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Title: An Experimental Design Method for Urban Furniture Design Education
Authors: Örnek, Muhammed Ali
Aytaç, Gülşen
Keywords: Urban Furniture
Design Education
Instructional Design
Issue Date: 17-Nov-2012
Publisher: Konya Technical University Faculty of Architecture and Design
Abstract: People living in commune have some necessities in public spaces. And urban furnitures became as an answer to these necessities. In history, they have been accepted as a cultural sign where they are using. As an example, Roman was building Victory Gates and sculptures of conquerors to conquests. For another example, classical red telephone boxes of Brits. In spite of being created by self­necessities and aesthetics of each society, urban furnitures replaced with less detailed, low cost mass production products during industrial revolution. Consumers who didn't discontent with these mass manufacture products, inclined to user -based designed and produced products. This orientation of customers forced producers to take care of design and designers and conduced to beginning of some design trends like Bauhaus. This time period is a breaking point for urban furnitures as other design products. Our study aims to make students using instructional design methods in urban furniture design process.
Description: 96
Appears in Collections:ICONARCH - International Congress of Architecture and Planning

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