Interior Design II at NYSID

Engage in interactive sessions to design a small apartment

Students must be 14 years old by the time the program starts.

Program Highlights

Learn Advanced Interior Design Techniques, Interior Design I is a pre-requisite to take this course
Elevate your interior design expertise by undertaking the callenge of designing a café and hotel lobby.
Learn to navigate the complexities of designing public spaces and collaborating with clients.

Residential tuition:

Commuter tuition:


Session 2:
July 14, 2024 July 26, 2024


New York School of Interior Design
New York, New York

Course Overview

Pre-college ll introduces a dynamic shift towards the hospitality sector, incorporating the designs of hotels and restaurants.

Throughout the two-weeks, participants will explore the world of hospitality spaces by visiting some of the city’s premier campus hotels, as well as exploring various restaurants and cafes. The experiential learning extends beyond observation as students are encouraged to select a client and craft a designated space tailored to their needs, fostering a deeper understanding of design application.

Earn College Credits: Seize the chance to earn one college credit applicable towards an undergraduate degree at NYSID or for inclusion in your future college applications.

Classes will be at the New York School of Interior Design, housing will be located at Fordham University – Lincoln Center campus.

Meet your instructor

Prepare for an exciting adventure as the current faculty of the New York School of Interior Design takes the helm in teaching the pre-college summer program.

This unique opportunity offers a glimpse into the authentic student experience at the university, providing you with a taste of what it's like to be a part of the NYSID community.

Topics you'll explore

Course Structure

There are nine 3-hour class sessions over the two-week course. During week one, students have class from 9am-12pm, Monday - Friday. During week two students have class from 9am-12pm Monday through Thursday. Wednesday afternoons are dedicated to additional academic time (excursions, speakers).

Real World Insight

Visit showrooms, commercial design firms, and various design centers. Engage in hands-on work within a studio setting, and have the opportunity to hear insights from professionals in the field.

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