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CORE1023 - Introduction to Interior Design
This is team-taught, integrated class between interior design and design history. It will introduce first year students to the discipline of interior design through a combination of studio based projects as well as lectures and discussions on the history of interiors. This overview of interior design will expose students to the diverse needs and experiences of users, the ethical, social, cultural, and political issues facing designers today, as well as provide an overview of a variety of project types and professional interests interior designers may have in the professional field. Each studio project will integrate concepts covered by examples in the history lessons. The course engages lecture, discussion, projects, activities of critical inquiry, observation, analysis, research, and writing to hone aesthetic vocabulary and communication skills.

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Description This is team-taught, integrated class between interior design and design history. It will introduce first year students to the discipline of interior design through a combination of studio based projects as well as lectures and discussions on the history of interiors. This overview of interior design will expose students to the diverse needs and experiences of users, the ethical, social, cultural, and political issues facing designers today, as well as provide an overview of a variety of project types and professional interests interior designers may have in the professional field. Each studio project will integrate concepts covered by examples in the history lessons. The course engages lecture, discussion, projects, activities of critical inquiry, observation, analysis, research, and writing to hone aesthetic vocabulary and communication skills.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 6.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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