IDES 107 - Interiors: Design Principles
(R only) CE
Introduces design elements, including color, space, texture, line, lighting, sound, and form in two- and three-dimensional spaces. Topics include principles and design theory, as related to environmental applications. Two-dimensional studies include applications in elevations and plans; three-dimensional studies include applications in interiors models. Two hours lecture/discussion, four hours studio each week. Formerly ID 103.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Identify various color harmonies.
- Identify the elements and principles of design.
- Analyze the effect of line, shape, color, texture and form on the interior environment.
- Develop the ability to create a wide range of paint colors by mixing the three primary colors.
- Utilize design elements and principles concepts to create design solutions.
- Identify and utilize various depth techniques to create a three dimensional effect in a two dimensional work of art.
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