This Interior Design School’s Sydney Campus Is as Stylish as You’d Expect

Lauren Powell
by Lauren Powell


When you imagine an interior design school, it’s likely you envisage one of the most stylish spaces in town—and the Sydney campus of renowned interior design school, iscd, is exactly that—and then some.  

Located in North Sydney, the light-filled space was aptly designed by the school’s educators-come-interior experts who met the brief “raw and refined” to a tee. From the moment we set foot inside the space we instantly fell in love—from the design quotes that are stencilled onto the concrete floor, to the custom-designed reception wall made from hundreds of mismatched pieces of recycled timber, and all of its chic-meets-cool style.

With over 34 years of experience, the DIA Recognised school offers on-campus, online, and short courses in everything from interior design to surface design, and is one of the country’s leading interior design educators—budding interior experts, take note. And while the courses are amongst some of the best in the business, it’s almost worth signing up just to be able to relish in the campus's Instagram-worthy interior. We chatted with iscd’s general manager, Wendy Greenhalf, about the inspiration behind the design of the space, what she loves most about it, and how it inspires students on the daily.  Aspiring stylists, interior decorators, interior designers, or colour specialists, scroll on and take the tour.  

Dreaming of a career in interior design? Attend an iscd open day in either Sydney or Melbourne on January 21 from 10.30 a.m. until 1.00 p.m. It’s here where you’ll meet the educators, mingle with graduates, tour the campus, and have the opportunity to win a free workshop.

Register to attend an open day here and to receive 50% off the iscd Colour + Design 101 workshop on Saturday, February 4 from 10.00 a.m. until 3.00 p.m.  

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