Research and Programming Methodologies
Demonstrate mastery of the skills and thought processes at the core of the practice of interior architecture.
What you can learn.
- Acquire a comprehensive exploration of an architectural problem
- Undertake an intensive and sustained project
- Master the skills and thought processes at the core of the practice of interior design
About this course:This is the second in a four-course sequence that presents a comprehensive exploration of an architectural problem. The series is intended to demonstrate the student's mastery of the skills and thought process at the core of the practice of interior architecture, as well as his/her ability to undertake an intensive and sustained project independent of normal course/studio instruction and guidance.
It is advisable that you complete the following (or equivalent) since they are prerequisites for Research and Programming Methodologies.
X 427.20 Understanding Building Codes, X 430C Interior Architecture Studio A, X 471.125 Concept Driven Design and X 467.27B Interior Detailing and Building Systems. Follow-on courses: X 498.1 Master's Project Interior Architecture Studio and X 498 Master's Project Interior Architecture Documents. INA Graduate Standing. This is a required course in the Master of Interior Architecture degree program.
Fall 2019 Schedule
These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.
Important Notice for Students:
This course is restricted to those admitted to the Master of Interior Architecture program only.
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