CAD for Interior Design II

INT 290 F; Cr: 3; Contact hrs: 90 The course objective is to give a basic knowledge of three-dimensional drawing and solid modeling. This course provides students with the basic tools for studying and presenting design concepts in three-dimensional form, and exploring the methods and materials of model construction. Topics include solid generation and composition, 3D orthographic views, perspectives, shading and rendering, management of lights and materials. The goal of this course is the use of solid modeling techniques not only as a representational method, but also to control and verify the creative process, giving the students the basics for analyzing and visualizing the interior space. Particular attention will be given to different ways of representing items in order to emphasize the individuality of each project.

Prereq: CAD for interior design I or equivalent.