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1 INTERIOR DESIGN EVENT 90

2 INTERIOR DESIGN Interior Design, is an individual or team event, recognizes participants who apply interior design skills learned in Family and Consumer Sciences courses to design interiors to meet the living space needs of clients. In advance, participants will create a floor plan, an elevation and a furniture/interior plan addressing the specifics of the design scenario. Participants must prepare a file folder, and oral presentation, and visuals. Event Categories: 1. Senior: Grades Occupationally Specific: Grades Eligibility 1. Chapters may submit a team of 1 to 3 participants in this event. 2. Participation is open to any state/nationally affiliated FCCLA chapter member(s). Chapter should select the category that corresponds with the type course in which the participants are or have been enrolled and the category indicated on the Affiliation Form. Event categories may be changed two weeks prior to the regional meeting for a $20 fee to pay for the cost of awards. This can be done by faxing in the Change/Deletion form located in the Forms/Resource section of the guidebook. Payment must be received in the state office prior to the region meeting. 3. The chapter's entry must be a dues-paying member from a state and nationally affiliated chapter, which is submitted with a postmark on or before November 1. Additional members wanting to participate in STAR and Proficiency Events may be affiliated online until two weeks prior to the region meeting. If affiliation paperwork and payment is not mailed by the 2 nd Monday in January it must be brought to the STAR/Proficiency Event Headquarters room at the region meeting prior to STAR/Proficiency Event Registration to receive an FCCLA Confirmation Receipt. 4. The chapter advisor must submit the electronic entry form on the Texas FCCLA website. STAR/Proficiency Event Payment Invoice and payment must be mailed to Family, Career and Community Leaders of America postmarked on or before December A designated chapter member or a team (up to three [3] members) must attend the regional or state leadership meeting in order to officially enter the regional or state competition. Note: Participant(s) will need to pay for the conference registration fees and the STAR Event entry fees. 6. Participants in the senior category must be or have been enrolled in an interior design/housing course or unit of study. Participants in the occupational category must be or have been enrolled in an interior design course or program of study that concentrates on preparation for paid employment. 7. A project entered in this event may not be entered in any other category of any STAR Events. A project may be disqualified if this occurs. 8. The participant(s) must complete an in-depth project conducted during a one-year span starting July 1 and ending June 30 of the current school year. 91

3 Procedures and Time Requirements 1. Each entry will submit a file folder with required documents and display to the event chairperson at the STAR Event Registration. 2. At the appointed time, participant(s) will enter room and set up their display board at the judges table. There is a five minute limit on set up. Once set up, the oral presentation will begin. 3. Judges will have 5 minutes to preview the file folder before each presentation begins. 3. The oral presentation may be up to 15 minutes in length. A one-minute warning will be given at 14 minutes. Participants will be stopped at 15 minutes with no point deduction. 4. No audio and/or visual recordings may be used. 5. The oral presentation is a time for the participant(s) in the role of designer(s), to present to the evaluators, in the role of the clients, the interior design. The presentation is intended to be two-way dialogue, as in a conversation or interview, rather than a one-way illustrated talk. 6. Following the presentation, judges step out of character as clients and will have 5 minutes to interview participants and view the display board. 7. Judges will use the rubric to score and write comments for participants. Judges will meet with participants to discuss strengths and suggestions for improvement of their performance. 8. The total time for this event is approximately 25 minutes (5 minutes for set-up and for judges to preview portfolio,15 minutes for the presentation, 5 minutes for judge s interview) General Information 1. Participants must bring all necessary supplies and/or equipment. 2. A table will be present for displaying of the display boards. Teams must provide their own easel(s). 3. The display board is the only visual that may be used during the presentation. Handouts, samples, etc. may be included on the display board. 4. The use of video recordings is not allowed in the event. 5. Scrapbooks, flip charts, manuals and photo albums are not allowed. 6. Rubrics will be returned to the participants by mail only if a #10, standard business, self-addressed, stamped envelope is provided by the chapter during the STAR Event Registration. Participant s & advisor s name must appear on the outside of the envelope. Only one envelope per team should be submitted. 7. Design scenarios which all participants must base their design on will be available only at Scenarios 8. Disqualifications will occur if: At least one team member does not check in at the STAR Event Registration (participants must register for meeting and for STAR Events), Participant(s) does not show up at designated time for competition or Chapter entry is not presented. 92

