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INT - Interior Design
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INT - Interior Design
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An introduction to, and overview of, large-scale systems used in and affecting the design of building interiors. The operation and impacts of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment on building space and layout are emphasized. Additional topics include the design of plumbing and waste systems as they affect building planning and the design of related spaces (including kitchens and bathrooms) and the use and design requirements for vertical transportation in building interiors.
- BUILDING & INTERIOR SYSTEMS I(3.00)
Prerequisites: AD 111, AD 112. Co/prerequisite: AD 150. Corequisite: INT 221. A hands-on studio based introduction to the basic principles and elements of design for interior design students. Emphasis on design methods using multiple media, manipulating form and space. Course includes lectures, readings, analytical exercises, and (primarily three-dimensional) design projects.
- INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO I(4.00)
Prerequisites: AD 111, AD 112, AD 150 or Arch 334, AD 161, AD 162 and Arch 251. The study of materials, products, and assemblies used in interior design. The course covers code requirements and life safety, specification, installation, performance of materials (including fabrics and textiles), and sustainability of material selection and utilization. Also covered are the impacts of materials utilization on health and interior environmental quality.
- METHODS AND MATERIALS(3.00)
Prerequisite: AD 161 and AD 162 or equivalent; or Arch 251, 252 and 381. Survey course studying the history and characteristics of furniture design from antiquity to the present day. Study of social and design forces influencing furniture. Students will analyze furniture in terms of style, aesthetic intent, construction and materials, ergonomics, universal/barrier-free accessibility, sustainability, and technology. Major stylistic movements will be discussed.
- HISTORY OF FURNITURE(3.00)
Prerequisites: INT 222, INT 264. CO/Prerequisites: INT 221, INT 321, INT 350. Design studio focusing on residential design. The course includes a study of the relationship of human behavior to design emphasizing dwelling, security, comfort, and home. The correlation between furniture use and selection and residential space is explored. Variables studied include aesthetics and design organization, as well as the link between residential design and interior systems like lighting and plumbing.
- INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO III(5.00)
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