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Space Planning I
SPACE PLAN I
CLASS CODE: ID 240 CREDITS:  3 FEE:  $15.00
DIVISION: PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
DEPARTMENT: INTERIOR DESIGN
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: A beginning course in residential space planning. Foundational concepts include programming, concept development, problem solving, space planning and design communication. Students will be introduced to furniture, finish, and product specification with supporting schedules.
TAUGHT: Fall
CONTENT AND TOPICS: Creativity; drafting basics; schedules and project documents; furniture arranging; furniture specification; residential space planning; environmental concerns and codes; interior environmental control and support systems.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: 1. To develop beginning skills in programming, conceptualizing, problem solving, space planning, and furniture layout in residential design.
2. To introduce the student to the specification of furniture, lighting, and interior finishes with supporting schedules and plans.
3. To provide opportunities for group interaction through creativity exercises and small studio assignments.
4. To discuss efficient, creative, and unique "real world" solutions to space planning problems and needs in residential settings.
5. To promote professional presentation skills in oral, written and graphic formats.
REQUIREMENTS: 1. Attendance.
2. Reading assignments in the course text.
3. Design assignments:
Creativity exercises
Group studio exercises
Studio assignments
One major project
4. Quizzes.
PREREQUISITES: (Majors only) ID 102, ID 105, ID 137, ARCH 160
OTHER:
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2001