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RMIT Industrial Design Upper Pool Design Studio – Review Design Studio 4 GRAP 1034 ; Design Studio 5 GRAP 1035; Design Studio 6 GRAP 2221 sem 2, 2010 Studio Tutorial Title: INFORMAL URBAN PRACTICE

STANDARD U.P. STUDIO COURSE CAPABILITIES

Student Name:

Reviewer Name:

KA MING,LEE (IRENE)

Identify the student in their enrolled studio level. Use either the Studio 4, 5 or 6 column to rate evidence of the studentt’s capabilities at the standard of Pass Credit Distinction etc

STUDIO 6 Expected level: Established

STUDIO 5 Expected level: Consolidating

STUDIO 4 Expected level: Beginning

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Knowledgeable

demonstrated design knowledge and its application as developed through research and design exploration

Creative and Imaginative

demonstrated application of knowledge that challenges existing situations to offer insightful new and alternative design propositions and possibilities

X

Conceptual

demonstrated ability to conceptualise and develop ideas based on research, exploration and experimentation

X

Leadership

demonstrated ability to identify personal strengths weaknesses and ways in which these may be addressed both personally and professionally

X

Synthesis

An ability to synthesise and make manifest these issues via the design work within the time deadlines given by each studio

X

Critical

demonstrated ability to analyse information and scenarios with clarity and maturity that is mindful of diverse contemporary concerns

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Reflective

demonstrated capacity to reflect on propositions and ideas in a way that enables informed opinion and response to actions

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Responsible & Ethical

demonstrated understanding of a range of issues and views with an understanding of how to respond thoughtfully and appropriately with due consideration to consequences and implications demonstrated understanding of the professional work arena and how to identify opportunities

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Employable

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Strategic

demonstrated capacity to think and act with an awareness of the broader contexts in ways that enable personal, professional and socially relevant opportunities to be identified and engaged with

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Communication

to be able to clearly communicate and articulate complex design proposals through graphic, modelling, written and verbal means

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SPECIFIC STUDIO TUTORIAL LEARNING OBJECTIVES Experiment Interdisciplinary player Demonstrate projectspecific engagement

To undertake experimental approaches to creative design research and development work as part of an inter-disciplinary creative design team.

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generate and test project-specific creative techniques that examine and speculate upon informal urban practices.

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RMIT Industrial Design Upper Pool Design Studio – Review Design Studio 4 GRAP 1034 ; Design Studio 5 GRAP 1035; Design Studio 6 GRAP 2221 sem 1, 2008

Comments: Knowledge: research various informal urban practices online with reference. Explorations in material culture, commodities trading and charity social activities through online data base, news and literatures. Creative and imaginative: through the observations in interdisciplinary group activities, the needs of pedestrians and individual intentions became clear. We understand pedestrians need a rest space in public space, so we set up a range of furniture for them.

Conceptual: first hand experience was gained through market trading in city. Ideas and opinions were exchanged through the trading activities. Consideration in locations and equipments were contributed through conversations. Concept of informal commodities trading was drafted by market trading experience and online journals.

Leadership: I am open to work with interior design students in order to gain more peer reviews from alternative perspectives. Verbal communications and drawings were improved through discussions. Effective modelling making, ideas generations and video production were learnt from each other. Time management were better through cooperated within tight time frame. Synthesis: Our hypothesis that memory relies on colour was exanimate. We did a colour test at dockland in different time frames and locations. Our group’s prediction that pedestrians’ behaviours were influenced by colours, so we criticized it through set up colour stools in Carlton Garden.

Critical: the conclusions or outcome reveals that our prediction and hypothesis are not concise. It was contributed to ideas generation. The aim of the practices also be criticized by the results. Employable: several solutions were drafted and prepared before marketing trading. All of them are considered to be employable and efficient. Most of equipments were made from recyclable waste. They are light weight and attachable to walls and body, so that, they were easily set up and wrapped up to suit different locations. Reflective: in the review of marketing trading, the most light weight equipments which attached to body are considered to be the best solution. Ti did not require set up and clean up time. Products were easily be moved and presented when they attached on seller’s clothing. It is ideal to sell products in light weight, such as post cards and small scale souvenirs. Communication: after peer review and practical 3D models in informal urban practices, the goals and presentation methods were clarified. Diagram was presented that articulate what I have learnt in group cooperation and group activities.

Experiment: our group try to undertake our experiments out of RMIT campus. It opens our eyes in people behaviours in class, gender, age and occupations. More challenging and difficulties were faced when security came to us. Opinions from tourists and local residents were collected in activities. Interdisplinary player: cooperated with interior design student’s help me in concept development, opinions exchange.

Demonstrate project specific engagement: the techniques of modelling and digital video making were shared and learnt form each other. Recyclable wastes were reclaimed and applied after brainstorming in groups. Our recyclable waste is including milk crates, colour paper, cardboard. Laser cut and hand craft were both applied in practices.

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