The Drawpad Design Institute launched by ANSA Interiors
Update: 08 Sep 2021 13:11 STI
New Delhi [India], September 8 (ANI / Target Media): For all aspiring interior designers and decoration lovers! ANSA Architecture and Interiors’ DrawPad Design Institute has introduced long-term and short-term courses covering residential, commercial and space design topics, as well as courses in 3D max, Auto Cad and interior design.
With live interactive classroom sessions led by luxury interior design experts, the course is designed to reset the learning methodology; and learn practical topics that prepare you for the industry.
The institute is the first of its kind to launch an “interior design culture” in India, as it has enabled the Indian design industry to take the lead. The Institute offers a one-year Interior Design Certification Course containing 12 modules with 12 interactive online work sessions. Students have the opportunity to dispel their doubts in real time and none of their questions will go unanswered.
Sapna Aggarwal, interior designer and co-founder of ANSA Interiors, recently launched “The Drawpad Design Institute” to pilot and polish aspiring interior designers to excel in the field methodologically through online courses systematic and LIVE courses.
She is a trusted name in the interior design industry in India and abroad, for her impeccable, creative and innovative work in the commercial and residential fields. She has won numerous awards, including those awarded to her by numerous media companies as well as by institutes and associations of architects.
Understanding the demands of aspiring students in the field of design and architecture, the Draw Pad Design Institute bridges the gap between education and market trends while encouraging young artists to shine brightly.
In addition to the one-year certification course, the institute also offers many short-term and advanced online courses to enable interior design students, interior designers, civil engineers and architects to learn more about themselves. stand out in the dynamic interior design industry. The institute also offers internships and internships to deserving students.
“Over 5,800 students have expressed academic interest in continuing their design studies at the DrawPad Design Institute, the institute expects to double the number of students and expand to other cities by 2022,” said said Ankush Aggarwal, co-founder and promoter of The DrawPad and ANSA Interiors.
Sapna adds that “The institute’s academic program was organized after a thorough study of the practical challenges that the designer typically faces in the field. We have tried to align with the international study model, so that they can use the same methodology in the field and stay up to date with technological advances “.
With the introduction of the institute, the industry is not only helping aspiring students who wish to pursue a career in interior design, but it will also help decorating enthusiasts who wish to have the knowledge on the subject to improve their skills. home decorations in their short courses. More information about the courses can be obtained from their official website: www.thedrawpad.com.
At present, the industry is seeing major advancements in both design and technological advancement, matching the standards with the market and international standards.
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