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HTC1051 - History of Interior Architecture
This one-semester historical survey of interior architecture covers the history of human beings altering their interior environments, from early cave paintings through the end of WWII. This course examines the context and major ideas that have shaped interior spatial design practices including an emphasis on the history of furniture. By critically engaging with a selection of primary and secondary texts, students explore the complex ways in which interior architectural theory and practice have intersected with the unprecedented social, economic, intellectual, and political realities and discourses throughout the history of human interventions in their interior environments.

Prerequisites FND1002 / Lecture <min grade = D, min credit = 3.00>
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Academic

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