Stephanie McGoldrick

FullTime Lecturer

Art & Design

508-999-8740

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College of Visual & Performing Arts 352A


Teaching

Courses

Study of sustainable building concepts, green architecture strategies, and systems development. Students learn hierarchy as it relates to spatial allocation, corporate structure, corporate image, basic commercial office codes, and commercial office furnishing/equipment. A comprehensive studio project will encompass site and environmental planning, material and system selection, and integration of technology to create spaces that are functional, aesthetically interesting, and environmentally sound.

Study of sustainable building concepts, green architecture strategies, and systems development. Students learn hierarchy as it relates to spatial allocation, corporate structure, corporate image, basic commercial office codes, and commercial office furnishing/equipment. A comprehensive studio project will encompass site and environmental planning, material and system selection, and integration of technology to create spaces that are functional, aesthetically interesting, and environmentally sound.

Survey of variety of textile characteristics, finish methods, and furnishings. Emphasis is on the performance, maintenance, life cycle, costs, acoustic properties, sustainability, codes and environmental considerations, of interior finishes which are a part of the specifications process. Students learn standards and product specification-writing.

The goal of this course is to introduce the principles of good lighting practice, together with information about hardware and aesthetics. Students will be introduced to the rule-of-thumb formulas, calculations, and technical terminology that are necessary to put theory into practice. Aesthetic factors (such as color rendition and psychological factors related to the nature of various light sources) are considered in the context of the importance of the ambiance produced by the creative use of lighting. Notes: Workload per week: two hours of lecture, four hours of studio and nine hours of homework.

Focus on the functional and aesthetic requirements of the restaurant/food service and hospitality industry. This course presents the abstract, creative, and philosophical approach to moderate and large-scale design. Students are expected to have creative, competent design solutions while considering budgetary issues and the psychological/emotional responses of users as well as human factors of the physical space.

Focus on the functional and aesthetic requirements of the restaurant/food service and hospitality industry. This course presents the abstract, creative, and philosophical approach to moderate and large-scale design. Students are expected to have creative, competent design solutions while considering budgetary issues and the psychological/emotional responses of users as well as human factors of the physical space.

Advanced exploration of current industry topics.

Production of a traditional printed, digital, and web-based portfolio in preparation for the job market. Documentation, organization and enhancement of previous studio projects will be included. The course will integrate students' individual design experience into a variety of media types, which will become their calling card preparing them to compete in a global market.

Production of a traditional printed, digital, and web-based portfolio in preparation for the job market. Documentation, organization and enhancement of previous studio projects will be included. The course will integrate students' individual design experience into a variety of media types, which will become their calling card preparing them to compete in a global market.

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