Case study 1:
VerSus Project: Vernacular heritage sustainable architecture
Vernacular heritage this project aimed to identify the key principles from the vernacular heritage and to use and develop those ideas into the design of a more eco-responsible architecture. The following aspects were key: Construction , Architecture , Landscaping, Urban design and Town planning.
Case Study 2
Brooklyn Brewery: case study on a artisanal product design
Brooklyn Beer started around about 28 years ago. with Steve Hindy and Tom Potter, they were the founders of this prestigious company. this company really became top because of its remarkable sales history since the beginning. This company did so well over the years that it became the capital of Brooklyn regarding beer brewery . They've also done all branding, advertising, marketing and packaging by the selves since they're stared they also became the most dynamic artisanal beer making area in the whole country
Case Study 3 Indigenous craft production…show more content… Traditional and local elements are mixed in order to form new designs with an international feel to it. Design team creates fabrics that are inspired by colors, people and the diverse social differences in South Africa(Figure D). Traditional and local elements are mixed in order to form new designs with an international feel to it. The Design team legacy , the founders believe that design should have meaning and should be accessible, they believe that designers should learn from their mistakes and create even more inspirational products, they also believe that criticism is the best tool for improving a design or concept Design Team believes efficiency, friendliness, thoroughness, dedication, perseverance, honesty, ownership and a willingness to learn from their stuff and management in the work