For more than two decades, the Institute of Design (IOD) has been inspired by the transformative potential of art and design. Today, IOD’s academic courses carry forward that mission, making IOD one of the best design institutions in Asia. Mr N. Nadeem, the Founder Director, was Awarded the Creative Education Entrepreneur Award from Fashion Media Art, Magazine, Aberdeen, UK.
This generation of creative leaders engage in real-world learning and develop as critical thinkers and makers grappling with the pressing issues of today’s creative needs. Institute of Design is providing the best global course that embodies the 21st-century education mechanism.
After years of development, the Institute of Design went through a systematic reform. At that time, the IOD has gained both a name and the foundation to build for the future and the curriculum was restructured to accommodate the needs of talented students. Today, the Institute of Design is ready to be a top Asian art and design institution that creates new waves in the art and design education world.
IOD always liked to follow the philosophy of the Bauhaus design movement which was learning by doing. This unique curriculum and revolutionary educational philosophy remains a part of IOD to the present day. INSTITUTE OF DESIGN is also recognised by the MSME, Govt. of India. It has handled various Training Programs and also conducted and organised various programs for Institute of Handloom and Textile Technology, Govt. of Kerala. Kannur.
Institute of Design has its international presence in India and Sri Lanka, soon in Maldives and Brunei. Our plan is to reach out to creative aspirants planning to open up 10 plus franchisee centres all over India. Institute of Design is looking to be associated with leading education institutions all over India too.
Strengths of IOD
- 100% Industry-focused International Course Content offers – Degree, Diploma and Certificate courses
- Experienced faculties, who believe in sharing rich experience & expertise.
- Ambiance to moot the student’s interest in their creative career-oriented courses.
- Institute of Design Students have successfully completed their courses from all over India, Sri Lanka, Korea, Maldives, Thailand, the Middle East, South Africa, Australia, France and the Netherlands
The Fashion Design course is aimed at those who want to work as designers in the fashion world. Fashion is an integral part of Life. Learning fashion is a creative and changeling thing to pursue. Basic Principles of designing, Figure drawing, Design motifs, Introduction to Textile, Elementary Pattern making, Pattern Development, Introduction to Sewing, Lectures in Merchandising, Quality Control and Costing, Presentation, and Studio design works. The course is aimed at those who want to work as designers in the textile of fashion industries. IOD is introducing them to all areas of the textile and fashion field. IOD helps to build up a high level of creativity and professional competence in them with guidance from tutors and visits.
Interior design is a set of aesthetically pleasing but efficient solutions for better use of the space. The goal of interior design is to improve the user experience by better managing the space available – make every space creatively and aesthetics in an aspiring way. Interior design, words like creativity spring to mind – Professional interior designers will usually follow a set of informal “rules”, based on specific interior design principles and elements. These interior design elements include space, line, forms, light, colour, texture, pattern, and keeping them balanced is the key to creating an aesthetically pleasing interior to enhancing the appearance of a space. Getting these elements to work together in harmony will also bring increased functionality. To start, an interior designer will assess the room according to these interior design elements, and then use them to disguise or enhance the various features and flaws of the space.
Fine art refers to performing art forms, including painting, sculpture, dance, theatre, architecture, and printmaking. Fine art is an art developed primarily for aesthetics or beauty, distinguishing it from decorative art or applied art which also has to serve some practical function, such as pottery or most metalwork. The highest art was that, which allows the full expression and display of the artist’s imagination, unrestricted by any of the practical considerations involved in making and decorating a teapot.