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

5 Must-Have Skills to Work as an Interior Designer or Decorator

Posted by Annette on May 20 2021

  I’m always asked about where I studied design and how it led me to where I am today. So I thought I'd reveal all to you in this post. I’m also going to walk you through the skills you need to work as an interior designer or decorator, so

In conversation with Simone Mathews, top holiday property expert

Posted by rachel on March 8 2021

Simone Mathews is the woman behind some seriously dreamy holiday properties here in Australia. Starting out in the construction world with her husband, they’ve run their own business (BAM Constructions Group) for over 20 years. Simone runs and manages the interiors side of the business and wanted to further her

Emerging Workplace Design Trends: What will stay and what will go

Posted by David on June 18 2020

Eunice Aubert, iscd Diploma of Interior Design student, shares her thoughts on emerging workplace design trends. I recently read an article on frameweb.com about how Covid-19 could influence and impact workplace design. What struck me most about this article was not the brilliant design solutions already being considered, but how