ARC 161◊ Residential Interior Design

3 credits

An introductory course in the interior design of residential spaces. The functional, financial, social and aesthetic aspect of home and its furnishings are studied through studio work in evaluation of house and apartment plans and selection and arrangement of furnishings. The elements and principles of interior design are studied. Selection of furniture, color, materials, lighting and accessories are covered, along with an introductory look at kitchen and bath design. (formerly INT 160)

Lecture: 2 hours

Laboratory: 3 hours

(course fee required)