IND 220 CAD STUDIO

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WILLIAM RAINEY HARPER COLLEGE
CAREER AND TECHNICAL PROGRAMS DIVISION
GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE
IND
Course
Prefix
220
Course
Number
CAD STUDIO
Course Title
(2-2)
Lec-Lab
3
Semester
Hours
COURSE DESCRIPTION
Covers advanced CAD techniques for two-dimensional space planning and interior elevations.
Introduces 3-Dimensional CAD and 3-D Sketching to develop perspectives and walk-throughs
of interior spaces. Emphasizes development of computer graphics to augment and represent
interior spaces.
Prerequisite: Prerequisite: ATE 105 with grade of C or better
TOPICAL OUTLINE
I.
Review and testing skill levels
II.
Elevations
III.
Wall sections and details
IV.
Reflected ceiling plans
V.
Isometric drawing
VI.
Gradient hatch rendering
VII. Solid modeling of simple shapes
VIII. Complex solid models
IX.
Sketching for communication
METHODS OF PRESENTATION
1.
Lecture
2.
Demonstration
3.
Readings
4.
Computer applications
STUDENT OUTCOMES (The student should…)
1.
utilize CAD for design development and documentation by effectively using the basic and
advanced tools a designer will need in their work.
2.
have the ability to conceptually design space studies and solutions using various CAD
platforms and customized settings within the CAD environment.
3.
effectively use CAD in a workflow process from initial design concepts, to client
presentation and final design documents.
4.
be familiar and comfortable with the 2D and 3D environment for developing design
documents and transmitting CAD information between various CAD and business
software platforms.
5.
utilize basic and efficiency tools, drawing complex objects, defining blocks and attributes,
using external references and image files, using layouts and creating sheet sets.
6.
define spaces and areas for building design, creating elevations, sections and detail
drawings, schedules and using styles for annotation.
IND 220 CAD STUDIO CONTINUED
7.
8.
9.
10.
setup of perspective drawings, assign materials, cameras, images and rendering output
images.
transmit CAD drawings via the internet for client and subcontractor use.
understand and use effectively CAD standards in the design environment.
able to trouble-shoot design problems and communicate solutions with computer-aided
technology.
METHODS OF EVALUATION
1. Successful completion of assigned computer projects
2. Tests
TEXTBOOKS/INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS
Kirkpatrick, Beverly and James, AutoCad 2007 for Interior Design and Space Planning, 1st
edition, New Jersey, Pearson Education, Inc./Prentice Hall, 2007
PREPARED BY:
Jacque Mott
Fall 2006
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