Copyright © Notice: The materials are copyrighted © and trademarked as the property of The Curriculum Center for Family and Consumer Sciences, Texas Tech University. Design Practices Course: Interior Design Grade Level: 10-12 Topic: Space planning TEKS Addressed: (1) The student demonstrates professional standards/employability skills as required by business and industry. The student is expected to: (H) use and apply task- and job-appropriate computer applications such as printing and plotting elevations, floor plans, and additional presentation documents or illustrations. (5) The student proposes methods to create quality living environments. The student is expected to: (B) apply principles of space utilization, zoning, and traffic patterns in planning and furnishing housing. (9) The student uses effective design practices to evaluate residential and nonresidential interiors. The student is expected to: (B) plan for effective use of space zones and placement of furnishings. (C) apply drafting techniques, including scaled drawings that facilitate space planning and technological applications. (17) The student creates a professional portfolio featuring original projects using a variety of media. The student is expected to: (A) illustrate ideas for interior design from direct observation, experiences, and imagination. (B) compare and contrast the use of interior design elements and principles in personal design plans and design plans of others using industry terminology. (C) create visual solutions by elaborating on direct observation, experience, and imagination. (D) create designs for practical applications. (E) demonstrate effective use of interior design media and tools in designing, drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture making, such as model building. FCS National Standards Addressed: 11.4 Demonstrate design, construction document reading, and space planning skills required for the housing, interior design and furnishings industries. 11.4.2 Evaluate floor plans for efficiency and safety in areas including but not limited to zones traffic patterns storage and electrical, plumbing, ventilation, and thermal systems. 11.4.4 Arrange furniture placement with reference to principles of design, traffic flow, activity, and existing architectural features.
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