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Ch 19: Home Design Features

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  • Discuss the correlation between home construction features and the family life cycle
  • Outline best practices for conserving energy at home
  • List and describe home features for repair, maintenance and family needs
  • Define and describe residential interior design
  • Detail the process of interior design and space planning
  • Explain why furniture in interior design is important
  • Describe the role and impact of home technology trends on home design

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7 Lessons in Chapter 19: Home Design Features
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How Home Construction Features Impact the Family Life Cycle

1. How Home Construction Features Impact the Family Life Cycle

In this lesson, discover the impact of some home construction features on the family life cycle. Learn about some important elements in a house and how they can facilitate the activities of the occupants during different stages of life.

Conserving Energy at Home: How to Be More Energy Efficient

2. Conserving Energy at Home: How to Be More Energy Efficient

Are you wondering how to make your home more energy efficient? Follow these measures to conserve energy, prevent energy loss, and make your home more comfortable, all while saving money.

Home Construction Features: Maintenance, Repair & Aesthetics

3. Home Construction Features: Maintenance, Repair & Aesthetics

In this lesson, explore some of the construction features that are being incorporated into new homes and learn about the different finishes and construction features that don't require much maintenance and also provide a nice look.

What is Residential Interior Design?

4. What is Residential Interior Design?

Interior design is a very important part of architecture. However, just as there are multiple kinds of buildings, there are multiple kinds of design. In this lesson, we'll talk about residential interior design and see how it is used to define interior spaces.

Interior Design & Space Planning

5. Interior Design & Space Planning

Space planning is fundamental to interior design. In this lesson, you'll learn why space planning is important, what it means and involves, and how the process works within the phases of design.

Importance of Furniture in Interior Design

6. Importance of Furniture in Interior Design

Furniture is an industrial design product. Furniture matters the most when designing a space. This lesson explains why, how, and when furniture is important in interior design.

Home Technology Trends: Role & Impact on Home Design

7. Home Technology Trends: Role & Impact on Home Design

In this lesson, take a look at some of the technological features that are transforming the way we live our houses. Explore the growing potential of house automation and learn about how home design is being transformed by all these innovations.

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