Date of Degree
MFA (Master of Fine Arts)
Correia, Monica C.G.
First Committee Member
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
An exploration into the possibilities of surfaces as three dimensional forms through abstraction and movement. Through manipulation and the transition from two dimensional and three dimensional surfaces become adaptable for use as functional objects, furniture and spaces as they come together to create designed compositions based on scale, material, fabrication process and meaning. The following writing hopes to present a working statement of methodology for design across the three-dimensional design spectrum, from small objects, to furniture prototypes, to architectural and interior scale concepts.
Design, Furniture, Interiors, Objects
vii, 36 pages
Includes bibliographical references (page 36).
Copyright 2016 Justin Gray Bailey
Bailey, Justin Gray. "Facets, segments, bends and swells: an approach to designing and making in three dimensions." MFA (Master of Fine Arts) thesis, University of Iowa, 2016.