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Project 3: Final Outcomes

 I think I will let the photos do the talking, with just a brief summary for each

Idea one can be worn three ways as a pendant using just the box lid, a necklace using the whole design or a brooch. 189 more words

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Project 3: Idea Development

From the initial ideas I concluded that the first idea needs to still incorporate the broch shape and some sort of layer definition.  By a bit of luck and playing I have the solution for the broch shape.   251 more words

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Border Crossings - Who am I?

For our Border Crossings Module we were asked to explore our identity and culture and how this shaped who we are today. In order to do this we must look past traditional clichés and really look into ourselves as an individual – how does where we work, live, eat and socialise influence who we are? 314 more words

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A Study in Chichewa and Pavement

At the market today, one of the vendors tried to sell me two wooden carvings of rhinoceros.  I told him two was too many, for the rhinoceros is endangered.   2,047 more words

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Border Crossings – Micro Meso Macro

I have designed multiple social and working areas by implying spaces with structures and visual signalling. By researching the site I determined areas of activity, socialising, avoided spaces and areas where more space is needed. 155 more words

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Border Crossings – Micro Meso Macro

For this interior design project I have been given a long narrow space in the the DJCAD building to redesign to fit the needs of the people using it and represent the identity of an art school. 183 more words

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Border Crossings – Culture + Identity – Interdisciplinary

I have explored the idea of culture and identity further with students from textile design and jewellery + metal design. By examining each team member’s personal research we were able to join our four separate viewpoints into one cohesive project. 49 more words

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