INDES 271 Interior Design III • 5 Cr.
Focuses on the problem-solving discipline of the design process and its application to public spaces. Students develop concepts to achieve design goals and apply theoretical knowledge and technical skills to their design solutions as they work on a variety of professionally relevant interior design projects. Studio format. Prerequisite: INDES 270 with a C- or better, or entry code.
Prerequisite: INDES 270 with a C- or better or entry code. Fee: $57.50 computer use.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to develop a design concept. (e.g. through collage, schematics, sketches, models).
- Demonstrate the ability to apply and manipulate the elements and principles of design to achieve specified goals in the designed environment.
- Demonstrate the ability to problem solve through the application of the design process.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply theoretical knowledge and technical skills to concepts and solutions for public spaces.
- Identify ergonomics, anthropometry and proxemics in the development of public space.
- Identify furniture and equipment needs in the development of a public space.
- Explain the use of specific materials according to the specific function, code and creative purposes in the development of public space.
- Identify and apply codes and regulations in the development of public space.
- Demonstrate the ability to develop final design documents (e.g. drafted floor plans, rendering, material boards and models).
- Demonstrate the ability to develop selected design drawings to support the final design (e.g. elevations, reflected ceiling plan, and details).
- Demonstrate the ability to write specifications for furniture, equipment and architectural finishes to support the final design.
- Demonstrate the ability to organize conceptual and final drawings, materials and models to support an oral presentation of the final design.