Students will apply the knowledge, concepts, skills and techniques learned in all previous courses to generate a creative solution to a design project that supports human behavior within the interior environment. This self-directed course develops a project at a conceptual level. Through comprehensive research students will provide documentation, and critical analysis to formulate conceptual solutions that demonstrate a thorough understanding of the design process. The design solution will provide accessibility, functionality, sustainability, design aesthetics and code compliancy throughout. Individual research through various media, exploration of concepts and analysis will provide the base for their conceptual designs.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Journalize, sketch and document research data, to appropriately respond to the design program
- Articulate a design concept to communicate design direction
- Analyze and evaluate research gathered through various media.
- Generate a conceptual design solution for initial client presentation.
- Provide a design solution addressing human factors and regenerative design thinking within the built environment.
- Create a graphic presentation of design ideas in a poster format.
Effective as of Fall 2020
Commercial Directed Studies Project (INTD 4550) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Construction and the Environment
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