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ID 316 — Interior Design Studio VI

4 credits; 8 lab hours

This course builds upon studies initiated in ID 315, with additional advanced focus on collaboration with professionals from various fields. This collaboration is necessary to address complexity of human interactions with the built environment, and to utilize available advanced strategies, materials, and technologies. Students explore holistic strategies and principles for interior environments, and further develop programming skills and design analysis methods. They experiment with complex sustainable design decisions that intend to balance impact on global and local environments, on economy, human health, safety and wellbeing. Knowledge and application of major building blocks of interior design professional practice are further developed.
Prerequisite(s): ID 315
Corequisite(s): EN 323.