Residential Design (INTD 1355)
Through guided discussion, research and drawing students will produce plans for a complete home (from kitchen through utility room to home office), This course will touch upon all aspects of Residential Interior Design. Students will apply learned skills from drafting, design theory and research to examine all areas of a complete residence. From identifying structural elements of wood frame and concrete construction to producing plans, elevations and perspectives of a complete residence, students will be challenged to: evaluate client requirements; create furniture plans, block, and bubble diagrams; complete specification binders and materials boards; and to explain programming documents.
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