CID 6110. Materials, Methods, and Finishes. 3 Credits.
This course surveys the major materials available to designers and architects, including their structure, properties, potential expressive qualities, and their use. Students learn how to integrate materials into the design and construction of interior spaces. The course familiarizes students with the selection of appropriate materials for various uses based on function, aesthetics, safety, comfort, and maintenance. During the course of this class, students will gain an understanding of construction documents including both drawings and specifications. At times this course may be cross-tallied at the graduate level as CID 6110. Additional work required for graduate level credit is outlined in the course syllabus. This course is only offered during the Fall semester. Prerequisite: CID 1000 Introduction to Interior Design. It is also recommended that CID 3050 Autocad I or CID 6060 Revit I is completed prior to enrolling in this course.