INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO II
INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO II INT 2100
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Appalachian State University Department of Technology INT 2110 Interior Design Studio III Spring 2008 Many people would sooner die than think In fact they do soquot COURSE DESCRIPTION INSTRUCTOR OFFICE OFFICE HOURS REQUIRED TEXTS RECOMMENDED TEXTS OBJECTIVES Bertrand Russell INT 2110 Irte or Design Studio 3S IntermediateIeve studio focuses on systems design Explores problem identi cation research functional analysis programming methods and space planning theory Investigates codes and the integration of building systems Includes theories of circulation systems application of ergonomics ADA building codes ceiling systems and speci cations Typical projects may include mediumscale work retail and exhibition spaces Extends analytical and strategic thinking Prerequisite INT 2100 Studio six hours Timothy D Dolan MS NCIDQ Certi ed 016868 RID ASID IIDA IDEC Kerr Scott Hall 183 8282627570 dolantdappstateedu tth 800 930 w 8001100 300400 Ballast D 2006 lnterior Design Reference Manual 3 ed California Professional Publications ISBN 1591260477 Ching F 2003 Building Codes Illustrated 2quotd ed New York John Wiley amp Sons ISBN 0471099805 Department of Justice 1994 ADA Standards forAccessble Design wwwusdo39govcrtadastdspdfhtm International Code Council 2003 International Building Code 2003 wwwiccsafeorg Harmon K 2001 re Codes Guidebook for interiors and Study Guide 3rd ed New York John Wiley amp Sons ISBN 0471648647 0471 650897 Per Council of Interior Design Accreditation Standards 1e The curriculum must provide exposure to a variety of business organizational and familial structures for example forpro t non pro t publicly vs privately held hierarchical at cohousing nuclear and extended family 2a The program must provide learning experiences that address client and user needs and their responses to the interior environment The program must include learning experiences that incorporate active listening skills leading to effective interpretation of requirements for example programming interviews participatory critiques role playing 2i INT 2110 Interior Design Studio lll Spring 2008 Page 2 3e n 5 5 m o 1 5 5 7r 1 5 o 0quot L0 F F F L0 to F 7 i 0 Student work must demonstrate understanding of theories of human behavior in interior environments human factors for example ergonomics anthropometryanthropometrics Student work must demonstrate understanding of theories of human behavior in interior environments the relationship between human behavior and the built environment Student work must demonstrate programming skills including problem identi cation Student work must demonstrate programming skills including identi cation of client and user needs Student work must demonstrate programming skills including information gathering research and analysis functional requirements code research sustainability issues etc Student work must demonstrate competent schematic design concept development and problem solving skills including space planning adjacencies circulation and articulation and shaping of space Student work must demonstrate competent design development skills in detailed and developed layout of furniture xtures and equipment Student work must demonstrate competent design development skills in space plans elevations sketches and study models computer generated or manual Student work must demonstrate competent design development skills injustifying design solutions relative to the goals and objectives of the project program Student work must demonstrate the ability to communicate 3 dimensional space and form such as in perspectives paralines and models computergenerated or manual Students must demonstrate understanding that design solution affect and are impacted by datavoice telecommunications systems Students must demonstrate understanding that design solution affect and are impacted by ceiling systems Students must demonstrate understanding that design solutions affect and are impacted by ooring systems for example raised heated Students must demonstrate understanding that design solutions affect and are impacted by interface of work station furniture systems with building systems for example columns fenestration convector units and power sources Student work must demonstrate understanding of the impact of re and life safety principles on space planning for example compartmentalization re separation movement stairwells corridors exitways detection smoke heat detectors and alarm systems suppression sprinklers re hose cabinets Student work must demonstrate the appropriate application of codes and regulations for example International Building Code IBC and standards for example American National Standards Institute ANS Student work must demonstrate the appropriate application of barrierfree design guidelines for example ADA INT 2110 Interior Design Studio Ill Fall 2008 Page 3 GOURSE REQUIREMENTS STUDIO CULTURE MATERIALS N a Student work must demonstrate the appropriate application of ergonomic and human factors data 7h Student work must demonstrate Understanding of universal design concepts and principles Project 1 15 Project 2 30 Project 3 40 Design Journal 5 Active Participation and Contribution 10 Note The instructor reserves the option of changing the above requirements or the following class schedule as needed to ful ll the goals and otjectives of the course Our class meets only twice a week therefore attendance in studio is mandatory and signi cant Independent progress on projects is expected Unfortunately it will be dif cult for me to meet with everyone each class session so be prepared for desk critiques and use studio time wisely