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Using Evidence-Based Design Accreditation and Certification guidelines (EDAC), the purpose of this study is to identify lighting design techniques that address environmental related activities and their behavioral consequences.
Traditional curricular approaches to lighting often result in mundane design solutions. Integration of experiential lighting activities throughout the studio sequence may encourage more innovative approaches.
A pilot study integrating lynda.com tutorials with traditional teaching methods such as lecture/demonstration and textbook assignments into interior and apparel design courses that teach Autodesk Revit, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
This presentation approaches the problem of fabrication, the interior environment and learning as one in which students will build fidelity through making a set of surfaces exploring pattern, scale, light and translucency. The students during the term examined pattern, texture and materials producing their first set of materials boards following general instructions. The students then experimented with making their own interior “materials” in a panel divided into four quadrants. Four basic themes were assigned for consideration: opaque and heavy; translucent and light; translucent and deep; transparent and shallow.
A faculty assembled a team of five undergraduates and one graduate student from three different design departments (interiors, graphic design, and fashion) to research, curate, design, and (partially) fabricate an exhibit encompassing twenty-eight modern designers representing their respective disciplines.
While informed design practices are increasingly touted, practitioners rarely utilize scholarly sources. This study gathered practitioner perceptions regarding emerging media for sharing empirical information.
Data collected from interior design program chairs at CIDA accredited institutions will be used to determine the preferred terminal degree requirement for teaching interior design at the university or college level.
Lisa Waxman, Amy Huber, Stephanie Clemons, Lena McLane, March 2016
This presentation will discuss a case study completed by students within two CIDA accredited interior design programs. A Herman Miller researcher helped shape the research questions and the site selection.
The implication underlying employing the genetic algorithm in this research is that it allows the malleable structure of archetypes derived from precedent studies to be visible and so that they become dynamic sources of ideation. The result of this research will reframe the way designers use precedent studies by allowing designers and students to observe the hidden opportunities related to each archetype. In addition, this research will redefine formative exploration and possibly facilitate the innovative ideation process.
This research focuses on designing pedestrian pathways and tunnels which looked at the impact of the design on visitors 'experience, and to link the newly architecture with the ancient traditional one.