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The Arts: Visual Communication: Interior Architecture Unit

START HERE: Task Guide Interior Architecture Unit

  • Assessment Rubric
  • Link or Description of AUSVELs, Australian Curriculum Outcomes or Study Design Outcomes

6: Resolution Presentation

All folio work must be completed and your two final boards need to be mounted and presented professionally.

Below are some examples:

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5: Refinement


 

1: The Design Brief

Information provided by Teacher Librarians on the task:

When searching for inspiration, think of key terms that apply to the task.

Some key words:  mood board, architectural plans, fabric swatch, paint swatch,

Task Information

4: Development of Concept

2: Research

Try the techniques  from the YouTube clip using Inspiration on your LifeBook or experiment with the online tool Bubbl.us

2: Research

Mood Boards: Collating Inspiration


Some people like to sketch out their ideas on paper, others like to collect and create a 'cut and paste' style inspiration board, while others like to use digital tools such as Pinterest to collate and layout their ideas; John Dick & Son demonstrate in their short Mood Board tutorial.  Choose a way which works best for you.

3: Generation of Ideas