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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Industrial Design Toward the 21 s Century Toward the 21 st Century Lecturer Hyeon ‐ Jeong Suk (h.j.suk@kaist.ac.kr) TA Mokryun Baik (mokryun.baik@gmail.com) Class Monday, 2pm~5pm (#109, N8) Office hour Thursday, 10am~12pm (#406, N8) Designer reviews V. Papanek, S. Bae + (K. Murray), + Contemporary styles of H. Esslinger, F. O. Gehry, K. Ekuan, J. Jensen © Dr. Hyeon ‐ Jeong Suk, CED Lab. | Dept. of Industrial Design, KAIST © Dr. Hyeon ‐ Jeong Suk, CED Lab. | Dept. of Industrial Design, KAIST 2 Pluralism Pluralism: No single architectural or design theory or approach was pre ‐ eminent any longer. An era of diversity and niche markets. © Dr. Hyeon ‐ Jeong Suk, CED Lab. | Dept. of Industrial Design, KAIST Alternatives Alternatives: Alternatives to the conventional material values and social mores of consumer society © Dr. Hyeon ‐ Jeong Suk, CED Lab. | Dept. of Industrial Design, KAIST Pluralism: “Nostalgic Neoclassicism” • Historical references quoted by post ‐ modern designers....
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