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IAD 6300 : Studio 2
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Programs referencing this course
IAD-MFA: Interior Architecture and Design
INTD-MFA: Interior Architecture and Design
Other Courses referencing this course
In The Catalog Prerequisites:
IAD 6400 : Studio 3
IAD 6405 : History of Modern Architecture and Design
IAD 6410 : Sustainability/LEED: Architecture and Design
As A Banner Equivalent:
IAD 3300 : Studio 2
IAD 6310 : Digital Drafting & Modeling
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
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Major: 1206 - Interior Architecture and Design, Level: 02- Graduate
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Are Fees Applicable?
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Explanation of Additional Resources
Printing costs as well as costs for project materials.
Justification for Additional Resources
Students pay to print on campus and visual presentation require materials for display.
Describe any Sources of Additional Funding
Applying design fundamentals from Studio 1 to small-scale interior architectural spaces.
At the end of this course students should be able to: o Develop an individual aesthetic, a creative point of view, and a conceptual program for each project. o Understand the design process from programming to a functional interior space. o Understand the pre-design phase as an important research and information-collecting part of the project. o Research historical references and contemporary precedents for each project. o Understand universal design as it pertains to interior space. o Interpret codes and how they relate to individual studio projects. o Comprehend the principles of space planning and solve programming requirements to fit the intended space. o Describe FF&E with an emphasis on innovative, cutting-edge materials and construction. o Understand how to create and organize schedules and specifications to accompany design drawings. o Create an architectural interior that addresses user needs and meets client requirements. o Create an architectural interior that pushes the boundaries of creativity through design exploration. o Illustrate concept and design of projects verbally, through oral presentations and critiques. o Illustrate concept and design of projects visually, using 2 and 3-dimensional drawing techniques. o Discover contemporary century interior design and architects. o Understand adaptive reuse within historic buildings (one project to be located in Washington, DC. o Analyze architectural drawings and construction documents of historic buildings. o Begin to understand structural systems in relation to adaptive reuse, and vertical circulation systems
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MFA IAD 6300 Studio 2.pdf
Explanation of how the course differs from similar GW courses
Course Reviewer Comments
Fri, 20 Mar 2015 02:26:11 GMT
Rollback: Please add CCAS boilerplate to syllabus.
Mon, 23 Mar 2015 17:13:57 GMT
Rollback: Please add CCAS boilerplate (now uploaded under syllabus) to syllabus.
Wed, 27 May 2015 01:54:51 GMT
Rollback: Please choose 3-5 learning outcomes. Also, add CCAS syllabus boilerplate, which includes, for example, sections on Academic Integrity, Support For Students Outside The Classroom, and Security. Consult template attached with syllabus.
Wed, 27 May 2015 15:40:59 GMT