Introduction

Interior Design (Bandung) is an interdisciplinary major which specializes in interior consultants and construction creative businesses that intend to increase diversity due to changing market factors and professional practices. Furthermore, we enhance our students to respond to the boundaries in a way to extend the purposeful innovative, and creative industries of Interior Design.

BINUS UNIVERSITY Interior Design (Bandung) Study Program is supported by lecturers with industry experience. Our students will experience real-world project flow as they advanced through their courses in this major, such as planning, research, and designing processes. Our students will learn how to apply technology, culture, business, and environmental aspects in their designs.

In Interior Design (Bandung) major, students will be encouraged to implement several aspects as the way to solve problems regarding to the  construction and aesthetical elements in Interior design. Students are prepared to excel in preparing interior concept design, planning, presenting a professional visualization for their interior projects for residential, retail, office, hotel, and other public spaces. Techno-design curriculum in our program allows students to comprehend the usage of technology in the learning process. Students will gain basic and advance Computer-Aided knowledge to accommodate challenges to compete as a professional interior designer in the future.

 

Interior design (Bandung)’s graduates of BINUS UNIVERSITY  will become future interior designer professionally. They are well equipped to work in global firm or becoming a creative entrepreneur. They will be able to compete with other professionals in the industry.

 

Vision

A world class Interior Design Department, delivering international standard designers with strengths in local values, IT, and green design.

 

Mission

The missions of Interor Design are to:

  1. Educating students in the fundamental skills of designing, with a focus on the latest technology, eco design and local content by providing excellent study facilities and internships that prepare students for global service industries or for continuing to an advance degree in interior design or related disciplines.
  2. Preparing students who have a strong sense of ethics and local values, an entrepreneurial spirit, and are ready to take on strategic positions in service industries and make a contribution to society.
  3. Recognizing and rewarding the most creative and value-adding talents.
  4. Improving the quality of life of Indonesians and the International community.
  5. Designing creative products and conducting professional services in interior design fields with an emphasis on the application of knowledge to society.

 

Program Objectives

The objectives of the program are:

  1. To provide students with innovative and creative design abilities, especially in eco design and local content, by using the latest technology and approaches.
  2. To provide students with design abilities and knowledge, ranging from fundamental principles to applied skills and abilities.
  3. To prepare students with necessary skills and knowledge of interior design that enables them to become an entrepreneur or a professional in a global environment.

 

Student Outcomes

After completing the study, graduates are:

  1. Able to design interior concept based on human behaviour, technical aspect, and values that related to interior design;
  2. Able to design an interior concept independently both in manual and digital to fulfill user community needs for residential to public space project based on design theory, user need study, and interior design problems;
  3. Able to design thematic interior element (furniture, wall, ceiling and floor) based on technical characteristic and material aesthetic;
  4. Able to produce interior design planning as a proposed problem solving and fulfill community needs that accountable and qualified in function, aesthetic, construction, and meaningful;
  5. Able to communicate ideas in visual language that communicative and informative;
  6. Able to design an interior and its elements that prioritizes local indigenous, green design and sustainability;
  7. Able to produce interior design work that has good selling value as a professional or entrepreneur (designpreneur);
  8. Able to build independent business in interior design;
  9. Able to construct interior object models, furniture and non-furniture in the form of digital presentations and 3D models;
  10. Able to develop scientific-based solutions to interior design aspects of building systems;
  11. Able to design interiors in accordance with the development of global trends;
  12. Able to Design Commercial & Hospitality Interior by paying attention to space needs and user behavior;
  13. Able to design furniture and interior accessories by paying attention to the needs of the user behaviour;
  14. Able to apply interdisciplinary knowledge and skills in developing alternative solutions for problem-solving.

 

Gelar Sarjana : S1 Desain Interior – S.Ds. 

