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Late-Capitalist Architecture

Brooklyn Institute for Social Research @ Online Classroom

Today, it seems scarcely possible to speak of late capitalism without citing baneful examples of its spatial manifestations—the soullessness of Hudson Yards; the Grenfell Tower disaster; the (lethal to build) Qatari World Cup stadiums; aestheticized server farms and data centers. But how, precisely, does architecture register, reproduce, and respond to the logic of global, financialized capital—materially, formally, ideologically, and in its...

Tuesday Jun 6th, 6:30–9:30pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

Introduction to Interior Design

New York School of Interior Design

Interior design projects may involve totally new construction or the renovation, modernization, or refurbishment of an existing facility, space, or room. This course is intended for people who are considering a career in interior design. It provides a broad introduction to the profession and an overview of the education and requisite skills. The emphasis of this course is residential, a branch of interior design that typically includes specialties...

Wednesday Jun 14th, 3–5pm Eastern Time

 (6 sessions)


6 sessions

Introduction to Lighting

New York School of Interior Design

Introduction to Lighting opens up the basic concepts and terminology of light and color. This course provides a concise and practical foundation to the more in-depth treatments of lighting applications, such as The Fundamentals of Residential Lighting Design. The course explores how the physics of light – the radiant energy that enables vision – affects our perception of the world around us. We will use a four-part model of the visual system...

Wednesday May 31st, 6–8pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Design Essentials: How to Accessorize Room

New York School of Interior Design

Learn how to add the final touches to a room through the addition of art and accessories. Through the lens of basic design principles such as rhythm and proportion, students will be introduced to the basic principles of how to successfully accessories a room. Explore a variety of product types and learn how to arrange artwork, ceramics and soft goods to complete your interior design vision.  How do the LIVE VIA ZOOM online courses work? ...

Monday Jun 5th, 4–6pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Lighting for Residential Workspaces

New York School of Interior Design

Lighting for Residential Workspaces addresses lighting the key task-oriented spaces in the home: Kitchens Baths Home Offices Laundry Utility Rooms Participants learn the recommended quantity and quality of light for different tasks, spaces, and users, as well as how to deliver lighting in different interior design schemes. Lighting layouts for different spaces and electing and locating appropriate equipment are part of exercises in the presentations....

Wednesday Jun 21st, 6–8pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

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A Guide to Upholstered Furniture

New York School of Interior Design

Upholstered furniture is a major component in decorating, and one of the most important elements of comfortable living. This course examines all aspects of upholstered furniture as an integral part of an interior. Learn the components of upholstered seating and how famous interior designers have combined these features to create classic styles. Examine the inner workings of upholstered furniture to see how the construction impacts comfort and longevity....

Wednesday Jul 12th, 6–8pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Using Generative Design (FSN-321)

D3 Technologies

So, you know what Generative Design is, but how can you get started? In this class we will walk through the entire Generative Design process, from scratch to finish. The class starts with modeling or importing reference geometry. Next, we will dive into details on setup including solution types, manufacturing and material options, and tips for setting up loads and constraints. Finally, we will dig into results interpretation and purchasing and...

Tuesday Jul 18th, 8am–3:30pm Central Time

Billing for Interior Design Service

New York School of Interior Design

Knowing how to bill for Interior Design Services can be challenging. There are multifarious billing models and choosing the one that is the best for you can feel overwhelming. In this course, we will look at different billing models and will work on several exercises to help determine what is the best billing model for your own design practice. Students should come prepared with a calculator. By the end of the course, you will feel more confident...

Tuesday Jul 25th, 6–8pm Eastern Time

 (4 sessions)


4 sessions

The Business Side of Design

New York School of Interior Design

Whether you want to run your own business or to work for a design firm, this course will further you on your journey toward becoming an interior design professional.  In this course, you will gain insight into all aspects of life as an interior designer. We will review in broad strokes what transpires from the moment a project commences until the finished work is photographed. Topics covered include setting clients' expectations, creating...

Tuesday Jun 6th, 6–8pm Eastern Time

 (7 sessions)


7 sessions

Lighting for Social Spaces

New York School of Interior Design

Lighting to Beautify the Home addresses techniques that enhance the appearance, comfort and convenience of residential lighting, focusing on color, contrast, and controls. We cover how light, both shades of white and colors, affects the appearance and wellbeing of people, as well as the perception of spaces.  Using the principle of contrast, particpants consider how to highlight artwork and architectural features for create dramatic accents...

Wednesday Jul 12th, 6–8pm Eastern Time

 (3 sessions)


3 sessions

Creating a Successful Color Scheme

New York School of Interior Design

A successful color scheme will pull together the look and feel of a space. This course goes beyond paint and walks you through effective and unique methods for creating a perfect scheme of colors, patterns, and surfaces. Color relationships and the psychology of color are examined. Using a variety of NYSID supplied paint, fabric, and surface swatches, students work in class to develop a mood board. NYSID

Wednesday Jun 21st, 6–9pm Eastern Time

Styling the Interiors through a Photoshoot

New York School of Interior Design

In this workshop, interiors photographer Robin Del Pino Ferries will discuss tips for preparing interiors, with special attention to residential, for a photographic shoot. This lecture course will cover different approaches to styling, what to bring to the shoot, and how to use the objects and furniture in a space to your best advantage and to suit your photographic needs. 

Wednesday Jun 21st, 2–4pm Eastern Time

Hardscape Basics

Chicago Botanic Garden @ 00000

Elevate your garden designs by incorporating hardscape elements. These structural components of a landscape provide both functional and aesthetic benefits. Create garden design plans that integrate hardscape structures such as paving, landscape lighting, and garden walls to achieve your landscape design goals. The last class is a field trip to view examples of content learned in class.  Prerequisites:  Graphics,  Introduction...

Thursday Jun 8th, 6:30–9pm Central Time

 (11 sessions)


11 sessions

Residential Bathroom Design Fixtures and Fittings

New York School of Interior Design

Fixtures & Fittings: Present types of fixtures and fitting required and used in today’s bathrooms, with an emphasis on residential bath applications, some commercial applications will be explored. Examples will be given to illustrate the choices faced when designing a bathroom from functional uses to aesthetic considerations.  Fixtures and Fittings control the flow of water into the bathroom – learn how your choices not only impact the...

Wednesday Jul 19th, 6–9pm Eastern Time

Residential Bathroom Design Material and Surfaces

New York School of Interior Design

Present various types of materials and surfaces used in today’s bathrooms, with an emphasis on residential bath applications, some commercial applications will be explored. Examples will be given to illustrate the choices faced when designing a bathroom from functional uses to aesthetic considerations. With the myriad of material choices on the market today how does one choose from tile options to stone and even metal? Explore the different...

Wednesday Jul 12th, 6–9pm Eastern Time

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