"Synthesis of information learned in the Interior Architecture curriculum and applied to a significant interior project. The design process, including programming, design development, detailed design, specification, and graphic and written presentation, will be completed with emphasis on Universal Design principles, construction and detailing, integration of environmental systems, consideration of codes and laws, impact on the environment, and cost implications. Development of an original design approach based on theory and research will be reviewed and evaluated by a jury from design practice. This course is co-listed with ARI 4134 Interior Architecture 3. Graduate students will complete an additional final project or paper in addition to the undergraduate requirements."