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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
ID 2860
Class Description: 
This sophomore-level course examines the functional and aesthetic elements and considerations for residential environments within the context of current design philosophies, contemporary issues impacting housing and shelter, and best practices. Students investigate and apply design solutions for diverse client populations through projects that include appropriate space planning and spatial definition, furniture and finish selections, and presentation methods. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have the ability to recognize, evaluate, apply and present different residential design alternatives using problem-solving strategies based on socio-cultural needs, contemporary issues for human function and behavior specifically for safe and supportive residential environments. Prerequisites: ID 1550 Interior Materials and ID 2750 Architectural Perspectives + Rendering Techniques (ID 2750 may be taken concurrently)