4 INTERIOR DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS FILE FOLDER Participant will submit one letter-size file folder containing two identical sets, with each set stapled separately, of the items listed below to the event chairperson at the STAR Event Registration. The file folder must be labeled in the top left corner with the name of event, event category, participant s name, chapter, school, city, state, and region. Number and Size Label on Folder Project Identification Page FCCLA Planning Process Project Budget Quantity of Folder Contents Submit one letter-size file folder. Attach a label containing name of event, event category, participant(s) name(s), school, city, state and region. One 8 ½ X 11 page on plain paper using black ink, with no graphics or decorations; must contain participants name, school, city, state, region, and title of project. One 8 ½ X 11 page summarizing how each step of the Planning Process was used to develop the Interior Design project. The project budget should break down the amount of money allotted for the space by furnishing and design elements (i.e. wall finish, furniture, lighting, accessories, etc.). Each item used in the design should be noted on the project budget. The budget should be on a single, onesided sheet of 8 ½ X 11 paper. Include in the folder 2 copies of the Project Identification page, Planning Process Summary Page and the Project Budget. PRESENTATION BOARD Each participant or team will prepare two single-sided presentations boards one to display the design overview and one to display the interior design elements intended to meet the needs of the clients. Boards may be foam board, mat board, or mat board mounted on foam core. Tabletop or floor easels or other types of board props may be used, but will not be provided. Board background must be either solid black or white and not exceed 22 X 30. Each board must have attached a standard size business card for the individual or team to include participants name(s), chapter name, school, city and state. Samples Board Design Board Participants will create not only a functional space, but also one that is aesthetically pleasing to the clients. The Design Elements Board should display samples of wall and window treatments, floor covering, fabrics and other elements, if applicable woodwork, cabinets, countertops, fixtures and appliances. The board should give the clients a very realistic and detailed vision of what the finished room would look like in terms of material, color, accessory and furniture choices. Participants will complete a design for a living/diving room. Designs should be aesthetically pleasing and functional. Designs may be drawn by hand or generated using computer-aided design software on paper not to exceed two 8 ½ X 11 pages or one 11 X 17 page. The board should feature: The floor plan showing fixed architectural features and furniture arrangements to meet the clients needs. The floor plan should use a consistent ¼ =1 foot measuring scale for the room, fixtures and furnishings. All dimensions should be noted. Floor plans including dining areas should follow Seating and Traffic Standards. An appropriately sized wall elevation produced to scale in the chosen color(s) for one wall of the living/dining room. 93

5 PRESENTATION TO CLIENTS The presentation to clients may be up to 15 minutes in length and is delivered to judges. The presentation is a time for participant(s), in the role of designer, to present to the judges, in the role of clients. The presentation is intended to be a two-way dialogue, as in a conversation or interview, rather than a one-way illustrated talk. No other visuals or audiovisual equipment will be permitted. Knowledge of Interior Design Understanding of Space Needs Organization Use of Design Board Voice Quality Body Language Use of Time Responses to Questions Demonstrate thorough knowledge of interior design. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the clients living space needs and style and industry standards including knowledge of the National Kitchen and Bath Association Planning Guidelines 8 & 9 where appropriate. See STAR Events Glossary for Seating and Traffic Standards. Deliver oral presentation in an organized, sequential manner; concisely and thoroughly summarize research. Use the design boards effectively during the presentation. Speak clearly with appropriate pitch, tempo and volume. Use appropriate body language including gestures, posture, mannerisms, eye contact and appropriate handling of notes or note cards if used. Use time well by sustaining dialogue and covering essential points. Provide clear and concise answers to judges questions regarding project. Questions are asked after the presentation. 94

6 INTERIOR DESIGN CHECK LIST FOR ADVISORS 1. Submit initial chapter affiliation form by the November 1 st due date. Affiliate all STAR/Proficiency Event participants 2 weeks prior to the region meeting. If affiliation paperwork and payment is not mailed to the FCCLA Lockbox by the 2 nd Monday in January it must be brought to the region meeting and turned in prior to the STAR/Proficiency Event Registration. 2. Submit entry(s) electronically on the Texas FCCLA website. Mail entry packet by the December 1 st due date consisting of the following: STAR/Proficiency Event Payment Invoice (print invoice after entry(s) has been submitted online) entry fees and Judges Recommendation Form (not required but requested). 3. If there are any changes from the original entry it must be submitted by the following deadlines: Regional Meetings - Facsimile notification must be made to the FCCLA office before noon on the Tuesday prior to the competition. State Meeting - Facsimile notification must be made to the FCCLA office before noon on the FRIDAY prior to the competition. When making changes please fax Change/Deletion Form to Change/Deletion Form is located in the Resources and Forms Section of this guidebook. The 4. Prepare a #10, standard business size, self-addressed, stamped envelope to be turned in at the Proficiency Event Registration. The participant and advisor s name must appear on the outside of the envelope. Any score sheets, which do not have an envelope, will be disposed of at the conference and will not be returned after the conference. 5. Review file folder to insure requirements are met. 6. Check the oral presentation to insure that it is no more than 15 minutes in length. 7. Check the display to insure it meets specifications. 8. Take all needed equipment, supplies, materials, and the chapter s electronic FCCLA Confirmation Receipt with the participant s names highlighted to the Proficiency Event Registration at the meeting. 9. Check adjusted time schedule after STAR/Proficiency Event Registration has ended to verify scheduled participation time. Click here to return to Table of Contents 95

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