INT 110 - Interior Design Studio I
This studio course requires the student to become well acquainted with the designed physical environment. Practical, aesthetic, and psychological aspects of the built environment are addressed. Conceptualizing space through use of orthographic rendering to scale is stressed. Visual presentation techniques are introduced. The design vocabulary is applied to interior spaces. The design projects emphasize affordable residential solutions and sustainable design.
Prerequisites: ART 105 Introduction to Two-Dimensional Design, CIV 159 Architectural Drafting w/CAD, or CIV 119 Architectural Drawing w/CAD
2 Class Hours, 4 Studio Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Apply the fundamental language of design to the process of building interior space within a specific environmental context.
2. Identify and utilize the basic steps of creating successful design including initial research, design development, and presentation to client.
3. Analyze and balance practical versus aesthetic elements enabling students to obtain clarity, creating an optimal interior for specialized use.
4. Demonstrate an intuitive sense towards design solutions, meaning learning to see the end result of their efforts in their minds, before actual execution.
5. Discuss and explain design ideas in a clear and coherent manner to peers and professionals.
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