Design Studio Project B provides students with the opportunity to develop a major design project in a studio-based environment responding to complex issues and grand challenges facing contemporary society.
The course will provide students with understanding of design practice through critical engagement with theory, concepts and practices, including thinking surrounding sustainability and ethics.
Students will develop and evaluate interdisciplinary design thinking and processes that includes elements such prototyping, documentation, fabrication and presentation. The design studio projects engage with students’ studio specialisation studies and their understanding of integrated design and project management.
Students will work individually, and as part of multidisciplinary teams, to develop critical, rigorous and sophisticated responses to design research questions and project briefs as developed in SDES9213 Design Studio Project A.
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