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  1. 1. Interior Design<br />Brittany Collins<br />April 18, 2011<br />TMD 427<br />
  2. 2. Interior Design ProjectsFrom Start to Finish<br />When designing a room for a client there are many details that are involved with the planning:<br />1. The first step when making a floor plan is to create a digital layout of a room or several rooms. Once this digital copy is made to scale it becomes the model for the hand sketch version. It is important to sketch by hand in order to quickly make changes and show the client how the space will be planned.<br />2. The existing condition must be drawn; this is also know as the floor plan of the room. The existing condition includes the measured space of the room, the interior and exterior walls, any closets and windows in the room, and the doorways.<br />3. Once the existing condition is mapped out, the furniture layout is drawn on tracing paper. There may be multiple plans for the layout; the best plan is chosen for the final product. <br />The furniture layout helps the interior designer choose which furniture would be best in the area. <br />4. Next, the designer must choose the appropriate lighting for the space; direct lighting, indirect lighting or ambiance lighting are options.<br />It is helpful for an interior designer to know what the space will look like in three point perspective. It is also important to be able to sketch objects or spaces accurately or approximately for a client. The knowledge of measurements for objects such as bookcases or other pieces of furniture are necessary to know when creating spaces with clients.<br />
  3. 3. Digital Layout of a Floor Plan<br /><ul><li>Template for floor plan.
  4. 4. Directions were to choose two rooms to design floor plan then to convert scale from 3/16” = 1’ to ¼” = 1’</li></li></ul><li>Bedroom & Living Room Layout<br /><ul><li>The two rooms chosen were the bedroom (top) and living room (bottom) draw in ¼” = 1’ scale.
  5. 5. Includes accurate measurements according to scale of the interior/exterior walls, doorways, closet, windows, and break line.
  6. 6. This is known as the “Existing Condition.”</li></li></ul><li>Furniture Layout<br />Furniture Layout drawn on tracing paper. This model of the furniture is redrawn multiple times with many different layouts. Once the best model is chosen it becomes the layout. The tracing paper can be placed on top of the existing condition to show the outline of the room. <br />
  7. 7. Direct Lighting<br />
  8. 8. Indirect Lighting<br />
  9. 9. Ambiance Lighting<br />
  10. 10. Bookcases<br /><ul><li>Drawn according to specifications.
  11. 11. Four individual sections with cabinet doors on the bottom, one fixed shelf and one adjustable shelf on the top.
  12. 12. Drawn with the use of water color pencils.</li></li></ul><li>Three Point Perspective<br />Three-point perspective of a room shown with the use of water colors.<br />
  13. 13. Final PlanShown to Client<br />
  14. 14. Contact Information<br />Brittany Collins<br /><br />(774) 238-9266<br />