VDIS10007 Residential Interiors 2
Credit Points 15
The focus of this subject is the process of producing a successful residential interior design in spaces that require changes to the established structure of the building interior and/or to building services. Residential Interiors 2 takes students through the design process in defined stages to gain skills in generating design solutions in response to a particular design need.
This subject requires students to apply researched information to formulate creative and complex design solutions to a range of residential interior design situations satisfying the physiological, psychological, social, cultural and environmental requirements of the brief.
In particular, students will focus on researching, analysing and applying colour for interior decoration projects, including experimentation and exploration of colour in order to achieve desired effects using design tools, such as colour wheels and formulas.