In this unit you will develop an understanding of the elements and fundamentals of furniture design and consider human factors involved in the design, production and use of their projects. You will develop creative thinking strategies and work on predominantly timber design projects. You will learn about the classification and properties of a variety of timber materials and make appropriate selection for furniture design needs.
You will learn about carpentry manufacturing and production skills and techniques, and develop the skills and techniques appropriate to the timber materials and gain practice in planning and managing woodwork processes through the production of your design project. You will learn about risk management and the ongoing evaluation processes.
In this unit you will learn about the nature of designing for a client, target audience or market. You will learn about the nature, properties and environmental impacts of timber materials, and production techniques. You will apply an understanding of the elements and fundamentals of timber furniture design and consider human factors involved in your design projects. You will develop creative thinking strategies, work on timber design projects within specified constraints and consider the environmental impacts of recycling of materials.
You will extend your understanding of safe working practices and contemporary manufacturing techniques in the workshop, and develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required to manage carpentry processes of designing and manufacturing.
Unit Pair Cost: $100.00
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