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IAD 2200 : Studio 1
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Programs referencing this course
IAD-BFA: Interior Architecture and Design
INTD-BFA: Interior Architecture and Design
Other Courses referencing this course
In The Catalog Prerequisites:
IAD 3300 : Studio 2
IAD 3304 : Interior Materials
IAD 3304W : Interior Materials
IAD 3305 : Graphic Communications
As A Banner Equivalent:
IAD 2205W : Interior Materials
IAD 2210 : Sketching Architecture and Interiors
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Number of Credits
Default Grading Method
Major: 1206 - Interior Architecture and Design, Level: 01-Undergraduate
Repeatable for Credit?
IAD 6200 - Studio I
Frequency of Offering
Are there Course Equivalents?
IAD 6200 - Studio I
Are Fees Applicable?
Explanation and Description of Fees
Are Additional Resources Required?
Explanation of Additional Resources
Textbooks required as well as materials such as but not limited to: drafting board, triangles, scale, rulers, pencils, pens, drafting tape, as well as printing costs.
Justification for Additional Resources
Part of the toolkit necessary for class that will carry into their professional life. Students pay for printing costs on campus.
Describe any Sources of Additional Funding
Introduction to the design process through consideration of the theory and application of design principles and elements to specific studies of the built environment.
At the completion of this course, the student’s full participation will enable them to: a) understand the principles and elements of design b) develop an appreciation of design and how it relates to a variety of aspects in life c) apply the principles and elements of design in two and three dimensions d) develop a basic design concept for a project e) construct two and three dimensional projects to communicate design issues to others f) utilize a strategic process for designing g) understand light, edge, plane, volume, void and texture in two and three dimensions h) begin to engage in critical discourse of design work
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STUDIO 1 IAD 2200 - Syllabus.pdf
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