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URN etd-0114108-124444 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2929 times. Download 947 times. Author You-ting Huang Author's Email Address No Public. Department Industrial Design Year 2007 Semester 1 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 144 Title A Study On The Application Of The Spirit Of
Deconstruction To Product Design
Keyword product design design standards deconstruction deconstruction design standards product design Abstract For as long as the human race has had such a thing as culture, architecture has always had a close connection with peoples’ lives. Changing eras and trends as well as differences in local environments and cultures of the peoples of different countries have resulted in the emergence of architecture in every style and form. The modern age with its progress in technology and precise scientific planning has seen the development of architectural materials and complex structures reach a new level, where architects are now able to fully realize their design ideals like never before.
Especially the deconstructivist Architecture alone emphasizes the rejection of traditional structures and forms with a vitality that has rocked contemporary design. This study discovers in its product design research that in today’s product design, many concepts arise from the original spirit of deconstruction. This study thus explores the essence of deconstruction from the point of view of a design researcher and looks to analyze the ways in which deconstructivism manifests itself and then turns these into product design. This is intended to provide later product design students and professionals with a new reference and means of expression.
Advisor Committee Fu-yuan Li - advisor
Li-chieh Chen - co-chair
Mu-chuan Su - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2007-12-13 Date of Submission 2008-01-16