Design 50: Three-dimensional Object Design
Final review for Design 50 with guests Mauricio Soto, CCA and Ernest Jolly, from the Design Museum. Students presented a “Tool for Two Types of Sitting.” Each of these prototypes was designed to be made from cardboard. Fabrication methods were developed by each student and presented by the Social Sciences and Humanities Courtyard. The studio was led by Assistant Professor Brett Snyder. Katie Accord, one of the students in the class, is pictured testing out her own chair, which uses tubes of recycled cardboard set into a lasercut cardboard armature.
DES 50. Introduction to Three-dimensional Design (4)
Studio—4 hours; lecture/discussion—2 hours. Prerequisite: course 1; course 16 recommended or consent of instructor. Priority given to Design majors. Design concept development and detailing as it relates to the making of objects, structures and models using form, scale and materials. Product design and rapid prototyping methods using a range of techniques for advancing the design process. GE credit: ArtHum | AH, VL.—IV. (IV.)