hahaha I had to do this same stupid project in september, only we had a 13 person design team and came up with something good
I dont know how good your school is or how serious you're taking this project but that table looks more fine art based and conceptual, aren't they more interested in the spacial dynamics and design of the table itself and not just the decor that fits the concept? Your thing is more interior design than it is architectural.
you're right, its an intro-to-environmental design course, which is a prerequisite for the architecture faculty. The project is based on order, unity, and how the table can relate to your client.
Nothing really architectural about it, which is why this course is pretty pointless. I'm not a fan of it, but at least doing a serial killer table made it a little interesting.
ooo design courses are fun it doesnt matter what you make as long as you're an eloquent speaker and can sell it to the teacher-also if you somehow equate the project to Marcel Duchamp or Muybridge the tutors will eat that shit up and be convinced you're a genius
hahah so true, I just ramble about unity and all these random tiny elements and how they relate to eachother. Make up a story about how much it means to you and symbolism and such, they eat that up.
I don't have to present anything in this class thankfully, but I have to place my journal on the table showing a one page description of my client, which is super easy.