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  1. Key Designers of the 20th Century

  2. Designed 1962 • Designer: Achille and • Pier Giacomo Castiglioni

  3. This module leads you to look at some of the key designers of the 20th C. The designer I want you to focus on will be taken from the following 1.Frank Lloyd Wright: 2.Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: 3.Sir Norman Foster: 4.Tadao Ando: 5.Daniel Libeskind: 6.Zaha Hadid:7. Le Corbusier: 8.Richard Rodgers: 9. : 10.Charles Rennie Mackentosh: 11.Walter Gropius: 12.Eileen Gray: 13.Alvar Aalto: 14.Charles Eames: 15.Frank Gehry: 16.Carlo Scarpa: 17.John Pawson: 18.Renzo Piano: 19.Terance Conran

  4. 1.Frank Lloyd Wright:

  5. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe German Pavilion, Barcelona, Spain, 1929.

  6. 3.Sir Norman Foster Terminal 3, Beijing Airport, 2008, Beijing

  7. Tadao Ando contemporary arts centre in the Punta della Dogana building in Venice for luxury goods tycoon François Pinault.

  8. The Ascent at Roebling’sBridge ,Cincinnati USA Daniel Libeskind Concept Sketch for The Ascent

  9. 6.Zaha Hadid Hoxton Square, London

  10. 7. Le Corbusier Le Corbusier chaise lounge LC4.

  11. .Richard Rodgers The Millennium Dome, designed 1996–99.

  12. 9.Gerrit Rietveld Red Blue Chair 1923

  13. Charles Rennie Mackentosh

  14. Walter Gropius Gropius House68 Baker Bridge RoadLincoln

  15. .Eileen Gray Eileen Gray Side Table

  16. Alvar Aalto Aalto Lounge Chair No.43 for Artek

  17. Charles Eames Lounge chair and ottoman

  18. Frank Gehry Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2008

  19. Olivetti Showroom Carlo Scarpa Piazza San Marco, Venice, Italy

  20. The Church at Novy Dvur John Pawson

  21. .Renzo Piano The Bubble: Genoa, Italy

  22. Terance Conran Glassware

  23. Now you get your designer... Be kind to him/her... Get to know him/her...

  24. Task I have given you a designer to study… On an A3 board you will “design” a mood board which shows your designers inspiration, design ethic, use of material, light, shape. • This can be completed using collage, sketches, single words: you are in charge. Its your design...

  25. Information is readily available in the Learning Resources Centre here or in one of the other colleges, via the internet or in the City Library. Make a note ofwhere you get your images, and information from. Books /magazines, title, author, page number, image title This will enable you to use these at a later date for referencing, further research (maybe if you do level 2) and when your work is marked we can see/check if required where you did your research Notes Websites, URL, Name of Site, date accessed, name of image, site author if possible.

  26. Do not just choose one design element /feature: look at the designers’ roots as well as their most famous designs. Look at the period in which they worked/are working, what does this say about that person. Where did they work/travel/train? What was/is their style? http://www.luxury-insider.com/Current_Affairs/post/2009/02/18/Zaha-Hadid-Italian-Inspiration-for-the-Regium-Waterfront-Project.aspx

  27. http://www.e-architect.co.uk/

  28. Checklist: • Research and collect imagery and information on your chosen designer which will assist in your design. (Place in front of development Pack along with Brief and checklist.) • Produce 2 minimum A5 Mood boards (2D or 3D) for your client’s approval.

  29. Draw up a dimensioned floor plan with elevations. Showing all fixed elements. Current wall/floor finishes fuse board/waste outlets etc. Stud walls, doors. Plus a front elevation of the space showing glazing, doors and signage.

  30. Produce 4 minimum A3 development sheets prior to your final design. Showing ideas for layout, design, feature detail & colour scheme. Include sketches as well as images from books/internet.

  31. Contractual Plan showing full Dimensions Showing alterations features of fixed elements. No furniture required.. • Presentation Plan (rendered)

  32. Produce at least 1 visual perspective (One or two point) from the floor plan. Rendered. • Elevations of Walls not shown in perspective • Produce a shop Front elevation showing window/signage/colour and any alterations.

  33. Produce a sample board or attach to plans/ elevations and label • Mount work to A3 presentation Boards or place in Display Wallet.