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Furniture design and manufacturing 1

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LESSON PLAN EXERCISE-1 FOR FURNITURE DESIGN STUDENTS WITH FOLLOWING OBJECTIVES:
1-TO STUDY AND UNDERSTAND FURNITURE STYLE DEVELOPMENT.
2-TO STUDY THE TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS OF DESIGN.
3-SELECTION OF A CHAIR AS A MODEL FOR REDESIGNING.
4-REDESIGNING OF SELECTED CHAIR BY USING SELCTED DESIGN ELEMENTS.
5-PRESENTATION DRAWINGS.
6-MANUFACTURING DRAWINGS.
7-COST CALCULATION.
8-MANUFACTURING.
9-FINAL PRESENTATION.

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Furniture design and manufacturing 1

  1. 1. FURNITURE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING ASSIGNMENTC O N T E N T SPARA HEADING PAGELESSON PLAN 011 PROJECT 22 PROJECT OBJECTIVE 23 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 24 DESIGN OBJECTIVE 45 DESIGN SEQUENCE 46 TECH SEQUENCE 57 DESIGN CONSIDERATION 58 DESIGN INVESTIGATION 69 JOINERY 610 SPECOFICATION 611 MANUFACTURING PROCESS 612 MANUFACTURING FACILITY 613 SUGGESTED MATERIAL 614 METHOD OF ASSESMENT 6ANNEXTURES ATTACHED.• LESSON PLAN DETAIL PAGE-1 to 8• ANNEX-A FURNITURE STYLE DEVELOPMENT(TIME LINE)http://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-styles-development-timeline• ANNEX-A-1 Furniture-by-charles-rennie-mackintoshhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-by-charles-rennie-mackintosh-2012• ANNEX-2 FURNITURE STYLE GUIDEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-style-guid• ANNEX-2A MODIFIED/REDESIGNED CHAIR EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/modified-chairs• ANNEX-B AUTO CAD CONCEPTUAL SKETCHEShttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/auto-cad-conceptual-drawings• ANNEX-B1 AutoCAD 2D DRAWINGShttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/auto-cad-2d-drawing-21578257• ANNEX-C PRODUCTION/MANUFACTURING DRAWINGhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-manufacturing-drawings-dining-chair-21580400• ANNEX-D CUTTING & HARDWARE LIST EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-cost-calculation1 | P a g e
  2. 2. • ANNEX-E COST CALCULATION EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-cost-calculation• ANNEX-F PHOTOSHOP PRESENTATIONhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/photoshop-presentation-21588392• ANNEX-F1 PRESENTATION WITH BACKGROUNDhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/presentation-with-complete-background• ANNEX-G PRODUCTION SEQUENCE FOR A CHAIRhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/cahir-manufacturing-process2 | P a g e
  3. 3. LESSON PLANTITLE FURNITURE DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGYSUBJECT SELECTION OF CAHIR FROM FURNITURE TIME LINE AND REDESIGNING OFSAMEOBJECTIVE 1-TO STUDY AND UNDERSTAND FURNITURE STYLE DEVELOPMENT.2-TO STUDY THE TRADITIONAL ELEMENTS OF DESIGN.3-SELECTION OF A CHAIR AS A MODEL FOR REDESIGNING.4-REDESIGNING OF SELECTED CHAIR BY USING SELCTED DESIGNELEMENTS.5-PRESENTATION DRAWINGS.6-MANUFACTURING DRAWINGS.7-COST CALCULATION.8-MANUFACTURING.9-FINAL PRESENTATION.GRADE LEVEL BA- FURNITURE DESIGN 3RDYEAR STUDENTTIME DURATION 12-WEEKS FOR ALL RESERCH AND PRESENTATION WORK4-WEEKS FOR MANUFACTURING AND FINAL PRSNTATION.16-WEEKS IN TOTALAUTHOR JI-KHAWAJAEXERCISE No: 013 | P a g e
