Rose Mary Botti-Salitsky

Rose Mary Botti-Salitsky

Full Time Lecturer

Art & Design

508-910-6863

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College of Visual & Performing Arts 313


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This course introduces the students to the principles, elements and history of design. Students will examine and begin to work with the physical and psychological relationships that exist in the environment. Emphasis will be placed on visual literacy and problem solving methodology, building a strong foundation for the design process itself. Various types and progressive levels of design problems will be engaged, all in preparation for subsequent studio courses. Computers will be integrated into this studio. Notes: Workload per week: two hours of lecture, four hours of studio and eight hours of homework.

The primary emphasis of this course is to familiarize students with the nature of perspective. By learning to plot one- and two-point perspective drawings mechanically from plans and elevations, students will acquire one of the primary presentation skills required by designers. Skills in freehand perspective drawing and basic visual judgment will also be developed. Prerequisite: IAD 107.

The primary emphasis of this course is to familiarize students with the nature of perspective. By learning to plot one- and two-point perspective drawings mechanically from plans and elevations, students will acquire one of the primary presentation skills required by designers. Skills in freehand perspective drawing and basic visual judgment will also be developed. Prerequisite: IAD 107.

Concentrating on institutional design projects, presents large scale design problems with challenging code and functional issues to be treated creatively and competently. Emphasis is placed on maintenance, equipment requirements, budgetary considerations, code concerns and human factors as they relate to the physical, psychological and emotional responses people have to the spaces they use.

Concentrating on institutional design projects, presents large scale design problems with challenging code and functional issues to be treated creatively and competently. Emphasis is placed on maintenance, equipment requirements, budgetary considerations, code concerns and human factors as they relate to the physical, psychological and emotional responses people have to the spaces they use.

Study of furniture and interiors from the earliest known examples to present-day. The course will be presented in philosophical, political, and economic contexts, with cross-references to architecture and other applied arts, enabling students to understand the factors which influence design.

The impact of resilient design as it relates to a community¿s ability to predict, react and adapt during unanticipated factors. Strategies and tools required for resilient design focusing on historical built environments and business continuity planning, students will analyze and observe various resilient design approaches used across the globe and explore these important cultural and geographical differences through international travel.

The impact of resilient design as it relates to a community¿s ability to predict, react and adapt during unanticipated factors. Strategies and tools required for resilient design focusing on historical built environments and business continuity planning, students will analyze and observe various resilient design approaches used across the globe and explore these important cultural and geographical differences through international travel.

Selection of a specific type of design for thesis based on accumulated knowledge and design maturity. This course is devoted to original research programming and documentation. This is a writing-intensive course with each student producing a written program documenting their findings, analysis and recommendations in preparation for Thesis Studio.

A continuation of IAD 440 Pre-Thesis: Programmatic Research demonstrating aptitude for the Interior Architecture + Design profession. Thesis topics represent student¿s individuality and acquired written, verbal and visual communication skills. Students work with internal and an external advisor with expertise in the students¿ focus area of design. The course requires weekly critiques and a final presentation to a selected review committee.

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