Jul 22, 2019  
2008-2009 University Catalogue 
    
2008-2009 University Catalogue [Archived Catalogue]

CRMT 228 - Metal Furniture


This course questions our cultural assumptions about furniture. Are common furniture forms dictated by functional requirements or arbitrary choices that have become traditional? Metal (steel, aluminum, bronze) is used for its strength and versatility; other materials are combined with metal according to student ideas and interests. Techniques include bending/forming of rod, tube and plate, oxyacetylene welding, brazing, mechanical fasteners/tap and die, riveting, and light blacksmithing. Typical student projects include small tables, lamps, chairs, outdoor/public furnishings, and experimental forms. Formerly CR 282

Prerequisites & Notes
Priority enrollment to Crafts majors and Multidisciplinary Fine Arts majors. May be taken twice for credit.

Credits: 3 cr, 6 hrs