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TDD2102 3D Design Practices: Materiality
Credit Points: 15
Students examine a wide array of products and materials available for use in design, both for constructional and decorative purposes - knowledge of these materials, their uses and technological development is of vital importance for any designer. Colour is an important aspect of material finishes and is dealt with in a workshop format. This unit also introduces students to simple techniques for communicating design concepts, such as sketching and perspective drawing. Students will design an environment or interior space (selected from a range of options) and will be required to consider sustainability and universal access in their projects.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
MABUTQEnvironmental and Spatial Design Major
MIAAHSEnvironmental and Spatial Design Minor
MAFVDOFilm and Video Major
MABUUMFilm and Video Major
MABUURHumanities and Arts Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2013 VET: 20/05/2013