IND 103 History of Furniture and Interior Architecture

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WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE
CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS
GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE
IND
Course
Prefix
103
Course
Number
History of Furniture and Interior Architecture
Course Title
(3-0)
Lec-Lab
3
Semester
Hours
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Surveys furniture, design motifs, and structures from antiquity to the present. Studies
authentic designs and their relationship to contemporary applications. Examines the
basis for determining the taste level and quality of reproductions and adaptations to the
market today.
TOPICAL OUTLINE:
I. Antiquities
II. Middle Ages/Gothic
III. Italian Renaissance
IV. French
V. English
VI. American
VII. Contemporary
METHOD OF PRESENTATION:
1. Slides
2. Lecture
3. Reading assignments
4. Field trips
STUDENT OUTCOMES (The student should….)
1. identify the different styles of furnishings and architecture.
2. develop and utilize a vocabulary of interior design terminology.
3. observe the formality, motifs, textiles, materials, and window treatments used in a
specific period design.
METHODS OF EVALUATION :
1. Tests
2. Quizzes
3. Term paper
4. Furniture history notebook
TEXTBOOKS/INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS:
Crochet, Treena, The Designers Guide to Furniture Styles, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall,
2003
REVIEWED BY: Jacque Mott
Fall 2006
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