical restoration.