Course Title: Technical Studies Seminar 4

Part A: Course Overview

Course ID: 006448

Course Title: Technical Studies Seminar 4

Credit Points: 12

Course Code




Learning Mode

Teaching Period(s)


City Campus


315H Architecture & Design


Sem 1 2006,
Sem 2 2006

Course Coordinator: Ross McLeod

Course Coordinator Phone: +61 3 9925 3493

Course Coordinator Email:

Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities

Successful completion of ARCH 1094, ARCH 1095 and ARCH 1096

Course Description

The Interior Design Technical Studies electives expand on the principles of Interior Architecture and Design technology introduced in ARCH 1094 and ARCH 1095.
The content and themes of the different Technical Studies Electives can and do change from semester to semester.
At the beginning of each semester posters describing that semesters offerings are on display in the Interior Design Gallery Space on Level 11 Building 8 RMIT City Campus. Students ballot for specilisations they wish to take and are allocated a place in a particular class.

Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development

In each semester a range of technical subject courses are offered in the program.
The courses offered aim to:
-Foster confidence and imagination in the design and detailing of Interiors.
-Equip students with the necessary technical skills to design, specify, document and administer a wide variety of tasks specific to the practice of Interior architecture and design.

Students are provided with a broad range of technical studies relevant to the practice of Interior Architecture and Design.

This course aims to:

-Imbue students with the perception and knowledge of environmentally sustainable materials, systems and building practices.
-Develop a complete understanding of the scope of thinking associated with the design and installation of interior environmental systems and services.
-Introduce students to the specific skills of trade and crafts people.

Overview of Learning Activities

These courses are run as a series of seminars offered each semester. Students choose the particular area that is of interest and relevant to their level of study.

Overview of Learning Resources

Prescribed References:
To be advised
Recommended References:
To be advised

Overview of Assessment

Assessment grades: HDH (80-100%), DID (70-79%), CRC (60-69%), PAP (50-59%), NNN

All applications for extensions of time or special consideration must be submitted in writing to the course coordinator. These will be processed in accordance with departmental procedures and university regulations.

Any variations to the program and/or the assessment will be in agreement with university regulations.