Apparel Merchandising / Interior Design | Interior Design IV: The Workplace
H374 | 0545 | Landis
Meeting Day and Time: T, R, 1 4
Course Description and Content
P: H373. Design of work spaces for a variety of individuals and
organizations. Integration of organizational, ergonometric,
technical, spatial, and environmental factors.
Required Texts and Readings
Panero & Zelnik, (1979), Human Dimension and Interior
Space. New York: Whitney
Piotrowski & Rogers (1999), Designing for Commercial
Interiors, New York: Wiley
Reznikoff, S.C., (1986), Interior Graphic and Design
Standards. New York: Whitney
Reznikoff, S.C., Specifications for Commercial Interiors. New York:
Riggs, J.R., Materials & Components of Interior Architecture. Upper
Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall
Outline Course Requirements
Completion of 2 projects focusing on various kinds of
commercial space such as retail and offices. Introduction to
American with Disability Act.
Completion of a series of exercises to expand conceptual
thinking and drawing.
Course requires substantial investment of time and materials.