Perceptions of Colour in Architecture: Q&A with Dulux’s Andrea Lucena-Orr

Posted by Emma Woodward on June 8 2022

  Andrea Lucena-Orr is the colour and communications manager for DuluxGroup, and in April she was good enough to join us for an evening webinar, sharing her insights with the iscd community. It really was a great evening, and a fantastic chance to catch an insightful presentation from a colour

Edwina Straub at London Design Week and Maison & Objet Fair in Paris

Posted by Emma Woodward on April 27 2022

  Recently, one of our iscd educators, Edwina Straub, visited the UK and France to attend London Design Week, Paris Deco Off and the Maison & Objet Fair in Paris.  Our students will hear more when Edwina presents her Studio Online talk to them, but until then, let’s all learn

iscd Students and Merino Homes ‘Rebuild Down Under’

Posted by Emma Woodward on April 6 2022

  Recently three iscd interior design students (now graduates) were named as finalists in the Merino Homes Rebuild Down Under Design Competition. It’s always exciting to not only see our students honing their creative talents, but to watch as they become further involved in the design world. By partnering with

BOWERBIRD Interiors Industry Placement Program

Posted by Gabrielle Rosenfeld on November 29 2021

  The International School of Colour and Design (iscd) has always offered industry-driven courses – providing students enrolled in our Diploma of Interior Design (MSF50218) with nationally recognised qualifications and the strong foundations that allow them to launch their careers and design their worlds. In order to give students studying