Interior Architecture is about designing and creating practical yet engaging spaces. This course is where you will learn how to balance function and appeal in the design of space. The Diploma in Interior Architecture is designed to prepare you for employment and / or further studies in various fields such as interior architecture, property development, installation work and exhibition design.

If you are inspired by space, enjoy practicality and aesthetics, like to work with your hands, and then you may be well suited for this course. You will gain foundational knowledge of Interior Architecture, as well as the skills needed in the industry and how to apply them to your future work. You will also learn to develop your creative talent and how to apply it to other fields such as furniture design, exhibition design, lighting design and installation work.

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The syllabus in ALFA are designed to enable students commence work in the industry locally or abroad with a high level of competence in term of having acquired the basic requirements of the industry in technical drafting skills. construction drawing and furniture detailing. our major emphasis on the academic curriculum world be the technical aspects of design. where student regardless of individuality or ability world be able to grasp and attain a standard sufficient to commerce and sustain in the industry to enable them to develop further along with them a career path.

  • Interior Designer
  • Architectural Assistant
  • CAD Designer
  • Exhibition Designer
  • Interior Quantity Executive
  • Furniture Designer
  • Freelance Designer
  • Perspective Illustrator
  • Assistant Project Manager
  • Assistant Property Manager
  • Interior Product Supplier
  • Tutor/ Lecturer
  • Contractor

Entry Requirements

Education Qualifications

  • SPM / UEC / O-Level or equivalent Minimum 3 credits (with a pass in Mathematics)
  • Pass in BM and History for SPM

  • January
  • April
  • August

  • 2.5 – 3 years (Full-Time)

Course Outline

Semester 1
  • Islamic Studies / Moral Studies
  • Malaysian Studies 2/ *Bahasa Melayu Komunikasi 2
Semester 2
  • Introduction to Interior Architecture
  • Design Studies of Built Environment
  • Technical Drawing I
  • History of Eastern Architecture / Interior Design
Semester 3
  • Interior Architectural Design I (Residential)
  • Visual Communication
  • Computer Aided Design I
  • (2D & 3D)
  • Building Technology
  • History of Western Architecture / Interior Design
Semester 4
  • *Business Communication 2 / **Bahasa Kebangsaan
  • Community Service
  • Communicative English
Semester 5
  • Interior Architecture Design II (Commercial)
  • Furniture Ergonomic & Basic Construction
  • Building By-Law
  • Communication Design
  • Building Science and Services
Semester 6
  • Interior Arcitecture Design III (Institutional)
  • Technical Drawing II
  • Lighting for Interior
  • Computer Aided Design II
  • (3D Studio Max)
  • Building Material & Finishes Technology
Semester 7
  • Industrial Attachment
Semester 8
  • Interior Architecture IV
  • Final Projects – Thesis I
  • Institutional Furniture
  • Professional Study I
  • Computer Aided Design III (Interi-CAD)
Semester 9
  • Interior Architecture V
  • Final Project – Thesis II
  • Final Furniture Project
  • Professional Study II

Certificate of Accreditation

The Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) hereby certifies that the programme
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