ID110: Historical Styles
Semester Credits: 3.0
Course Duration: 15 Weeks
This course introduces students to the history of architecture and design styles from ancient through modern times. Students will learn about Egyptian, Greek, and Roman influences and the origins of the human-built environment. European styles are studied from the Middle Ages through the Renaissance. Studies then move into the Industrial Revolution, modernism, and post-modernism styles. Specific time periods that have significant impact on modern interior design are studied including Victorian, Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Mid-Century. Students will also learn about design styles and influence from other regions of the world including Mexico, South America, Africa, India and Asia. Students will learn to recognize period specific architecture, interiors, furniture, and accessories and their evolution and influence on modern design.
Prerequisite: Completion or Enrollment in ID105