Interior Design Committing to Interdisciplinary Concepts
Classes focus on problem solving across an array of design concepts
Like so many of its peers, the SAIC has looked to incorporate the project-based concept into the course studies it provides. “In these studios, students from different disciplines work collaboratively and the outcome is often a product, built project, analysis, or public exhibits,” says Coleman.
The collaboration of interdisciplinary skills allows students an opportunity to engage in the design-concept process, as well as problem solving, according Khoi Vo, who is chair of the Savannah College of Art and Design's interior design department. “These academic exercises prepare students to enter the workforce ready to lead or contribute as a team member in real-world, collaborative settings,” Vo says.
Another theme of interior design of the modern day is technology integration. As an example, the California College of the Arts (CCA), recently began to offer courses that included the Digital Design Technologies for students in their Master of Advanced Architectural Design program.
“Interior design is a growing specialization because companies need to differentiate their environments in an increasingly competitive market and because human needs and expectations are evolving in our dynamic and connected society,” says Elena Pacenti, director at Domus Academy School of Design, NewSchool of Architecture and Design (NSAD),
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