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Tekstilni vzorci iz družinske estetske identitete
Topić, Uroš (Author), Burger Kovič, Katja (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Kolekcija, predstavljena v pričujočem diplomskem delu, prikazuje tekstilne vzorce, povzete po načinu bivanja in interesih izbrane ciljne družine. V ta namen je bila podrobneje raziskana njihova bivanjska kultura, hkrati pa se je upoštevalo kulturno, arhitekturno in stilno ozadje, ki ga družina vpleta v oblikovanje interierja v svojem domu. Na podlagi strokovne literature so bila posebej preučena zgodovinska obdobja in umetniški stili, ki so pri raziskavi posebej izstopali in določili estetiko izbrane družine; to so art nouveau, bauhaus, turške kopeli (hamami) in tekstilna umetnost Bližnjega vzhoda. Prav tako so se pri snovanju tekstilnih izdelkov upoštevale želje in navade posameznih članov izbrane ciljne družine, da bi se zaključena kolekcija kar najbolje vpela v njihov vsakdan; temu je bila prilagojena namembnost, oblikovni aspekt in surovinska sestava posameznih tekstilij. V prvi fazi raziskave je bila uporabljena raziskovalno-analitična metoda, nato pa deskriptivna metoda; na podlagi omenjenih metod sem oblikoval teoretični del diplomske naloge. Osrednji del naloge predstavlja empirični del (zasnova in izdelava tekstilnih izdelkov), kjer je prikazana vizija avtorja, kako z izbranimi tekstilnimi izdelki modificirati podobo interierja ter posledično oplemenititi bivanje družine. Kot rezultat večmesečnega dela je nastala kolekcija šestih tekstilnih kosov za interier, ki sestoji iz dveh večjih tapiserij, jedilniškega prta, volnene odeje in dveh žametnih dekorativnih blazin.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:bauhaus, art nouveau, Orient, tapiserija, hamam, žakarsko tkanje, digitalni tisk
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Organization:NTF - Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering
Year:2019
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Textile patterns from a family's aesthetic identity
Abstract:
In this bachelor’s thesis I discuss the design process of textile patterns, based on the habits and interests of a target family of five. For this I explored their living culture and considered the cultural, architectural and stylistic background, which the family consistently introduce to their home's interior. Using academic literature, I studied the historic and artistic periods, which stood out the most during research and were the defining aesthetic element of the target family; these are Art Nouveau, Bauhaus, Turkish baths (hammams) and textile art of the Middle East. I also considered the wishes and habits of individual members of the target family, so that they could use the finished collection in their everyday lives; for this I adjusted the purpose, design aspect and material composition of individual textile pieces. In the first stage of my research I use the research-analytic method, followed by the descriptive method; based on these I composed the theoretical part of the thesis. The core is the empirical part (the design and production of textile pieces), where I express my own vision on how to modify an interior space using particular textile pieces and, as a consequence, enrich the living culture of the family. As a result of a few months' work I've created a collection of six interior textile pieces, which consists of two large tapestries, a tablecloth, a merino wool blanket and two decorative velvet cushions.

Keywords:bauhaus, art nouveau, orient, tapestry, hammam, jacquard weaving, digital print

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