Presentation (INTD 1370)
This course investigates both the tools and the many ways used by designers to illustrate and communicate Interior design concepts. The focus is upon the graphic presentation of concepts that meet the authentic needs of the client. Individual sessions will include lectures, demonstrations of techniques, collaborative learning and in-class assignments relating to the topic of instruction. Students will analyze, appraise and assemble professional presentation boards and massing models to present to an acting client. Communicative strategies will include both graphic presentation of ideas and concepts and professional, ethical and positive oral presentations. Students will develop a portfolio of hand drawn and coloured renderings using industry techniques to render materials and finishes and will be exposed to the capabilities of new and emerging sketching software.
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