An introduction to the basic elements and principles of residential design theory. Applied projects will utilize basic design problem-solving processes which include consideration of the physical, functional and psychological needs of varying users. Ergonomic and anthropometric data are spatially considered and implemented into residential interior spaces. Not available for supplemental. Instruction (6.0). Equivalent to: IDM-181, IDM-180. Requisite Courses: Take IDM-1179 (Required, Previous).
IDM-1181 Residential Design Studio - 3.00 credits