• Brain storming
• Topic selection
• Developmental work
• Research Board/ Mood Board/ color boards/ drawing boards
• Sketches (quantity: 65-70)
• Painted designs (quantity: 50)
• Fabric sampling (quantity: 40)
• Project: Textile based Product (functional/non-functional (decorative), interior/ furniture/ apparel/ upholstery/ textile art/ panel etc.)
• Thesis process Report/ survey
• Display/ Presentation
• This course explores the tactile and visual elements of materials creating surface pattern and texture on flat artwork, textural fabrications and 3D forms for application in interior design, fashion and as installations.
• The aim of the project is to testify students for independent design project planning, development, and execution. The project will be a reflection on the development and research compiled during above mentioned courses being offered in the term. Students will:
• Work on a design project in their selected area
• Give Design solutions
• Document their work
• The major project must include/follow the following points:
1- May include one or more related items with the selected focus area
2- Must be individually produced by the candidate
3- Must be certified on the appropriate form by the Board of Studies as candidate’s original work
4- Must be completed by the student and supervising teacher as the student’s own work.
5- Must include supporting documentation
Course Learning Outcomes
• Students explore the process of textile design and its relationship to the function of the finished product.
• Students examine the fashion forecasting process, with an emphasis on textile development and color trends in the global and domestic markets.
• A line of textile print concepts is developed based on research of markets, trends, and color.
• Students learn to market their skills and pursue careers in the textile industry.
• Through comprehensive portfolio analysis, students designs are critically evaluated and prepared for presentation to prospective employers and clients.
• Emphasis is placed on the compatibility of fabrics to meet performance criteria and market acceptance.
• Students identify fabrics, weights, construction, and finish.
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