3D Design Visualisation and Presentation

This course aims to develop your skills in design visualisation and for presentations. As a designer the ability to visualise ideas in a suitable way is of paramount importance. Visualisation skills are the designer's language and most important form of communication...

Taught by: Markus Bergstrom, Andrew Haythornthwaite.

Description

This course aims to develop your skills in design visualisation and for presentations. As a designer the ability to visualise ideas in a suitable way is of paramount importance. Visualisation skills are the designer's language and most important form of communication. This course teaches the basic tools of product visualisation: it explores the different methodologies which can be used at the various stages of the design process. During the course you will discuss topics like 'impact', 'expression' and 'concept' which lead to alternative and individual ways of working with regards to what best serves a specific purpose or particular interest. The emphasis will be on sketching, modelling and rendering, using both CAD and traditional techniques. Although focus is not on design, students will be given a design brief to give context to the exercises.

Tutor information

Markus Bergstrom was born in Stockholm 1979.  He studied mechanical engineering at the University of Lund, Sweden, product design at The Danish College of Design, Copenhagen and product design at the Royal College of Art, London, graduating in 2006. He also founded Glass Hill design studio together with Joe Nunn in 2010.

Andrew Haythornthwaite is a London based designer, who graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2006. He has worked in various international locations, and now has a studio based in London with the Okay Collective group of designers. He works on designs of objects, furniture and spaces, and has won several awards including Silver from the IDSA (America), Red Dot (Germany), Stringer Award (BeST, New Zealand) and Most Successful Design (China). Andrew also has work in the permanent collections of MoMA New York.

Materials

Please bring to the first session:?

A notebook and pen.

Details for booking

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