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The goal of this course is to gain insight into the transition from design to reality through the creation of a finished piece of furniture. Working methods will be based on the American Studio Furniture movement and focus on one-of-a-kind custom pieces. This course will not address production furniture or production methods. Work will be performed primarily in wood due to available facilities. Students should plan on spending portions of most class periods as well as extensive time outside of class in the woodshop.
|Fulfills||BArch: C-Studio Elective by Permission Only, MID: Required|
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