KLC School of Design Pioneering Design Careers

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KLC School of Design has been pioneering design careers for over 30 years. The Diploma Interior Design course is vocational, ensuring students have work from live projects in their portfolio and allowing them to step into internships or jobs at design practices upon graduation.

"It is rewarding to be able to help people develop a career they are passionate about. James is an example of a number of KLC graduates who have found their niche and are creating thriving businesses." - Jenny Gibbs, Principal, KLC School of Design

A KLC School of Design graduate whose career has been going from strength to strength is James Waterworth. James worked in antiques and set design before attending KLC. He graduated in 2007 and the KLC Careers Service placed him in a job at Martin Brudnizki Design Studio. Whilst there, James worked on both residential and commercial projects and was chosen to set up and run the American operations based in New York.

In 2011, James established Alexander Waterworth Interiors with his business partner Alexander Evangelou. They have been busy with a number of residential and hospitality projects including private houses in London, a villa in Italy and restaurants in both London (Kerbisher & Malt, Hally's, The Malt House, Annabel's and Hibiscus) and New York City (Musket Room). Currently Alexander Waterworth Interiors are working on over 26 projects - with restaurants in various locations in London, New York, Washington and Bangkok. They are about to open a New York office.

If you, like James, are looking for a new career in the New Year, KLC School of Design is now conducting interviews for the January 2014 intake of the Full Time Diploma and the Blended Learning Diploma Interior Design.


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