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INTE2101 - Materials and Furnishing
Introduction to the materials used in interior design and light-frame construction. Understanding of composition, functionality, fabrication methods, application and properties of materials, textiles, furnishings, and the processes involved in manufacture and constructability of interior elements is expected. Taught in conjunction with the study of building-constructed systems and sustainable practices, industry standards, and codes as applied to interior materials and furnishings, the role and responsibilities of interior design within the built environment will be understood. Classwork includes lectures from faculty and guests, reading, exercises, and examinations.

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Description Introduction to the materials used in interior design and light-frame construction. Understanding of composition, functionality, fabrication methods, application and properties of materials, textiles, furnishings, and the processes involved in manufacture and constructability of interior elements is expected. Taught in conjunction with the study of building-constructed systems and sustainable practices, industry standards, and codes as applied to interior materials and furnishings, the role and responsibilities of interior design within the built environment will be understood. Classwork includes lectures from faculty and guests, reading, exercises, and examinations.
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Audit, Credit, HECC Credit, NonCredit, Transfer Credit

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