Community Service Initiative BIA and DID

As part of a more enhanced and holistic curriculum, the MPU4 Community Service Initiative module of Taylor’s University series of community-based services has been rendered by approximately 36 students of The Design School (TDS) semester starting from September 2017 of the BA (Hons.) Interior Architecture (BIA) and Diploma in Interior Design (DID) students. The beneficiaries of this service will be the community identified by Persatuan Pemulihan Orang-Orang Cacat (PPOC) in Selangor Rumah Insaniah Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah.

The main objective of this programme is to nurture a culture of respect and care towards all members of the community among the more fortunate students of Taylor’s University.

The purpose of this project is to expose students to a real community and work as a team through embarking a series of community works;

1) Enhancing their one-and-only classroom for daily learning class, and

2) Creating ‘Fun Learning Aids Material’ as part of their activity to support communities of Learning Disabilities specifically.



Task 1: Classroom Enhancement
    1. Planning of wall paints with mural wall design and on-site painting
    2. Furniture repairs / fixing and painting.
    3. Fixing new curtains & provide new wall-hung clock.
Task 2: Creating ‘Fun Learning Aids Material’
  1. Planning of the design and materials used in creating the mobile learning aids.
  2. Planning of the design and materials used in creating the fun-fixed learning aids onto the classroom wall