Jun 10, 2023
INTD 2001 - Residential Studio I Credits: 3
Hours/Week: Lecture None Lab None
Course Description: This course builds on INTD 1020 - Interior Design Presentation Skills I . Students prepare a full set of working drawings to design a residential space and incorporates order processing, client invoicing, writing purchase orders, and reviewing vendor acknowledgements. This more advanced course is designed to enhance students’ estimating and drafting skills and refine their written, verbal, and visual communication skills when working with clients and contractors.
Prerequisite(s): INTD 1020 and INTD 1040 with grades of C or higher.
Recommendation: INTD 1030
- design concept statement
- design program
- hand draft floor plans
- space planning bubble and block diagrams
- set of working drawings: existing conditions, demolition plan, new construction plan, materials plan, elevations, furniture plan, design details, sections and specifications
- furniture and finish - writing specifications
- purchase orders and client invoices
- presentation boards
- final project presentations to the class
- work to be submitted for interior design portfolio 17 x 22
At the end of this course students will be able to:
- write a design concept statement.
- draft bubble and block diagrams.
- draft a set of plans for existing conditions, demolition, new construction, materials, and elevations.
- source furniture, fabric, fixtures, and finishes.
- write specifications for contractors.
- estimate cost of finish materials.
- write purchase orders and client invoices for a complete project.
- design a presentation board for client presentations.
- compile a set of drawings for a portfolio.
- interpret a program to design a residential space.
Competency 1 (1-6)
Competency 2 (7-10)
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