I. Pattern and texture throughout the interior space
II. Window, floor, wall, and ceiling treatments
III. Functional analysis of client requirements
IV. Application of materials and color to interior objects and elevations
V. Coordination of furniture and materials
VI. Advanced space planning
VII. Presentation techniques
Third year studio shall focus on developing the student’s understanding of space, its constituents and its articulation as to how various elements (light, geometry, materials, color, texture) act in unison to produce the architectural experience, and the exercise to manipulate these very elements to achieve the required ambiance.
Each element mentioned above will become the basis of exploration and the exploration will culminate in a design proposal. This understanding of space or experience of architecture will in the 2nd term the key to designing. The students will understand that the experience of space goes beyond the function but always through it.
Course Learning Outcomes
On course completion the students will be able to:
1. apply basic interior design skills to more advanced interior design problems.
2. draw furniture in plan & elevation, which accurately represents the piece.
3. achieve good design skills and produce floor plans, elevations board presentation(s), title blocks and prints of drawings
4. use multiple line weights or thicknesses to clarify the drawings.
5. research and prepare a design in an ethnic style.
6. select and combine color, scale, pattern, and formality and textile selections to meet client preferences, ensure a workable environment, and create a well-designed interior.
7. select window treatments, wall and floor finishes which enhance the architectural structure.
The Ultimate Guide to Architecture Presentation Boards
How to Present Your Ideas to the Client
Book Title : Designing Commercial Interiors
Author : CHRISTINE M. PIOTROWSKI
Edition : 3rd Edition