Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Moulton, Clay Robert Author's Email Address email@example.com URN etd-08292007-103115 Title Resonant Frequency: Artefacts in Response to Time Degree Master of Science Department Architecture Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Dunay, Robert J. Committee Chair Green, William R. Committee Member Vernon, Mitzi Committee Member Keywords
- industrial design
Date of Defense 2007-06-15 Availability unrestricted AbstractThis Industrial Design graduate thesis is a
response to the discussion surrounding the
question, How can Design move from Green
to Good? Three artefacts have been designed.
These artefacts respond to a context. Context,
in this body of work, is time. Time as context
is about knowing the before now, applying it to
the now, to positively affect the after now. The
artefacts respond to three distinct lifetimes: 5
minutes 45 seconds, 8 hours 45 minutes, and
10 years. The intent is to utilize a Natural
system, time, in a manner beyond typical
product life-cycle-analysis. Also included are a
series of essays which investigate and comment
on issues and insights encountered during the
Design process of this thesis.
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