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INDS 2386. Space Planning Fundamentals. 3 Hours.

This course provides the student with an introduction to complex process of planning residential and small commercial spaces for interior design. As part of the design process, space planning begins with a programmatic investigation of human needs, desired spatial quality, and building parameters. Students will explore space planning variations applied to a variety of interior spaces, stressing the importance of changing needs in design development and problem solving. Influencing factors such as the human element, barrier-free design and building systems are included. Offered spring semesters. Co-requisites: INDS 2364 and INDS 2387. Course Equivalents: FACS 2386
Prerequisite: INDS 1360.