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 DEVELOPING A DESIGN FROM A THEME (1)

V. Ryan 2012

 

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HOW TO INCORPORATE THE STYLE OF A WELL KNOWN DESIGNER
IN A FINAL DESIGN
 
Product designers sometimes select features from a design movement or the work of a known designer, and apply them to their own designs. For example, the work of Charles Rennie Mackintosh have many recognised features. Some of the features he developed are regularly applied to modern designs. He used stain glass and ceramic tiles as decoration. . Mackintosh utilised a combination of design principles derived from Art Nouveau, the Arts and Craft Movement and Japanese design. Many of his designs are regarded as examples of early modernism.
 
The DVD storage unit seen below, has had a number of Mackintosh features applied to it. Stain glass, ceramic tiles and other Mackintosh design features, have be used to enhance the original, plain design.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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