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Interior Design Industry

 


  • The Design has evolved over the years from being a mere function of styling or aesthetics to a process where design thinking is integrated into the development process


  • The number of new design companies is growing rapidly where the trend of designers opting to start their own setup can be witnessed


  • Multinational and Global corporations are focusing on India as a new market for trading their products / services which puts a spotlight on the design industry as never before


  • This growing industry thus requires skilled and capable designers who are able to meet the needs of the consumers and the rapidly growing market


  • It was recently estimated that jobs in the interior design industry are expected to increase on a global basis by at least 13% over the next decade


  • There is an upward surge in the interior design industry owing to the construction of a large number of multi-storey buildings, bungalows, offices, etc owing to rise in disposable incomes and standard of living of Indians


  • Projected that by 2030, India is on the road to become the world’s third-largest construction market because of the bulk volume of building work going at present in the form of new homes, offices, residential societies, infrastructural upgrades, etc. The furniture market alone in India is currently worth around $8 billion


  • Innovative materials and technology have grown globally and Indian markets are ready to embrace these with open arms


  • Sustainable interior design aims to balance aesthetics and functionality with choices that reduce the environmental impact of their designs


  • Sustainable design projects are influenced factors such as planning efficient use of space, choosing materials with low environmental impacts, and reducing energy consumption, pollution, and waste


  • Interior Designers can address some of the greatest environmental impacts of the built environment by specifying materials and products that benefit the occupants and environment


  • Universal Design is quickly becoming an integrated practice and a framework of good Interior Design. It is an Inclusive Design which means creating an equitable environment for all, regardless of gender, age, physical ability, economic & social milieu
  • The practice of integrative nutrition takes a holistic approach to wellness laying emphasis on recognizing that the foundation for optimal health and healing begins with a health promoting diet.
  • Integrative Nutrition therapy is a leading-edge, evidence-based, systems biology approach to patient care that focuses on identifying root causes and imbalances and thus rectifying the same to significantly improve patient health outcomes.
  • Integrative Nutrition also implies a symphony of a good diet, good sleep, adequate exercise and a healthy psychological well being of an individual.
  • According to ICMR India State-Level Disease Burden Study report 2017 “India: Health of the Nation’s States”, the estimated proportion of all deaths due to Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) has increased from 37.09% in 1990 to 61.8% in 2017.
  • NCDs like obesity, heart disorders, diabetes, hypertension, cancer etc today are increasing in numbers and holistic nutrition is the answer to these lifestyle demons.
  • With an increase in erratic lifestyles, there is a growing need for a change in the way of nourishing ourselves.
  • In this fast-paced, fast food world that we live in, nutritionists play a vital role in keeping the population healthy. With the guidance and expertise of Nutrition Professionals, individuals and groups learn ways to improve their eating habits and instill healthy behaviours into everyday life.
  • Working as a nutritionist can be incredibly rewarding as you watch patients and clients improve their quality of life and feel better. If food aligned to healthy living is your passion, consider the degrees, skills and traits that are necessary to work as a nutritionist.
  • Nutritionists use ideas from molecular biology, biochemistry, and genetics to understand how nutrients affect the human body.
  • Nutritionists are needed across all areas of the healthcare industry, from hospitals to home health agencies, but their role is integral at food manufacturers, cafeterias and gyms.
  • With increased public awareness of the importance of nutrition for our well-being and development diverse career opportunities have emerged that support and utilize the fundamentals of the nutrition field.

Career Prospects

 

Residential, Commercial, Hospitality, Institutional, Health care, Retail spaces are some of the booming sectors.

According to the National Design Competitiveness Power 2008 report, India ranked 15th overall in the world for its design capabilities. India is also one of the few countries to adopt a National Design Policy. 

Residential Sector

Residence sector includes apartments, bungalows & villas. Indians are now getting fast-paced and are developing taste for a high-end lifestyle. People are developing an interest in choosing theme-based designs for their homes or commercial spaces.

To meet the growing demand in the residential sector, online furniture stores like Studio Pepperfry, Urban Ladder & Liv Spaces have emerged.

Commercial Sector

The commercial design is an unpredictable and challenging procedure of overseeing, redesigning or development of the business spaces such as mid to large office spaces for Corporates, banks & MNCs.

Currently, office space occupies close to 65% of the Indian facility management services market.

Hospitality Sector

India is known for limitless hospitality and design language & Indian hospitality resonates with modernity, luxury and traditions. However, with changing times and changing tastes of consumers, the hospitality industry is also witnessing a gradual change in design language.

Hospitality interiors have started integrating global design language to cater to the changing behavioural needs and tastes .

Institutional Sector

Designing an institutional building to suit the needs and aspirations of a 21st century student population can be a daunting task. Many eminent Design firms are actively involved predominantly in designing of Institutional and educational buildings.

Healthcare Sector

The Indian healthcare industry is expected to grow from $40 billion in 2010 to $230 billion by 2020. In the last 10 years, there has been a parallel demand for high-quality hospital infrastructure to support the growing demands for healthcare.

Interior designers specializing in healthcare, design medical spaces as healing environments by creating a comfortable home.

IT & Communication Technology

The boom in Information & Communication Technology has seen large IT companies set up in India. The constant advancement of technology requires interior spaces of these big setups modelled & remodelled constantly. The advent of MNCs in India has changed the concept of office designing altogether.

Retail Sector

Retail interior designing is all about influencing the consumer experience and behaviour. The role requires to put himself or herself in the consumer’s shoes and understand what they are looking at and what they might need after this.

Career Prospects

 

Residential, Commercial, Hospitality, Institutional, Health care, Retail spaces are some of the booming sectors.

According to the National Design Competitiveness Power 2008 report, India ranked 15th overall in the world for its design capabilities. India is also one of the few countries to adopt a National Design Policy. 

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