Studio courses are important The studio is the central component of a designer39s educationthe place in which ideas are conceived and brought into form Hypotheses are tested rejected and newly formulatedquot Jan Jennings Studio courses are unique This course will give you the most similar experience to the working culture of a design rm In the business world professional practice demands respectful and responsible employees and employers As you prepare for a career in design practicing consideration for your coworkersquot now develops your interpersonal skills and ultimately creates a dynamic and productive studio working environment I expect our studio culture to be diligent respectful and committed to producing professional presentations verbal and visual If a student is disrespectful in class they will be asked to leave the classroom and will be considered absent for that class period Permanent markers of varying widths an architectural scale and a roll of 12quot or 18quot white tracing paper shall be brought to each class meeting Additional materials will vary and are required as per the individual projects eg Modelmaking materials Computer applications and output devices Pharos system shall be used to complete project requirements INT 2110 Interior Design Studio Ill Fall 2008 Page 4 Ajournalsketchbook is required for this course Re ection on the course activity must be entered on a regular basis Additional information on the re ection and entries will be provided in lecture JOURNAL Ajournal is required for this course journal n 1a A personal record of occurrences experiences and re ections kept on a regular basis You mustjournalize on a regular basis Bum should be recorded in yourjournal In addition to a typical designer sketchbook ajournal will encourage notes and daily occurrences and will provide a vehicle for re ection Thoughts about your design interaction with nonpro t clients and thoughts about design39s impact on society as well as your projects shall be entered Do not edit or limit your thoughts There are no right or wrong answers to the thoughts you should enter rather record those thoughts that enter your mind The instructor may ask for speci c entries throughout the semester In addition self motivated entries must occur to successfully complete yourjournal Entries should include but not be limited to Notes Class meetings meetings with quotclientsquot questions thoughts inspiration research etc Sketches site extant precedent inspiration mind39s eye planparti process thinkingideation details connections elevations perspectives analysis etc Clippings from publications can be mounted in yourjournal Sketches should be a signi cant part of your journal Re ection How you feel about the work about the quotclientsquot nonpro t organizations design the process Althoughjournal and sketchbook entries are often a rushed event craftsmanship is imperative and will be rewarded Entries shall not be highly polished or nished such as recording a quick sketch during a meeting with a client but thejournal shall be kept clean and neat and display respect through craftsmanship Thejournal must be a plain black cover sketchbook ring binding and unlined pages recycled content preferred The journal should be purchased at an art supply store a quotscrapbookquot qualityjournal from a craft or discount store is not appropriate for professional work INT 2110 Interior Design Studio Ill Spring 2008 Page 5 GRADING SCALE GENERAL CLASS POUCIES ATTENDANCE PROJECT OWNWERSHIP FINAL EXAMS ADDITIONAL COSTS T0 STUDENTS ASSIGNMENT DUE DATES A 96100 C 7376 A 9095 C 7072 B 8789 D 6769 B 8386 D 6366 B 8082 D 6062 C 7779 F 60 and below Attendance is calculated as part of your nal grade and is expected for all classes Two unexcused absences will be permitted for this class with no penalty For an absence to be excused you must contact the instructor via email or phone PRIOR to class with a valid reason andor provide physician39s documentation Three unexcused absences will result in a minimum reduction of the nal grade by onethird of a letter grade 3 points Each additional unexcused absence will result in the reduction of the nal grade buy one point per occurrence Please see Assignment Due Datesquot and MakeUp Examsquot for additional information Attendance is taken at the beginning of the class period If you must come in a er class has begun it is your responsibility at the end of that class period to request that the absence be changed to a tardy If you fail to do so the absence will remain as marked in the grade book Additionally three tardies will equal one absence Any and all projects papers etc may at the discretion of the instructor be retained for review in compliance with the requirements of the Council for Interior Design Accreditation Final exams are given at the scheduled time Exceptions will be made only with prior permission of the instructor Final exams will not be rescheduled to allow students to leave early on vacation All Students are expected to purchase an individual copy of the appropriate AutoCAD So ware Package for utilization in this course A website will be provided to you at a later date for ordering this software at a considerably reduced rate Each class may have additional costs such as cost of materials or supplies needed to complete class projects These additional costs will be discussed with the class during the rst class meeting If you are not present during the rst class meeting or if you do not understand the additional costs for the course please discuss with the instructor Assignments are due on the date announced or published No projects or assignments will be accepted late except under extreme circumstances and at the discretion of the instructor
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