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Cait Lanza

Part Time Lecturer

Art & Design

Contact

508-910-6863

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College of Visual & Performing Arts 313

Teaching

Programs

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Introduction to how culture and behavior influence the perception of the interior environment. Human factors theories such as anthropometrics and ergonomics are introduced and applied. Participants determine program requirements and develop concepts and solutions to residential design problems. Students apply CAD skills from IAD 107 to create a set of working drawings for studio projects.

Introduction to how culture and behavior influence the perception of the interior environment. Human factors theories such as anthropometrics and ergonomics are introduced and applied. Participants determine program requirements and develop concepts and solutions to residential design problems. Students apply CAD skills from IAD 107 to create a set of working drawings for studio projects.

Perspective, free hand sketches, and presentation. Students will plot one- and two-point perspective drawings mechanically from plans and elevations in order to acquire one of the primary presentation skills required by designers. Ideation drawings, sketches and render techniques in various drawing media are reviewed. Students also learn the many uses of digital graphic software for enhancement and presentation.

This course provides advanced exploration in current industry topics. Notes: Workload per week: one hour of lecture, five hours of studio and six hours of homework. Prerequisite: IAD 302 or, if transfer student, studio closest to sequence.