CCOG for ID 138 Fall 2023
- Course Number:
- ID 138
- Course Title:
- Introduction to Kitchen and Bath Planning
- Credit Hours:
- Lecture Hours:
- Lecture/Lab Hours:
- Lab Hours:
Intended Outcomes for the course
Upon successful completion of the course students should be able to:
- Gather specific information on client needs in order to perform the programming phases of kitchen and bath projects.
- Perform kitchen and bath planning according to National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) guidelines.
- Indicate appropriate appliance and fixture selections for design projects.
- Create a final cabinetry layout indicating appropriate nomenclature and sourced material.
- Create a complete NKBA drawing set for a kitchen remodel.
1. Be familiar with appliances and fixtures necessary for kitchen and bath design.
2. Understand cabinetry nomenclature and sourcing.
3. Create a complete NKBA drawing set for a kitchen remodel.
- Students construct drafted documents throughout the term which require National Kitchen and Bath Association [NKBA] and architectural drafting standards: dimensioning with scale integers is required.
- Drawing types include plan and elevation which are scaled drawings with extensive dimensioning for installation/ implementation of the design scheme.
- Create a basic appliance and fixture budget for a project. Perform computation exercises to understand material estimating on kitchen and bath projects.
Program kitchen and bath design for client needs.
- Students are required to communicate their design solutions in casual and formal critiques.
- Students must explain verbally their "design/ problem solving" efforts.
- Students are required to verbally communicate their product specification process.
Human RelationsHours: 20
1. Program kitchen and bath design for client needs.
2. Perform kitchen and bath planning according to NKBA guidelines.
- Students are required to demonstrate knowledge of user needs and profiles.
- Students study users of all abilities and mobilities and design kitchens and bathrooms appropriate to these people (clients).
- Students must comprehend the impact of their design on the health, safety and welfare of the users (clients).