Sep 25, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ID 253 - Residential Design

4 Cr. Hrs.
An intermediate level study of space planning for Residential Design and documentation approached by completing projects utilizing the design process: programming, schematic development, design development, contract documentation, and contract administration. A gradual increase in complexity of design problems reinforces research, design concept processes, functional and spatial analysis, human factors, code requirements, color theory for interiors; universal design; selection of furniture, textiles, finish selections and lighting for residential interiors. Custom design detailing of cabinetry for Kitchen and Bath, case pieces and flooring are highlighted. Projects generated include a refinement of space planning resulting in a set of construction documents. Furniture, finishes, textiles, custom design detailing and product resources are presented in professional graphic formats with materials boards. Drafting, sketching, rendering techniques, as well as computer applications are reinforced through floor plans, elevations rendered perspectives, reflected ceiling plans and models used in professional project presentations. A job book documents specifications and product knowledge for all FFE, lighting and textiles. This course has a studio component and meets a total of 8 hours per week.
Prerequisite(s):  ID 101 , ID 151 , ID 152 , ID 251 , ID 252 .