Heartland Community College Master Course Syllabus Human Services Course Prefix and Number: DSGN 111 Course Title: Interior Design II DATE PREPARED: December 29, 1994 DATE REVISED: June 2000 PCS/CIP/ID NO: 16-200501-01 IAI NO. (if available): EFFECTIVE DATE OF FIRST CLASS: August 20, 1995 CREDIT HOURS: 3 CONTACT HOURS: 3 LECTURE HOURS: 3 LABORATORY HOURS: 0 CATALOG DESCRIPTION (Include specific prerequisites): An introduction to interior and exterior styles featuring the study of furniture and furnishings as related to residential and commercial design. Students will also study the various design movements, furniture arrangement and accessories, and challenges for the future. Content areas include furniture selection, styles, and furniture arrangement and wall composition; accessories; historic heritage of architecture and design; modern architecture and design. TEXTBOOKS: REQUIRED: Neilson & Taylor. (1994) Interiors: An Introduction. 2nd Ed. Madison, WI: Brown & Benchmark/McGraw Hill. RELATIONSHIP TO ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS AND TRANSFERABILITY: DSGN 111 was designed to meet specific student needs either individually or within a program. Transferability of this course will be determined by each transfer institution. Please see an academic advisor for an explanation concerning transfer options. COURSE OBJECTIVES (Learning Outcomes): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Make furniture selections that integrate the variables of the human factor, types of furniture, quality and craftsmanship, and upholstery. Describe furniture styles and their classification Desire furniture arrangements and wall compositions considering related guidelines, space, and client needs. Differentiate between functional and decorative accessories. Demonstrate effective selection and placement of accessories. Discuss the influence of various cultures and historical era on architecture and design. Discuss modern architecture and design dating from the beginning of Modernism to current trends and future needs. Analyze employment and business opportunities in the interior design arena as well as professional needs and trends. COURSE/LAB OUTLINE: I. II. III. IV. V. VI. Furniture Selection Furniture Arrangement Art and Accessories Building Systems Historic Design The Profession METHOD OF EVALUATION (Tests/Exams, Grading System): A combination of quizzes, exams, papers and class participation will determine the student's grade. REQUIRED WRITING AND READING: There will be two (2) papers assigned. Required reading will include textbook and periodicals/journals.