IND 215 Design Studio: Commercial (4 credits)

Students are expected to apply their knowledge of basic design principles, concepts, and design process to analyze and solve commercial interior design problems. Students study and apply principles of programming, concept getting, space planning, and elements of design, including material and finish selections, to create functional, attractive, accessible and sustainable commercial interiors. This design studio course focuses on specific user groups and commercial project types such as institutional, corporate, and retail. Oral presentation and manual and digital graphic 2D and 3D techniques are utilized to communicate project solutions. This class meets for six hours per week. Prerequisite: IND 111; co-requisites: IND 246 and 256. Fall semesters only.