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CCE 1588 : Introduction to Interior Design Concepts for Nonprofessionals
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Corcoran Continuing Education (CCE)
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Long Course Title
Introduction to Interior Design Concepts for Nonprofessionals
Short Course Title
Intro Interior Design Non-Prof
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Non-Degree Students only
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Program Fee: $400
Lab Fee: $65
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This course is geared toward the nonprofessional design enthusiast who wants to gain a deeper understanding of interior design. The course covers interior design concepts and topics such as drafting to scale by hand, color and material systems, furniture, space planning, site development, lighting, and sustainability. Students undertake a design project, which involves applying these concepts to a small home's interior and exterior and presenting the results to their peers. Appropriate for those students who are looking to stimulate their love of design in a more structured way, take on future renovation projects, and engage with designers and architects on a higher level.
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