IND 216 Design Studio: Residential (4 credits)

Students are expected to apply their knowledge of basic design principles, concepts, and design process to analyze and solve residential interior design problems. Students study and apply principles of programming, space planning, and elements of design to create functional, attractive, accessible, and sustainable residential interiors. Special emphasis is placed on kitchen and bath design, and on National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) guidelines and standards. Oral presentation and manual and digital graphic 2D and 3D techniques are utilized to communicate project solutions. Prerequisites: IND 111 and 256; co-requisite: IND 247. Non-interior design students, with the appropriate background, may take this course with permission of department.