Amanda Doods-Hooson has been chosen as our student of the month for April due to her high quality and well-rounded submission for Module 5 of the FdA Heritage Interior Design course; Design for Listed Buildings.
About Amanda’s Course
NDA’s Foundation Degree in Heritage Interior Design is fully validated by Staffordshire University.
The FdA Heritage Interior Design is one of the more specialised qualifications here at the National Design Academy. This degree course allows students to develop knowledge and understanding of the specific skills needed to work within the heritage sector at a residential level or on a major heritage project.
The Foundation Degree in Heritage Interior Design will also allow students a base to progress on to the BA (hons) Heritage Interior Design (Top-Up) that is also validated by Staffordshire University.
What Amanda’s Tutor Says…
“Amanda Doods-Hooson was selected as our ‘Student of the Month’ for a well-rounded, highly analytical, creatively designed and thorough approach to her module. Every element of her module, from the research, through to the analysis, her detail drawings and creative presentation were a clear representation of how she has developed her skills throughout the course, taking on feedback at every opportunity and applying this to her work. One of the things that stood out about Amanda’s work was her approach and consistency in presentation standards. This module is quite report-heavy in areas, yet Amanda did not let this method of assignment deter her in her presentation methods and quality. Another stand out assignment from this module was the quality of her site survey, subsequent sketches, final technical work and well-produced renders. Overall, every element of this module was detailed, rich in information and high in presentation quality. Well done, Amanda.”