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The Faculty of Interior Architecture / Product Design
5th Year, sem 1, 2019-2020 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 1C+12P | ECTS Credits: 16

PID-21 | Design Studio (9)

Department: Interior Design and Design
Course Leader:
prof.dr.arh. Răzvan Luscov
Teaching Staff:
asist.dr.des.Livia Nica-Rus
Learning outcomes:
-he/she will understand, acquire and apply the specific steps of the design process (the history and evolution of the possible solutions, market research, user's profile, sketches, models, technical boards etc.);
-he/she will create and deliver a graphic and oral statement supporting his/her research and innovations;
-training future professionals by creating a complex design project
Content:
DESIGN FOR A PORTABLE DEVICE WITH INTEGRATED OR ANNEXED HEAT SOURCE

-prediploma simulation (documentation, analytic study, definition of the personal project area, concept sketches) presented in a A3 workbook;

-diploma simulation (drawings, plans, elevations, sections, details, perspectives, models, photos, comments etc.) presented in minimum 6 sq.m. of A1 paper sheets;

-visual identity of the project (logo, graphic symbol, presentation poster, technical informative brochure) submitted in a A2 paper sheet.

Teaching Method:
visual and oral presentations, Village Museum filed trip, thematic lectures, discussions and debates, sketches, individual study and research
Assessment:
individual reviews and debates, final public presentation of the project
Bibliography:
general minimal bibliography:
Nikolaus Pevsner, Pioneers of Modern Design -from William Morris to Walter Gropius, ed. Penguin Books, New York, 1960;
Victor Papanek, Design pentru lumea reală, ed. Tehnică, București, 1977;
Bruno Munari, Da cosa nasce cosa, ed. Laterza, 2003;
Neufert, Manualul arhitectului. Elemente de proiectare și construcție, ed. Iutus, 2004;
Rudolf Arnheim, Arta și percepția vizuală -o pshihologie a văzului creator, ed. Polirom, 2011;
Philip Meggs, Alston Purvis, Meggs' History of Graphic Design, ed. Wiley, 2005;
Graham Pullin, Design Meets Disability, ed. Massachusetts of Technology, 2009;
Karl H. E. Kroemer, Extra-ordinary ergonomics: how to accommodate small and big persons..., ed. Cooperation with the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.
Notes:
minimum 50% review sessions during the project
Illustration by Laura Cristea and Cristina Popescu
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