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Interior Design – Test 1 Vocabulary: I. Residential and Contract a. Space planning (interrelation of space) i. Building (here or there) ii. Size b. Analyze needs  i. What u want c. Code and Regulation i. Safety (stairs and flooring) d. Communication : drawing and verbal i. Listen to what they are telling you  ii. Draw and label e. Collaboration i. With user and with other professionals II. Interior a. Aesthetics / Art / Beauty b. Function/ Science / Technology c. Social behavior / human factors d. Overlapping i. Color and light – light changes picture ii. Line, shape, form, and texture iii. Manipulation of space for function or purpose iv. Materials v. It is not always about look vi. Creativity 1. within budget 2. with space vii. safety and function 1. what floor is good
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2. cleaning  III. Becoming an Interior Designer a. NCIDU test b. Register with state c. 2 years experience IV. Design a. Arrangement of parts or colors b. Plan or purpose c. Conscience process, deliberate act of forming materials to fit a  certain utilitarian or aesthetic function d. Formal study with main interaction proximate environment;  personal environment, come with in architecture and forms link  between architecture and man, particularly but not limited to  furniture V. Evaluating Design (problem solving) a. Understand problems and then view the solution in relation to the  problem b. Analyze the solution it must be views in terms of aethstitics,  function and in the text (structural, material, and social or  behavioral qualities) c. By looking at situations outside the art and professional design we  can identify characteristics that define excellence d. Color can help VI. Types of design a. Natural design i. Changes to suit needs ii. Natural response b. Vernacular design i. Done by people with no training (making tents) ii.  Fulfill a need without formal efforts c. Technical design i. Share characteristics of beauty and directness that others  have but are a result of a functional design ii. Appearance is not a primary goal iii. Functional requirement or purpose dictate format iv. Efficiency of material (use of as few a possible)
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v. Structural properties dictate form VII. Understanding the elements and principles of design a. Organization of space respond to functional review i. Involve physical, visual, and psychological  ii. Different pattern or organization 1. a restaurant with a smoking and non smoking  room b. design concepts (the central idea of space) i. the art is compatible with purpose ii. creating a total cohesive expression  iii. grow out of function and aesthetics c. expression i. integral to the meaning of the space ii. not only guess work iii. comfy chairs keep you longer
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2008 for the course ID 1051 taught by Professor Mcdowell during the Fall '07 term at LSU.

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