Month: February 2018

DR3005 – Week 6

After brainstorming, we expanded on the idea of the nest as a place not just for animals, but for humans as well. We felt that by incorporating both elements it showed that there could be a harmony between humans and nature.   Last week, we proposed the idea of having a shared space between animals (birds) and humans. However, there… Read more →

DR3005 – Week 5

Last week, we presented the concept of the bird nest and the idea that it is a symbol of the home, as well as being a nurturing and conducive environment where we can realise our potential. By having a representation of a nest within NTU, it reflects our university as embodying the attributes mentioned above. This week, we are exploring the… Read more →

DR3005 – Week 3.5 progress

Building on the feedback from the previous presentation We realised that we focused too much on the utilitarian and functional aspects to define our design.   The piece should have a meaning of its own, a narrative and a reason for its inception. To identify the attributes that define NTU and its students.   Taking cues from the fern bench,… Read more →

DR3005 – Week 3

Week 3 Our design was inspired by wild mushrooms, as we felt that we could create a practical and functional sculpture that could retain the original, natural form of the mushroom without too much deviation, as the theme was in relation to nature. Originally, when we were thinking of an inspiration, we came across a natural phenomenon or attribute known… Read more →

DR3005 – Week 1 (The infra-ordinary)

Interpretation of ‘The Infra-Ordinary’ Our interpretation of Georges Perec’s piece is that we as a greater society and as individuals have become jaded toward that which makes our lives possible living. The cogs of the system so to speak. We take the things and structures and processes around us for granted, not realizing the possibly extraordinary or unexpected circumstances in… Read more →

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