Implications of Building Information Modeling on Interior Design Education: The Impact on Teaching Design Processes

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  • Amy Roehl, MFA Assistant Professor of Interior Design Texas Christian University Department of Interior Design & Merchandising, Texas, USA
  • Gayla Jett Shannon, MArch Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Interior Design Texas Christian University Department of Interior Design & Merchandising, Texas, USA

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18533/journal.v2i4.94

Keywords:

Building Information Modeling, Design Education, Design Process.

Abstract

Currently, major shifts occur in design processes effecting business practices for industries involved with designing and delivering the built environment. These changing conditions are a direct result of industry adoption of relatively new technologies called BIM or Building Information Modeling. This review of literature examines implications of these changing processes on interior design education.

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