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Undergraduate Art and Design degree shows: Thursday 2 -- Sunday 12 June 2011. Our annual degree shows are a highlight in the School's calendar and the culmination of much hard work and commitment from our students. They give the University a chance to showcase the original, innovative and inspiring work that is being produced within the School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, and School of Art & Design at undergraduate level. More more information, please visit: http://www.ntu.ac.uk/creativeaction
This documentary film is about my years 5 senior thesis furniture design in industrial design i study in faculty of architecture KMITL Bangkok Thailand. By Teerapol Tanamontol email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more about what its really like to study once of our creative design courses. Hear from our recent graduates talking about BA (Hons) Architecture, BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design, BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology, BA (Hons) Product Design, BA (Hons) Furniture and Product Design and BSc (Hons) Product Design. For full details about our courses and how to apply visit http://www.ntu.ac.uk/adbe
In this video I review three approaches to using integrated cabinetry as an architectural design element. The video opens with images of Shigeru Ban's furniture house where the cabinetry functions as not only a storage and spatial divider system, but also the home's structural support. Primary Concepts reviewed: 1. Thick wall 2. Cabinet as architecture 3. The Divider In order of appearance the architects, designers and companies featured in this video are: Shigeru Ban Architects (thumbnail rendering by: House Vision) Modal Design StudioLAB, LLC Radius Architectural Millwork Ltd. Specht Architects Baldridge Architects John Maniscalco Architecture Ann Marie Baranowski Architect PLLC Quezada Architecture Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Case Study House Pro...
You have already seen Green Design's booth, so I would like to take you on a short tour of the work of one of my favorite all time woodworkers, George Nakashima. I had the honor of spending a day with George Nakashima in 1988, two years before his death. A special display of his work is featured at this year's show and I thought you might be interested in seeing the work that has been influential and inspiring in my own development as a designer and craftsman.
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Robotics-engineer-turned-entrepreneur Hasier Larrea wants to give furniture superpowers. In response to rising rents and populations in global cities, he has created a tool to make small spaces work harder with robotics. http://orisystems.com As head of Architectural Robotics research at the MIT Media Lab, Larrea spent 4 years developing strategies for “living large in a small space”: his team created an “army of furniture with superpowers” and built a 200 square-foot living laboratory focused on using mechatronics (electronics plus mechanical engineering). Now, his company Ori- Japanese for “to fold”- has created robotic furniture that transforms into a bedroom, living room or an office with the push of a button. Ori System’s first offering (widely available in early 2017) is a morphin...
This is a documentation of the design workshop,where we had designed a furniture piece inspired from fire ant rafts. The whole project is based on self organizing system, and here is the furniture piece that can deform itself on external forces and regains its form once it is removed. This is the documentation video of the whole process :)
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