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作者 Germann, Nicholas M
書名 An Argument for Modern Craftsmanship: A Philosophy of Design, Materials, and Process in a Post-Industrial Environment
國際標準書號 9781124930862
book jacket
說明 87 p
附註 Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 50-02, page: 0670
Adviser: Gerald Michaud
Thesis (M.Des.)--University of Cincinnati, 2011
I see myself as a Digital/CNC Craftsman. What does that mean? It means that I utilize new and emerging tools to produce quality objects. The criterion for what constitutes "quality" emerges from my contemporary redefinition of what "Craftsmanship" means and its use applications. For too long, the idea of craftsmanship has been relegated to the unsubstantiated realm of "hand work" and "non-machine made" with no consideration for the processes involved. However, it is exactly the process' involved, and how well they are holistically integrated into the built object that this new redefinition of Craftsmanship argues for
School code: 0045
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 50-02
主題 Design and Decorative Arts
Philosophy
Architecture
0389
0422
0729
Alt Author University of Cincinnati. Design
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