MIT Institute of Design

Interior Space
and Furniture

Interior Space and Furniture Design

Interior Space and Furniture Design

Interior Space and Furniture Design discipline focuses on designing and planning of interior spaces for all kinds of human needs. The learners concentrate on designing spaces – interior and exterior - according to their functional hierarchies and interrelationships. Spaces to be more functional and aesthetic require components like furniture, seating, storage, lighting etc, so only Interior Design alone is not sufficient. The interior space design should be integrated with furniture & accessories, and both should have a harmonious interaction .This makes the built space respond like an efficient and welldesigned system. This approach imparts the learner a unique edge than merely "interior decoration". Of the many Interior Space and Furniture Design courses the one at MIT ID emphasizes on the holistic learning.

Bachelors of Design: Interior Space & Furniture Design

The bachelors’ program in Interior Space and Furniture Design is structured with the sole objective of creating sensitive space designers who can create sensible spaces. With an intense foundation in first year, the learner undergoes courses at each semester with a blend of space design as well as furniture design. The structure is based on five verticals of Skill based inputs, Technological inputs, Space & Form studies, Design Context & Design Projects. This multifaceted approach enables the learners to look at space in holistic manner and design the interiors and furniture to enhance its functionality. The unique aspect of Interior Space and Furniture Design programs at MIT ID as compared to other Space Design courses is the emphasis on hands on approach. The pedagogy focuses on the deliverance of the core subject with an intension to cater to not only the big industry but also to the small scale and rural industries and handicrafts sector. An ISFD graduate is thus capable of handling different types of space design projects & designing furniture along with their execution independently.

Masters of Design: Interior Space & Furniture Design

The masters’ program in Interior Space and Furniture Design offers specialisation for all design graduates who seek material based hands on explorations in space & furniture domain. The course nurtures an attitude towards detailing focused space design, prototype oriented furniture design or to space styling through emphasis on CMF. The course is structured with a focus on developing design skills in first semester, a design realisation oriented second semester & a practical choice based third semester that develops a graduate to a focused & confident space & furniture designer. A learner would further become sensitive towards Indian craft & cultural aspects affecting user’s spatial behaviour & understanding. ISFD department encourages research as a part of its training in space & furniture design as a tool of change for sustainable competitive advantage. The postgraduate learner thus would consolidate a portfolio, where the attained competences and the work of specific domain for each individual would stand out as a personal brand.




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Fee Structure:

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Course Structure


1 year


Manchester Metropolitan University, UK
Northumbria University, UK

Course Code Course Name Credits
GFNFD101 Design Overview  0
GFNFD102 Design Drawing 1  4
GFNFD103 Fundamentals of Design 1 (Colour) 3
GFNFD104 Fundamentals of Design 2 (Geometry) 1
GFNFD105 Fundamentals of Design 3 (Materials) 4
GFNDS106 Fundamentals of Design 4 (Form Space and Structure) 4
GFNDG107 Digital Methods 1 2
GFNDC108 Inter Design Studies 1 (Environ Exposure) 1
Course Code Course Name Credits
GFNFD201 Design Drawing 2 : Freehand , Analytical & Perspective 3
GFNFD202 Fundamentals of Design 5 : Colour II 2
GFNFD203 Fundamentals of Design 6 : Solid Geometry 2
GFNFD204 Fundamentals of Design 7 : Three Dimensionalaties of Form , Space & Structure 3
GFNFD205 Fundamentals of Design 8 : Materials 3
GFNDS206 Digital Methods 2 : Advanced Image Processing and Vector Graphics Applications 1
GFNPR207 Design Process : Problem Solving 5
GFNDC208 Interdesign Studies 2 : Urban Environment Exposure  1
Course Code Course Name Credits
GIFD301 Design Drawing 3 : Representation and Technical Drawing  3
GIFS302 Space & Form Studies 1 3
GIST303 Building Construction Technology 2
GIST304 Material Technology : Materials & Processes  2
GIDC305 Design Context 1 : Introduction to Ergonomics 2
GIPR306 Design Project 1 : Analysis of Space & Furniture 4
GIDG307 Digital Methods 3 2
GIDC308 Design Context 2: History of Architecture (Self study)                 1
GIDC309 Inter Design Studies 3 : Settlement Study (Self study) 1
Course Code Course Name Credits
GIST401 Furniture Technology 1  : Mechanisms,  Structures  & Joineries 2
GIFS402 Space &  Form Studies 2 : Experiential Design  3
GIDG403 Digital Methods 4  2
GIPR404 Design Project 2 : Space Design 1 7
GIPR405 Design Project 3 :  Furniture Design 1 5
GIDC406 Inter Design Studies 4  : Craft Study ( in vacation)    1
Course Code Course Name Credits
GIFS501 Space & Form Studies 3 : Material & Form 3
GIST502 Building Services & Technology 2
GIDC503 Design context 3 : History of Deseign and Furniture                   1
GIPR504 Design Project 4 : Design for Special Needs 3
GIPR505 Design Project 5 : Furniture Design 2 5
GIPR506 Design Project 6 : Space Design 2 6
Course Code Course Name Credits
GIFS601 Space & Form Studies 4  3
GIDC602 Design Context  4 : Open Electives 2
GIPR603 Design Project 7 :  Space Design 3 8
GIPR604 Design Project 8 : Furniture Design 3 7
Course Code Course Name Credits
GIFS701 Space & Form Studies 5   3
GIDC702  Design Context 5 : Open Elective 2 2
GIDC703 Green Design 2
GIDC704  Design Context 6 : Design & Business 2
GIDC705 Case Paper Writing 1
GIPR706 Design Project 9 : System Thinking + System Design 10
Course Code Course Name Credits
GIPR801 Industrial Internship 4
GIPR802 Graduation Project 16



Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Architecture, Industrial Design, Interior Design

Age Limit : 30 years


Manchester Metropolitan University,


Northumbria University, UK


2 years

Course Structure

Course Code Course Name Credits
PIFD101 Design Overview  0
PIFD102 Design Drawing 1 : Freehand, Perspective,Visualisation Parallelline  3
PIFD103 Fundamentals of Design 1 : Colour 1
PIFD104 Fundamentals of Design 2 : Geometry 2
PIFD105 Fundamentals of Design 3 : Materials & Processes 4
PIFD106 Fundamentals of Design 4 :  Form,Space & Structures  3
PIPR107 Design Project 1: Design Process – Furniture Design 1  4
PIDC108 Inter Design Studies 1:  Environment Studies  1
PIDC109 Design context 1: History of Habitat & Design  (self study) 1
Course Code Course Name Credits
PIST201 Furniture Technology : Mechanisms, Structures and Joineries 2
PIFS202 Space & Form Studies 1  2
PIPR203 Design Project 2  : Space Design 1 6
PIPR204 Design Project 3 : Furniture Design 2 4
PIPR205 Design Project 4 : Design of Special Interiors 3
PIDC206 Design Context  2 : History of Furniture – Self study 1
PIDG207 Digital Methods 1  1
PIDC208 Inter Design Studies 2 : Craft Documentation  (in vacation) 1
Course Code Course Name Credits
PIFS301 Space and Form  Studies 2 3
PIPR302 Design Project 5 : Space Design  2 6
PIPR303 Design Project 6 :  Systems Thinking and System Design 7
PIDC304 Design and Business +  Case Paper Writing 3
PIDG305 Digital Methods 2  1
Course Code Course Name Credits
PIPR401 Graduation Project 20


Project: Interior & Furniture Elements 

by Ved Jirafe

Project: Tatva: Craft Furniture

by Tanvi Kaushal

Project: Foresta Resort & Spa

by Manik Moholkar

Project: A Joint Family Abode 

by Rancy Parekh

Project: Modular Storage System

by Preetha Nayak

Project: Luxury Residential Space Design

by Saili Zade


The education at MIT ID has been founded on a philosophy & way learning that can be best described as generalist. All learners spend all their years getting “indoctrinated” with this particular way of learning that they may be later encouraged to select their specialized fields of work.
Taking this thought ahead a passing out graduate of ISED at MITID can choose his area of specialization as a space or a furniture designer.
A learner concentrates on designing interior spaces according to their functional hierarchies and interrelationships.
A learner understands that the user is given the utmost priority & the overall space along with the furniture system satisfies the requirements in all possible ways.
A learner is capable of proposing a space treatment that emphasizes the desired special experience.
A learner is sensitive towards appropriate use of material & exploring it to its maximum capacity.

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Associate Prof. Amit Deshmukh

H.O.D. Interior Space & Furniture Design

Prof. Vasudha Karhadkar

Interior Space & Furniture Design

Asst. Prof. Bhavya Gupta

Interior Space & Furniture Design

Asst. Prof. Saili Sonar

Furniture Design


Prof. Methew Kurein

Head of dept

Prof. Harshit Desai

Head of dept

Asst. Prof. Rajendra Thakre

Head of dept