Provides practical application of interior design concepts to the nonresidential design project. Students will work both individually and in groups, on a variety of nonresidential problems with emphasis on issues of accessibility and ergonomics. Communication of design concepts via a variety of media and presentations will be required. Two class hours, two laboratory hours.
Prerequisites: IDE 201.
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Fall Semester 2014
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