Prospective Career of the Graduates            

Graduates will be prepared not only as a professional interior designer, but also be able to create and open new working opportunities for other professions which are related; because of their ability to be an entrepreneur. This availability of working opportunities such as:

 

Commercial and Hospitality Design

  • Interior design consultant
  • Interior design contractor
  • Real estate/property contractor
  • Project Management
  • Project Marketing
  • Procurem
  • Purchasing
  • Merchandising Setting designer
  • Commercial retailer
  • Exhibition organizer
  • Visual merchandise/window display designer
  • Stylist for interior magazine
  • Book writer
  • Lighting designer

 

Furniture and Interior Design Accessories

  • Interior design consultant
  • Interior design contractor
  • Furniture designer
  • Manufacturer of Interior accessories
  • Furniture & home accessories shop/gallery owner
  • Retailer
  • Stylist for magazine/production house
  • Interior Decorator/Home decorator Home accessories designer
  • Book writer
  • Trader
  • Supplier (furniture/accessories interior)
  • Workshop owner
  • Product Development
  • Retail Manager
  • Buyer Merchandizing

 

Techno Interior Design

  • Interior Designer
  • Interior Design Firm
  • Interior Build Contractor
  • Interior Decorator Consultant
  • Interior Design 3D Artist
  • Interior Design Drafter
  • Interior Supplier
  • Interior Apps Creator

 

Smart Living & Environmental Design

  • Interior Design Consultant
  • Interior design contractor
  • Interior Procurement
  • Visual Merchandiser
  •  Interior Book Writer
  • Lighting Designer
  • Furniture Designer
  • Home Accessories Designer
  • Workshop Management
  • Product Development
  • Retail Management
  • Project Management

 

Curriculum

Interior design Department – School of Design has 2+1+1 curriculum. On their 4th to 5th semester, students have wider option to take more experience on doing their mobility classes on other campus (for now it is only available in Binus Jakarta and Binus Malang as host campus). On their 6th to 7th semester, there are five enrichment programs that can be chosen by students based on their passion and knowledge. These programs are internship in industry, research in interior and furniture, community development, start-up business and study abroad program. With these experiences, students will gain more knowledge regarding their contribution to industry and community. The curriculum also accommodates the main objective of the program opening i.e. creating a qualified interior designer. Graduates will have entrepreneur spirit, well-equipped professional skills, excellent personality as well as the competency in ICT skills. Currently, the Interior Design program provides two concentrations that the students can choose from according to their goals and interests:

 

Commercial & Hospitality Design:

This stream provides students with an ability to design commercial & hospitality space, such as: design of apartments and houses, shops, restaurants, offices, hotels, hospitals, schools, etc.

 

Furniture and Interior Design Accessories:

This stream provides students with an ability to design furniture and accessories for both residential and commercial such as hotels, offices, restaurants, by observing the terms of ergonomics, functionality & aesthetic.

 

Techno Interior Design:

This stream provides students with an ability to apply techniques optimally in interior design projects by mastering the technical aspects of project presentation in accordance with technological trends.

 

Smart Living & Environmental Design:

This stream provides students with an ability to apply the latest technology appropriately into spatial design. The skills include Experimental & Lighting Design, Environmental Graphic Design, Technology & Lifestyle in Design, Interior Product Prototyping, Exhibition Design, Environmental & Sustainability Design, Interior Behaviour & Experience, dan Interior In Digital Interactive.

 

