This course will examine the interior built environment as it relates to human physical and psychological needs. Sustainable principles embodied by WELL, LEED, Cradle to Cradle philosophy, Living Building Challenge (LBC), Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) and other environmental methodologies, as related to interior design.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to:
- Analyse the principles of anthropometrics, ergonomics, and proxemics for interior commercial spaces.
- Identify sustainable design strategies as outlined by building performance criteria such as WELL, LEED, C2C, and Living Building Challenge (LBC).
- Explore sustainable paradigms such as Regenerative Design and Biomimicry.
- Discuss global environmental issues affecting decision making.
- Identify environmental factors that impact indoor air quality.
- Engage in responsible decision-making with consideration for current and future generations.
Effective as of Fall 2020
Human and Environmental Factors (INTD 4110) is offered as a part of the following programs:
School of Construction and the Environment
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