INT 210 - Interior Design Studio II
Two complex interior projects are assigned. At least one of the projects makes use of an existing space. Students develop and present the projects through the process of conceptualizing space, drawing schematics and perspectives, rendering in scale, and creating material boards. AutoCAD in combination with hand drawing will be used. A full client presentation is made for each project using graphics, oral, and writing skills. The assigned projects are excellent for inclusion in portfolio for transfer or job application.
Prerequisites: ART 105 Introduction to Two-Dimensional Design; CIV 105 Introductory to AutoCAD; CIV 159 Architectural Drafting I w/CAD or CIV 119 Architectural Drawing w/CAD; ART 111 History of Decorative Arts: 1600-present or ART 113 History of Modern Design; INT 120 Surface Materials for the Interior or permission of instructor.
2 Class Hours, 4 Studio Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Develop a sense of responsibility towards the satisfaction of their client and the integrity of their own design work.
2. Understand the importance of time management and meeting deadlines under less than optimal conditions.
3. Strengthen their communication skills and learn to work with clients and other professionals enabling them to recognize the importance of team effort.
4. Solve design problems transforming design theory into practical application.
5. Develop a sensitive and critical eye strengthening their ability to suggest appropriate and inappropriate design solutions to clients therefore improving the human environment.
6. Understand how to achieve a high level of self-sufficiency in the profession of Interior Design through self-motivation, self-discipline, organizational and research skills, negotiating skills, and decision-making skills.
7. Produce tangible products in the form of presentation documents.
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