INSIGHT School of Interior Design Hong Kong will host two open days in September, opening its doors to everyone from complete beginners to experienced designers looking to develop new skills.
August 24th, 2016
Looking to start a career as interior designer, brush up on old skills or add new ones to your belt? INSIGHT School of Interior Design Hong Kong (INSIGHT) is a good place to start. It’s a good time to start, too: the school set to host two open days at the start of September, before the majority of courses commence later in the month.
INSIGHT is Hong Kong’s only school dedicated to all things interior design. Launched by Eve Mercier, who is a designer herself, the school aims to give students practical skills and, in the case of the diploma and part-time courses, real-life experience in working on every aspect of a design project, from client brief and budgeting through to design implementation.
The Chai Wan-based school will open its doors to prospective students on 2 and 3 September 2016, with morning sessions from 11am to 12.30pm, and afternoon sessions from 2 to 3.30pm. At these sessions, prospective students will learn about the selection of courses on offer at INSIGHT, with options including short courses on everything from AutoCAD and SketchUp to a history of style, part-time courses in residential and commercial interior design, full-time design diplomas, and more. Those attending the open-day sessions will also be able to meet INSIGHT’s teaching team, see works by past students and ask any questions they might have about available courses.
INSIGHT School of Interior Design Hong Kong is located at 24/F, Federal Centre, 77 Sheung On Street, Chai Wan. Those interested in attending one of the open days on 2 and 3 September should register by emailing email@example.com, or via INSIGHT’s website.
INSIGHT School of Interior Design Hong Kong
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