4th February 2011 at 00:00

Resource of the week

The Memphis design movement was experimental, its proponents often creating everyday objects using unexpected materials. This Year 10 resource, uploaded by gbean318, outlines a scheme of work where pupils design an acrylic clock in the Memphis style. They must write a brief for a Memphis design, asking questions about how the product will be used, and compile a list of specifications. The resource can be found at

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