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TDD3205 3D Design Practices: Spatial Design
Credit Points: 15

Students are introduced to 3D design as a 360-degree physical and tactile experience. Students will explore the way people move through designed environments such as department stores, exhibition stands, and restaurants; how complex floor plans, layouts, and models are created; and the design requirements of 3D spaces such as entrances and exits, pathways, and directional movement. This unit also explores the importance of functionality while maintaining design cohesiveness and visual integrity. Students will design for specific audiences and will learn to consider the needs of individuals.  Sustainable design practices are also considered in this unit.


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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
K76Bachelor of Marketing and Creative Services
MIAAATDesign Minor
MAAABUInterior and Spatial Design Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 12/07/2011 VET: 12/07/2011