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IAD 4500 : Studio 4
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IAD-BFA: Interior Architecture and Design
INTD-BFA: Interior Architecture and Design
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In The Catalog Prerequisites:
IAD 4600 : Studio 5
IAD 4605 : Professional Practice
IAD 4605W : Professional Practice
IAD 4610 : Structures and Building Systems
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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IAD 6500 - Studio 4
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Continuation and refinement of the design process to further advance conceptual thinking for development of larger-scaled and more complex design problems.
After completing this course, the students’ full participation will enable them to: a) understand the principles and elements of design and apply them to two and three dimensional challenges b) develop an appreciation of design and how it relates to a variety of aspects of human life c) utilize the design process to complex design problems d) apply current research and reference historical precedents to inform their design e) understand the relationship of space and form f) apply and control color and light in interior spaces g) complete complex design solutions individually and in teams h) utilize various global and social theories in their designs i) express their concepts and ideas successfully with a variety of communication techniques
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