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Interior Design

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Thursdays, Oct 26 - Dec 7 | 6:30-9:30pm | No Class: 11/23
ages 18+ | RISD Campus | 2017/CF-INDES-4433
6 sessions | 18 contact hours | tuition $345


Description

A thoughtfully designed kitchen celebrates color, pattern, texture and functionality while providing the interior designer with endless possibilities for invention and reconfiguration. You'll focus on the kitchen as you build a design brief that examines traffic and usage patterns, lighting requirements and solutions for ventilation and storage needs. Material science and product specifications, from fixtures and appliances to wall and floor coverings, are a significant consideration as you consider economy, responsible use and manufacture and installation timelines. Design for the human factor, such as scale, ergonomics and psychology, informs the development of original ideas presented as drawings and physical models. By the end of the class, you'll have a concept and presentation for a kitchen design and the project management tools to make it a reality.

Applies to: ID-E

Prerequisite: Drafting + Rendering for Interiors or Drawing + Rendering for Product Development


Instructor
  • Name: Kellie Suplicki (Bio)
Course Details

Saturday, Oct 21 | 10am-4pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CF-INDES-4438
1 session | 6 contact hours | tuition $130


Description

Kristen Lemoine, home designer/interior stylist and owner of Home Imagined, leads students through an introductory interior styling workshop focused on design trends for 2018. You'll explore how to identify your personal design style, and home in on client visions while tuning in to your own expertise during styling execution. You'll be guided through the best practices to follow while "treasure hunting," and learn how to work with what is available on any budget.

This course is held at the Westerly Education Center.


Instructor
  • Name: Kristen Lemoine (Bio)
Course Details

Saturday, Sep 30 | 10am-2pm
ages 18+ | Off-Campus | 2017/CF-PRNT-4141
1 session | 4 contact hours | tuition $85


Description

Thinking and making are the parallel competencies of thoughtful design practice, whether graphic, interior, advertising or web. Award-winning graphic designer and teacher Dina Zaccagnini Vincent will introduce the conceptual development phase of design workflow, which functions as the foundation for a successful project.

This course is held at the Westerly Education Center.


Instructor
  • Name: Dina Zaccagnini Vincent (Bio)