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1 Integrating Japanese Studies Into An Industrial Design Curriculum IND Beginning Industrial Design IND Technology, Society, and You (general studies) IND Manufacturing Materials and Processes IND History of Industrial Product Design IND Advanced Concepts and Visualization David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

2 What is Industrial Design? The planning and development of useful objects for mass-production. - Problem recognition - Problem definition - Research - Creative solutions - Product development - Manufacturing

3 IND Beginning Industrial Design Introduction to the design process. - Research methods - Cultural aspects - Form development David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

4 IND Beginning Industrial Design - Japan as a specific culture for which an object is designed. - Japanese aesthetic in architecture, arts and crafts, design - Study cases of current and historic Japanese design David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

5 - Cultural research image board (must include original photos) - Cultural research verbal presentation - Aesthetic appropriate according to research

6 IND Technology, Society, and You Relation between society and technology, culture and design. - Industrialization and labor (Post WWII, economic miracle) - International exchange of technology - Sustainability (Energy efficiency, economy) - Future technology and manufacturing (Robotics, comm.) David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

7 IND Manufacturing Materials and Processes - Efficient manufacturing practice - Creative use of materials - Sustainability - Entrepreneurship David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

8 Bubble Boy by Inax, 1986

9 IND Manufacturing Materials and Processes - Sony, consumer electronics - Contemporary design teams - Kyocera and Japanese ceramics - Toyota, just in time manufacturing David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

10 IND History of Industrial Product Design Overview of international styles and movements, technology, architecture, and arts as they relate to society. - Evolution of profession - Chronology in relation to world events - International landscape JapaneseScandinavianGerman ItalianDutchAmerican David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

11 Japanese Design “There is nothing in Japan. But it is the emptiness of a crucible that absorbs everything from the outside and transforms it into something totally different.” - Yukio Mishima, novelist, essayist

12 Kazenoko (child of the wind) stool, 1984 The first in a series of furniture that took their forms from the Japanese Kanji writing system.

13 Kanso: simplicity Shinzen: naturalness Yugen: subtlety Fukinsei: asymmetry

14 wabi-sabi wabi- understated elegance, imperfect sabi- serenity of their patina/age. wabisabi

15 ‘Tako’ (bracket) wall lamp, 1971

16 Ikebana (flower arranging) - Communication through form - Relation to semantics 1460

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18 Japanese Tea ceremony All 5 senses

19 The Aesthetics of the Japanese Lunchbox

20 Toshiyuki Kita ‘Saruyama’ (monkey mountain), 1967

21 ‘Luck’ sofa, 1986

22 IND Advanced Concepts and Visualization - Concepts based on human/social behavior - Concepts that address a specific human condition/need - Futuristic concepts - Design competitions (Kiozumi) David Klein, Metropolitan State College of Denver

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24 The Art of Chindogu (odd or distorted tool) From the book 101 Unuseless Japanese Inventions.

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27 Thank you!


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