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Opportunities for Interior Designers

Interior Designers have many fields to employ their skills. One may work as an independent professional, free lancer, conditional associate, or as an employee. Interior designers also work in many parallel fields like product design, developer of interior prototypes, producer or manufacturer of interior components, supervisor for interior components’ production, maintenance person for interior spaces and components, advisor or consultant for interior design related concepts (such as event management), and as administrator for interior related affairs.

Interior designers are sensitive to materials and finishes, and so work as conservator, preserver, and renovator of built spaces. Interior designers also have the competence to mould and manipulate the built environments and are ideal for reformation and adaptation of redundant buildings.

In today’s world of miniaturization, systems and components are becoming smaller, as a result large amount of built spaces becomes spare or redundant. …