INDES 172 Interior Design Studio II • 5 Cr.
Introduces graphic tools, techniques, and conventions used for effective visual communication in design. Students apply theory as they develop skills in architectural drafting, lettering, and basic perspective drawing. Prerequisite: INDES 171 with a C- or better.
Description starting Summer 2021
Continued development of skills and design processes introduced in INDES 171 Interior Design Studio 2. Students apply design processes and theories to basic interior design projects, as they learn additional graphic tools, techniques, and standards for effective design communication. Prerequisite: INDES 171 with a C- (1.7) or better.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO 172- OUTCOMES Successfully employ the elements and principles of Design. Demonstrate the ability to both define and organize space and form. Have learning experiences that encourage them to think visually and volumetrically. Demonstrate competent spatial design skills. Understand the reasons for learning visual communication skills and conventions, (lettering, line weights) and their application to interior design and related professions. Demonstrate the ability to draft an accurate plan, section and elevation. Demonstrate the ability to produce freehand drawings using line weights, thickness, opacity, and precision to present space plans, elevations, and other conceptual sketches. Demonstrate the ability to produce three-dimensional models both in digital and physical form. Demonstrate the ability to define form and space by manipulating two and three-dimensional drawings and physical models.