Students will work through a hospitality project, applying design theories and processes to create a comprehensive solution that supports human behaviour within the built environment. Students will translate and implement their concept and design development by producing a set of interior construction drawings. Students will research and explore design concepts derived from conceptual and spatial analysis to produce a creative solution that responds to factors such as health, life safety, and welfare, in addition to functional and aesthetic considerations. Students will demonstrate the ability to work through the design process to create innovative design solutions that support conceptual and spatial analysis.
Below is one offering of INTD 4300 for the Winter 2023 term.
Fri Jan 06 - Fri Mar 24 (12 weeks)
- 12 weeks
- CRN 74052
Class meeting times
|Jan 06 - Mar 24||Fri||10:00 - 16:30||Burnaby NE01 Rm. 305|
***Please note*** - Students who do not meet the mandatory prerequisites will be dropped without notice. If you wish to be placed on the INTD Department maintained waitlist for this course, please email INTD_Waitlist@bcit.ca with the following information: Your Name, Student Number, Course Number, and CRN. Please note - waitlist requests are not accepted until after 9:30am on registration day.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Document research data.
- Synthesize information to appropriately respond to the design program.
- Develop a strong design concept, implementing it into all components of the solution in hospitality projects such as bars and/or restaurants.
- Explore designs three- dimensionally through models, sketches or volume studies.
- Verbally present design concepts to effectively communicate design direction.
- Incorporate human factor considerations within a design solution.
- Select sustainable materials and finishes.
- Provide a creative environment which reflects health, life- safety, welfare, accessibility, code compliance and sustainable design.
- Prepare a set of AutoCAD working drawings.
- Prepare a Furniture, Fixture & Equipment (FF&E) plan with FF&E specifications booklet.
Effective as of Fall 2020
Commercial Design Studio B (INTD 4300) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Construction and the Environment
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