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Furniture Design (3) ( IDF 4102 ) Second Lecture Week Three Faculty of Arts and Design
Furniture Design (3) Course Lecturer : Prof. Hana Yassen Course assistant : Eng. Maha Elwany Location ( F 513 ) Lecture (8:30-9:20) Tutorial ( 9:30-1:20 ) Office hours: Thursday ( 8:30 – 12:30 ) E-mail : Prof_Hanayassen@yahoo.com
- Developing your creative ability on a course with a design culture that considers all aspects of furniture and related product design, and a philosophy that thrives on new ideas, new ways of doing things and the exploration of creative possibilities. We celebrate diversity and encourage our students to develop - their own personal identities. -- Learning to think about furniture in its broadest terms, developing your creativity by exploring space, form and structure. -- Designing different furniture units to suit any interior space according to the needed function (counter – storing shelves – chairs – decorative partitions, etc ……) within architectural artistic aspects, considering working details and used material, and according to human scale standard measurements (Anthropometric) and duty function (Ergonomics). - Studying includes research skills idea generation concept development ergonomics model making production and communication. Course Objectives:
Course Description: - Training students on drawing different elevations (plan – vertical elevation – side elevation) for interior spaces ( residential, commercial and office) furniture units using suitable drawing scales. - Drawing different illustrating sections showing the working details used in each unit. - Drawing different isometric perspectives showing the wooden joints used in each unit. - Studying the different line textures used in illustrating different wooden parts and joints through plans, elevations, sections and perspectives. - Designing a decorative furniture unit using the suitable joints and geometrical drawing details.
Way of evaluation The course grade is 150 in total in a final evaluation committee with three examiners Attendance: (10) Presentation: (30) Mid-term exam (A daily project): (10) Final evaluation: (100) - First project (50 ) -Second project (50 ) Total = 150
Websites: - Joseph De Chiara, Michael J. Crosbie. Time-saver standards for building types.4th edition. Mc.Graw-Hill.New York. - The best of fine wood working tables & chairs. Fine wood working pub., Tauton press. - Thomas a. Heinz. Frank Loyd Wright Interiors & Furniture, Academy Press. Textbooks: - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/woodworking_joints - www.houzz.com/partition-wall/p/16 - www.lushome.com/room/dividers-partitions-walls-creating-functonal-modern- interior-design/99943
Represent the Idea and Abstract a design by sketch How to Represent an idea or start a design ? Steps : 1. Do a research 2. Deciding what is your concept 3. Illustrating your thoughts on a paper and this is what is called a sketch 4. Start taking outlines, then abstract your design to make a successful design
What is a Concept ? An abstract idea; a general notion or a thought When it comes to interior design styles, give yourself the permission to think outside the box. There are so many wonderful ways to define who you are by creating a magnificent living space. Allow yourself to be creative. Be stylish. And when I say outside the box, I don't necessarily mean go crazy, I simply suggest you take some steps to create the type of interior design that you really want. Be creative with your interior design styles, find ways to be individual and do not be afraid to give up the good for the great. Be inspired by places that you've been, styles that you've seen in either magazines or on t.v. and then try them out with confidence. Interior design styles are essentially about building an environment to seduce the emotions.
For example: Concept: Seashell Making lines simple and looking for the function Ending up to give a suitable, efficient video game chair
Abstracting simple elements or objects or even signs to make a successful design that could suit your interior space
Concepts Abstracted from nature 1.Trees 2. Bee hive Or Hexagonal grids
Flower and leaf shapes partition being repeated in different or constant forms