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Interior Design Tutor

If you are stuck with a university, college, or personal interior design project, we can help. We offer personalized 1-on-1 assistance, either face-to-face or through live online sessions, guiding you through projects from inception to completion. Our tutors are industry experts with extensive experience in utilizing design software commonly used in interior design and architecture universities.


With over 25 years of experience in teaching architecture and working as an architecture tutor, we have already trained students from many major universities in the UK. We offer assistance with all university assignments, including making plans, sections, elevations, construction, and CAD detailing. Please email us or call us for assistance. We are open from Monday to Sunday, from 9 am to 10 pm.

How to Book
1 to 1 Tutoring
With Us

Step 1: Gather all the data such as your brief, information about the site and project, a list of tasks you have completed, and your tutor's feedback.

Step 2: Call us anytime. We are open from Monday to Sunday, from 9 am to 10 pm, to discuss your work briefly. We will then calculate how long your project will take.

Step 3: Steps 1 and 2 will take a maximum of 20 to 30 minutes, and we don't charge for reviewing your project. Once we have reviewed your work, we will book a 1-to-1 tutoring session.
During these sessions, we will work on your project alongside you, helping you meet deadlines and learn new things. Tasks that would take you days to complete can be done in just a few hours with our assistance.

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Architectural Model

We teach how to make architectural models from a variety of materials, depending on your needs:

  1. Cardboard: Easy to cut and shape, available in different colors and finishes.

  2. Wood: Balsa wood and basswood are common choices, easy to cut and relatively cheap.

  3. Foam: Easy to cut and sturdy, available in various thicknesses.

  4. Cork: More flexible and easier to handle than foam, adds texture to your model.

  5. Metal: Great for building structures and demonstrating finishes, popular choices include aluminum and copper.

Tutoring Tips for Making an Architectural Concept Model:

  1. Measure accurately to ensure the right scale for your model.

  2. Make prototypes to ensure correct fit and measurements.

  3. Use the right tools, such as sharp blades, scissors, utility knives, and L-squares.

  4. Choose the appropriate glue for your materials, considering strength and drying time.

  5. Enhance your model with landscaping elements like trees, shrubs, cars, lighting, and street furniture to provide a better understanding of the project's context.

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