Product design Design Movements

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Flashcards on Product design Design Movements, created by swiss-ed on 04/04/2015.

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Arts and Craft Movement When-End of 19th century Designer-William Morris Inspiration-Floral patterns, nature, organic shapes Uses-Wallpapers, Textiles and Furniture Extra-High quality, traditional techniques, Expensive materials that only the rich could afford
Art Nouveau When-1895 Designers-René Lalique, Louis C. Tiffany Inspiration-Flowing and curvy, floral and insect motifs Uses-Glass, furniture, fabrics, wrought ironwork
Art Deco When-1920-1939 Designer-Clarice Cliff Inspiration-Bold colours, African/Egyptian patterns Uses-Ceramics mainly
Bauhaus When-1919-1933 Designers-Walter Gropus Inspiration-Mass production, Modern materials, Form follows function. Uses-Furniture Extra-Form comes first, materials were chrome tubing and black leather. You needed to be artistic and skilled Experimental colour and form
Modernism When 1900-1930 Designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh Inspiration- Geometric shapes, Ergonomic designs Uses-Anything Extra-Appropriate materials, Very little decoration, Easily mass produced
De Styjl When-1920-1930 Designers-Gerrit Rietveld, Theo Van Doesbury Inspiration- Simplicity, Simple shapes, Vertical lines, Primary colours Uses-Furniture Extra-Originated in Holland
Post Modernism-Memphis When-1970-1990 Designers-Martine Bedlin Inspiration-Bright/contrasting colours, Form over function Uses-Furniture
Post Modernism-Kitsch When-1998+ Designers-Odd Nerdrum,Jan-Ove Tuv Inspiration-Extreme minimalism, no decorative features. Uses-Ceramics mostly Extra-Translated it means tacky
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