Up-to-date report from one of our students!
Course: Interior Design
Program: One Year Course
Period: Sep. 3, 2018 - Apr. 26, 2019
our professor gave us this basic instruction of wooden materials. We learned some kinds of wooden materials and how those are used in furniture, cost, installation, and sustainability.
I’m about to design a new furniture for my project of the GUCCI store. Those sketches are just quick ideas for it. I am getting some advices and finishing the furniture in 3D.
this is the 3D view of the first design by building in Sketchup. I will set it in 3D view of the store and confirm whether it fits or not.
For our Art visit class on Friday, we visited the Orsanmichele and got to see inside. The design of it was mixed styles from before 14th century and after the century. Particularly we could see that in their paintings on the walls. There are oil paintings on a wooden canvas which one of them is Image #7 and fresco paintings applied directly on the walls which one of them is Image #5. Oil paintings were used in churches after 14th century. The church tells so many movements between those centuries.
This is a market place around the Carro. We learned about the basic arch structure of the ceiling. The arch style is a typical in Firenze. Also this one is original structure of arch.
By focusing at the structure of windows, the windows in the Image 10 are smaller than them in Image 11. The difference tells a time period when did those buildings build. The building with the smaller windows was built before 18th century, but the other one was built century after.
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Language: Reporter: Ai MARUYAMA
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