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Space Planning III
SPACE PLAN III
CLASS CODE: ID 341 CREDITS:  3 FEE:  $15.00
DIVISION: PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT: INTERIOR DESIGN
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: An intermediate course designed to provide students experience in research development, programming and schematic design development, problem solving, space planning, furniture layout, fabric and finish material selection/calculation/specification, and practical competencies in residential design. Barrier-free, passive solar and contract design considerations will be part of project requirements.
DESCRIPTION: An intermediate course designed to provide students experience in research development, programming and schematic design development, problem solving, space planning, furniture layout, fabric and finish material selection/calculation/specification, and practical competencies in residential design. Barrier-free, passive solar and contract design considerations will be part of project requirements.
TOPICS: 1. Program writing, space planning with AutoCAD generated plans, and specifications for a Solar/Barrier-Free residence. 8 week project.
2. A Masonic Hall adapted for a residence and design studio. Existing floor plans and inventory must be used. Student must work with instructor as the client. AutoCAD plans, specifications, lighting plans, finish schedules, renderings, elevations, and details required for the project. 8 weeks.
3. Calculations and measuring for floors, windows, and walls; carpet, ceramic tile, wall coverings, window coverings and blinds.
OBJECTIVES: At the conclusion of this course, the student will:
1. Identify the varied aspects of residential design, i.e. codes, specifications, budget analysis, programming, space planning, construction documents and finish material selection in projects, exam, and orally.
2. Apply the principles of barrier-free design in a residential design project.
3. Demonstrate research skills in relationship to design process and problem solution in two residential design projects.
4. Demonstrates knowledge of ecological concerns and energy conservation management with passive solar principles in project format.
5. Demonstration oral, written, and graphic presentation skills at the completion of the project.
6. Demonstrate technical knowledge of HVAC, lighting, and electrical on drafted plans.
7. Incorporate drafted details and elevation drawings as an effective communication device in project format.
8. Demonstrate programming, schematic, and design development skills in written, drafted, and rendered format.
9. Calculate material amounts for floor coverings, wall coverings, and window coverings on individual projects.
10. Demonstrate how building systems affect design development.
11. Demonstrate furniture and material finish selection.
REQUIREMENTS: 1. Each student will complete two assigned projects with requirements as listed.
2. Each student will complete homework assignment as given, i.e. carpet, tile, window, vinyl, wall covering calculation assignments & compile in a notebook.
3. Students will be required to read from the text in preparation for lectures, quizzes and exams.
4. Each student will be required to research assigned topics and present the information to the class in written and oral format.
5. Each student will be required to sit for exams.
PREREQUISITES: (Majors Only)
ID 239, ID 250, ID 276
OTHER:
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2001