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Interior Design

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Giselle G

on 5 May 2014

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Transcript of Interior Design

Interior Design
What is Interior Design?
Architectural Standards
Standards for the height of a counter, chair rail, and a sofa
Human measurement
Computations and integration
Importance of Math in Interior Design
Wall/Ceiling Space
Determining Total Area
Understanding Architectural standard measurements for ergonomic purposes
Purchasing items for clients
Charging professional fees to make a profit
Building Codes
Regulate the height, width & number of stairs in a commercial space
Apply math in the design process for his or her design follows all building codes
how much they will
spend on the furnishing
Profits they can get
Professional Fees
Hourly charge
Time they spend on the meetings
Shopping on the furnishing
Design process
Math in
Area of the space
Type & size of furniture
Installing flooring
By: Giselle Galicia
the art or process of designing the
interior decoration of a room or
combines knowledge with aesthetic vision
work with clients and other design professionals to develop design solutions that are safe, functional, attractive and meet the needs of the people using the space
Lumen Method
Illuminance (E)
Lumens (L)
Light loss factor (LLF)-Industry standard of .85
Coefficient of Utilization (CU):
Spot or Accent-CU-95% (.95)
Direct fixture or down light-CU=85% (.85)
Wash or Ambient-CU=75% (.75)
Indirect fixture-CU=50% (.5)
Area A
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