Interior Design

Interior Design AUC Summer Course

You will learn everything you need to know about designing residential spaces creatively. This course will take you through the process of interior designing. You will learn how to design a residential space and get introduced to basic drafting skills. You will learn how to create floor plans and elevation designs. You will learn design concepts that help you create a look and feel for the space you are designing. By the end of the course, you will have your own space design, where you will implement all the skills you learned. You will apply the design elements covered in your project by creating a color scheme, matching furniture, material, and accessories to complement the mood you selected for your space.

  • Come up with design concepts
  • Understand the interior design process and principles
  • Understand and create a floor plan and elevation
  • Getting started on basic drafting skills
  • Learn how to select furniture and materials for a particular look/mood
  • Understand the color theory
  • Learn how to choose a color scheme for a particular design
  • Two-weeks: July 17 - 28, 2022
  • Sessions will run daily from 9 am to 3 pm
  • AUC New Cairo campus
  • Fridays and Saturdays off
  • EGP 3,600 (price including materials needed)
  • 10% discount offered for siblings

Students aged 12+ years.

All the bootcamp participants will receive a certificate of participation from AUC.

The AUC bus service is available for extra fees. Details on the schedule will be shared before the program's start date.
Note that only vaccinated students are allowed to use the bus service.

Accommodation is offered at the University residences.

Nesma Fadda

Nesma Fadda is an adjunct assistant professor of architecture at the Department of Architectural Engineering, The American University in Cairo. Fadda holds a PhD in architecture. She works in the field of interior design since 2009.

A 100% refund of the program fees will be offered in the following cases. Cases should be reported at least three weeks before the program's start date.

  • Course cancellation 
  • Medical withdrawal
  • Visa denial