Design Elements- Texture, Color, Form + Function

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Jenna Johns-Yu, Room by Room's Boot Camp mentor puts together this presentation full of form, color and texture inspiration for aspiring designers to get started on their plant vessels!

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  • Ruth Osawa-
  • Henry Moore
  • Fugimori “charcoal house” Burnt cladding as a means of sealant from the elements
  • Andy Goldsworthy
  • PS 1 in New York. Edible garden in the Museum of Modern Art. Made from recycled cardboard tubes. planters for vegetables, herbs and fruit. 100% solar-powered and will utilize rain collection for irrigation. tubes create an elevated canopy for shade & tubes extend to the ground to become columns.
  • Chihuly Founder of the RISD glass department
  • Richard Serra “Band”
  • Richard Serra Right side- “The Matter of Time” Left side- “Wake”
  • Take out Chinese food box From a website called “Instructables” that is a D.I.Y. idea exchange site.
  • Marcel Duchamp. Reinterpretted the function of this urinal. This act started a huge anti-”art” (traditions, culture) movement called “Dadaism” that started in the early 20 th century.
  • Make your own green house
  • MIO’s line of eco products sold in Target. Recycled paper herb pots.
  • Design Elements- Texture, Color, Form + Function

    1. 1. Design Elements Texture Color Form Function

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