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INTA: Intermediate Problems

Course No. INTA 331  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Michael Gollini | Patrick Finegan
Prerequisite(s) Retail, Restaurant + Store Design

Intermediate level retail and space design including various conceptual and visual projects increasing in detail and complexity, such as building exteriors, exhibit, and museum design as well as local community project. Introduction of fabrication methods. Industry professional input at various critiques. Mandatory for all Junior Interior Architecture Majors. Open to all Juniors and Seniors. Prerequisite: INTA 232A. Offered fall.

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