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INTRODUCTION

We develop Interior design professionals that can create or transform spaces that are functional, aesthetic, architectural and ephemeral, to intervene operationally on its use and habitability, through rational processing, intuitive and factual analysis of objectives and subjectives variables of efficiency , appropriation, health, comfort and entertainment, to respond real or induced , demands, material or symbolic of a market, following a design methodology and applying management skills and entrepreneurship management, technical criteria, technological and cultural sustainability , universal accessibility and good living.

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Degree Interior Design Technologist
Study mode Presential
Journeys Daytime and Evening
Career duration 6 semesters + Final Academic Project
Total number of credits 185
Date code and internal approval 17/08/2000 – IMD 22-01
Type of training Technology
Principal place Matriz
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OBJECTIVES

  • Develop project culture through the design of spaces of human habitation by design methodology, supported by academic components, production and research, thus achieving a permanent relation with the community.
  • Implement current policies and guidelines of good life in terms of technological and socio-cultural development of Ecuador, through professional skills and community workshops.
  • Foster a culture of entrepreneurship, so that students are inserted directly in the various spheres of action of space design.
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GRADUATE PROFILE

The Metro® Interior Designers are usually play role in:

The interior designer is a professional with higher education able to create or transform into functional,aesthetically and architectural spaces, to intervene operationally on its habitability, through rational processing, intuitive and factual objective and subjective variables that relate to aspects of efficiency, comfort and entertainment of them, following a project methodology and within a technological horizon, aesthetic and cultural default, to respond real or induced , demands, material and symbolic of a particular market.

It also has management skills and project management, which make it capable of generating business ventures.

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COMPOSITION FOR AXES

basics of the discipline
25%
Vocational training and disciplinary
25%
practical application of discipline
20%
Context and culture
8%
Communication and language
14%
Optional
8%
PREPARATION CLASS
Semester 1

Morphology and visual perception I
drawing I
Graphical Representation I
design methodology
digital representation technique I
Design history
Critical thinking and language skills

Semester 2

Morphology and visual perception II
drawing II
Graphing II
Interior Design I
digital representation technique II
Models and mockups
Interior design trends I
Semiotics of interior space
architectural photography

Semester 3

construction techniques of the interior space
drawing III
Interior Design II
digital representation technique III
Ergonomics
Furniture design I
Interior Design Trends II
Investigation methodology
Heritage conservation

Semester 4

Materials and finishes I
plumbing systems
Electric systems
digital representation art IV
Interior Design III
Furniture design II
Design workshop for the community I
Human and environment

Semester 5

Materials and finishes II
Acoustics and lighting
Technical digital representation V
Quality control and environment
visual merchandising
Interior Design IV
Entrepreneurship
Design workshop for the community II
Pre professional practices
sustainable habitat

Semester 6

Technical digital representation VI
professional presentation of projects
interior setting
Design gardens and green spaces
Interior Design V
Titration Plan
integrating entrepreneurship workshop
Design workshop for the community III
Legislation for entrepreneurship

FINAL ACADEMIC PROJECT
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