You will look at how spaces can intrigue and lead people towards and into them. You will look at the possibilities for a market and gathering spaces. How a space can become a community of ideas, bringing in identity and fostering belonging, including strategies used within Interior Design, Retail and Community thinking.
The course will begin with an introductory lecture looking at what an interior space is, what do we see? How does it speak to our curiosity? Currently two sectors of the Interior Design Industry, Retail and Community well-being are endeavouring to discover new ways to bring people together across physical and digital platforms to people that want more authentic spatial experiences. We will be looking at the possibilities of immersive environments where website and place are connecting on the High Street.
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The course will begin with an introductory lecture looking at what an interior space is. What do we see? How does it speak to our curiosity? Currently two sectors of the interior design industry, retail and community well-being, are endeavouring to discover new ways to bring people together across physical and digital platforms to people that want more authentic spatial experiences. We will be looking at the possibilities of immersive environments where website and place are connecting on the High Street.
During the course, you will learn how to:
- survey space measured and photographically
- look at view for potential visual views
- discuss how to intrigue passers-by: what makes us curious
- basic Autocad
- scaled modelling
- storyboard: customer journey
- Photoshop: cut and paste to visual modelled idea and site location together
Measured and Photographic surveys, understanding a brief, learning from precedent investigation, basic Autocad, sketch modelling and scaling, Photoshop cut and paste, model photography, Photoshop visualisation and presentation.
Suitability - Who should attend?
The course is structured for those preparing to embark on a design degree. It will also support those preparing their Art and Design AS, A-level or BTEC Level 2 or 3 portfolios who have a specific interest in architectural, interior and three-dimensional design. This course does not require prior knowledge of interior design but basic skills in drawing and observation would be useful.
Outcome / Qualification etc.
Our skills-based courses provide learning to a wide range of students with a variety of personal or professional reasons for attending. Students benefit from tuition from practitioner academics and state of the art facilities. The Cass has a history of...
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