- STUDENT WORK
- DESIGN VIDEOS
- DESIGN AND DESIGN MOVEMENTS
- DECORATING TIPS
- LINEAR PERSPECTIVE
- Linear Perspective: Brunelleschi’s Experiement
- Understanding Linear Perspective
- A (Brief) History of Perspective in European Art
- How to Draw in Perspective
- 9th C Linear Perspective cc
- How to Draw a Room in 1-Point Perspective
- Subway car in 1-pt perspective
- BIRDS EYE VIEW IN 1-PT PERSPECTIVE
- ROOM IN 1-PT PERSPECTIVE-ADV. 1
- VANISHING POINT TO RIGHT OF CENTER-1PT
- Creating Ellipses and Cylinders in Perspective
- MAJOR PROJECT DESIGN EXHIBIT
- KITCHEN PERSPECTIVE
- ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING
- NEW DESIGN IDEAS
- DRAWING 2 POINT PERSPECTIVE
- DRAWING 2 POINT PERSPECTIVE
- DRAWING BOXES IN 1 POINT PERSPECTIVE
- BOXES IN 1 POINT PERPECTIVE
- DRAWING BACKGROUND IN 1 POINT PERSPECTIVE
- how to draw curved steps in one point perspective
- How to Draw a Room in One Point Perspective: A Bird’s Eye View
- How To Draw Rendered Interior – Using One Point Perspective
- CREATING FLOOR PLANS WITH ADOBE SOFTWARE
- HOW TO DRAW AN INTERIOR
- GALLERY TALK
- TED TALK
- CONTACT US
INTERIOR DESIGN SYLABUS
Introduction to Interior Design
Introduction to Interior Design. The introduction and resolution of basic interior design problems, involvement of color, space, form, light and materials.
- Architectural Drafting for Interior Designers by Lydia Sloan Cline, Lydia Cline
- Beginnings of Interior Environment by Phyllis Sloan Allen & Miriam F. Stimpson ( 10th edition).
Credit: 3 credit hours
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Successfully render from their own structural measurements a set of detailed floor plans.
2. Use and understand the elements (space, form, line, texture, ornament) and principles( scale, proportion, balance, rhythm,
emphasis, harmony) of design through the use of assigned projects and exams.
3. Use and understand the various aspects of lighting, space planning and color dynamics through the use of related projects and exams.
4. Successfully create a total home design by working with the elements, principles, lighting, color dynamics, shell treatment and furniture pieces.
A. Purpose of the Course
B. Materials and supplies
C. Course requirements
Elements and Principles of Design
Planning for Space
B. Open and closed plans
D. Furniture placement
A. History of colors
B. Effects of colors
C. Color mixing
D. Color dynamics
E. Color planning in design
A. Physical aspects of light
B. Psychological aspects of light
C. Economical aspects of light
D. Lighting fixtures
Floors, Ceilings, Walls, Windows and Doors
A. Floor and wall coverings
B. Ceiling types
C. Window and door locations
D. Floor, wall and window treatments
E. Various materials for floors, ceilings, walls and windows
B. Fabric coverings
C. Furniture choices for design
The student will be given chapter tests and a final exam. Exams will be 2/5 of the final grade.
Below 70 —–F
Suggested student activities:
1. Each student will be responsible for attending class, reading assigned text and other materials when needed.
2. Each class member will be given the opportunity to participate in class discussion and ask questions relevant to classroom materials.
3. Each student will take chapter tests and a final exam.
4. Each student will compile a total home design incorporating all the aspects of interior design introduced in this course.
Competencies required to complete course:
1. Successfully render from their own structural measurements detailed floor plans.
2. Use and understand the elements (space, form, line, texture, ornament) and principles
(scale, proportion, balance, rhythm, emphasis, harmony) of design through the use of assigned projects and tests.
3. Use and understand the various aspects of lighting and the dynamics of color through the use of related projects and tests.
4. Successfully create a total home design by working with the elements, principles, lighting, color dynamics, shell treatment, furniture pieces and circulation paths.
The lecture period is based on course text and visual materials available to the Art Department . Individualized assistance and class discussion will be utilized in teaching this course. Field trips to view actual interior designs will be utilized when possible.
YouTube video, Adobe Suite Software and SketchUp Freeware.
Methods for measuring Objectives:
The student is evaluated on his on his ability to perform assignments and on the quality of work he produces.
The student will be graded on assigned projects dealing with the objectives. The average of these project grades will be 1/5 of the final grade.
The student will be graded on successful completion and quality of work contained in a comprehensive final project , creating the interior design of a home. This will count as 2/5 of the final grade.