Dates: January 28-February 9, 2019
Locations: Qpractice online
Have you ever stopped to think of a building as if it were a human being?
In our bodies, the circulatory, respiratory, muscular, digestive, and nervous systems work together to keep us healthy and balanced.
When the systems in our bodies are diseased, or they’re not working together properly, our body becomes unhealthy – and it works the same way with the buildings we create as interior designers.
Building systems, like building, structural, mechanical, and electrical systems, are a critical part of any building, and they all depend on each other to operate properly.
Building systems are also an extensive part of all three NCIDQ Exams, and as an interior designer, you’ll work closely with other design and construction professionals to create functional, healthy buildings.
Wondering how much you need to know about building systems for your exams?
Check out our in-depth article, The backbone for Interior Design — building systems.