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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
IAD (IAD)
IAD
3300
Studio 2
Studio 2
Fall 2015
6
Course Type
Lecture
Studio Course
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade
majors only
No
No
IAD 2200
Corequisites

14

Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
IAD 6300 - Studio 2
No
Fee Type


No


All phases of design, beginning with development of a concept through producing a complete presentation. How a project evolves from program requirements to a creative and functional interior.
At the end of this course students should be able to: - Develop an individual aesthetic, a creative point of view, and a conceptual program for each project. - Understand the design process from programming to a functional interior space. - Understand the pre-design phase as an important research and information-collecting part of the project. - Research historical references and contemporary precedents for each project. - Understand universal design as it pertains to interior space. - Interpret codes and how they relate to individual studio projects. - Comprehend the principles of space planning and solve programming requirements to fit the intended space. - Describe FF&E with an emphasis on innovative, cutting-edge materials and construction. - Understand how to create and organize schedules and specifications to accompany design drawings. - Create an architectural interior that addresses user needs and meets client requirements. - Create an architectural interior that pushes the boundaries of creativity through design exploration. - Illustrate concept and design of projects verbally, through oral presentations and critiques. - Illustrate concept and design of projects visually, using 2 and 3-dimensional drawing techniques. - Discover contemporary century interior design and architects. - Understand adaptive reuse within historic buildings (one project to be located in Washington, DC. - Analyze architectural drawings and construction documents of historic buildings. - Begin to understand structural systems in relation to adaptive reuse, and vertical circulation systems
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