Housing & Interior Design
Housing and Interior Design – 090109
Course Description: This course provides instruction in the physical, physiological and social influences of housing styles and option; exterior and interior design; selection, use and care of home furnishings and equipment; use of available resources for achieving improved living space to meet individual and family needs; and exposure to careers related to housing and interior design.
The student will analyze career paths within the housing, interior design, and furnishings industries.
House Styles from 1640-1720 (on-line – shared by C. Breese) http://www.authorstream.com/presentation/Sever-39203-HIDF-AmericanHousingStyle-sPartOne-American-Housing-Styles-Links-Past-Native-Homes-First-Colonists-americanho-Education-ppt-powerpoint/
The student will evaluate client’s needs, goals, and resources in creating design plans for housing and residential and commercial interiors.
No resources at this time. Please submit resources to Kristin Vest.
The student will analyze design and development of architecture, interiors, and furnishings through the ages.
The student will demonstrate design, construction document reading, and space planning skills required for the housing, interior design and furnishings industries.
Perspectives & Elevations
Perspectives and Elevations PowerPoint
Furniture Arrangement & Traffic Patterns
Furniture Arrangement & Traffic Patterns PowerPoint
Utility Areas, Laundry, Garages & Mechanical
Utility Areas, Laundry, Garages & Mechanical PowerPoint
The student will apply housing and interior design knowledge, skills and processes to meet specific design needs.
The student will evaluate housing and design concepts.
The student will apply design knowledge, skills, processes, and oral, written, and visual presentation skills to communicate design ideas.
Closure to Housing & Interior Design
Final Housing Project
Semester Test Review
Semester Test Review for Seniors in Housing & Interior Design