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Interior Design I
This course enables students to explore their creativity in the field of interior design. Identification of the elements and principles of design are emphasized. Other topics included are furniture arrangement basics, floor plan evaluation, area planning and careers. This course will strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. FCCLA may be an integral part of this course.
Students will demonstrate professional design presentation techniques.
Students will identify the two basic types of design.
Standard 2: Identify decorative design - applied ornamentation to an object, can be separated without destroying the object
Students will identify and explain the basic elements of design or "tools" used to create a design: line, shape, form, space, texture, pattern, and color. (STEM: Math, Science)
Performance Objective 3: Present visual examples of the elements of design and explain each concept in writing. (STEM: Math, Science, Technology)
Elements of Design Picture Assignment
Elements Of Design Pic Assignment
Elements Principles Design Project
Identify the terms associated with the color wheel and the major color schemes. (STEM: Math, Science)
Standard 2: Identify and explain the use of warm and cool colors on the color wheel.
Performance Objective 4: Create a color wheel identifying primary, secondary, and tertiary-colors
Color Wheel Assignment
Color Wheel Assignment Rubric
Color Wheel Images
Color Wheel Strategies
Color Wheel Template
Performance Objective 5: Create tints, tones and shades
Performance Objective 6: Create or present visual examples of major color schemes.
Students will identify and explain the basic principles of design or the "rules"/guidelines of design: scale, proportion, balance, rhythm, emphasis/focal point and harmony. (STEM: Math, Science)
Standard 1: Identify and explain the basic principles of design
Clips for Teaching Scale
Harmony and Balance Ideas
Harmony Quilt Block
Home Design Rubric
Ratio Worksheet Key
Scale and Proportion Power Point
Students will explain the design and function of interior space.
Standard 2: Identify and label common floor plan symbols - characters used to represent architectural, electrical, and plumbing features on a floor plan.
Evaluating Floor Plans and Furniture Arrangement Assignment
Evaluating Floor Plans Note Taking Guide
Performance Objective 9: Identify and label common floor plan symbols
Performance Objective 10: Using a floor plan, create a furniture arrangement incorporating principles and elements of design and space planning.
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