IAD 102: Int Arch&Dsgn II: Residential
As a continuation of IAD 101, this courseÂ¿s central objective is to expand the concepts introduced in the previous class and to apply these to the design of living spaces. Students will learn an understanding of how culture and behavior influence the perception of the interior environment. Human factors theories such as anthropometrics and ergonomics are introduced and applied to projects. Participants determine program requirements and develop concepts and solutions to residential design problems. Various presentation methods are explored and students use their computers as in Studio I. In the second half of the semester, students apply their newly acquired CAD skills from IAD 107 and create an introductory set of working drawings for their studio project. Notes: Workload per week: two hours of lecture, four hours of studio and eight hours of homework. Prerequisite: IAD 101 or, if transfer student, studio closest to sequence.
Section 01: Undergraduate Studio
Location: Visual & Perf Arts 310