The places where we work, study, and live every day are not just buildings. This is a creative composition of colors, textures and products that inspire, expand, complement, create comfort, draw attention. The skills of all these elements professional combination are not inherent, they are acquired at EDS.
The maximum number of hours devoted to practical skills during education and well-formed integral vision of architecture through design perception is the key aspect of the Interior Design program. Regardless of the format and intensity, throughout the course students work on a portfolio of their first full-fledged projects, study modern software, visit interior design exhibitions, furniture factories, establish contacts with potential customers, build relationships with contractors and receive their first orders.
What kind of interior designer is a graduate of EDS?
After completing the program at EDS, an interior designer is capable of arranging his/her own or commercial premises from scratch, independently finding clients or joining design bureaus, and winning first awards. Moreover, the graduate can monetize his own business or open a business, because he/she orients well in modern challenges of the market and can evaluate its investment component. Some students after a certain time of professional work become our speakers or mentors at School and actively develop the design community.