Interior Design 1
Students will explain the design and function of interior space.
Evaluate the components of floor plans (a scale diagram of the arrangement of rooms in a building): (STEM: Math)
Bedroom Floor Plan
This lesson provides students with an introductory experience with drawing floor plans.
This lesson provides students with an opportunity to collaborate in a group setting while determining the specific housing needs of their "clients". Once the needs have been addressed, students will then find a floor plan that meets those needs and create a presentation outlining how the floor plan fits the clients.
Evaluating Floor Plans
This lesson provides students with an introduction to what a floor plan is used for and what a floor plan should include.
Floor Plan Design
This lesson provides students with an opportunity to design and draw to scale a floor plan for a home including but not limited to; a living room, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a bedroom.
Learn how to arrange furniture and complete a furniture arrangement assignment.
Interior Design Final Project
This lesson provides a summative project for the students to complete that fills a number of the performance objective requirements.
This lesson provides students with an opportunity to create visual examples of each type of storage that should be found incorporated throughout the home.
Traffic & Circulation
This lesson provides students with an introduction to the concept of traffic and circulation patterns used throughout the home.
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