It’s important to me to polish ideas as I get closer to the building stages of a project. It’s necessary keep an eye out for details in order to execute a complete, well organized concept.
I’m excited to get this project into the metal shop! The structure will be made of steel and wood, and topped with glass. When foirst sketching this up, I was aiming for innovative, unconventional structure and use of materials. I like how things are coming along. I’m expecting some trouble with structural issues and costs. In any case, I am very excited to work through the difficulties and see the piece finished, and on the gallery floor!
Designing something involves a sequence of steps. There are infinate possible ways to build a chair, for example. Figuring out how it will look and how it will be constructed is often times more difficult than actually constructing it. The designer must think about how it’s built, what it’s made of, how it’s used, and so on.
I love how an idea becomes a sketch, a sketch becomes a model, a model becomes a prodotype and then you have a final piece. This is a table design I’ve been thinking of for a couple months. Finally got it drawn up in Rhino 3D.
I’ve been working on this project for a while. I’ve modified the design to better functionality and comfort, while allowing myself time to meet my deadline. This project has shown me how disadvantages and mistakes can redirect you to a better outcome.
I’m glad to be a part of another group show like this. This is one, hovever, I’m especially excited about. I’ts downtown on 4th Ave, at Conrad Wilde Gallery. Its a very nice place and I’m really happy to have the opportunity to show my work there.
As an aspiring industrial designer, a lot of my ideas are in the direction of 3 dimensional form. I’ve been working on a few designs for a gallery exhibit of contemporary furiture. This is something I came up with on Rhino 3D. I’ll start working on the actual prototype in the next week.