Maricopa Community Colleges  INT190   20046-20065 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 04/27/04
INT190 20046-20065 L+L 3 Credit(s) 6 Period(s)
Space Planning
Study of creative, critical, analytical and strategic thinking as it relates to human behavior and the built environment. Emphasis on the design process and tasks within each phase of the process. Stresses creative expression through the utilization of design elements and principles. Prerequisites: INT105 and DFT121. INT140 or DFT105 recommended but not required.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
INT190   20046-20065 Space Planning
1. Use problem identification and interviewing skills to create a concept statement. (I)
2. Create a schematic design using bubble diagrams and adjacency matrix. (II)
3. Design an interior space applying the design development process from concept to presentation. (III)
4. Develop construction documents including specifications and schedules that support a design project. (IV)
5. Explain the use of punch lists and diagnostic evaluations at project completion. (V)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
INT190   20046-99999 Space Planning
    I. Programming
        A. Problem identification
          1. Client profile survey
          2. Interviewing
        B. Field measuring
        C. Concept statement
      II. Schematic Design
          A. Bubble diagrams
          B. Adjacency matrix
          C. Space studies
            1. Space utilization
            2. Traffic flow
            3. Accessibility
            4. Ergonomics
        III. Design Development
            A. Selection of furniture, fixtures and equipment
            B. Selection and application of art and accessories
            C. Floor plans and elevations
            D. Three-dimensional renderings
            E. Preliminary budgets
            F. Justifying design solutions based on client profile
          IV. Construction Documents
              A. Specifications
              B. Drawings
                1. Sheet layout
                2. General notes
                3. Key notes
              C. Finish plans and schedules
              D. Furniture plans and schedules
              E. Reflected ceiling plan and legend
              F. Electrical plan
              G. Detailed drawings
            V. Contract Administration
                A. Punch list
                B. Diagnostic evaluations
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