Maricopa Community Colleges  INT190   19886-19975 
Official Course Description: MCCCD Approval: 03/10/87
INT190 19886-19975 L+L 3 Credit(s) 6 Period(s)
Interior Design II
Advanced study of color and design elements as applied to studio problems; experience with space planning using floor plans and interior elevations; preparation of basic presentation boards and documents. Creative expression through the use of interior elements emphasized. Prerequisites: INT105 and DFT121.
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MCCCD Official Course Competencies:
INT190   19886-19975 Interior Design II
1. Apply basic color theory including effect of color, color coordination and color psychology. (I)
2. Create furniture layouts using standard allowances and measurements. (II)
3. Demonstrate knowledge of traffic flow in creating functional arrangements. (II)
4. Draw interior elevations to illustrate design concept. (III)
5. Prepare presentation boards including furniture layouts, elevations, illustrations and material selections. (III)
6. Compile furniture and furnishings schedules and specifications coordinated with presentation boards. (III)
7. Identify and use various light sources and luminaires in residential applications. (IV)
8. Describe the effect of light quantity and quality in residences. (IV)
9. Use accessorization techniques to choose and place accessories. (V)
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MCCCD Official Course Outline:
INT190   19886-19975 Interior Design II
    I. Color theory and application
        A. Effects of color
        B. Coordination and combination of colors
        C. Psychological impact of color
      II. Furniture layout and space planning
          A. Floor plans
          B. Elevations
        III. Basic presentation techniques
            A. Board layout and design
            B. Sample and materials board
            C. Furniture/furnishings selections
            D. Schedules and specifications
            E. Coordination of presentation elements
          IV. Lighting elements and application
              A. Sources
                1. Incandescent
                2. Fluorescent
                3. High intensity discharge
              B. Effects of light
            V. Accessorization
                A. Choices
                B. Placement
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