Industrial Design 2.1
This course will focus on in-depth design exploration, placing an emphasis on high-level research, innovative concept generation and refinement focused on problem solving and manufacturability. Semester projects will focus on sustainability and furniture, the later project requiring a full-size functional prototype. Project themes are intended to cover key critical information, while tailoring material to individual interests. Regular formal reviews with enable individuals to develop verbal and visual presentation skills, and formal lectures will be balanced against one-on-one in-studio instruction (prerequisite: Industrial Design 1.2). Offered junior fall.
Shelley Costa Bloomfield
A 2004 Edgar Award nominee for Best Short Story, Shelley Costa is the author of A Killer’s Guide to Good...more
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