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    Anderson University
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog

ID 453 - Contract Design II

4 Cr. Hrs.
A continued discussion and application of non-residential spaces and the special requirements to be considered in the specialty fields of Hospitality/Resort/ Spa / Recreation/Restaurant, Retail, and large mixed-use commercial spaces. . Projects are approached emphasizing the design process with research on sustainable design through design concept, programming, schematic development, design development, contract documentation, contract administration and evaluation. Additional focus on building codes, universal design, way finding, security issues, signage, fire suppression and fire detection are highlighted. Students will complete in-depth presentations including project analysis, programming, concept statements, custom interior detailing, integration of building systems, lighting, interior finishes, textiles, and color, sustainable materials, specifications, construction documents (partition plan, power and communications, reflected ceiling plan, elevations, finish plan, details, furniture plan); and sample boards. Project management and professional discipline are reinforced by the complexity of project requirements. Business forms generated in ID 451 are completed to document supporting business practices. Final Project will demonstrate the advanced design experience, which results in the design of a project of student’s choice from one of the specialty interior environments of complex scope and scale to meet the needs of specific clients. Students may work in teams. Full-scale graphic solutions are developed for the selected design problem based on research and documentation. This project highlights the advanced skills of the senior interior design student: programming, conceptual and schematic development, spatial development, universal design and sustainability issues, lighting, furniture, fixtures equipment, construction documents (partition plan, power and communications, reflected ceiling plan, elevations, finish plan, details, furniture plan) product knowledge, materials and finish selections, sample boards and formal oral and graphic presentation skills.
Prerequisite(s):  ID 101 , 151 , 152 , 251 , 252 , 253 , 254 , 255 , 350 , 351 , 352 , 353 , 354 , 451 , 452 .