‘How to develop a design concept’
Have you ever asked yourself how interior designers come up with a design concept? Have you ever wondered where to get inspiration from and how to channel your ideas?
‘Simone’s workshop offers a good mix between theory and practice. I appreciated Simone’s expertise, professionalism and her attention to each participant’s expectations. It was a great afternoon which I warmly recommend to anyone.’
A. Hamberg, Marketing professional, Basel
Intrigued? Then come and learn more about interior design, colour and styles and how to make your own mood board. You will find more information below as well as in my blog.
Part I: ‘How to develop a design concept’
What will you get out of it:
You will feel inspired and you will have a better understanding of what interior design. You will also learn a simple, but very effective 4-step tool, which will help you find your own style, channel your ideas and get a clear direction. At the end of the workshop you will walk away with your very own mood board in hand and the knowledge of how to approach any other room in the future. After you complete the workshop ‘How to develop a design concept’ you are eligible to join part II of the workshop ‘How to implement a design concept’.
- Day of the week: Sunday
- Time: 10.00 – 17.30 hours
- Cost: CHF 690.00 including materials, handouts, lunch, coffee breaks, goodie bag from Faber-Castell and course certificate
- Locations: Zurich: ℅ Daycrunch, Limmatquai 4, 8001 Zürich – Basel: (address TBC)
- Bonus: Talk and Q&A with a Feng Shui specialist
What others say about the workshop:
‘I have struggled at the start of my project to put all the ideas on paper and specify what I pictured. But with Simone’s guidance I managed to narrow down my path to what should become my concept. I would highly recommend Simone`s course to others if you want to gain a sound understanding of design principles and to enhance your own ideas. There is so much more to interior design than I realised and I’ve learnt a vast amount during the course. Simone offers a fountain of real world knowledge and advice. She provided me with excellent guidance throughout the course and promptly answered my questions. The modules were exciting, easy to follow and covered everything you need to know to start working on a design concept.’ Agnes Lonska, Civil Engineer, Basel
‘The workshop was well prepared, fun and hands-on. We learned about basic styling with color, which is a good starting point. The mood board is also a great tool to design a concept for any room. I enjoyed creating one, and also Simone’s great hospitality and home made apple tart!’ Juliette Fong, Webdesigner, Basel
‘If you want to re-decorate a room, or a whole apartment, or even just take a course that’s sure to get your creative energies flowing, then this Interior Design Workshop is for you.’ My Girlfriend Guide to Zurich
‘I had no experience in interior design and was surprised to see how everyone (including myself) went home with an inspiring mood board.’ Mara Hummel, Pharma, Basel
‘I really enjoyed the workshop and look forward to designing a room for the first time.’ Kate Whalley, retired IT specialist, Basel
‘Simone has a very nice and very helpful personality. No question goes unanswered and she listens to every participants needs.’ Juliette Demond-Standen, Basel
‘I had a lot of fun working at the workshop and highly recommend it.’ E. Baldwin (13 yrs.), High School student, Basel
‘I knew nothing before and now will go and try this again at home.’ Marjorie Craig, IT Manager, Basel
‘For me, this was just right – just what I needed.’ Adrianne Kelly, Basel