INT301, INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO III, COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Course Unit Title

INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO III

Course Unit Code

INT 301

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

12

Theoretical (hour/week)

2

Practice (hour/week)

8

Laboratory (hour/week)

6

Year of Study

3

Semester when the Course Unit is Delivered

6

Name of Lecturer

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alessandro Camiz

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisites and co-requisites

INT 202

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The main objectives of the course are:

 

1.To apply theoretical knowledge, improved technical skills and critical thinking to creative and innovative interior design

2:To develop a multi-disciplinary approach to the design process

3:To investigate different social, historical and cultural issues within the design process

4: To communicate their project using different media

 

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

 

1. Design a small contemporary intervention in an historical/archaeological context with particular focus on the interior spaces.

2. Connect research, professional practice and industrial products within the design process.

3. Express a personal critical and social approach to the contemporary architectural debate.

4. Generate innovative design responses to an advanced design brief.

5. Produce the required technical documentation.

 

Course Contents

Interior design within historical buildings and archaeological areas



INT302, INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO IV, COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Course Unit Title

INTERIOR DESIGN STUDIO IV

Course Unit Code

INT 302

Type of Course Unit

Compulsory

Level of Course Unit

Undergraduate

Number of ECTS Credits Allocated

12

Theoretical (hour/week)

2

Practice (hour/week)

8

Laboratory (hour/week)

6

Year of Study

3

Semester when the Course Unit is Delivered

7

Name of Lecturer

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alessandro Camiz

Mode of Delivery

Face to Face

Language of Instruction

English

Prerequisites and co-requisites

INT 301

Recommended Optional Programme Components

None

Work Placement(s)

None

Objectives of the Course

The main objectives of the course are:

 

1.    To promote critical thinking and design innovation in an interior architecture project

2.    To advance design and communication skills in the presentation of an interior architecture scheme

3.    To promote intellectual inquıry through research for an interior design project

4.    To apply ethical thinking and practice in a design approach

5.    To further advance specialized technology and processes knowledge

6.     To understand and apply interior architecture practical environment studies.

 

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

 

 

  1. Generate a design response that applies Universal Design principles
  2. Prepare technical documentation to support their design response
  3. Use advanced methods and techniques of communication to present their design
  4. Produce details of furniture, fittings and equipment’s for their design response
  5. Apply research findings to their design response