IDES 101 - Interior Design I
(R only) CE
An introduction to the relationship of people to their environment and the design process necessary to create functional aesthetic interior space. The study of design theory using conceptual problem-solving methods. Emphasis on the basic elements and principles of design and use of drafting instruments required to translate design concepts into completed projects. Two hours lecture, four hours studio each week. Formerly ID 101.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Create client projects using the elements and principles of design.
- Demonstrate an understanding at a basic level, how color, furniture, textiles and lighting are used in designing interiors.
- Use scale to draft at a basic level.
- Execute simple perspective and isometric drawings using a grid provided by the instructor.
- Mount drawings, fabric and samples and use these to design aesthetically pleasing presentation boards.
- Color render drawings using colored pencils and simple techniques.
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