INDS 100 History of Interior Design and Furniture (Cr3) (3:0)
Survey of the development of interior design and furniture styles form antiquity to the present; history of interior space, architectural details and furniture; social, political, economic and technological perspectives as they relate to the interior aesthetic of each period; lectures supported with visual slides; one field trip.

INDS 105 Introduction to Interior Design (Cr3) (2:2)
Outline of period styles, decoration as related to architecture, analysis of line, character of form, and expression. Characteristics of the historical and modern periods in interior design and furniture. The work of the past and its modern adaption. A survey of design; architectural, industrial, and fashion, with particular emphasis on furniture and design. Formerly ARCH 105.

INDS 121 Graphics and Presentation Techniques for Interior Designers (Cr3) (2:2)
Continued development of the graphic language of architecture with emphasis on interiors. Hand skills are developed as orthographic drawings are extended to the format language of architecture and developed into formal plans, elevations, sections and details. Computer and hand skills continue to be incorporated as tools in the design process. Emphasis on color theory and color application is included. Presentation techniques will also be an emphasis, students will develop both graphic and oral presentation skills. Prereq.- ARCH 101 and 110 with a C or better; Coreq.- ARCH 150. Offered spring semester only.

INDS 130 Interior Materials and Structure (Cr3) (2:2)
Investigation, analysis, evaluation, history, manufacturing, and application of decorative textiles, wall and floor coverings, and accessories. Proper relationships of line, form, color, and texture. Formerly ARCH 125. Offered spring semester only.

INDS 160 Bath and Lighting Design (Cr3) (3:0)
Investigation of bath design through aesthetics, materials and ergonomic considerations; space analysis, programming and planning; design projects including bath layouts, materials, counters, and storage; wall and floor surface material; lighting design as it relates to baths; furniture, cabinetry, light fixtures, and space planning. Prereq. - INDS 121 with C or better. Offered spring semester only.

INDS 165 Kitchen and Lighting Design (Cr3) (3:0)
Investigation of kitchen design through aesthetics, materials and ergonomic considerations; space analysis, programming and planning; design projects including kitchen layouts, materials, counters, storage and fixtures; wall and floor surface material; lighting design as it relates to kitchens; furniture and cabinetry design and space planning as it relates to the kitchen environment. Prereq. - INDS 121 with C or better. Offered fall semester only.

INDS 200 Professional Internship (Cr3) (0:0:160 practicum)
General office experience giving the student a broad exposure to the practice environment; student work under the direction of a design professional to gain hands-on experience applying knowledge and skills in the practice setting. Gives students the opportunity to apply practical office experience for credit, particularly students already working in the field.

INDS 225 Residential Interior Design Studio (Cr3) (2:2)
Assembling and harmonizing furniture and decorative objects from the point of view of utility and beauty. Analysis of furniture arrangement and room composition, draperies and window treatments, and lighting. Practical problems illustrating the requirements of certain types of residential rooms. Incorporation of the computer as a design tool. Preparation of written research and design position papers on assigned design problems and their solutions. Formerly ARCH 225. Prereq. - INDS 121 with C or better. Offered fall semester only.

INDS 255 Commercial Interior Design Studio (Cr3) (3:2)
The application of the design fundamentals and trade information to problems of contract interior design. Emphasis on space analysis and planning, coordination of furnishings and equipment, design function, and aesthetics of interior space in relation to individual and group needs. Incorporation of the computer as a design tool. Design projects, the procedure and development of a design project from start to completion. Preparation of written research and design position papers on assigned design problems and their solutions. Formerly ARCH 255; only one may be applied to graduation. Prereq. - INDS 105, ARCH 101, ARCH 110; Coreq.- ARCH 265, INDS 160. Offered spring semester only.

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