INTERIOR DESIGN I
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AIM OF THE COURSE
This foundations class exposes students to interior design as a profession utilizing new skills and knowledge. It introduces the application of principles, elements, processes and vocabulary of Interior Design
Interior design 1 is planned to prepare students to understand the basics of designing spaces, exploring design concept and good perception of three dimensional ideas.
Students develop a basic understanding of the design process, design decision making and the factors that influence design solutions.
After completing this course, students should be able to:
- State the goals of an interior designer
- The principles of circulation
- State and apply the process of design
- Demonstrate their knowledge of the vocabulary of interior design
- Apply the elements of design to analyze and solve interior design issues
- Select appropriate materials for backgrounds for function and aesthetic values
- State and apply the fundamental concepts for space planning and the arrangement of furniture
- Select appropriate furnishings in regards to construction and style
- Class lectures and demonstrations including critiques, team work, and presentations it allows students to work in groups or by themselves and allows them to come up with ideas and realistic solutions or presentations.
- Critical thinking and problem solving are inherent to the design studio and are required for success. Students will be encouraged to participate in group discussions and critiques as time allows.
- Students are assigned reading and research projects that require use of the computer and library resources as well as field study, observation, and preparation for design projects
- CAD representation of design solutions and Free hand perspective views.
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