INT 201

Interior Design I

A study of space and its use in interior design through the application of the elements and principles of design. This course is taught in a combined "Vertical Studio" collaborative environment with and alongside students from ARC171, ARC172 and INT202 (architecture students and advanced interior design students) in order to be able to learn from other students' efforts, share ideas, and learn how to work as a team.

Carlos Concepcion, Instructor

Prerequisite: ARC171

Text: Ching, Francis. Interior Design, Illustrated.

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Course Outline:

Space, Function, Focal Point,
Circulation, Transition
Color Schemes
Arranging the Elements
Selecting Finishes and Accessories
Presentation Issues

Defining Space, Transitional Space
Space Analysis, Circulation,
Focal Points and Sequences
Color Schemes and Psychology
Furniture Systems and Selection Product Sources
Selecting Finishes Lighting
Ordering Procedures
Presentation Issues
Portfolio Preparation