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Advanced Interior Design
Prerequisite: Interior Design I & II
Core Standards of the Course
Interior Design Careers: Interior Designer/Entrepreneur, Lighting Designer, Kitchen and Bath Designer, Hospitality Designer, Healthcare Designer, Aging-in-Place Specialist, Staging Designer, Retail Designer, Institutional Designer, Set and Stage Designer, Retail Sales/ Purchasing Agent.
Review the meaning of "form follows function"- the form should reflect its intended use and fulfill its intended purpose. The first priority in a design is its function, which dictates the shape or form of a design. Example: a chair will be stripped of embellishment or decorative design and will fulfill only the needs of its function.
Students will identify the programming phase (research and decision making process that identifies the scope of the work to be designed) of the design process. "Programming is problem seeking, design is problem solving."-William Peña
*See Advanced Interior Design (pdf) for illustration
Use proxemics (the amount of space that people feel comfortable between themselves and others) and anthropometrics (the scientific study of measurements and proportions of the human body) for proper furniture arrangement.
Explore and analyze a current design software App or program related to the interior design industry (Google SketchUp, Homestyler, Revit, Auto CAD 360, Moodboard, Measures, Home Design, and Olioboard).
Performance Objective #3
Using the client profile and space plan or FCCLA Interior Design STAR Event Scenario, demonstrate one or more of the following visual presentation techniques: floor plan, furniture plan, rendering, elevation, drafting or sketching.
Identify the commercial and residential textile standards (UFAC Upholstered Furniture Action Council, ACT Association for Contract Textiles). Include terminology: colorfastness to light, flammability, physical properties, wet and dry crocking and abrasion
Identify and review lighting terminology (lumens, foot candle, kelvin, (CRI) color rendering index, luminaire, lamp, (LED) Light Emitting Diode, halogen, fluorescent, incandescent, (HID) High Intensity Discharge)
Determine the basic amount and location of light needed for various spaces based on aesthetics, economics, and safety. (https://www.americanlightingassoc.com/Lighting-Fundamentals/3-Types-of-Lighting.aspx)
Identify the Seven Principles of Universal Design: Equitable Use, Flexibility in Use, Simple and Intuitive, Perceptible Information, Tolerance for Error, Low Physical Effort, Size and Space for Approach and Use.
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