This course will introduce students to materials used for millwork and custom furnishings, methods of joinery, hardware types, and different wood species and their characteristics. Students will prepare detailed working drawings for built-in cabinets, freestanding custom furniture and interior detailing. Emphasis will be on detailing millwork for residential interiors. Students will tour a joinery shop such as the IZUNA Bench Work and Joinery Shop, when available, to familiarize themselves with the architectural millwork process.
Mandatory Prerequisites: 50% in COMM 1120, 65% in INTD 1100, 65% in INTD 1150, 65% in INTD 1250, 65% in INTD 1310, and 65% in AICO 1160. If you wish to be placed on the INTD department maintained waitlist for this course, please email [email protected] with the following information: Your name, student number, course number, and CRN. No class on June 5th (Wed) - Department Professional Development Day.
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