Course Structure

Sem Code Course Name SCU Total
1 CHAR6034033 Character Building: Pancasila 2 20
DSGN6597033 Ergonomic and Anthropometry 2
DSGN6752033 Sense of Design 4
DSGN6753033 Interior Drawing 4
ARTS6027033 Art Principles 2
ARCH6118033 Interior Technical Drawing 4
English University Courses I
ENGL6204033 English in Focus 2
ENGL6205033 English for Business Presentation 2
2 CHAR6035033 Character Building: Kewarganegaraan 2 20
CIVL6128033 Material Knowledge in Interior Design 2
DSGN6761033 Interior Design I: Residential 4
DSGN6762033 Furniture Design I: Residential 4
CIVL6117033 Drafting and Detail Construction 4
ENTR6522032 Entrepreneurship: Ideation 2
English University Courses II
ENGL6216033 English Savvy 2
ENGL6217033 English for Written Business Communication 2
3 CHAR6036033 Character Building: Agama 2 22
DSGN6698033 Interior Design II: Retail 4
DSGN6699033 Furniture Design II: Retail * 4
DSGN6696033 Computer 2D Drawing 4
CIVL6129033 Interior Design and Sustainable Living 2
LANG6097033 Indonesian 2
ARTS6036033 Design History Studies 2
CIVL6107033 Building Component Theory and Regulation 2
4 DSGN6763033 Business in Interior Design * 2 18
DSGN6906033 Rendering and Presentation Techniques 2
DSGN6772033 Interior Design and Culture 2
Streaming: Techno Interior Design**
DSGN6907033 Interior Design Technology and Studio Office 6
DSGN6908033 3D and 4D Presentation in Interior Design 4
DSGN6909033 Contemporary Issues in Techno Design 2
Streaming: Commercial And Hospitality Design***
DSGN6199008 Interior Design III: Office 6
DSGN6200008 Computer 3D Drawing for Interior 4
DSGN6887008 Lighting Design for Interior 2
Streaming: Furniture And Interior Design Accessories***
DSGN6217008 Furniture Design III: Office 6
DSGN6218008 Computer 3D Drawing for Furniture 4
DSGN6888008 Interior Accessories Design 2
Streaming: Smart Living & Environmental Design ****
DSGN6901023 Experimental Lighting Design 2
DSGN6806023 Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) 4
DSGN6808023 Interior Design III 4
DSGN6809023 Interior Product Prototyping 2
Minor Program**&*** 12
Free Electives*** 12
5 DSGN6910033 Interior Design and Technology 2
DSGN6773033 Portfolio Development 4
ENTR6524032 Entrepreneurship : Market Validation 2
DSGN6911033 Interior Design Methodology 4
Streaming: Techno Interior Design**
DSGN6912033 Interior Design Technology and Studio Hotel 6
DSGN6913033 Interior Complementary Design 2
Streaming: Commercial And Hospitality Design***
DSGN6204008 Interior Design IV: Commercial and Hospitality Project 6
DSGN6612008 Design Trend 2
Streaming: Furniture And Interior Design Accessories***
DSGN6220008 Furniture Design IV: Commercial and Hospitality Project 6
DSGN6614008 Signage and Way finding Design for Interior 2
Streaming: Smart Living & Environmental Design ****
DSGN6812023 Exhibition Design 4
DSGN6814023 Interior Behaviour & Experience 2
DSGN6903023 Interior in Digital Interactive 2
Minor Program **,***,**** 8
Free Electives *** 8
6 Enrichment Program I 20 20
7 Enrichment Program II 20 20
8 DSGN6632033 Thesis 6 6
Total Credits 146 Credits

Students can only choose between streaming, minor programs or free elective, See minor program and          free elective appendix for the detail

*) Entrepreneurship Embedded

**) Will be conducted in BINUS@Bandung

***) Will be conducted in BINUS@Jakarta

****) Will be conducted in BINUS@Malang

 

Streaming/Minor/Free Electives:

Students can only choose between streaming, minor programs or free elective, See minor program and free elective appendix for the detail.

 

English University Courses:

-) For 1st Semester: English University Courses I, students with Binus University English Proficiency Test score less than 500 will take English in Focus, and student with test score greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Business Presentation.

-) For 2nd Semester: English University Courses II, students with Binus University English Proficiency Test score less than 500 will take English Savvy, and students with test score greater than or equal to 500 will take English for Written Business Communication.

 

Enrichment Program I (6th Semester) & Enrichment Program II (7th Semester):

-) Student will take one of enrichment program tracks (off campus). See enrichment appendix for the tracks detail.

 

Enrichment Track Scheme

Track Semester 6 Semester 7
IN RS EN CD SA IS etc IN RS EN CD SA etc
1 v v
2 v v
3 v v
4 v v
5 v v
6 v v
7 v v
8 v v
9 v v
10 v v

Note:

IN            : Certified Internship

RS           : Certified Research

EN          : Certified Entrepreneurship

CD          : Certified Community Development

SA           : Certified Study Abroad

etc           : Study Program Special Purposes

IS            : Certified Specific Independent Study

 

Description:

Student will take one of enrichment program tracks

Certified Internship Track

Code Course Name SCU Total
Enrichment Program I 20
DSGN6633033 Industrial Experience 8
DSGN6933033 Design Ideation in Industry 8
DSGN6636033 Self Management in Industry 4
Enrichment Program II 20
DSGN6637033 Professional Experience 8  
DSGN6934033 Design Applied in Industry 8
DSGN6640033 Team Work Activity in Industry 4

