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1 DELAWARE COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN 600 N MARKET ST WILMINGTON DELAWARE INTERIOR DESIGN (as of 10/1/12) INTERIOR DESIGN MISSION The program combines theoretical exploration and practical experience. Students begin by learning how to develop strong design concepts. Proceeding through the curriculum, they accumulate skills necessary to transform their ideas into creative and functional designs. Students explore space planning, furnishings and materials, color and lighting, as well as basic construction systems and building code requirements. Drawing on the rich design resources of the region, the faculty is composed of active, practicing professionals in the field. Graduates leave DCAD with the basic knowledge and tools to continue their professional education. INTERIOR DESIGN GOALS To explore the impact of interior environments on individuals and groups and create socially responsive interior designers. To teach students to turn ideas and visual representations into usable spaces. To develop the student s personal design approach. To teach students the history of design and to help them understand the relationship of design and society. Program Competencies / Program Student Learning Outcomes (PC) aligned with the Liberal Arts/General Education Competencies: 1) Oral Communication, 2) Written Communication; 3) Quantitative Reasoning; 4) Critical Thinking; 5) Information Literacy 6) Technology; 7) Global Citizenship; 8) Visual Literacy 1. Apply basic design principles for the representation of interior spaces. (LA 3,4,8) 2. Produce visual analysis and demonstrate conceptual development toward the development of a final design project. (LA 3,4,7,8) 3. Create a cohesive space plan for a clearly defined building program. (LA 3,4,7.8) 4. Apply color and lighting schemes to interior design projects. (LA 4,5,8) 5. Demonstrate a basic understanding of building systems and basic professional practices for interior design projects. (LA 3,4,5) Connect oral and visual presentation techniques for presentations of design projects. (LA1,2,3,5,6,8) Gain and apply knowledge of the history of design for projects and for analysis. (LA 1,2,4,5,7,8) INTERIOR DESIGN PROGRAM COMPETENCIES (PC) 1. Learn and apply the basic design principles for use in interior spaces. These include volume, void space, surface texture, color and tone for use in two and three dimensional formats. 2. Produce formal analysis and demonstrate conceptual development in their projects. Students analyze existing site conditions, program and historical masterworks through diagrams, drawings and renderings. 3. Create a cohesive space plan. Space planning is covered in each design project and includes organization of programmatic elements through sequencing, spatial flow, movement and circulation patterns for single and multi-level structures. 4. Apply color and lighting techniques to design projects. Students demonstrate the use of color and lighting for interiors by examining color theory, color harmony, the psychology of color and light and through practical applications in projects. 5. Demonstrate a basic understanding of building systems for interiors through assignments and projects. They also examine basic interior design professional practices. 6. Connect verbal and visual presentation techniques. In preparing hand drafted and computer based plans drawings students construct a variety of projection systems. They also create scale models in a variety of media. 7. Create design projects that incorporate the student s analysis of historical connections, architecture, decorative arts and interior design for use in visual analysis and in design projects.

2 Course: ID 201, I Prerequisites: Drawing II, 3D II Credits: 4 Course Description: Students approach reality based design projects through a process of analysis and conceptual development. The studio starts with an exploration of drawing as an expressive and analytical tool. As students develop the tools they need to design spaces, they define clear, believable programs for commercial and residential uses. After analyzing site and program conditions they establish a design concept, proceed with design development and create final presentations using hand drawn techniques,3d models and material boards. Supplies: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use x36 portable drafting board with parallel ruler (recommended as substitute for home drafting table. - 9x12 bound sketchbook - 36 T square - adjustable square - set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries and some neutrals) Total supply cost for this course= approx. $300 Media Resources: Students will be asked to do research using the library, the ARTSTOR site and other internet sites 1. To create cohesive page layouts and scaled 3D models. (PC 1, 6) 2. To use visual analysis to establish a conceptual strategy for implementing an interior space and for studying existing interior spaces or objects. (PC 1, 2, 6) 3. To develop a clear, usable program and space layout for an interior plan. (PC 2, 3,6) 4. To apply meaningful color schemes to interior design projects and their representations. (PC 4, 6) 5. To apply basic building systems to interior design projects. (PC 5, 6) 6. To develop verbal and visual presentation techniques to communicate an interior space through drafting, rendering, finish samples, models and verbal description. (PC 6) Course: ID 202, II Prerequisites: Drawing II, 3D II, I, Drawing for ID I Credits: 4 Course Description: Students continue the design process using hand drawn and computer based imaging for commercial and residential projects. Students incorporate a greater level of detail, lighting design and sustainability into their projects. The capstone project combines skills from other interior design courses into a more ambitious project including color renderings, perspectives and computer generated 3D modeling. Students are encouraged to combine hand drawn and computer generated graphics to create new rendering techniques that best reflects their design concept. Supplies: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use.

