Interior designers plan, design and supervise the construction of the inside of residential and commercial buildings to make rooms and spaces functional, safe and visually appealing.
What does this job involve?
The design requirements by working with clients and contractors
And analysing design features, including functionality, efficiency, safety and visual requirements
Design concepts, including preparing sketches, diagrams, illustrations and plans
With clients, management, suppliers and construction staff
And recommending interior materials, furniture and other products
With the project manager during construction of interiors
How do I get into this career?
Undertake a qualification in interior design. This may be via a vocational pathway or as an undergraduate, supported by experience working in a design role. A high level of creativity and pursuing further study such as a Master of Design, may also give you an advantage.