INDES 170 Interior Design I: Methods • 5 Cr.
Introduces fundamental concepts and methods for planning, organizing, and arranging spaces in the interior environment. Students examine space in terms of human needs, activities, and priorities and apply design processes to making the best functional and aesthetic use of space. Prerequisite: ART 112 and INDES 140 and INDES 160 with a C- or better or entry code.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- CDefine Interior Design, the role of an Interior Designer and the responsibility in designing the built environment.
- Identify the Elements and Principles of Design
- Demonstrate the ability to apply and manipulate the elements and principles to create successfully designed spaces by using the Process of Design
- Demonstrate the ability to design spaces for the diversity of human needs
- Define and apply Universal and Accessible Design Concepts, for example, demonstrate the ability to design spaces for people of all abilities.
- Draft a space plan using correct architectural graphics to communicate the design intent.
- Build a model to communicate the design intent.