1060 - Final Studio: Interior Design
Design by Michael Camara
In this final studio course, Interior Design students put it all together, undertaking interior design projects requiring in-depth research including historical styles, cultural influences and special-purpose spaces. The final project is an opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge of major interior design components: lighting, finishes, building codes, millwork and material standards. Business practices and methods for presenting design solutions are also covered for those who are about to begin, or who have already commenced, a career in interior design.
Special Schedule: Class meets over the course of the 12-week term, with meetings established by the instructor. Students also work independently between class meetings. A final portfolio highlighting the final project is assembled as part of the final deliverables and a review is included at the end of the semester and will be scheduled with your instructor.
PrerequisitesStudents must be an adult age 18 or older to participate.
- 1047 - Project Management for Interior Designers (Pass)
- 0812 - Interior Design Studio II: Public Spaces (Pass)
- 9021 - Interior Design Studio II: Public Spaces (Part A) (Pass)
- 9022 - Interior Design Studio II: Public Spaces (Part B) (Pass)
- 1015 - Lighting for Interior Design (Pass)
- 1039 - Understanding Building Materials, Systems and Methods of Construction (Pass)
- 4440 - Revit for Interior Design (Pass)
- 4431 - AutoCAD for Interiors (Pass)
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Animation : Electives
- Graphic Design : Electives
- Interactive Design : Electives
- Jewelry Making + Design : Electives
- Natural Science Illustration : Electives
- Painting Studies : Electives
- Photography : Electives
- Product Development + Manufacturing : Electives
- Residential Interior Design : Level II: Concentration