Tutorial 5 - National Design Centre

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This is the 'i' chair, which is based on the Chinese chair where there were no nails or rivets  and only based on joints. Principle of Design: Balance, as both sides of the chair are symmetrical when you 'cut' the chair straight down the middle.

This is the 'i' chair, which is based on the Chinese chair where there were no nails or rivets and only based on joints. Principle of Design: Balance, as both sides of the chair are symmetrical when you 'cut' the chair straight down the middle.

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This is a picture of the map of the first SMRT train routes in Singapore. Principle of design: contrast, between the different colors of the train routes

This is a picture of the map of the first SMRT train routes in Singapore. Principle of design: contrast, between the different colors of the train routes

In this picture all the books are the President's design award Singapore but of different years, holding Singapore's history in all of them. Principle of design: Dominance, as the yellow book stands out amongst the rest which are slightly more grey scale (white, black, silver).

In this picture all the books are the President's design award Singapore but of different years, holding Singapore's history in all of them. Principle of design: Dominance, as the yellow book stands out amongst the rest which are slightly more grey scale (white, black, silver).

This show the SBS guide book cover from 1980-1981. Principle of Design: Rhythm, as the pattern (arrow shape) is repeated creating a rhythm in this picture.

This show the SBS guide book cover from 1980-1981. Principle of Design: Rhythm, as the pattern (arrow shape) is repeated creating a rhythm in this picture.

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This shows a dress style was inspired by the Yves Saint Laurent boutique and crafted in the Japanese drab look, like Yamamoto which was popular amongst the people back then. Principle of Design: Contrast, between the black and yellow in the dress.

This shows a dress style was inspired by the Yves Saint Laurent boutique and crafted in the Japanese drab look, like Yamamoto which was popular amongst the people back then. Principle of Design: Contrast, between the black and yellow in the dress.

This is a newer interpretation of the Nyonya porcelain vessels which are traditional domestic wares of the Chinese-Peranakans. Principle of Design: Proximity, as the spots have enough proximity to still have white space between the spots and still allows people to easily see the pattern/design the spots are creating.

This is a newer interpretation of the Nyonya porcelain vessels which are traditional domestic wares of the Chinese-Peranakans. Principle of Design: Proximity, as the spots have enough proximity to still have white space between the spots and still allows people to easily see the pattern/design the spots are creating.

This dress was inspire by the Cattleya orchid. Principle of Design: Dominance, the gold accent in the middle of the dress catches the viewers eyes as the dress itself it white, allowing the gold detail to easily stand out.

This dress was inspire by the Cattleya orchid. Principle of Design: Dominance, the gold accent in the middle of the dress catches the viewers eyes as the dress itself it white, allowing the gold detail to easily stand out.

This iconic Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight stewardess uniform was based on the sarong kebaya which was mainly worn by traditional women in the Southeast Asia region. Principle of Design: Rhythm, as a similar pattern is repeated all over the uniform.

This iconic Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight stewardess uniform was based on the sarong kebaya which was mainly worn by traditional women in the Southeast Asia region. Principle of Design: Rhythm, as a similar pattern is repeated all over the uniform.

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This shows the Philips Le Cube Portable Radio Cassette Recorder, designed in Singapore doing the 1980's.Principle of Design: Contrast, between the black and Yellow in the recorder.

This shows the Philips Le Cube Portable Radio Cassette Recorder, designed in Singapore doing the 1980's.Principle of Design: Contrast, between the black and Yellow in the recorder.

These are stools manufactured to meet the needs of its consumers, owners, mostly local coffee shops and food courts who use them can easily stack the chairs and even put a chain to secure them together. Principle of Design: Rythym, as the chairs are stacked above each other and that the chairs all look the same creating a rhythm due to repetition.

These are stools manufactured to meet the needs of its consumers, owners, mostly local coffee shops and food courts who use them can easily stack the chairs and even put a chain to secure them together. Principle of Design: Rythym, as the chairs are stacked above each other and that the chairs all look the same creating a rhythm due to repetition.

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