  4. 4. STUDENT GRADE: BA FUNITURE DESIGN & MANUFACTURING 3RDYEARPROJECT TIME: 12-WEEKS FOR ALL RESERCH AND PRESENTATION WORK4-WEEKS FOR MANUFACTURING AND FINAL PRSNTATION.16-WEEKS IN TOTAL.1-PROJECT : RESEARCH, PLAN ANDRE-DESIGNING OF A CHAIR THAT IS BOTH FUNCTIONALAND ASTHETICALLY PLEASING.2-PROJECT OBJETIVE: 2.1 To help the students to study and understand FURNITURE STYLEDEVELOPMENT by studying the FURNITURE time line especially following styles:A. Early American Style furniture 1640-1700B. Colonial style furniture 1700-1780C. Georgian style furniture 1714-1760D. Queen Anne furniture style 1700-1755E. Chippendale furniture style 1750-1790F. Federal style furniture 1780-1870G. Victorian style furnitureH. CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH2.2 To study the traditional elements of design (Shapes, ornaments, motif anddecoration)2.3 Modification/Redesigning methodology-DESIGN PROCESS (Selection of aCHAIR from furniture time line as a model and Modification/Redesigning ofsame)Example at annex-2A2.4 INITIAL PRESENTAION (SKETCHES,AUTOCAD ,PHOTOSHOP)2.5 MANUFACTURING DRAWINGS2.6 COST CALCULATION2.7 CUTTING LIST2.6 MANUFACTURING OF PRODUCT2.7 FINAL PRESENTAION ALONGWITH FINISHED PRODUCT3.PROJECT DESCRIPTION: 3.1 Study of Furniture Style Development (Time Line) example detail availableat Annex-A , A-1 & A-2. Students can go on line and view the resources onthe subject for better understanding.3.2 Selection of a chair by student of their own choice from furniture time line.(Students has to write down the reason for selection particular design)4 | P a g e
  5. 5. 3.3 Selection of three or four design elements, shape, ornaments, motif anddecoration from their own favorite style. Examples as below3.4 Free hand sketching of selected chair and latter on converting same designon AutoCAD 2-D and 3-D representation that communicates anunderstanding of the principles and elements of design. Students can go online to view the resources on the subject for better understanding.3.5 Once the above activity is complete then student will take task ofModification/Redesigning of selected chair (Selected chair may be a DiningChair, Study Chair, Bedroom Chair, Recline Chair, Reception visitor chair * byusing selected design elements as explained in Para-3 .3) Annex-A-33.6 Sketch exercise5 | P a g e
  6. 6. 3.7 Selection of final sketches for development movement3.8 Auto cad drawings 2-d & 3-D (Example detail available at Annex-B & B1)3.9 Selection of Raw material and finalizing of specification.3.10 Initial presentation drawings for final approval.(AutoCad & Photoshop-Annex-B,B-1,F)3.11 Production/Manufacturing drawings.(Example available at Annex-C)3.12 Cutting and Hardwarelist (Example and pattern available at Annex-D)3.13 Cost calculation (Example and pattern available at Annex-E)3.14 Manufacturing of final design.3.15 Final presentation along with finished product.(Annex-F-1)4-DESIGN OBJECTIVES 4.1 FUNCTION-HOW AND WHERE WILL THIS CHAIR BE USED4.2 PROPORTION-WHAT SIZE WILL MAKE IT PERFECT4.3 CUSTOMIZE-WHO WILL USE IT4.4 LOCATION-WHERE IT WILL BE PLACED4.5 STYLE-WHAT SHOULD IT LOOK LIKE5-DESIGN SEQUENCE 5.1 FIRST STUDY FURNITURE DESIGN DEVELOPMENT (FURNITURE TIME LINE)AS EXPLAINED IN PARA 3.15.2 SELECT A CHAIR OF OWN CHOICE FROM A STYLE.5.3 CREAT CONCEPT SKETCHES (USE EACH SUCCESSIVE SKETCH AS A BASIS FORNEW IDEA OR EXTRACT AN ELEMENT OF SKETCH TO BE ADDED TO DESIGN)5.4 CREATE A ROUGH DRAWING OF DESIGN FROM THE SKETCH WITH THEMAJOR PROPORTIONS, SCALE AND ELEMENT OF THE DESIGN DESCRIBED.6 | P a g e
