Design Studio 1.2 (Industrial Design) (8327.2)
|Level:||Level 1 - Undergraduate Introductory Unit|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Design|
|Discipline:||Discipline of Design & Architecture|
This unit is an introduction to the field of industrial design and methods. It also explores the analysis and manipulation of two- and three-dimensional forms as primary communication tools and as vehicles for problem solving. Students will undertake design projects in a studio environment. They will acquire generic and professional skills related to design processes, specifically issue recognition, information searching, analysis, design synthesis and evaluation.
1. apply appropriate perspective drawing skills and identify suitable media for basic rendering presentations;
2. visualise, construct and manipulate three-dimensional forms employing basic modelling techniques; and
3. apply appropriate workshop practices and skills to facilitate investigation into basic shapes, textures, materials and structures
Up to four hours per week consisting of lectures/studio/workshop. This unit may include field trips of up to two days.
Design Studio 1.1