Interior Design Technology I

DESIGN 3552: Interior Design Technology I

Principles of contract documentation, laws, ethics, codes, standards, guidelines and sustainable practices within the context of Interior Design.
Credit Hours
3

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

Overview

Investigation of issues and inquiry into topics of relevance to design; group discussions and analysis of events, processes, manifestations and procedures. Principles of contract documentation, laws, ethics, codes, standards, guidelines and sustainable practices within the context of Interior Design. This course works in conjunction with the design 3152 studio and 3450 to establish core visualization skills for interior design
 


Objectives

The primary objective for this course is to demonstrate:
  • Familiarity with effective design processes to understand complex problems as a system of interconnected issues (CIDA standards 8a, c, f, g)
  • Design and specification of a broad range of appropriate products, materials, furniture, fixtures, equipment, and elements in support of the design intent (CIDA standards 13e)
  • Understanding that design decisions relating to acoustics, thermal comfort, and indoor air quality impact human well-being and the environment (CIDA standards 14a-i)
     

Required Materials/Tools 

  • REVIT
     

Course Organization

This is a 3 credit hour course that meets twice a week
 

Sample Coursework

Students can expect:
  • Combination of asynchronous and synchronous modes
  • Mini lectures and seminars
  • Class participation necessary

Semester(s) Offered:

Spring

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