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POMPEIIAN ROOM ID 114 Historic Furniture and Styles of Decoration I Mixed Media Rendering
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NAPOLEONâ€™S THRONE ROOM ID 114 Historic Furniture and Styles of Decoration I Mixed Media Rendering (Photo Source: http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8284/7721532722_f74126af80_z.jpg)
KING TUTâ€™S CHAIR
ART DECO CHAIR
STICKLEY CHAIR CHAIRS
ID 114 Historic Furniture and Styles of Decoration I Freehand drawing and mixed media rendering (Drawn with reference)
COLORED PENCIL HATCHING TECHNIQUE
GRAPHITE PENCIL HATCHING TECHNIQUE EQUESTRIAN Arch 2 Freehand Drawing Pencil (Drawn with reference)
LAYOUT & PRESENTATION
ROCKING CHAIR DISPLAY BOARD UP Design Core Exhibit
SAMPLE FURNITURE SCHEDULE
SAMPLE CONCEPT / IMAGE BOARDS
CONCEPT: Mornings at the Library by the Garden The office interior exudes that feeling of being in the library by the garden in the morning â€“ fresh, awakened, and focused. It gives that feeling of being close to nature, where one feels calm and peaceful yet very much alive.
MARKETING OFFICE OF THE UP PRESS ID 131 Interior Design II Create a proposal for the interior renovation of an office space
FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES
Other than for self-defense, peacocks fan their tails to attract the females and to make them look at all their beauty and glory. The peacock lamp takes inspiration from the beautiful rhythm and pattern one can see from the peacockâ€™s fan of feathers. It has graceful and soft lines that elegantly flow through its patterns. The lamp also shows contrast by its industrial-age inspired materials forming a silhouette similar to the whimsical, curvilinear form of a Tiffany lamp. The Peacock lamp, like the feathers of the peacockâ€™s tail, is interesting, rhythmic, and elegant.
PEACOCK LAMP ID 123 Decorative Arts Individual Midterm Project: Create an interior accessory purely out of things you can find at home Materials: G.I. wire (different gauges), steel fruit bowl frame, excess chain from old droplight, paint
CONCEPT (words by Cars Pascual) Change the way you see. The world as it is is ever-changing and dynamic. Nothing stays the same, yet here we are looking at things as we always see them. The same old stories, the same old problems. A parallax is the effect of seeing things from different positions. As such, a simple object suddenly transforms into something more with its almost-infinite perspectives. Suddenly through this filtered lense, this way of seeing, everything is possibly more striking, more driving, more complex. Seemingly a break in reality, but really it’s just a refreshing take, a different view of what already IS. Seeing from below, from above, from beyond. The Parallax takes you through the ordinary, through what’s always been there, and flips you over to a realm of possibilities — invoking both a sense of familiarity and astonishment.
PARALLAX LAMP ID 116 Furniture Design and Construction I Green Lantern Midterm Group Project: Create a lighting fixture from recycled materials Materials: Gaskets, Piston rings, safety pins, Broken lamp base, old lamp, spray paint
CONCEPT (words by Rev Acosta)
Ang alamat ay isang matalinghagang pagsasanaysay ng pinagmulan ng isang bagay. Madalas noong bata tayo, ikinikwento ng mga mas nakatatanda ang mga alamat tulad ng Ibong Adarna, ang alamat ng punong niyog, ang alamat ng buwan at iba pa. Hindi lingid sa kaalaman ng iba na may aral ang mga kwentong ito at pinagmumulan rin ng mga leksyon. Maaaring isinalin na ito sa ibaâ€™t ibang wika at may ilang pagbabago sa kwento sa paglipas ng panahon.
Nagpasasalin-salin man ang mga alamat sa ibaâ€™t ibang wika, tuwiran pa ring masasabi na mananatiling iisa ang diwa at nilalaman ng bawat kwento. Mayroon itong matibay na pinaguugatan. Ito ay ang mayamang kasaysayan at kulturang Pilipino.
ALAMAT CHANDELIER ID 123 Decorative Arts Final Group Project: Create a chandelier Main material: Rattan Core
DESIGN RATIONALE Filipinos are known to have close family ties which extends not only to their nuclear family but to their relatives. Love and care are overwhelmingly present in Filipino families but even so, knowledge of integral care lacks when it comes to elderly needs. Historically, the rocking chair is made available only for the use of the prayle, principalia and the illustrados. It has done its purpose as lounging furniture that can swing back and forth, where the user can read, rest, and relax. Through the years, although its uses have remained the same, its availability has evolved from being exclusive to those with high status in the society to becoming available to common Filipinos. But even with this development, its proportions and most design aesthetics remain the same—flat armrests, an enormously inclined backrest that does not effectively support the lumbar area, and a too tilted rocker base. This old design has been deemed unfit for the anthropometric data of the Filipino elderly women. This new rocking chair’s design recognizes and puts into priority both the health benefits of rocking in a rocking chair and the anthropometrics of the Filipino elderly women, and addresses the problems of previous rocking chairs in terms of ergonomics and anthropometrics.
ROCKING CHAIR FOR THE ELDERLY FILIPINA ID 116 Furniture Design and Construction I Group Final Project: Seating furniture in a social context—create a prototype based on research Materials: Kamagong (accent), Mahogany, Sulihiya
MODERN FILIPINO x NORTHERN LUZON ETHNIC FOYER Real Living Magazine Styling Challenge April 2012 issue ID 124 Historic Furniture and Styles of Decoration II
Arch 3 Formal Presentation Techniques Scaled model based on plans provided
ID 114 Historic Furniture and Styles of Decoration I Scaled miniature chair
PAPER MODEL: Dynamic Tension through Compression and Expansion ID 20 Design Theory Scaled paper model applying the components of the 3-dimensional concept of space
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR’S EVE
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