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Area – the room name or area name

Instructions
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this week you are developing functional goals and objectives for your project. Additionally, you will be working on the spatial program for the project as well. Each project must have well developed 3-4 design goals.
Design goals are functional requirements that can be measured. Design goals are not conceptual or feeling related things. For instance a well organized space is functional and can be measured, while a comfortable space is conceptual and subjective. So, please do not include goals that are subjective, don’t list comfort or happy as being part of your goals. Your goals should be pulled directly from your values and theories from the week 4 assignment. Come up with the key things that must be met in the project and list them as goals.
Design Objectives are written for each design goal. Design objectives are generic statements that identify how the goal will be achieved in the project. They are generic because you don’t want to identify specific products or items, but you want to explain how you plan on achieving the goal.
Here is an example of a Design Goal and a Design Objective:
Goal #1: Sustainability Objective #1: All finishes selected for the project will be durable and environmentally conscious. LEED guidelines will be used to evaluate all finishes appropriately. Please notice that the goal is a measurable item, and the objective lists not just how it will be achieved but also how we will be documenting the achievement. The spatial program is a list of all the spaces that will be included in the final design of the project. This list must include all spaces/areas, including support spaces that would be required. You do not have to design all the areas on this list, but you do have to document the need for those space and save square footage for them. In addition to just listing the areas, you must also provide the following things about each area:
Area – The room name or area name
Description – describe the function of the space and how many people it will serve
Area Square Footage – how large does the space have to be
Occupancy Type – per the International Building Codes, what is the occupancy classification of each area
Notes – any additional information for each area based on the goals, objectives, values, and theories. Total Occupant Load for the whole building (add up all the rooms)
Once you have the total square footage required for the whole building, add 20% of that total into it for circulation spaces (such as hallways and other transition spaces).
You can use the attached excel spreadsheet to complete the program for this project, or you can create your own format, but keep in mind that it must list all the requirements When you are creating the list of areas, do not forget areas such as entry lobbies, storage facilities, restrooms, server rooms, copy rooms, mechanical rooms, kitchens, breakrooms, etc. As a summary, this week you are turning in 3-4 design goals and objectives and a spatial program document for the proposed project. This assignment needs to be turned in as an 11 x 17 presentation. You are encouraged to use the document that you turned in last week and add the requirements for this week at the end. Also, make sure you include a bibliography at the end of the document that includes all references and sources, these can be put in one large list with last week’s references, or you can separate them. You are encouraged to use images, diagrams, and drawings, when possible, in the research packet. Please use 2D design principles to layout the 11×17 pages. Concentrate on things such as:
Symmetry/Asymmetry
Balance
Negative and Positive Space
Unity
Variation
Alignment Visual Distribution Contrast
Consistency
Please avoid overlapping images and do not use drop shadows in your presentation. Furthermore, please limit your font usage to 2 fonts and make sure that all text is legible. The main purpose of a presentation is to communicate information, so using a fancy font that looks good but is not easily legible does not meet the main purpose of the presentation. Do not use all CAPS in sentences or paragraphs. All CAPS should only be used in titles or short phrases. Contrast is very important when it comes to text, your text needs to have enough contrast from the background to be legible, so please do not place green text on a blue background because it does not provide enough contrast. Attachments
Program Document.xlsx(13.34 KB)

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Interior Design

Identify your fcs option: ____interior design_____________________________

FCS is the study of the relationships among people and their personal environments, which involves materials as well as other people. As an FCS student, you are preparing to improve individuals’ lives, enhance family functioning and build community strengths throughout the lifespan in your chosen content area (option).
Review topics discussed in Feldman, Chapter 5 and in class lectures for “MIDDLE CHILDHOOD”.
In 3-5 sentences max for each example, clearly explain at least 3 SPECIFIC examples of how YOUR FCS OPTION can be applied to the life stage: “MIDDLE CHILDHOOD”. For example, How is Apparel Deisgn relevant to their self-esteem? Does Food Science affect nutrition choices at this age? Any Interior Design concerns related to this life stage? How can Family Studies address bullying at this life stage? etc…
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Design Motivation: The first steps of a design process are often the most important. Everyone

