Well-designed interiors can, of course, contribute effectively to the competitiveness of industry and tourism but the methodology behind the process can be applied in a much wider context to address and provide potential solutions to topical and sociological issues. The design skillset is broadly definable as a range of both intellectual and practical skills and is fundamentally a decision making and problem-solving activity. Good interior design can improve quality of life in schools, hospitals, workplaces and public services, creating more pleasant and functional environments. Designers are also now uniquely placed to contribute to the sustainability and environmental quality of interiors particularly as the new focus on responsible retrofitting buildings could be argued as providing a more sustainable option than a new build.
Where the CPD logo is indicated, these courses would be valuable in our opinion for Continuing Professional Development
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