  7. 7. 5.5 DESIGN CONCEPT5.6 SKECTCHES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCT5.7 PRESENTATION CONCEPT6-TECH-SEQUENCE 6.1 AutoCAD DRAWINGS 2D & 3D6.2 MANUFACTURING DRAWINGS6.3 CUTTING/MATERIAL LIST6.4 HARDWARE LIST6.5 COST CALCULATION6.7 ARRANGMENT OF MATERIAL.6.8 PRODUCTION PLANNING SEQUENCE6.8 PRODUCTION7-DESIGNCONSIDERATION7.1 STYLE7.2 SIZE OF PRODUCT7.3 FUNCTION7.4 APPERANCE7.5 SHAPE7.6 ERGONOMICS7.7 MATERIALS7.8 SAFTY7.9 FINISH7.10 COST7 | P a g e
  8. 8. 8-DESIGN INVESTIGATION 8.1 Investigation leads to a clear understanding of the limits of the designproblems. First, all concerned are advised to read and understand the keywords of the project brief. In this assignment project key is8.1.1 STUDY FURNITURE STYLE DEVELOPMENT (Para-2.1/Annex-A,A-1 &A-2AND SELECTION OF A CHAIR FROM FURNITURE TIME LINE8.1.2 SELECTION OF THREE OR FOUR DESIGN ELEMENTS, SHAPES,ORNAMENTS, MOTIF AND DECORATION FOM YOUR FAVORITE STYLE.8.1.3 MODIFICATION/REDESIGNING OF SELECTED CHAIR (Annex-A-3)Note here key point is“Redesigning and modification of selected chair from period style”9-JOINERY 9.1 CREATE STRONG JOINTS WHICH ARE HIDDEN WITHIN FAÇADE OFFURNITUREKEEP YOUR DESIGN STRAIGHTFORWARD9.3 USE MINIMUM PARTS.9.4 Use of nail in wooden finished structure is not allowed, use screw whereever required.10-SPECIFICATION 10.1 FINALIZE YOUR PRODUCT SPECIFICATION IN ACCORDENCE WITH THE STYLEAND DESIGN.11-MANUFACTURINGPROCESS11.1 STUDENT MUST BE AWARE OF COMPLETE MANUFACTURING PROCESSWHICH REQUIRES TO COMPLETE THE PRODUCT MANUFACTURING.Annex-G12-Manufacturing facility 12.1 WITH THE HELP OF COURSE LEADER STUDENT MAY USE THEMANUFACTURING FACILITY1- INSIDE THE UNIVERSITY2- OUT SIDE THE UNIVERSITY13-SUGGESTEDMATERIALS.13.1 SOLID WOOD,PLYWOOD,BENDED PLYWOOD,HIGH DENSITYPOLYUROTHENE FOAM,FABRIC,LEATHER,DECORATIVE METALPART,DECORATIVE PLASTIC PARTS,NC OR ACRALIC PAINT FORFINISHING,WHITE GLUE FOR WOOD JOINTS ETC,ETC.14-METHOD OFASSESMENT14.1 Evaluation of the project will be based on the functionality, originality andquality of the design. The project will be assessed on whether the studentsused their knowledge of design principals and function of chair to create adesign that satisfies all given requirements.8 | P a g e
  9. 9. 1-ATTACHMENTS• ANNEX-A FURNITURE STYLE DEVELOPMENT(TIME LINE)http://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-styles-development-timeline• ANNEX-A-1 Furniture-by-charles-rennie-mackintoshhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-by-charles-rennie-mackintosh-2012• ANNEX-2 FURNITURE STYLE GUIDEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-style-guid• ANNEX-2A MODIFIED/REDESIGNED CHAIR EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/modified-chairs• ANNEX-B AUTO CAD CONCEPTUAL SKETCHEShttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/auto-cad-conceptual-drawings• ANNEX-B1 AutoCAD 2D DRAWINGShttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/auto-cad-2d-drawing-21578257• ANNEX-C