Feb 21, 2024
INDES 171 - Interior Design Studio I
Students apply the fundamental elements and principles of design to define and organize space and form in two and three dimensions. Through a series of creative exercises, students apply basic spatial design theories and abstract concepts, and learn how to use architectural design tools, techniques, and graphic standards for effective visual communication in the design process.
Prerequisite(s): INDES 140 with a C- (1.7) or better.
- Apply and discuss the elements and principles of design to shape space and form in two- and three-dimensional media.
- Use the design process to explore spatial configurations that express abstract concepts and design intent in visual and volumetric form.
- Create conceptual sketches and study models of design solutions using freehand drawing and hand-built modeling techniques.
- Create orthographic scale drawings using precision drafting tools to accurately represent spatial solutions with appropriate graphic standards.
- Visually and verbally communicate design ideas using drawings, models, and appropriate terminology.
GenEd Outcomes: Communication
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