The discipline of Furniture and Interior Design at NID looks at shaping and functional analysis of living, working and interaction environments through study and development of objects, structures and systems operating on human scale responding to their collective impact on everyday life. The program addresses concurrent issues of sustainability and human relationships with resource and environmental concerns by taking up in-depth study of materials, techniques, processes, aesthetics, projections and resonance of a product in its social context. The discipline helps to build technical, pragmatic and research skills to perform in practice-oriented industries as well as engage with new emerging models of design practices. The program enables integral control through research over definition and design of furniture-interior objects and makes them respond to seemingly distant but crucial requirements of contextual and environmental design through systems perspective. 

The B.Des (undergraduate) program emphasises on development of strong material, technical, aesthetic and empirical skills crucial for delivering experiences and stories of human participation with objects and environment. The program helps building conceptualisation and development skills through detailed material study, hand-digital drawings and physical modelling.To provide context to studio-practice as well as industrial operations, the discipline operates on a strong hands-on prototyping component based on thorough understanding and application of user centric study, resource-material engagement, critical thinking and problem-solving capacities. 

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Faculty

Gargi Raychaudhuri

gargi_raychaudhuri[at]nid[dot]edu

Neha Mandlik

neha_mandlik[at]nid[dot]edu

P Ramakrishna Rao

raoprk[at]nid[dot]edu

Pravinsinh Solanki

pravinsinh_s[at]nid[dot]edu

Sweety Taur

sweety.t[at]nid[dot]edu

Info

Seats

13

course offered

Public Relations Officer

Design Faculty

Communication Design

Labs

Communication Lab

Student Works

The discipline of Furniture and Interior Design at NID looks at shaping and functional analysis of living, working and interaction environments through study and development of objects, structures and systems operating on human scale responding to their collective impact on everyday life. The program addresses concurrent issues of sustainability and human relationships with resource and environmental concerns by taking up in-depth study of materials, techniques, processes, aesthetics, projections and resonance of a product in its social context. The discipline capacitates to build technical, pragmatic and research skills to perform in practice-oriented industries as well as engage with new emerging models of design practices. The program enables integral control through research over definition and design of furniture-interior objects and make them respond to seemingly distant but crucial requirements of contextual and environmental design through systems perspective. 


B.Des
The B.Des (undergraduate) program emphasises on development of strong material, technical, aesthetic and empirical skills crucial for delivering experiences and stories of human participation with objects and environment. The program helps building conceptualisation and development skills through detailed material study, hand-digital drawings and physical modelling.To provide context to studio-practice as well as industrial operations, the discipline operates on a strong hands-on prototyping component based on thorough understanding and application of user centric study, resource-material engagement, critical thinking and problem-solving capacities.