This course builds on previous studio courses to provide students the opportunity to design residential interior spaces beyond the kitchen and bath. Students will explore social areas such as entries, staircases, dens/offices, living rooms, family rooms, bars, media and games rooms. This course has an emphasis on volume development - students will explore, design and detail advanced ceiling configurations, staircase tread and handrail options as well as incorporate level changes into a residential space. Project considerations related to design and construction for various types of fireplaces will be explored. Students will develop a detailed client program to apply innovative and critical thinking to respond to human factors, functional and aesthetic considerations. Students will also gain practice and critique in furniture, window coverings and lighting fixture selection in addition to staging with art and accessories. Students will create working drawings and specifications aligning with NKBA documentation standards, and will present their design solutions through formal presentations.
Mandatory Prerequisites: 70% in COMM 1120 65% in INTD 2500 65% in INTR 3100 65% in INTR 3150 65% in INTR 3160 No class Saturday, October 12th - Thanksgiving weekend No class Saturday, November 9th – Remembrance Day weekend If you wish to be placed on the INTD Department maintained wait-list for this Course, please email [email protected] with the following information: Your Name, Student Number, Course Number, and CRN.
This section is only available for registration starting Wed, May 29 at 9:00 am (PDT)
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Evaluate client needs and prepare a program for design for social spaces.
Apply an advanced understanding of design theory principles into the development of creative social spaces for residential environments.
Incorporate design and construction considerations for entries, dens/offices, living rooms, family rooms, bars, media and games rooms.
Apply components of universal design, accessibility, anthropometrics and proxemics to social space design.
Identify code requirements and life safety factors for consideration in creating level changes and the design of staircases.
Create innovative design solutions for architectural elements such as fireplaces, stair assemblies and ceiling configurations for a residential space.
Identify electrical and fixture requirements when designing for the integration of stereo/TV components into millwork.
Develop a furniture, window coverings and accessories design and specification package for a residential project.
Generate a set of construction drawings and specifications.
Explore trends in the design of exterior social spaces such as patios, balconies, decks and pool areas.
Justify design solutions through written and verbal communication.
Effective as of Winter 2016
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