 

Certified Entrepreneurship Track

Code Course Name SCU Total
Enrichment Program I/II 20
ENTR6983033 Interior Design Business Initiation 8  
ENTR6984033 Interior Design Development Process 8
ENTR6492033 EES in New Interior Design Business 4

 

Certified Research Track

Code Course Name SCU Total
Enrichment Program I/II 20
RSCH6431033 Research Experience 8  
RSCH6597033 Scientific Writing in Design 8
RSCH6433033 Global EES 4

 

Certified Community Development Track

Code Course Name SCU Total
Enrichment Program I/II 20
CMDV6249033 Community Outreach Project Implementation 8  
CMDV6373033 Community Outreach Project Design 8
CMDV6251033 Employability and Entrepreneurial Skills in Design Community 4

 

Certified Study Abroad Track

Code Course Name SCU Total
Elective courses list for study abroad* 20
Enrichment Program I/II
GLOB6208033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 1 4  
GLOB6209033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 2 4
GLOB6210033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 3 4
GLOB6211033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 4 4
GLOB6268033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 25 4
GLOB6212033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 5 2
GLOB6213033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 6 2
GLOB6214033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 7 2
GLOB6215033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 8 2
GLOB6216033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 9 2
GLOB6217033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 10 2
GLOB6218033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 11 2
GLOB6219033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 12 2
GLOB6269033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 26 2
GLOB6289033 Elective Course for Study Abroad 29 2

*) Transferred courses will be transferred based on credit transfer policies on study program with total of 20 credits.

Certified Specific Independent Study Track

Code Course Name SCU Total
Elective courses list for study abroad* 20
Enrichment Program I
MICR6073033 Course Certification I 3  
MICR6074033 Technical Skill Enrichment I 4
MICR6075033 Industrial Project I 9
MICR6076033 Soft Skill Enrichment I 4
MICR6077033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 1 8
MICR6078033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 2 8
MICR6079033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 3 6
MICR6080033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 4 6
MICR6081033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 5 6
MICR6082033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 6 5
MICR6083033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 7 5
MICR6084033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 8 5
MICR6085033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 9 5
MICR6086033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 10 4
MICR6087033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 11 4
MICR6088033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 12 4
MICR6089033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 13 4
MICR6090033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 14 4
MICR6091033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 15 3
MICR6092033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 16 3
MICR6093033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 17 3
MICR6094033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 18 3
MICR6095033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 19 3
MICR6096033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 20 3
MICR6097033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 21 2
MICR6098033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 22 2
MICR6099033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 23 2
MICR6100033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 24 2
MICR6101033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 25 2
MICR6102033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 26 2
MICR6103033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 27 2
MICR6104033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 28 2
MICR6105033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 29 1
MICR6106033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 30 1
MICR6107033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 31 1
MICR6108033 Elective Course for Specific Independent Study 32 1

*) For students who take BINUS certified specific independent study courses, they should take the first 4 courses on the list above (20 credits). Meanwhile, electives courses 1 to 32 are transferred courses for students who take certified specific independent study outside BINUS University. Transferred courses will be transferred based on credit transfer policies on study program with total of 20 credits.

Student should pass all of these quality controlled courses as listed below:

No Code Course Name SCU Minimum

Passing Grade

Semester
1 CHAR6034033 Character Building: Pancasila 2 B 1
2 ENTR6524032 Entrepreneurship: Market

Validation

2 C 5
3 DSGN6752033 Sense of Design 4 C 1
4 ARCH6118033 Interior Technical Drawing 4 C 1
5 DSGN6194033 Interior Design I: Residential 4 C 2
6 DSGN6196033 Interior Design II: Retail 4 C 3
7 DSGN6885033 Interior Design Methodology 4 C 5
STREAMING: TECHNO INTERIOR DESIGN
8 DSGN6907033 Interior Design Technology and  Studio Office 4 C 4
STREAMING: COMMERCIAL AND HOSPITALITY DESIGN
8 DSGN6199008 Interior Design III: Office 4 C 4
STREAMING: FURNITURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN ACCESSORIES
8 DSGN6217008 Furniture Design III: Office 4 C 4
STREAMING: SMART LIVING & ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
8 DSGN6808023 Interior Design III 4 C 4