IDES 222 - Interior Design: Commercial/Contract
The design and planning of public interiors and commercial spaces such as offices, stores and/or showrooms. Students learn to analyze and organize the elements of interior design and cost estimates, including the role of function and structure in space planning and lighting. Focus is on interiors systems, technical project presentations, codes, and teamwork. PREREQUISITE(S): IDES 111 , IDES 116 , IDES 120 or ARCH 183 . Two hours lecture, four hours studio each week. Formerly ID 222.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Use basic knowledge of the language and relationships necessary to practice commercial interior design.
- Use basic knowledge of the evolution of the office environment.
- Demonstrate an understanding of corporate business social, behavioral, technical, work process influencers and their impact on commercial spaces
- Relate the interior design process and interior design theory to the development of various commercial projects.
- Demonstrate an understanding of building codes and accessibility guidelines and how they apply to commercial interiors.
- Identify the furnishings, finishes and equipment (FFE) used in commercial spaces.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship of 2- dimensional to 3-dimenshional space.
- Develop professional quality visual and verbal presentations skills.
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