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.
COMM 2320 Communication 2; INTD 3240* Lighting for Commercial Interiors; INTD 3300 Commercial Studio A; INTD 3320 Materials and Specifications; INTD 3360 Advanced Digital Illustration; INTD 4320 Commercial Construction Drawings; INTD 4360* Building Codes and Barrier Free for Interior Design; INTD 4350* Architectural Millwork Studio; JOIN 4350 Joinery Fundamentals for Interior Design *May be taken concurrently.
Below is one offering of this course for the Fall 2020 term.
Fri Sep 11 - Sat Nov 28 12 Weeks
|Sep 11 - Nov 28||Fri||12:00 - 18:30||BBY Online Delivery|
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Effective as of Fall 2020
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