DESIGN FOR INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTS
2006/2007, Semester 1
School of Design and Environment (Architecture)
Modular Credits: --
The objective of this module is to enable students to explore innovative ideas in the design of interior spaces, fixtures and systems. It will include the study of ambience factors. Human factors in relation to the use of space, circulation, anthropometrics and space standards will also be addressed. Major topics include interior systems, environment, ambience factors and materials for interior systems. It will include the study of trends in the design of interior systems as well as the products and accessories that are associated with them.
Prerequisites: ID2101 & ID2102 or ID2103 & ID2104 Preclusions: All non-Industrial Design students
1 lecture hours per week.
7 tutorial hours per week.
0 lab hours per week.
0 hours for projects, assignments, fieldwork etc per week.
14 hours for preparatory work by a student per week.