IDES 221 - Interior Design: Residential
To develop the student’s concepts and ideas by designing the interior spaces of an apartment and house. Analysis of aesthetics of style, function, and space culminating in finished perspective rendering in color, floor plan, sample boards, and cost estimates. PREREQUISITE(S): IDES 111 and IDES 116 . Two hours lecture/discussion, four hours studio each week Formerly ID 221.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Research a furniture style or period and use the information for a project.
- Use the design process as coordinates with design development.
- Create presentation boards that accurately convey the style or concept of a project.
- Experience the Charente process and will be able to use the process to devise design solutions to solve real problems.
- Utilize vendors/manufacturer’s representatives during their projects.
- Demonstrate an understanding of purchasing process and purchasing forms.
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