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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Interior Architecture (IA)
Beginning Sketching for Designers
Beginning Sketching
Fall 2017
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Studio Course
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Freehand sketching developed and applied as a tool in all phases of the creative design process.
At the completion of this course, the student’s full participation will enable them to:
1. Identify and define the terms used to describe ways a building/interior can be viewed in Two Dimensions (2D) and Three Dimensions (3D). For example: Plan, Section, Elevation, Axonometric and Perspectives. Explain how different drawing types and media are used to communicate ideas and provide construction information.
2. Demonstrate aptitude by applying industry standard drawing conventions (line weights, lettering, dimensioning, etc.) to individual work.
3. Generate a formal graphic presentation that illustrates an original idea in a clear and concise manner.
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