3 - 24 x36 portable drafting board with parallel ruler (recommended as substitute for home drafting table. - 9x12 bound sketchbook - 36 T square - adjustable square - set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries and some neutrals) Total supply cost for this course= approx. $300 Media Resources: Students will be asked to do research using the library, the ARTSTOR site and other internet sites 1.Build upon basic design principles from Desin I for the representation of interior spaces. (LA 3,4,8) 2. Expand upon visual analysis and demonstrated conceptual development from Design 1 toward the development of a final design project with complex solutions. (LA 3,4,7,8) 3. Apply appropriate color and lighting schemes to interior design projects. (LA 4,5,8) Connect oral and visual presentation techniques for presentations of design projects. (LA1,2,3,5,6,8) Gain and apply knowledge of the history of design for projects and for analysis. (LA 1,2,4,5,7,8) Course: ID 203, Drawing for I Prerequisites: Drawing I, 2DI Course Description: This course offers an introduction to the process of visual communication for interior designers. Students practice the proper use of drafting equipment through the development of two dimensional drawings such as floor plans, sections and elevations. Students learn basic drafting conventions for implementing interior design projects. The course also focuses on three dimensional drawings: axonometric and isometric projections with limited perspective techniques. Students develop freehand sketching and color rendering techniques. 1. Studio Projects 2. Demonstrations 3. Critiques 4. Sketch book assignments Recommended Readings: ISBN: Reznikoff, SC, Interior Graphic Standards. New York: Whitney Library of Design/Watson and Guptill $60 ISBN-10: Pile, John,. 4 th Ed. New York: Abrams $120 Supplies: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use x36 portable drafting board with parallel ruler (recommended as substitute for home drafting table. - 9x12 bound sketchbook

4 - 36 T square - adjustable square - set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries and some neutrals) Total supply cost for this course= approx. $300 Media Resources: internet sites Students will be asked to do research using the library, the ARTSTOR site and other 1. Create cohesive page layouts. (PC 1, 6) 2. Convey interior design work through hand drafted orthographic projections (plan, section, elevation) and to have the student understand line weights and overall good practices for drafting and drawing. (PC 1, 6) 3. Recognize and apply appropriate graphic symbols and methods of representation for technical drawings. (PC 6) 4. Apply an understanding of the relationship between two dimensional drawings and three dimensional space. (PC 1, 6) 5. Use color media for expressing interior finishes and to create a sense light in a drawing. (PC 6) 6. Practice methods for creating a set of working drawings for the implementation of an interior space.(pc 6) 7. Use sketching as a tool for communicating spatial ideas. (PC 2, 6) Course: ID 204, Drawing for II Prerequisites: Drawing for IDI Course Description: This course is focuses on one and two point perspective with an emphasis on accuracy and expressive presentation. Students explore different methods including three dimensional computer renderings, photographic as well as hand drawn techniques. They combine different techniques to find an expressive media for use in their design projects and continue development of axonometric projection system. Students also learn techniques for digital portfolio preparation. 1. Lectures and presentations 2. Demonstrations 3. Studio projects 4. Critiques 5. Class discussions Recommended Readings: ISBN: Reznikoff, SC, Interior Graphic Standards. New York: Whitney Library of Design/Watson and Guptill $60 ISBN-10: Pile, John,. 4 th Ed. New York: Abrams $120 Supplies: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use x36 portable drafting board with parallel ruler (recommended as substitute for home drafting table. - 9x12 bound sketchbook

