Courses for Credit & Audit
Earn college credits or just learn more about a subject that interests you during Antioch College’s summer and mid-winter block terms. Courses are open to high school juniors and seniors, students enrolled at other colleges and universities, and the general public. Courses may be audited or taken for college credit. Special topic courses are offered both by the College’s faculty and by visiting faculty who are experts in the field.
November/December Session 2019
Community Space Design: Olive Kettering Library
IPCE 205-01 Experimental Course: Community Space Design, Olive Kettering Library
November 20 – December 14, 2019 | 2 Credits (available)
Instructor Michael Casselli
This course will focus on a Design/Build process in the design of furniture elements as well as architectural detailing of the new space that has been created in the Olive Kettering Library.
The Design- Students will learn to translate a pre-existing space into a computer-generated environment using Computer Assisted Design(CAD) software, then take the virtual model and create a scaled model in the real world. The model will be used as our central design environment into which we will project design ideas for the entirety of the space. We will be focusing on all aspects, from architectural finishes to the furniture we would like to see built for the space utilizing Computer Numeric Control-(CNC) hardware. These designs will then be realized, first as scaled elements within our model, as a way of planning for the full-scale realization of these objects in the next section of this course-The Build.
First Class Wednesday, November 20th in Olive Kettering Library
Space is limited
November 20 – December 14, 2019
MWF: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Tuition: $300 to audit | $1,000 to earn 2 college credits