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Introduction to Interior Design II

DESIGN 3152: Introduction to Interior Design II

The study of the relationship between the user and spatial form, function and material within the context of Interior Design.
Credit Hours

Prerequisite: Admission to Bachelor of Science in Design - Interior Design program; or permission of instructor.




Through a series of projects that build upon each other and culminate in a midterm and final comprehensive project, students will demonstrate their comprehension and applications of the following:
  1. The ability to develop a design concept with clear emotional and functional intentions
  2. Implement the design concept through various explorations resulting in compelling final design intent
  3. Comprehend basic design principles and implement those through spatial origination of the project’s specified program: 4 Introductory knowledge of interior material, finish selections, and furnishings and how to implement within the context of the design project
  4. User-based design for commercial spaces

Course Materials

  • Students use a variety of materials in this course
  • Alternative materials may be explored or needed on a per project basis as you explore your ideas
  • Be creative and responsible (share, recycle etc.)
  • Plan ahead when ordering online

Course Organization

This is a 3 credit hour course that meets in person twice a week for 2:40 each day

Sample Coursework

Type of work students can expect:
  • Readings, in class discussions, and field trips
  • Professional guest lectures and design based projects

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