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Analysis of Research for my Lamp Design.

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SOURCE WHAT I FOUND HOW IT HELPED ME Interview with my client -Client would prefer material to be made of wood and or acrylic -Client would like light blue or yellow lights -Informed me of possible colour ...read more.


designs have environmentally materials used in its manufacturing -Possible pricing range for manufacturing -Informed me of how the environment effects potential designs Design Inspiration -Phillipe Starck's work are very expensive -He takes into consideration, how things work. ...read more.


-I now have a wider knowledge of the different types of low-voltage moodlights there are in the market. ...read more.

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