Interior Design 140
Introduction to Interior Design
Fall Quarter 2005, M/W
Instructor: Julie Munroe
Office Hours: By Appointment
Description: This course meets Mondays and Wednesdays from . Class sessions will include lectures, discussions, slide presentations, and lab time. The course work combines exercises, projects, quizzes and exams.
Required Text: Interiors: An Introduction, by Nielson and Taylor (3rd Edition)
Module: Introduction to Interior Design (Available at the BCC Bookstore)
PURPOSE OF THIS COURSE
1. To acquaint you with the Interior Design profession and to provide some of the information necessary for becoming and Interior Designer.
2. To help you decide if you want to become and interior designer.
3. To help you understand the relationship of the design fundamentals to the study and the practice of Interior Design.
4. To help you analyze your own design problems.
Upon completion of this basic course the student will be able to:
1. List and explain the goals of an Interior Designer, for example by analyzing situations in terms of meeting the goals of Interior Design.
2. Identify and demonstrate the steps in the design process, for example, the student may demonstrate the application of the process in a project.
3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the vocabulary of Interior Design and utilize the design vocabulary in the student work.
4. Explain and apply the elements and principles of design to analyze and solve Interior Design problems.
5. Define and understand the communication of the design concept.
6. State and apply fundamental concepts for space planning and furniture arrangement.
7. Utilizing the goals of Interior Design, select and analyze the appropriateness of materials for backgrounds, furnishings and lighting.
8. Define and demonstrate an understanding of the diversity of human needs when considering universal, accessible and environmental design in today’s space planning.
1. Conscientious attendance (daily sign-in) and on-time arrival. If you are unable to be in class or have to miss part of class, speak to fellow students and/or borrow notes to learn what you missed. Also, try to let me know if you will be absent. Take the initiative and be resourceful!
2. Assignments completed and turned in on time. No late assignments will be accepted for grading.
3. Participation in class discussions and exercises.
4. Responsiveness. Please let me know, for instance, if you have difficulty understanding a concept or an assignment
5. All students are asked to volunteer 2 hours of clean-up/organization time in the Sample Room lab.
6. Please turn off cellular phones and pagers.
PLEASE READ STUDENT PROCEDURES AND EXPECTATIONS
Read: “Student Info” & “Student Procedures and Expectations”
While I encourage study groups outside of class, please no chatting with one another, regardless of the topic, during class. It is a great temptation to talk during the slide presentations, but it is very distractive for me and the other students in class, so please be considerate.
Grades will be based upon exercises, projects, quizzes, midterm and final exams. There will be no make-up quizzes or exams. Please bring scantrons and #2 pencils to the exams.
90 – 100% = A-, A
80 – 89% = B-, B
70 – 79% = C-, C
60 – 69% = D-, D
1. Folder with interior pockets for turning in assignments. Place your name clearly in the upper right corner.
2. Scissors and x-acto knife with extra blades
3. Metal straight edge (ruler with cork back is the best for these exercises)
4. A variety of strong adhesives (Liquid Nails, Gorilla Glue, spray mount, glue stick)
5. Unlined paper
6. Tracing Paper
8. Black marking pen (not ball point) – fine tip
9. Old design magazines (some available in Sample Room)
10. Miscellaneous materials for exercises (available in Sample Room)
11. Color wheel (BCC Bookstore)
12. Furniture template (BCC Bookstore)
13. Page protectors (approx. 50)
14. 1 ˝” 3-ring binder to compile all your exercises
In the event of bad weather/driving conditions, BCC will announce by radio, TV, etc. any closures.
As a faculty member, I will do my best to make it to class. You are in the best position to assess driving conditions in your area with regard to your own driving skills. Please leave me a message if you are unable to make it to class.
DISABILITY SUPPORT SERVICES
If you require accommodation based on a documented disability, emergency medical information to share, or need special arrangements in case of emergency evacuation, please make an appointment with me as soon as possible. If you would like to inquire about becoming a DSS student you may call
425-564-2498 or go in person
to the DSS (Disability Support Services) reception area in the
IF YOU WANT TO AUDIT THIS COURSE INSTEAD OF TAKING IT FOR CREDIT, COMPLETE THE PROPER FORMS IN THE REGISTRATION OFFICE.
INDES 140 - Introduction to Interior Design
M/W , Classroom B104
Instructor: Julie Munroe, firstname.lastname@example.org
FALL 2005 TENTATIVE CLASS SCHEDULE
WEEK 1 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
Mon. 09/19/05 Introduction & Overview Read Chapter 1
The Interior Design Profession Discuss Ex. #1 (DUE: 11/23)
The Process of Design
Visit Sample Room L115 Discuss Ex. #2 (DUE: 10/10)
WEEK 2 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
WEEK 3 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
(Slides) Discuss Ex. #3 (DUE: 10/17)
Discuss Ex. #4 (DUE: 10/24)
* Bring magazines & scissors to class
WEEK 4 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
(Slides) Read Chapter 10 pgs. 250-253
Read Chapter 11 pgs. 272-290
(Slides) Read Chapter 11 pgs. 290-307
WEEK 5 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
Complete Module Midterm Review
WEEK 6 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
(Slides) Read Chapter 12
Discuss Ex. #5 (DUE: 11/07)
WEEK 7 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
(Slides / Video)
WEEK 8 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
Discuss Ex. #7 (DUE: 11/28)
WEEK 9 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
Storage Discuss Ex. #6 (DUE: 11/21)
(Slides / Video) Read Chapter 5
WEEK 10 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
(Video) Read Chapter 2
Read Chapter 2
WEEK 11 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS
Review for Final Complete Module Final Review
We will begin promptly at
WEEK 12 LECTURES ASSIGNMENTS & EXAMS