coursework \\ core module

DR2004 Product Design II

Product Design II encourages students to explore the creation of product forms and details the relationship between form, usability (function), human factors, materials and manufacturing. Form-making techniques and visual thinking skills will be developed and an understanding of the interplay between formal and practical will be explored. Students will do projects centred around a given theme and will identify target market groups and develop in response forms and functions.

Year: 2019/2020

Tutor: Ka Wai


Year: 2015/2016

Tutor: Peer Sathikh & Jeffrey Hong


Year: 2014/2015

Tutor: Peer Sathikh


Year: 2013/2014

Tutor: Chalit Kongsuwan

Project Brief:

The paramount goal of this course is to enable student to interrelate materials (both natural & synthetic), form (the use of identical components), versatility

(stack-ability or modularity), sustainability (repair-ability or replace-ability), thrifty transportation (being flat packable & light in weight) and mass-produced consideration (minimizing production costs & maximizing time efficiency). Students will have to embody their final design through the combination of manual and mechanical usage. 

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