An introduction to working with a manufacturer, craftsperson, or product representative to produce a custom product. The product may be a drawing or a model or other method of presentation. Possible field trip. PREREQUISITE(S):IDES 101 or IDES 110 or consent of interior design coordinator.Assessment Level(s):AELW 940/ENGL 002, MATH 093/MATH 096, AELR 930/READ 099.One hour lecture, one hour laboratory studio each week.Formerly ID 254.
1 semester hour
Course Outcomes: Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
Describe the process of furniture production.
Research material capabilities and use.
Convert the client’s requirements into functional furniture designs.
Use design principles to create furniture designs.
Prepare drawings and/or models to use for pricing and to sale their designs.