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D263 Final Review
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What does P.O.E. stand for? What is P.O.E.? Why are P.O.E.s important? Why are they particularly important for interior designers?
Principle of Ergonimics
If you wanted to find out about people's deep-seated wishes for the spaces they inhabit, or wish to elicit their tacit knowledge, what method might be most useful?
How do you prepare for an interview? What are the "stages" of an interview?
Research, question, summary
Which method would you use if you wished to determine how people actually use a space (as opposed to how they say they use a space)?
What different types of "observation" are there? When, as a designer, might you use each?
As a designer, participant observation or natural observation. Just simple record and observe the behavior of patrons in the natural surrounding (library)
How would you gather the opinions of a large number of people if you had very specific questions you wanted answers to?
Questionnaire to test
Describe how you might apply the pattern language in one of your studio projects. Be specific. What would be the possible benefit of applying it?
What was the key idea presented by Stewart Brand in his video Flow?
What are the five phases of the Interior Design process?
This is an information gathering phase where we learn more about the client, and their intentions. Before work can begin, the design team will first have to assess the whole project.
The information gathered during the Pre-Design phase will be evaluated and eventually help to form a design "scheme." This design scheme is very important as it will guide the final phases of the design process
After the Schematic Design is approved, we will begin to develop the technical documents for pricing, construction and permits. During this phase, you will really begin to see the final product and all of the technical information that is required.
Once preliminary costs, and engineering and technical designs have been fully developed, we will prepare a final package of construction documents. As the name suggest, these documents will be used by the contractor to construct your final product.
This phase revolves around Venture Architecture making sure that construction proceeds properly. We are here to look after our client and make sure everything is running according to plan.
Set out the path to calling yourself an "interior designer" in the state of Indiana. Be specific about all of the requirements and qualifications.
Education: graduated from CIDA-Accredited BS in IN degree
Work: 6 years qualified working experience including education
Exam: IDEP Exam
What is Ergonomics? Why is it important? What is the key aim of ergonomics?
To get people body in neutral position.
Name three features you would look for in an ergonomically designed task chair.
adjustable height /adjustable seat pan/resistant back support
What is the term for the way in which people understand and navigate through space?
What is defensible space? Give an example of it in an architectural context. Include all three elements and be specific.
A space that has territorial markers, opportunities for surveillance, and clear indications of activity and ownership.
Territoriality: a clearly defined spaces of ownership. A door/wall/hedges and fences to create private yards
Surveillance: monitoring of the environment during normal daily activities, external lighting, mailboxes, etc
Symbolic barriers: objects that placed in the environment to create the perception that shows the care of the space, picnic table, flowers in backyards.
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