Course DescriptionDeveloped during the Renaissance, perspective was as innovative then as the Internet is today. It enabled artists and architects alike to create the illusion of depth, volume, and three-dimensional space on a two-dimensional picture plane. In interior design, space and its contents need to be rendered both two- and three-dimensionally to bring the designer’s vision into reality. Students in this hands-on course gather reference photos of furniture, accessories, and plants, rendering items in felt-tip markers and using grids, floor plans, and one-point and two-point perspective drawings. Students work in class every session and must bring supplies to all class meetings.
PrerequisitesSpecific coursework required for Certificate Students. All other students should have equivalent experience.
Applies Towards the Following Certificates
- Interior Design : Required Courses