5 - 36 T square - adjustable square - set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries and some neutrals) Total supply cost for this course= approx. $300 Media Resources: internet sites Students will be asked to do research using the library, the ARTSTOR site and other Construct orthographic projection drawings (plan, section, elevation) and apply line weights techniques and overall good practices for drafting and drawing. (PC 1,3,6) Construct axonometric and isometric drawings. (PC 1,6) Construct both a 1 point and 2 point perspective drawing from a scaled plan for drawing an interior space. (PC 1, 6) Apply different techniques for rendering perspective drawings including line, tone, hatching, colored pencil, paint, and collage using both hand drawn methods and computer aided methods as well as providing the student with a skill set to combine both the hand drawn and computer techniques to further enhance their drawings and presentations. (PC 4,6) Apply drawing techniques as a tool for presentation and as a tool to help inform and drive the design process. (PC 2,6) Produce a finished set of presentation ready perspective drawings. (PC 6) Apply basic 3-D modeling techniques. (PC1,6) Apply presentation techniques for presentation of studio work and portfolio construction (PC1,6) Course: ID 205 AutoCAD Prerequisites: Course Description: This course covers the basic concepts and techniques of Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD). The primary program used for this course is AutoCAD, the leading program in the industry. Two-dimensional drawing creation, editing techniques and major commands are applied to design projects. Students focus on presentation techniques and professional office production practices. Students will work with CADD in advanced coursework, and the course will prepare them for transfer to a four year degree program. Required Texts: ISBN: Ching, Francis DK, Architectural Graphics Hoboken NJ: Wiley 2009 $27 Supplies: USB Flash drive/jump drive 2GB minimum Architectural scale Note : these items must be with you at every class. Media resources: AutoCAD student software and assistance: Google SketchUp 7: Google SketchUp tutorials: Program Competencies / Program Student Learning Outcomes (PC) aligned with the Liberal Arts/General Education Competencies: 1) Oral Communication, 2) Written Communication; 3) Quantitative Reasoning; 4) Critical Thinking; 5) Information Literacy 6) Technology; 7) Global Citizenship; 8) Visual Literacy

6 1. Apply basic design principles for the representation of interior spaces. (LA 3,4,8) 2. Produce visual analysis and demonstrate conceptual development toward the development of a final design project. (LA 3,4,7,8) 3. Create a cohesive space plan for a clearly defined building program. (LA 3,4,7.8) 4. Apply color and lighting schemes to interior design projects. (LA 4,5,8) 5. Demonstrate a basic understanding of building systems and basic professional practices for interior design projects. (LA 3,4,5) Connect oral and visual presentation techniques for presentations of design projects. (LA1,2,3,5,6,8) Gain and apply knowledge of the history of design for projects and for analysis. (LA 1,2,4,5,7,8) 1. Demonstrate knowledge of the basic commands and functions for the AutoCAD program (PC 6) 2. Efficiently apply the AutoCAD program as drawing tool for design projects (PC 6) 3. To learn and apply the conventions of visual representation for the interior design profession. (PC 1, 5,6) Course: ID 207, Color and Materials Prerequisites: 2D design II Color Course Description: This is an introduction to materials used as a means of expression by the interior designer. The course examines the functional and aesthetic properties of specific interior finishes and materials that are available to the designer. Through projects and research, students examine the parameters of material selection for a space with particular focus on sustainability and green spaces. Projects are integrated with other courses to give the students an overall presentation for a portfolio. Required Texts: ISBN X Beginnings of Interior Environments, 10 th Edition, Phyllis Sloan Allen, Miriam F. Stimpson, Lynn M. Jones. New York, 2008 $85 1. Lectures and demonstrations 2. Projects with critiques 3. Reading assignments 3. Field trips 4. Class discussion Supplies: Supplies are the same as required for I: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use - 24 T square - adjustable square (recommended) -set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries, secondaries and some neutrals)

7 Media Resources: Students will be required to use interior design publications, as needed, to complete individual projects. Magazines available in the DCAD library include Architectural Digest, Dwell,, Metropolis, Modernism Magazine. 1. Demonstrate and apply knowledge of interior materials and finishes available to the er in projects (PC 4, 5) 2. Select and present colors, materials for use in design projects. (PC 1,4, 6) 3. Apply principles of Sustainability and Green Design as an integral part of the design process and the selection of materials. (PC 5, 6, 7) 4. Apply knowledge, the use of Colors and Materials as it relates to a particular Historic Design Style. (PC 4, 6, 7) Course: ID 208 Construction Systems, 2 nd year Prerequisites: Course Description: This is an introduction to the structural principles and construction methods of buildings. Students need to understand how buildings work from a structural and materials objective to enable actualization of an interior design project. Interiors structure and construction are examined, and students begin their first technical drawings of interior construction elements. The construction process and the people involved are studied. Structural and architectural materials are presented to further the understanding of how buildings are constructed. Required Texts: ISBN-10: X Allen, Edward, How Buildings Work. 3rd Edition. Oxford Press. New York $26 ISBN-10: Ching, Francis DK, Building Construction Illustrated. 3 rd Edition. John Wiley and Sons. Hoboken NJ $34 Recommended text: ISBN-10: Ching and Winkel, Building Codes Illustrated. John Wiley and Sons. Hoboken NJ $37 1. Lectures and presentations 2. Demonstrations 3. studio projects including models and srawingts 3. Critiques 4. Class discussion Supplies: Supplies are the same as required for I: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use - 24 T square - adjustable square (recommended) -set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries, secondaries and some neutrals)

8 Media Resources: Students will be required to use internet as well as textbooks to research assignments 1. Demonstrate a basic knowledge of structural principles for use in buildings. (PC 5) 2. Demonstrate knowledge of buildings for application to interior design projects (PC 1,4, 6) 3. Apply techniques for communicating technical information through drafting, schedules and model making. (PC 1,5,6) 4. Demonstrate knowledge of how buildings function as part of ecological system (PC 5) 5. Demonstrate basic knowledge of building codes, professional practice and principles of universal design. (PC 5) Course: ID209 Lighting Design, 2 nd year Prerequisites: 2D design II Color Course Description: A fundamental course in lighting theory and practice and its interaction with visual perception and aesthetics in interior spaces. The basic functions of lighting are studied, analyzed and critiqued as design elements. Students examine the different types of light sources including natural and artificial sources and their integration into design projects. Students are asked to transfer this information to lighting plans and specifications. Whenever possible, field inspection of lighting installations adds to theoretical information presented in the classroom. Required Texts: ISBN: Windchip, Susan, Fundamentals of Lighting. 2 nd Edition, New York: Fairchild Books, 2011 ($63 new) 1. Lectures and demonstrations Weekly reading assignments with quizzes Research Projects Design projects Field trips Supplies: Supplies are the same as required for I: - drafting table (at least 30 wide) for home use - 24 T square - adjustable square (recommended) -set of about 20 color pencils: Prismacolor or equivalent with some primaries, secondaries and some neutrals) -basic digital camera Total cost $300 approx Media Resources: Students will be asked to use the ARTSTOR website.

9 Understand lighting principles for interior space and design basic lighting systems for use in interior design projects (PC 1,4,5) Apply techniques for illustration and specification of lighting schemes to projects (PC 6) Design a custom lighting fixture for use in a design project (PC1,4,6) Critique the history of natural and artificial lighting in architecture and interior design (PC 7) Course: ID 211 Digital Representation for, 2 nd year Prerequisites: AutoCAD Course Description: Students will continue to develop skills and apply new techniques in the AutoCAD program. In addition three dimensional space will be explored with the creation of digital models, focusing on the relationships of volume, form, plane and surface along with developing methods of presenting work. The primary program to be used will be SketchUp but other digital methods will also be discussed. Required Texts: ISBN: Ching, Francis DK, Architectural Graphics Hoboken NJ: Wiley 2009 $27 In-studio work Lectures Oral reports Pin-up and critique Research papers Studio demonstrations Supplementary Readings: Recommended reading: ISBN: Chink, Francis DK, Architecture: Form, Space and Hoboken NJ: Wiley, 2010 $30 Supplies: USB Flash drive/jump drive 2GB minimum $12.00 Architectural scale $20.00 Note : these items must be with you at every class. Media resources: A AutoCAD student software and assistance: Google SketchUp 7: Google SketchUp tutorials: Holland Prize: 1. Develop digital skills with AutoCAD established in the AutoCAD I class. (PC 6) 2. Extend their knowledge of AutoCAD (ACAD) developing advanced skills, such as: dimensioning, layers, sheet layouts, line weights and hatching and blocks. (PC 6) 3. Student will build drawings with 3D software, such as Google SketchUp (GSU) and use it to represent their projects. (PC 1, 5 and 6) 4. Apply the conventions of visual representation for the interior design profession. (PC 1, 5, 6)

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