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ID 115 — Interior Design Studio I

4 credits; 8 lab hours

An introduction to the interior design profession, with an emphasis on problem solving for small residential spaces. Elements and principles of design are explored as well as human factors, color theory, and the art of lighting. Students are introduced to residential space planning, furniture layouts, the development of color schemes, and the selection of finishes, furnishings, and materials.
Co-requisite(s): ID 133 and ID 157.