Iterative Design Technology Contemporary Furniture Project

This outstanding, creative SOW, on contemporary furniture, covers a broad range of topics, relating to the new 1-9 GCSE Design Technology Specification.

It covers the entire iterative (non-linear) design process as well as relatable theory. The SOW can be adapted to be taught at KS3, 4 or potentially as a mock GCSE NEA.

♦ Biomimicry
♦ Physics (forces)
♦ Ergonomics & Anthropometrics
♦ Work of others
♦ Advanced Sketching techniques (2-point, free-hand isometric)
♦ Rendering
♦ Writing a brief & specification for a particular client
♦ Iterative Design (design, prototype, evaluate)
♦ Card modelling
♦ CAD modelling
♦ Soft modelling
♦ Hard modelling
♦ 2D Design (CAD, CAM)
♦ Final making

Lessons are planned as doubles (90/120 minutes).

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