the rcoirement
DESIGN BY VISUALIZATION
Design Motivation: The first steps of a design process are often the most important. Everyone
possesses a creative spirit and has the potential to deliver an innovative design. Two design skills
that are often neglected in professional practice are the art of visualization and the more
common ‘brainstorming’. These skills are available to everyone and are dispensable as the first steps
in the design process. Design Assignment: For this assignment, you are to find a song or passage of literature that has
enough descriptive ingredients to evoke a vivid image of mood and environment in your mind.
Listen (or read) repeatedly until a clear mental image develops.
1. “Brainstorm” is a written list of themes and descriptors that communicate your visual and
emotional ideas. Develop a refined list of at least 10 words related to color and lighting
effects. Remember there are no wrong answers in the brainstorming phase, so just keep
writing. Filter your brainstorm list down to four “big ideas” that best represents your mental
images and circle them.
2. Create an 11” x 17” collage that communicates your mind’s vision of the song or
literature piece related to color and lighting effects. This assembled art piece can be as
abstract or as literal as you think is appropriate. It may include things such as images cut
from magazines, pieces of images, materials, fabrics, surfaces, color swatches, abstract
geometry, hand-sketched motifs, objects from nature, words, art of any sort, ANYTHING!
that you feel relates to the images that developed in your mind while listening (or
reading). Deliverables: One 11” x 17” digital presentation board (PDF) with your visual additions. File name
should follow the following format. On the front of the board, please include: Words or lyrics of the
music or literature that you used as inspiration for the design, Your Name, Course Number

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a interior design question and need an explanation

Learning Goal: I’m working on a interior design question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.In this assignment, you will use your Photoshop and Illustrator skills to produce an original design of a concert poster. Please carefully review the instructions in the course textbook and the notes you took while watching my lecture videos. Not watching these? You are missing a lot of information!You will need two images to complete this assignment. Suggestions: Use a recent photo of yourself in which we can clearly see your face. A full-body shot works best. The background photo should be interesting, unusual, and MUST include a visible shadow.There are two PowerPoint presentations available to assist you. They can be found on our course website under Course Documents, Additional Lecture Material. They are called “Design Elements & Principles” and “Psychology of Color”. They will also provide information which you will need to successfully complete this assignment.Below are several comments of errors commonly seen while grading. Don’t make these same errors or you will lose points!MERGED PHOTOSquality is not up to par – the outline of you is clearly visible and should NOT be visible. YOUare missing from the poster. CAST SHADOWdoes not correctly relate to the background image. Remember, use your background image as a reference point. Your shadow and the shadows from your background should never cross! LIGHT SOURCEshould also reflect your shadows. The light source should help you in locating where your shadows are and vice versa. TEXTshould be clearly visible. Try to stay away from light text on a light background and/or dark text on a dark background. BAND or ARTIST NAMEis missing. This should be on the poster. So should the Tour Name and Concert Location. BLENDED IMAGEshould have been clearly visible and portrayed in an interesting & creative manner. Don’t just “stuck it in there”, but get creative and integrate it into your design. STATED DESIGN ELEMENT & DESIGN PRINCIPLEshould be listed at the bottom of your poster by your name. All of the design elements and design principles were described in the same chapter of this assignment. Pick one of each that is best represented in your poster.Please print your poster to a PDF as standard letter size paper (8.5″ x 11″) in portrait layout. Your 18″ x 24″ poster can be fit to the page. Use the “Scale to Fit Media” option in the Printer Setup box
Requirements: 1 page   |   .doc file

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Develop a publish project proposal that serves as a guide to the design

Project Proposal is the definition of the problem and reports on the What, Why, Who, Where,
and How of the project. Develop a publish project proposal that serves as a guide to the design
process you will undertake in this class. The proposal should include following sections:
PROJECT (HOTEL) NAME
PROJECT STATEMENT (explain the scope/boundaries of the project, define the design
problem with specific project goals, features, functions, and provide a complete
overview of the project including the hotel location and site, context in hospitality, hotel
type, level of service, ownership, client, guest profile, target tourist market, branding
strategies, and curated unique experiences.

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My field= interior design

The purpose of this assignment is to learn how to access and read professional journals in your field, to become familiar with the scientific method and the tone of professional writing. Articles published in professional journals are empirical-based using data derived from actual observation or experimentation and are peer-reviewed in which knowledgeable people critique it and make suggestions.
Give yourself PLENTY of time to submit to avoid computer/internet issues, unexpected emergencies, etc.
Turnitin will score your paper for originality only
Submit on Canvas the following sheets in order (1) Title Page
(2) Content
(3) References (if needed
My field= interior design
don’t need to fill the worksheet in the pdf

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a interior design question and need an explanation

Learning Goal: I’m working on a interior design question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
I attached two exampls
Design Assignment: For this assignment, you are to find a color copy/image of a successfully
lighted environment. This image should illustrate multiple pieces of light accomplishing different
effects. You are to create a list of the five layers of light as discussed in class and identify how
each piece of light corresponds to a particular layer. Remember to focus on the piece of light
itself, rather than the luminaire creating the light (decorative fixtures may be the exception).

Deliverables: One full-color image of an intriguing, lighted environment and a single page with a
list of the five lighting layers as well as your breakdown/analysis of the lighting elements in the
space. Include your name and date on the deliverables. The file name should use the following
format, saved as a pdf file: