Hong Kong Water Justice

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Concept note

DESN1001 Ideas                                                                                     (6 credits)

This course explores the history of design, through both Eastern and Western industrial revolutions up to the emergence of the knowledge economy and fourth industrial revolution’.  It considers key figures in design, science and art, by examining the creative processes that enabled their work. The goal of the course is to familiarize students with the principles of design and understand it through methodology and execution. Students will examine design not as a cohesive or isolated product of any formal school of thought but rather as a complex and contradictory history bound by prevalent theoretical, social, environmental, technological, political and economic considerations. Throughout the course, students will touch upon two key influences in the development of design thinking: changes brought about by technology and received ideas of progress stemming from the utopian legacy of the Enlightenment.

Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessment

2020/12/11 Kristof Crolla + Eric Shuldenfrei + Cesar Jung-Harada

Cole

Mouhsine

Kristof

Eric

Cesar

Mouhsine

Make it fact based

Data driven approach

  • > Kristof Discussion on Wednesday
  • > Cesar to provide Design Research

Data for Design

In Master’s there’s lot of student interested in ocean and plastic

Impact on Architecture

YEAR 1

Sustainable Leadership

Some people

Last assignment is also individual

Reflection is robust

Asking each what their contribution AND have the TAs verify that

Observation with TACan release the grades INFORMALLY

Give them feedback live, and correct

YEAR 2

DESN2001 Material science and engineering                                      (6 credits)

This course addresses the material aspects and underpinning engineering principles of design, and how material science, engineering, and production influence design.  Through case studies, demonstrations and applied exercises, students will develop a clear understanding of physical properties of materials, their functions, behavior in manufactured constructions, and inherent processes and construction technologies. Students will explore a conceptual framework for sustainable design, and through a broad-based understanding of the possibilities and limitations of different design materials, will consider how material choices in design are determined by the cultural, sociological, commercial and environmental context.

Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessment

DESN1002 Representation  YEAR 1                                                                   (6 credits)

Students are introduced in this course to common representational methods and media in both the development of design ideas and their final projection across a range of contemporary design fields, together with their related technologies. Through problem-based group exercises students experiment with the representation of ideas and critically assess representational strategies within different design contexts.

Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessment

Paying special attention to

Tanya Gurka

Matthew Ma

Erika - writing was really good

Edwin

Duy is doing really well

Nomi has been doing well

Admissions

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Band A: Top 3 choice

Band 1 Secondary school = Good school

Non Jupus

Band B

Second Semester

(DESN 1002) (Kristof)

  • > Cesar Provide Harvey’s proposal
  • > Cesar Provide all his materials

DESN1001 Ideas                                                                                     (6 credits)

This course explores the history of design, through both Eastern and Western industrial revolutions up to the emergence of the knowledge economy and fourth industrial revolution’.  It considers key figures in design, science and art, by examining the creative processes that enabled their work. The goal of the course is to familiarize students with the principles of design and understand it through methodology and execution. Students will examine design not as a cohesive or isolated product of any formal school of thought but rather as a complex and contradictory history bound by prevalent theoretical, social, environmental, technological, political and economic considerations. Throughout the course, students will touch upon two key influences in the development of design thinking: changes brought about by technology and received ideas of progress stemming from the utopian legacy of the Enlightenment.

Assessment: 100% continuous coursework assessment

Tasnia

Grades, portfolio, could catch up getting credits attending

  • Cesar’s course
  • Kristof’s course
  • Eric’s course

Eric Sch: have to sign it off

Chris Webster: have to sign it off

Ivan is on top of this admin -

Room

Book 719 with Isabel

Australian water scandal

Future's exchange Chicago Exchange adding Water as a commodity: