What you can do during your interior design course
Isabelle Hoffmann is among the best up-and-coming interior designers, announced as co-winner at the 2019 Home Design and Eussen Student Interior Design Awards.
Isabelle received the honour over competing students from education providers in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
This year, participants were invited to re-design Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Family Room. RMHC’s mission is to “support the ever-changing needs of seriously ill children and their families.”
“I did research about the company and what it stands for, and came up with the tree of life idea,” says Isabelle. “Everyone worked really hard. It’s nice when someone tells you that it’s really good work.”
The Home Design and Eussen Student Interior Design Awards are now in their ninth year. Our interior design students work on the awards project as part of their assessment.
A German native, Isabelle came to Australia on a gap year, before choosing to study at Holmesglen. Isabelle saw her creative potential after attending an Open Day.
“Interior design has a lot different areas that you can work in, in the future. I feel you can develop and grow,” she says.
After finishing her Advanced Diploma, Isabelle hopes to grow her interior design career down under, and feels the competition experience and her award has supported her ambitions.
“The more you see, the more you know. You have the knowledge of what can work. Seeing, exploring and doing research influences you and makes you better.”
Find out how you can explore your creative ideas at our interior design courses page.