Studies in Form (DR3001) Design as capturing interesting questions, made meaningful thru wresting them into becoming physical forms of response, to which others then make meaning, appreciating original questioning. Questions such as: “Hidden in one, is the form of another.”   Module Intent The major objective of this course is to allow students to explore how designs of motif, line, plane, volume and space can harmoniously integrate through the perceived beauty and functional utility of two and three-dimensional objects.   Key Content Studying methods suggesting perceptual phenomena of kinetic, illusory and floating qualities, by applying elements of pattern, linear, planar and volumetric and spatial designs, inspired by nature and artificiality as references.   Expected Outcomes