Contenu connexe

En vedette(20)


Plus de dezyneecole(20)


Jitesh Thakur,B.Sc.Interior Design+2 years Diploma ID

  1. Project report on Product Design At Dezyne E’cole College, Ajmer Submitted to Dezyne E’cole College towards The partial fulfillment of the Bachelor of science in Interior Designing BY Jitesh Thakur Dezyne E’cole College 106/10, civil lines, Ajmer Tel – 0145 – 2624679 2015 - 16
  2. JITESH THAKUR INTERIOR DESIGNER Email: Web: Phone: 9829024839 0145-2629679 To be a successful interior designer we need to focus on all the aspects of human behavior. I thank Dezyne E’cole to make me an skilled person and make me ready for the industry. SKILLS Google Sketchup Photoshop Autocad Good Aesthetic sense INTREST Anchoring Music Reading Books Experiments LANGUAGE Hindi English EXPERIENCE Design development project Residential Design project portfolio PROFILE EDUCATION Bachelor in science in interior Design + Two year Residential and Commercial Design Diploma – Dezyne E’cole College, Ajmer – (2015-2018) 12th Rajasthan Board - Dayanand Bal Niketal Sr. Sec. School, Ajmer – (2014-2015) 10th Rajasthan Board – Dayanand Bal Niketan Sr. Sec. School, Ajmer – (2012- 2013)
  3. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I Am Glad That Dezyne E’cole College Has Assigned Me Product Design Project. It gives me immense pleasure to be associated with this project. The project was a joyous learning process. The project has been made by the contribution of various people. First of all, I would like my gratitude to our principal Mrs. Vinita Mathur to her kind help and encouragement. I am very thankful to her for her advice, assistance and constant support throughout making Of This Project Portfolio. I would like to thank all my beloved teachers and my parents for their support and confidence in me. Thank You
  4. COMMERCIAL DESIGN Professional commercial interior designers must have knowledge and understanding of space planning, interior design, and project management, along with business skills. They also need creativity and imagination. Many commercial interior designers receive their formal training by completing interior design bachelor’s programs, such as a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design. Commercial interior design is the process of creating and overseeing the construction or renovation of a commercial space. Involving much more than simply decorating the interior of the space, commercial design will address such issues as the choice of building materials, the layout and placement of interior walls, plumbing and power systems, and even coordinating communications with construction professionals, owners and service providers. This level of interior design requires the interior designer to have a solid working knowledge of architecture, as well as a sense for creating functional and attractive setting within the space. Interior designers who specialize in commercial interior design often work with clients to develop a plan that begins with the actual construction or renovation of the building. This first segment of the process is often referred to as FIELD VERIFICATION. Essentially, this step has to do with taking measurements at the work site to determine the exact dimension of the existing building shell or to determine the measurements for the building that will be constructed. At the same time, ideas about ceiling and lighting options will begin to emerge, as well as ideas about how to best arrange the interior space to meet the needs of the client. This data is that used to prepare schematics that reflect the current conditions of the building site. Known in commercial interior design as the “as-built” or “as-in” drawings, these basis plans are plotted according to scale, and will be invaluable in developing the ideas for arranging the major construction elements of the interior space. In a sense, creating these starter plans forms the basis for the entire interior design project. With a working knowledge of how things are currently set up, it is possible to begin planning the future condition of the space. Here, interior designers will begin to adapt the existing floor plan to a new scheme that may involve using some of the existing elements, while doing away with others, and adding new touches and new architecture.
  5. Once the final plans and drafted and accepted, many commercial interior designs will get to work handling the preliminary details for the client. This can include obtaining any necessary building permits, communicating with any current tenants of the building, and arranging the contracts with plumbers, electricians, and construction professionals. Throughout the project, the designers will remain in communication with everyone involved with the project, making sure progress in consistent and any issues are addressed in timely manner. Commercial interior design can be used to create office building, manufacturing plants, and even apartment complexes with equal proficiency. Designing commercial interiors involves designing the interior of any facility that serve business purpose. Facilities that fall under the category of commercial interior design include businesses that invite the public in. Other restrict public access but are business enterprise such as corporate offices or manufacturing facilities, commercial interior are also part of publicly owned facilities such as libraries, courtyards, government offices, and airport terminals, to name a few.  Commercial specialities and career options in commercial design: Corporate and executive offices – Professionals and executive offices  Financial institutions  Low firms  Healthcare facilities –  Hospitality  Surgery center  Hospitality and Entertainment facilities –  Hotels, models and resorts  Restaurants  Retail / Merchandising facilities –  Department stores  Malls and shopping centers  Showrooms  Institutional facilities -  Government offices  Prisons
  6. PRODUCT DESIGN Product design process: the set of strategic and tactical activities, from idea generation to commercialization, used to create a product design. In a systematic approach, product designers conceptualize and evaluate ideas, turning them into tangible inventions and products. The product designer’s role is to combine art, science, and technology to create new products that people can use. Their evolving role has been facilitated by digital tools that now allow designers to communicate, visualize, analyse and actually produce tangible ideas in a way that would have taken greater manpower in the past. Product design is sometimes confused with (and certainly overlaps with) industrial design, and has recently become a broad term inclusive of service, software, and physical product design. Industrial design is concerned with bringing artistic form and usability, usually associated with craft design and ergonomics, together in order to mass produce goods. Other aspects of product design include engineering design, particularly when matters of