Master's Project Interior Architecture Documents
This final studio course examines methods of integrating architectural and interior design, as well as mechanical and electrical elements and systems.
What you can learn.
- Develop your thesis project into a set of construction documents
- Explore a range of drawings required to obtain accurate cost estimates
- Demonstrate ability to be an effective entry-level member of any project team
About this course:In this final studio course, students develop the project they created in Thesis Project Design into a set of construction documents with specifications and explore a range of drawings required to obtain complete and accurate cost estimates. The course emphasizes how designs are detailed and described and examines methods of integrating architectural and interior design, as well as mechanical and electrical elements and systems. Each project is brought to a level of completion to enable students to demonstrate their ability to be an effective entry-level member of any design firm's project team.
ARCH X 497 Research and Programming Methodologies and ARCH X 498.1 Master's Project Interior Architecture Studio. INA Graduate Standing, 3.0 GPA or higher, and GWT. INA 691 or INA 6940, and INA 590 or INA 5220. This is a required course in the Master of Interior Architecture degree program.
Summer 2020 Schedule
These courses have regular meeting times and are fully online, via remote instruction. Click “See Details” below for more information.
Restricted course. Registration for this course takes place through Cal Poly Pomona's BroncoDirect system. Internet access required.
Important Notice for Students:
This course is restricted to those admitted to the Master of Interior Architecture program only.
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