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.
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