Interior Design Review Centers in Manila
Here’s a list of review centers in Manila for the interior design board exam:
1. CDEP – Center for the Designed Environment Professions
Contact Numbers: 4361549 | 09993534965 | 09215363732 | 09153129672
Address: House of Architects II, 2 Matulungin Street, Diliman, Quezon City
The CDEP is a center of research and learning, as well as accredited CPE Provider, dedicated to the advancement of architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, urban design, planning, fine arts and the engineering disciplines. Its main function is to GENERATE, PROCESS and DISSEMINATE KNOWLEDGE through seminars, training workshops, expositions, and publication, for the benefit of design practitioners, researchers, and students of the DESIGNED ENVIRONMENT.
2. CTP – Center for Technical Professions
FB Page: CTP
Contact Number: +63 942 567 3949
Address:4F Highland Lumber Bldg., Espana Blvd., Sampaloc, Manila (Beside PLDT Welcome Rotonda) Manila, Philippines
CTP is a Philippine-based review center for ARCHITECTURE, INTERIOR DESIGN, MASTER PLUMBING, CRIMINOLOGY and SANITARY ENGINEERING. Aware of the growing need for quality technical professionals, CTP aims to holistically develop students in order to be well-equipped with critical thinking and focused minds, enabling the student to have self-confidence upon embarking on professional endeavors.
3. PSID – Philippine School of Interior Design
The Philippine School of Interior Design is a tertiary educational institution dedicated solely to teaching and imparting knowledge in the study of Interior Design. The School recognizes the uniqueness of man’s creative intelligence and seeks to develop such intelligence to its maximum potential through the school’s high standard of academic instruction, effective laboratory exercises, and hands-on training.
4. SoFA Design Institute*
Email them here.
Contact Number: (02) 8928807
Address: 399 Enzo building, Senator Gil Pugay Ave., Makati City
*Short Courses: Introduction to Interior Design, Color Theory, Visual Techniques
These 18-session programs touch on a wide variety of disciplines in interior design education. These programs are ideal for college graduates and students, as well as for experienced professionals seeking to complement and to expand their current skill set in a distinct discipline.
Read more about their short courses here (Under Continuing Education Programs).
I hope you find these helpful. I’m sure there are more review centers out there, but I couldn’t find them online. For a taste of the board exam review, you may be interested in this article: Interior Design Board Examination Review.