Scott Noh is an inventor, technology enthusiast, educator and experienced designer at Loft, located in downtown Providence. He has been working with a variety of clients bringing many products to life in such fields as consumer electronics, toys, wearables, health, medical and science. He is also a proud alumnus of RISD and holds BFA in Industrial Design. When Noh is not working, he loves to find excuses to run around, travel the world and coach little league football in the spring.
Fall 2023 Courses
Philosophically, the ID Department believes that students become better designers when they have an intimate knowledge of a range of natural and synthetic materials. In this course, students will learn about the properties of natural wood and engineered wood-based materials, investigate the related technical processes, and evaluate how this information is both connected to and influenced by the design process. Students will work with materials directly and master skills needed to manipulate these materials. They will develop projects that allow them to engage in the design and development process, promote creativity, problem solving, and the correct use of materials. Facility procedures, safety, and care and use of tools and equipment will be stressed.
Enrollment is limited to Sophomore Industrial Design Students.
Major Requirement | BFA Industrial Design