Culture Based Product Design

Naik, Satyaban (2015) Culture Based Product Design. BTech thesis.



The physical appearance of any product is the main factor for its success in the market which is highly influenced by the culture, multi-culture, architectural aspect of the context where it is widely used. Recent trends show that models of culture aid in design analysis of various
technologies. Hence it is a powerful tool in helping of building of instructional products and services. This research project examines the construction of cultural based model, architectural model and models evolved from various historic and linguistic analysis of product design for India. The project discusses about various zones of India based on cultural, architecture, customs, traditions, rituals etc in a region and to translate these factor for designing of a product. These cultures are of great potential in enhancing the design value
and being recognizes in international market. Developing the original meaning and the cultural values of the region and with the help of new production technology, it can be transformed into modern products to meet the need of the market. Local factors such as raw materials, tradition, skills and socio cultural values contribute a major part in the product design and manufacturing in any country. The tendency to use available natural resources is in harmony with the eco system. Hence culture and traditions play a major role in the designing of contemporary products.

Item Type:Thesis (BTech)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Culture, Model of culture, Multi-culture, Aesthetic, Architecture, Cultural factors, Design, Zones of India
Subjects:Engineering and Technology > Industrial Engineering
Divisions: Engineering and Technology > Department of Industrial Design
ID Code:6659
Deposited By:Hemanta Biswal
Deposited On:20 May 2015 08:42
Last Modified:20 May 2015 08:42
Supervisor(s):Khan, Mohammed Rajik

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