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Interior Design | Saddleback College


ID-110 Fundamentals of Interior Design:

COURSE     TICKET   DAY              TIME         INSTRUCTOR
ID 110           12455        ONLINE     6/1 – 7/26       A. Heneghan
ID 110           12400        ONLINE     6/15 – 8/9       H. Graves


ID 122 History of Interior Architecture and Furnishings I : 

COURSE     TICKET   DAY              TIME         INSTRUCTOR
ID 122           12600        ONLINE       6/15 – 8/9     M. Curry

How to sign up for the course?

Classes suggested for beginning Interior Design students:

  • ID 110* – FUNDAMENTALS OF INTERIOR DESIGN
  • ID 112   – BEGINNING DRAFTING FOR INTERIORS (required for many classes)
  • ID 114   – APPLIED COLOR AND DESIGN THEORY FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
  • ID 116   – INTERIOR MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS
  • ID 133   – RENDERING AND RAPID VISUALIZATION FOR INTERIOR DESIGN
  • ID 123   – INTERIOR DESIGN ILLUSTRATION
  • ID 122* – HISTORY OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND FURNISHINGS I 
  • ID 125* – HISTORY OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE AND FURNISHINGS II

* Courses satisfy General Education (GE) requirements in the Arts for

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Interior Design | COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN

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Darius LeBeaux

Bachelor of Interior Design

Darius LeBeaux didn’t come to LSU intending to study interior design. “I was a biology major first, and I found myself unhappy,” he shared.

When he was young, Darius was interested in interior design without necessarily realizing it: he would re-arrange the furniture in his room every season, and when he arrived to new spaces he liked to run through to explore them, curious about the new interiors.

“I wanted to be able to use my creativity, and I was curious about interior design, so I decided to switch.”

That curiosity grew into passion. “What interests me the most about interior design is the design process: coming up with a concept, space planning, and construction documents – because every project has its own challenges. Those challenges make you think and learn something new every time.”

As a designer Darius aspires to create spaces “where

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Interior Design – Bridgerland Technical College

The Interior Design program prepares students for a fast-paced, competitive industry that demands high professional standards. Students will be introduced to the latest and most relevant 3D software programs in the design industry such as:  Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AutoCAD, Revit, and SketchUp Pro. The learning environment is project-based, focusing on creative and technical skills while applying software programs.  Coursework includes design theory, space planning, architectural detailing, building codes, and calculations. Students are mentored by industry professional instructors who provide one-on-one support.

Qualifying students will be provided with client projects, field trips, and possible internships at the Las Vegas World Market. Upon completion of this competency-based certificate, students are prepared to begin their career in the Interior Design industry.

Program Objectives:

  • Graduates will demonstrate competency in creative and technical skills by taking a client’s inspiration to a complete design concept.
  • Graduates will prepare and present client projects demonstrating professionalism in verbal
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COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN

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Naomi Mareschal

Bachelor of Architecture

Naomi Mareschal became interested in design at a young age, and under unlikely circumstances. Originally from New Orleans, she became intrigued with architecture after her family’s home flooded from Hurricane Katrina.

“After Hurricane Katrina, I lived in a FEMA trailer on my front yard,” she shared. “Over those two years, I watched my house get rebuilt from the ground up. Having been amidst all the design decisions of the house I now inhabit, I have ever since then been fascinated with all things architecture and its related professions (construction, interior design, etc.)”

“Architecture draws from all of the subjects I’m most interested by: art, science, technology and environmental awareness,” she said. “You have to constantly consider so many factors to be able to successfully design and create architecture, which has been a welcomed challenge.”

Naomi said architecture is the ideal field for her, since she

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NC State College of Design

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The work of graphic design is twofold: it gives shape to messages and information in the form of designed artifacts, and it facilitates people’s interaction with messages and information in the form of physical and digital interfaces. Graphic designers envision the artifacts and interfaces they create as part of larger systems, effectively representing and communicating networks of services, experiences, and products. The best graphic design meaningfully promotes, educates, directs, informs, exposes, clarifies, beautifies, and delights the people who engage with it.

Graphic designers:

  • Communicate information and messages through typography, images, symbols, physical materials, and digital platforms
  • Visualize, prototype, and produce artifacts and interactions such as books, magazines, identity systems, product packaging, signage, websites, applications, and data visualizations
  • Employ human-centered research methods to understand and inform design decisions
  • Develop strategies and systems for making services more accessible to users
  • Collaborate with other experts, such as ethnographers, software engineers, psychologists, and computer
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UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design

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embARC is a four week summer design program at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds to explore architecture, urban design and sustainable city planning through integrated components: an Architecture + Urban Design Studio, a Sustainable City Planning Workshop, a Digital Design Workshop, an Environmental Design Conversation Series and a Community Build project. 

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Explore architecture, urban design and city planning as possible college majors and careers

Hone and develop skills through college-level coursework

Immerse yourself in design studio culture and the college campus experience

Work in a team environment with peers who have similar interests

Build a design portfolio to use when applying to college

Be exposed to actual public policy issues and make a real

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Interior Design – Seminole State College

Seminole State College is the right choice for creative individuals seeking a career in interior design. The College’s Interior Design Program has been a leader in Florida for more than 40 years. In 2010, Seminole State became the first state school in Central Florida and the only public college in Florida to offer a four-year bachelor’s degree in interior design.

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Interior Design – Converse College

Interior Design StudentsAre you creative, artistic and business-minded? Would you like to help people improve the quality of their lives? Do you tend to pay attention to your surroundings?  Do you like to redesign your personal space?

Consider a career in Interior Design. Interior designers create the spaces in which people live, work, play, eat, learn and heal.

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About Interior Design

The BFA in Interior Design at Converse is a professional degree that prepares students to create beautifully functional, healthy and safe interior environments. You will develop manual and digital expertise in graphic visualization and presentation, and build an extensive knowledge base of current products and practices in use by design professionals.

The interior design program leading to the Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design is accredited by the Council for Interior Design Accreditation, 206 Grandville Avenue, Suite 350, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503.

The CIDA-accredited program prepares students

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