Interior Design Term 4

Monday – begin new project – Apartment design.  Students may work individually to have a one bedroom/one bathroom apartment/studio/efficiency/loft apartment, or work with one other person to have or three total.  No more than 3 people total. One bedroom for each person, up to three must have 2 1/2 baths.  List to purchase for first apartment:       Keep a total list of purchases deleting from $1,000.

Tuesday – begin drawing in 2 point perspective and kitchen designs:  (3:41) (Kitchen)    2 point perspective cityscape:   Kitchen sketch with markers:   (13:00)  (more complicated, but fun to watch)      Kitchen work triangles: (Ikea 2:44)   Kitchen work triangles: (:30)  Ch. 24 in Homes Today and Tomorrow- Work Centers pg. 529, The Work Triangle pg. 531-533.  Do’s and Don’ts When Planning Kitchen Layouts pg. 534.

Monday – Continued work on luxury aircraft design project

Thursday – 5/3 Begin working in design groups to design a corporate jet for a major company – ppt. description:

Friday – Laptops in room – work on Historical Architecture Style slide presentation. Should be completed today.  10 slides of photos and 4 slides of descriptions about the style.  Send presentation to Mrs. McCranie.

Thursday – 4/20   Lincoln’s Grand Houses:

Tuesday – Begin ch. 4, 5 and 6 on Architecture/Housing     Planning for the future, innovative thinking for future housing:  pg. 84-85 in new textbook:  FLOAT House and Mars-One space settlement.  Sustainability in housing

Monday – no school

Friday – no school – Easter weekend

Thursday – continue work on projects:  Color Scheme examples, Personality board with color schemes, presentation of Dentist Office, Principles of Design examples.

Wednesday – 4/12 – Review Color Schemes with ppt.   Color Scheme examples of each 5.  Color Scheme used on Pers. Business Project.

Pantone color of the year:

The Color Wheel:    Color Wheel:    Use of color changes in same room:       Elements and Principles of Design:–BRSA

Interior Design Trends 2017:

Waiting room furniture:   Dental clinic design:   Dental Office Design:   More dental office design:    Waiting room toys for children’s room:

Robeson Design:  10 Clever Home Hacks  from Youtube

Ch. on Color –



Extra ideas:


Careers of I.D.:

Friday – Continuation of the week’s assignments and placing finished project photos in portfolio to share with Mrs. McCranie

Thursday – Same as Wednesday

Wednesday – Same as Tuesday

Tuesday – Continue work on projects and Elements of Design presentations with client.

Monday – 4/3   Introduction to Principles of Design, Ch. 17 of textbook: Scale (also includes Human Scale – child size furniture) , Proportion, Emphasis, Unity and Variety, Balance:  Symmetrical and Asymmetrical, Rhythm  (5):  Repetition, Gradation, Opposition, Transition, and Radiation.   Begin Principles of Design Projects:  Find magazine examples of the Principles and fabric to label with each Principle – take photo for digital portfolio and send to Mrs. Mc.  Next project:  Multicultural Design board – No specific use of samples.  Begin with wallpaper background, then select samples that coordinate with the background you have chosen to reflect a culture YOU see.  Place the samples and the wallpaper on a board.  Add a typed-written paragraph explaining the culture you see, and how the samples reflect that.

Week 3

Thursday – Introduced Elements of Design with ppt. from Mrs. McCranie.  Dentist Office Project Requirements:  Elements of Design Project            Elements and Principles of Design:–BRSA

Wednesday – Continued work on tiny house project.  Example of good use of space with tiny house:

Tuesday – Begin tiny house project, with first floor plan 12’X13′ , using graph paper, simple lines, birds-eye-view, at least 1 window and door, must have kitchen – living-bathroom-sleeping space included with storage throughout.  Working with Needs instead of so much of Wants.

Monday -Read over the Course Mission Statement and Objectives of the class.  Use a textbook (red ones under the lower cupboards about 3 cupboards from the left) Homes Today and Tomorrow.    Introduce the needs of housing by looking at a Child’s Viewpoint – Assignment:  Each student have a child under the age of 10 draw their room or house and label as they want.  Discuss children’s drawings in gallery walk  – due in 2 weeks. 

Open to chapter 1 and begin reading together, looking at the terms in the front of the chapter. Have them write the terms and define them using their own paper. As you read through the chapter, stop and discuss different parts as it relates to the need of housing. Hand out the Chapter 1 Study guide and have them work in small groups of 3 to do this together. As they finish and hand this assignment in to you, they can have The Comforts of Home page to also work together doing and hand in. You should discuss the comforts of Home page with the class as you finish.

There is a tote tray of colored pencils in an upper cupboard about 3⁄4’s of the way from the left. Hand out the coloring pages and have them each take one and begin coloring. This connects with our discussion on Architecture and will help us observe different forms of housing needs. Hand in the process, finished or not.

Week 1    3/20   How to write like an architect: