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Intermediate Interior Design II

DESIGN 4152: Intermediate Interior Design II

Principles of order, spatial sequence and connectivity; the study of medium size space organization and interior and exterior design correlations.
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, students will demonstrate their comprehension and applications of the following:
  1. Objectively analyze, discuss, and assess the validity / process inherent in the design problems and the resultant design solutions inherent in a complex health care prototype
  2. Master skills associated with articulation design through concisely worded and presented verbal, graphic, and written communication
  3. Use design language to portray principles and relationships of the human environment coincident with the built environment including human factors and human behavior
  4. Apply the components of interior design in two and three-dimensional design elements including understanding space allocation and volumes which include custom elements since as case goods and furnishings, lighting, graphics, signage, equipment, and accessories
  5. Connect by integration of artistic talent in concept development, selections, design examples, familiarity with historic and contemporary practice
  6. Develop skills in problem seeking and critical thinking
  7. Assume practice risk and creativity by developing new and innovative ways of solving design problems
  8. Understand how design and designers can positively impact and influence the environmental conditions of both the natural and physical world

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
  • All project deadlines must be met, and late delivery of materials or last-minute shopping is not valid as an excuse for late work

Course Organization

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

Sample Coursework

Students can expect:
  • Readings, in class discussions, and field trips
  • Design based projects

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