Model Making is to Induce Creative Skills Within Students of Architecture and Product Design

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Rupesh Surwade, Kanwaljit Singh Khas


In this Paper, we explained about how students studying product design and architecture with benefit from model making. Detailing and materialisation procedures are commonly disregarded in design education when it comes to a systematic design process. In order to give clients a false sense of completeness, educators frequently advise students to concentrate on describing problems, coming up with creative design solutions, and presenting "nearly completed ideas" in the form of comprehensive and nuanced depictions. This paper also mentioned a methodical approach for design education and practise in selecting the top prototypes and models to encourage disagreement, originality, Careful attention throughout the detailing and realisation phases a step throughout the design process. Because during design procedure, as details are being finalised, students and young designers tend to gravitate toward tangible solutions and materialisation tasks are prioritised and pushed, the authors also suggest maintaining a rigorous process of concept development and ideation, as well as an intense cognitive and measure the different, for analysing design issues and coming up with solutions. The lack of hermeneutic inquiry and design reasoning in this rigid development process should be compensated for by the longer employing mock-ups and prototypes, divergence and converging processes throughout the refining and materialisation stages, as well as "apprenticeship" interactions between students and faculty.

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