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1 Furniture Design (3) ( IDF 4102 ) Lecture 6 Week Ten & Eleven Faculty of Arts and Design

2 Furniture Design (3) Course Lecturer : Prof. Hana Yassen Course assistant : Eng. Maha Elwany Lecture (8:30-9:20) Tutorial ( 9:30-1:20 ) Office hours: Thursday ( 8:30 – 12:30 ) E-mail Location ( F 411 )

3 - 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:

4 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

5 - 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:

6 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.

7 How to Apply Wood Art As a contemporary artistic medium, wood is used in traditional and modern styles, and is an excellent medium for new art. Wood is used in forms of sculpture, craft, and decoration including chip carving, wood burning, and marquetry.woodartsculpturechip carving wood burningmarquetry Wood offers a fascination, beauty, and complexity in the grain, that often shows even when the medium is painted. Wood is used by carpenters to create many useful items such as cabinets, furniture What is Wood art ?!

8 Requirements: - Representing a suitable art design (idea) to apply it using MDF










18 Assignment: Ideas for shapes, abstract art, motifs, Natural elements…etc To extract a good form to make a successful design To be handled on A4 papers to choose the one which will be applied

19 Thank You Prof. Hana Yassen Eng. Maha Elwany

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