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Elements of design in Interior

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Elements of design in Interior

Interior design is an art of designing the inside space of a building creatively and technically. The designed space should be visually attractive and allow the clients to perform their works. The client or user should not feel discomfort with the position of an object in a space or by the color, size, and shape of an object.

Interior design is an art of designing the inside space of a building creatively and technically. The designed space should be visually attractive and allow the clients to perform their works. The client or user should not feel discomfort with the position of an object in a space or by the color, size, and shape of an object.

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Elements of design in Interior

  1. 1. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN FALAKNAAZ
  2. 2. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN • LIGHT • SPACE • TEXTURES • LINE • COLOUR • HARMONY / THEME • RHYTHM
  3. 3. LIGHT: ❖ It helps to made the VISIBLITY of the object. ❖ It gives beautiful look and different AMBIENCE. ❖ In INDIAN culture light are mostly used in festivals and different cultures. TYPES OF LIGHTING 1. General lighting 2. Task lighting 3. Decorative lighting
  4. 4. GENERAL LIGHTING: • Natural light of sun in Day time. • It gives the uniformity in the room. • It allows us to see the design much more clearly.
  5. 5. TASK LIGHT: • It gives the right level of illumination for task. • Such as lamps for study tables and Spotlights.
  6. 6. DECORATIVE LIGHT: • It just for mere decorations used in rooms such as different kind of lamps,terrace,sp ecially for festivals and celebrations.
  7. 7. SPACE: • It is a continuous area or expanse which is free, available, or unoccupied. • Space is the dimensions of height, depth, and width within which all things exists and move. • Space gives us an idea of position (two or more items) at a distance from one another. • Space defines in two category; 1. POSITIVE SPACE 2. NEGATIVE SPACE.
  8. 8. POSITIVE SPACE: It is A enclosed space occupied by an object.
  9. 9. NEGATIVE SPACE: • Negative space is the area between and around the objects. • It emphasize to see shapes and sizes more effectively and produce better composed image.
  10. 10. RHYTHM: • Rhythm in Interior Design comes from repeatation. • One can repeat the shape,size or colour to let your eyes move throughout the room.
  11. 11. LINE: • A Line is the connection of two or more points. • Definition is simple ,believe or not lines are quite complex. • Basically a lines can actually have a psychological effect on a room. • One can use different kinds of lines all the time in order to create a particular mood or ambience in the rooms. • One can also use a combination of lines ,but often times one line will be planned to dominate in order to accomplish a desired effect.
  12. 12. HORIZONTAL LINES: • Horizontal lines suggest a solid,harmonious relationship with the earth,and offers a sense of tranquility. • Long horizontal lines can visually expand space,making rooms wider and longer. • Lest you go overboard,remember that a room with too many horizontal lines may become boring and lack interest. • Horizontal stripes painted on the wall can achieve the same effect.
  13. 13. VERTICAL LINES: • Vertical lines lift the eye, mind and the spirit upwards. They convey strength, stability and security. • They inspire awe and tend to diminish the significance of human scale.(this is why historical churches have always used vertical lines to lift eyes heavenward.) • The use of vertical lines tend to make interiors seem higher. • They are perfect in formal dining rooms, entryways and formal living areas. • Too many vertical lines may cause feeling of uneasiness or confinement.
  14. 14. DIAGONAL LINES: • Diagonal lines suggest movement,energy,and action.there is always sumthing going on. • Human interest is usually sustained longer with digonal lines than with straight lines,probably due to the fact that the eye and mind are so stimulated. • Too many diagonal lines ,particularly n the wall can be overstimulating and tiresome.
  15. 15. ZIGZAG LINES: • Zigzag lines are lines that proceed by sharp urns in alternating directions, forming a regular or irregular pattern. • A set of regular zigzag lines is called chevron or herringbone pattern. • These lines can add energy, life, and excitement to an interior. • Too may zigzag lines might make viewers feel distraught or agitated.
  16. 16. CURVED OR CIRCULAR LINES: • They can give an elegant, human quality to interiors. • A series of curved lines may give a rhythmic cadence to a room, suggesting graceful movement. • Too many curved lines might be viewed as too feminine. • Curved or circular lines provide relief, softness and balance.
  17. 17. FLOWING LINES: • Flowing lines are irregular curved lines that move gently in a random manner. • They provide a great deal of interest because the viewer is never certain where the line will end.
  18. 18. THANK YOU FALAKNAAZ 7021459138/9987691597

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