PRODUCTION/MANUFACTURING DRAWINGhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-manufacturing-drawings-dining-chair-21580400• ANNEX-D CUTTING & HARDWARE LIST EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-cost-calculation• ANNEX-E COST CALCULATION EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-cost-calculation• ANNEX-F PHOTOSHOP PRESENTATIONhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/photoshop-presentation-21588392• ANNEX-F1 PRESENTATION WITH BACKGROUNDhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/presentation-with-complete-background• ANNEX-G PRODUCTION SEQUENCE FOR A CHAIRhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/cahir-manufacturing-processNote:- Pl. click on the link to download the file.2-COURSE LEADER BACKGROUND9 | P a g e
  10. 10. • FURNITURE DESIGN & MANUFACTURING BACKGROUND .3-TEACHER REQUIRMENT• HISTORY TEACHER FOR THE TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE OF “FURNITURE DESIGNDEVELOPMENT (TIME LINE)• AUTO-CAD INSTRUCTOR• PHOTOSHOP INSTRUCTOR• WOODWORK INSTRUCTOR• REPORT WRITING TEACHER4-STUDENT PRIOR KNOWLEDGE• COMPLETE KNOWLEDGE OF DESIGN PRINCIPLE AND ELEMENTS, AUTOICAD,PHOTOSHOP AND WOOD JOINERY.5-ASSIGNMENT• TEACHER MAY DEVIDE CLASS IN GROUPS OR ASSIGN PROJECT TO INDIVIDUALSTUDENT.6-JIK-KHAWAJA IN PUT• PROJECT DETAILS ARE AVAIABALE ON FACEBOOK PAGE “ FURNITURE DESIGNGROUP (PIFD) ”• ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BECOME MEMBER OF GIVEN PAGE.• ALL STUDENTS WILL UP-LOAD THEIR WORK ON THE GIVEN SITE AS PER THE DETAILAND SEQUENCE GIVEN IN LESSON PLANN FOR THE INPUT OF JI-KHAWAJA• REGARDING THE PROJECT DISCUSSION WILL BE ON THE SAME SITE.ANNEXTURES ATTACHED.• LESSON PLAN DETAIL PAGE-1 to 810 | P a g e
  11. 11. • ANNEX-A FURNITURE STYLE DEVELOPMENT(TIME LINE)http://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-styles-development-timeline• ANNEX-A-1 Furniture-by-charles-rennie-mackintoshhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-by-charles-rennie-mackintosh-2012• ANNEX-2 FURNITURE STYLE GUIDEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-style-guid• ANNEX-2A MODIFIED/REDESIGNED CHAIR EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/modified-chairs• ANNEX-B AUTO CAD CONCEPTUAL SKETCHEShttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/auto-cad-conceptual-drawings• ANNEX-B1 AutoCAD 2D DRAWINGShttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/auto-cad-2d-drawing-21578257• ANNEX-C PRODUCTION/MANUFACTURING DRAWINGhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-manufacturing-drawings-dining-chair-21580400• ANNEX-D CUTTING & HARDWARE LIST EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-cost-calculation• ANNEX-E COST CALCULATION EXAMPLEhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/furniture-cost-calculation• ANNEX-F PHOTOSHOP PRESENTATIONhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/photoshop-presentation-21588392• ANNEX-F1 PRESENTATION WITH BACKGROUNDhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/presentation-with-complete-background• ANNEX-G PRODUCTION SEQUENCE FOR A CHAIRhttp://www.slideshare.net/jik_1959/cahir-manufacturing-process11 | P a g e

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