functionality or utility are at issue, through such boundaries are not always clear. The product design is a designers centred programme that encourages individual vision and philosophy of a designer to drive the design and develop process. You will develop a range of communication media from drawing, model-making, computer- aiding-design, prototyping scale and full size realisation of your design. Through commercial projects, field trips to experience design in a different culture and the opportunity of a work placement, it’ll be given all the skills needed to help us succeed within the world of design. The course allows us to focus and develop our artistic and individual approach through experimentation to meet the needs of client. Through a range of diverse and stimulating projects you will explore many aspects of product design; from the understanding of user needs, to the exploration of design through communication work. We will develop a range of key communication skills using a range of media and methods from drawing, model making and building. The results were discussed in the steering committee and the conclusion were used for the conclusion were used for the final order of the products.  All products could be tested by all users for the period of one week.  Pupil’s desks and chairs were tested in certain classes for three weeks. A Latin Square Design was used for the avoidance of coincidence effects.
  7. SCHOOL FURNITURE The school is organised as a day school and includes several school and therapy offerings, a lunchtime programme and rooms for a rest period. The Kindergarten (min. age for admittance is four years) serves to prepare the children for school through games and activities which develop the attention span, concentration and self-help, and to help develop the concept which are lacking. The classes aim at the academic goals of a public school, particularly reading, writing and arithmetic. Instruction is given in classes of 4 to 6 pupils, and if possible, follows public school curriculum. In Switzerland, nine years of school are compulsory. Other school service cover support (including transport), instruction on an individual level, and various therapeutic treatment and aids to assist in academic training, as well as to assure optimal motor development. In 2004 it was decided to replace all the furniture, including different kinds of tables and chairs (pupils and teachers chairs and stools). The new furniture had to meet ergonomic regulations, as well as the very individual needs of the disabled pupils. In regard to the pupils desks and chairs the aim was to shift from individually tailored solution to products with a modular concepts.  Definition of Requirement – A walk-through for observation, some measurements (e.g. dimensions, adjustability), semi-structured interviews and photo documentation was made in nine different but representative rooms. The rooms were chosen by the member of the steering committee. In second step, a product search was done by a representative of the city Zurich based on the defined requirements. Additional suggestions were made by members of the steering committee. The product were chosen either out of the school furniture or office furniture sector, that is so say that were standard products. Some furniture (e.g. teachers’ desks and chairs) were not further discussed. Chairs which should be adequate to very individual needs to a handicap. Teacher’s desks and chairs were not to be further evaluated. For the purpose of this standard, the following definitions shall apply – A. Seat:  Height of the Seat  Effective Depth of the Seat  Minimum width of Seat  Radius of Front Edge of the Seat B. Backrest:  Seat plane to Bottom of Backrest  Lower and Upper Limits od backrest
  8. CASE STUDY I have to design an teacher’s table for the 10th class. The teachers table should be the centre of attraction in the room. The requirement of the client is to give separate space for storing duster and marker and to give drawer facility for storing files and other documents.
  9. SYNOPSIS The project has assigned me during my 2nd Year commercial design diploma. In the product design project I first consider that what is the requirements of the client, what kind of project the market wants the most, why I should make the product, what benefits it will provide to the person who will use the product at the same time I designed the product which should be equilibrate with the surrounding. Along with all those points I made an brain storming paper, rough sketches of the design, research board, concept board, material board, colour board, and CAD drawings.
  10. C O N T E N T Brainstorming Paper Research Board Concept Board Colour Board Material Board Rough Sketches My Design Render View
  12. RESEARCH BOARD For designing a teacher’s table I first do research on the type and design of table which are used in market. After this I do research on for which class the table will going to use and I also concerned with which kind of things they want to store in the table. I also do research on the different materials, finishes, colours and the concept of design which helped me in designing.
  13. CONCEPT BOARD As the construction of the school did on contemporary style as sleek simple lines used in construction so the design of teacher’s table should be equilibrate with the interior. That’s why I have taken an contemporary style in the design of teacher’s table.. Contemporary style
  14. C – 3% M - 13% Y - 28% K - 0% C – 35% M - 64% Y - 100% K - 26% C – 68% M - 64% Y -67% K - 69% C – 6%% M - 6% Y -5% K – 0%% C – 6% M - 6% Y -5% K – 0%
  15. MATERIAL BOARD 30mm PLYWOOD used on table top and 19mm PLYWOOD used on the other parts of the table. LAMINATE used to give finish to the table and PLATE glass used in right side of table and on the top of duster storage area.. PLYWOOD 19 & 30mm NATURAL ALMOND 4946-38 A M P C O WESTERN BRONZE 4973-60 LAMINATE PLATE GLASS 4-6mm
  17. MY DESIGN I have designed a teacher’s table for the room of 10th class. The requirement of the room is that teacher’s table must creates an emphasis point in the room. As classroom has made with contemporary style so the teacher’s table should equilibrate with the design of room. The requirement of the client was to give storage duster and marker in the table and the drawer for storing files and other documents. The design is following the contemporary style by using sleek and simple lines. Plywood used in the construction with 3mm of mortise and tenon joint. Laminate has been used to give finish to the table. Flint glass also used in the table.  The teacher’s table has drawer facility for storing documents.  Separate storage for duster and marker.  Plate glass provides great aesthetic sense to the table.  Line has been transformed in the design. The design has inspired from geometry. Contemporary style Google sketchup software used to make 3D of table design.
  18. RENDER VIEW Google sketchup software used to create an aura.