ID1000: Introduction to Interior Design
This introductory course provides students with an overview of the elements that comprise the practice of interior design. Studio assignments promote theoretical and analytical problem-solving skills. Students will learn the rudiments of the use of materials and finishes, interior construction, drafting and rendering, space planning, and color theory. This course is recommended for students considering interior design as a profession.
This course may be cross-tallied as ID5000 at the graduate level for MA in Interior Design program prerequisites. Additional work is required for graduate level credit.
4:30 PM - 10:40 PM
June 03 - August 05, 2013
Location: Georgetown 210
Instructor: Darlene Molnar
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