Technology in Making
Draw on new technologies, such as laser cutting and 3D printing, to produce a prototype object with an emphasis on light. Come up with a design that demonstrates future-thinking characteristics. Consider the environmental sustainability of your work.
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- 29 Nov 2021
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- research and analyse relevant theory and precedents in relation to light, relevant technologies and the future of light
- synthesise ideas to design an object in relation to light
- adapt and transform existing methods of making, or develop new ways to create and assemble an object
- incorporate ethical and sustainable work practices working independently and collaboratively in the production of objects,
- communicate conceptual intent through the construction of an object using new technologies of light, making and construction.
- Phenomenology of Light
- Laser Cutting and CNC Routing
- 3D Printing
- Model Making
You should not enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
- CUR-BIA370-Exploration and Manifestation of Interiors (No longer available)
- Other requirements -
Webcam, Speakers, Microphone
This subject was previously known as BIA370 Exploration and Manifestation of Interiors.
This innovative subject examines narratives of occupation, of use, and of making, as embedded in designed products that constitute the interior. Through a series of explorations and testings, students use technology to create a prototype object that has purpose and feasibility for the design industry. Emphasis is placed upon future-thinking and finding simple ways to communicate narratives of construction, use, and occupation. Practices of environmental sustainability are also considered in students’ final products.
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- Proposal (20%)
- Presentation (30%)
- Constructed Prototype Project (50%)
Current study term: 28 Nov 21 to 27 Feb 22
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Bachelor of Applied Science Interior Architecture
- Level Four Subjects
- Level Four Subjects - Honours Stream