(IDES) INTERIOR DESIGN
Department of Architecture
Michael D. Hagge, M.Arch., Chair
Room 404, Jones Hall
Additional fees are charged for some Interior Design courses. See the online class
listings or the Expenses section of the Catalog.
In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics
IDES 4510. Special Topics in Interior Design. (1-6). Varied topics in online class listings. May be repeated by permission for a maximum
of 6 hours credit. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.
IDES 1110 - Interior Color + Composition (3)
Application of color theory and design composition to specific requirements of interior design practice, through lectures and studio assignments. PREREQUISITE: ARCH 2611.
IDES 2110 - Interior Design Rendering (3)
(ART 1234). Use of black-white and color media for one and two-point perspective illustration; assignments in line, texture, shade-shadow, volume, color, freehand drawing and drafting. PREREQUISITE: ARCH 1112, IDES 1110.
IDES 2411 - Lighting the Built Environment (3)
Comprehensive study of lighting sources and principles, color and design applications, including circuiting, switching, dimming systems, task ambient lighting and industry resources. Zonal cavity method and point source calculations applied through lectures and studio assignments. PREREQUISITE: ARCH 1112, ARCH 2611, IDES 1110, and 1 required math course or permission of instructor.
IDES 2441 - Interior Construction Drafting (3)
Principles of building construction and their application through development of working drawings for both residential and commercial projects; building methods and materials studied through lectures and studio assignments. PREREQUISITE: IDES 2110.
IDES 2470 - Components of Interiors (3)
Technical aspects of building types and building systems; surface and structural materials of interior design in relation to building codes and public health, safety and welfare; drafting of details included.. PREREQUISITE: IDES 1110.
IDES 2711 - Interior Design Studio 1 (3)
Projects to introduce design precedents, typology, form, space, order, meaning and place; understanding of specific cultural, social and physical contexts of architecture and design. Use of black-white and color media for one and two point perspective illustrations; assignments in line, texture, shade-shadow, volume, color, freehand drawing and drafting. PREREQUISITE: ARCH 1112. COREQUISITE: IDES 2470, ARCH 2611.
IDES 2712 - Interior Design Studio 2 (3)
Integration of concepts and methods as applied to building types, design, construction, and systems with a focus on development of design solutions integrating formally expressive visual ideas and functionally adept planning and design concepts. PREREQUISITE: IDES 2711. COREQUISITE: ARCH 2612.
IDES 3211 - Arch/Interiors/Furniture 1 (3)
Major trends through 18th century; exploring impact of technology and social changes.
IDES 3212 - Arch/Interiors/Furniture 2 (3)
Major trends in 19th century to present; exploring impact of technology and social change.
IDES 3213 - Survey of Interiors+Furniture (3)
Major historical periods and trends in the development of interior design and furniture from Renaissance to present; primary emphasis on principles of aesthetic philosophy and design theory. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.
IDES 3221 - I D Human Factors (3)
Overview of issues related to health and safety, ergonomics, anthropometrics, perception, socio-behavioral response, physically ability, "Universal Design", and theory. PREREQUISITE: IDES 2470 or permission of instructor.
IDES 3430 - I D Business Practice (3)
History and organization of interior design profession; study of business methods and practices; formulation of resume and design portfolio. PREREQUISITE: IDES 3711, or permission of instructor.
IDES 3442 - Interior Detail Drawing (3)
Principles of building construction and its application through development of working drawings including design and drawing of interior millwork and casework; production and specification for construction studied through lectures and studio assignments. PREREQUISITE: IDES 2470.
IDES 3460 - Sustainability/Interior Design (3)
To integrate quality environmental design, the built environment and facilities planning and management, while responding to the demands of the current social and economic climate. Participants will be asked to contribute ten (10) hours of sustainability community service of their choice. PREREQUISITE: IDES 2470 or permission of instructor.
IDES 3711 - Interior Design Studio 3 (4)
Application of material covered in basic interior design courses to theoretical designs for complete environments; design development, production of working and presentation drawings and specifications studied through lectures and studio projects. PREREQUISITE: IDES 2441, 2470 or permission of instructor. COREQUISITE: ARCH 3421.
IDES 3712 - Interior Design Studio 4 (4)
Comprehensive assignment in commercial design including design development, space planning, building code requirements, and construction and specification documentation for barrier free design studied through lectures and design assignments. PREREQUISITE: IDES 3442.
IDES 4021 - I D Independent Study (1-6)
Independent research in selected area of interior design under supervision of Department of Architecture faculty. PREREQUISITE: permission of instructor.
IDES 4430 - Interior Design Internship (3)
Experiential learning to be achieved through an approved work assignment with a design firm, appropriate public or private entity, or a Department of Architecture faculty. PREREQUISITE: IDES 3711 and permission of instructor.
IDES 4713 - Interior Design Studio 5 (4)
Further advanced studio assignments in commercial interior design studied through lectures and design projects. PREREQUISITE: ARCH 3431, IDES 3712 .
IDES 4714 - Interior Design Studio 6 (4)
Comprehensive design; addresses creative, professional, technical and historical issues involved in problem chosen and defined by student and approved by faculty. PREREQUISITE: IDES 4713. [I]
IDES 4910 - Interior Design Seminar (1-3)
Study and research in specific area of interior design resulting in program brief for IDES 4714. PREREQUISITE: IDES 4713.
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