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Basic Interior Space Planning

This is an introduction to planning interior spaces for students without drafting skills. Learn what it means to be an interior designer and apply conceptual approaches to interior design problems. Through sessions on color, scale and proportion, lighting, furniture arrangement, floor and wall treatments, and client psychology, learn to conceptualize and plan creative solutions for interior spaces. Master freehand drawing of floor plans. Complete one interior design project, from beginning concept through finished visual and verbal presentation. Learn about the use of equipment, tools, and scale drawings.

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  • Format: On Campus
  • Section: C
  • Course Number: CRN 5285 - PCID 0101 C
Instructor
Pamela Hersch
Pamela Hersch
Pamela S. Hersch has been the Principal Architect at Towne Architects for over 15 years specializing in high-end residential architecture & interior design, hospitality & educational facilities. She has extensive experience in cabinetry/woodwork for libraries, home offices, high-end kitchens and baths. Pamela had received her Bachelors of Architecture from Louisianna State University & has been a faculty ...
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Jan 28 - Apr 29
Monday
7:00 - 9:30 PM
Spring 2019
CRN 5285
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What you will learn
  • Principles of scale in design
  • Basic principles of space planning (various approaches)
  • Basic representation techniques
  • Color, materials, lighting and furnishings in interior design
  • Programming and client requirements
Benefits
  • Students will be able to transform a rudimentary concept into a design
  • Students will be able to make use of diverse materials in their design concepts
  • Students should be able to integrate lighting into their design concepts
  • Students will know and be able to make use of color in their design concepts
  • Students will be able to integrate all of the above into presentation boards and how to present to a client
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