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Title: Principles of Design


1
Principles of Design
  • By Vivian Baglien

2
Basic Concepts in Principles of Design
  • Proportion
  • Scale
  • Balance
  • Symmetrical
  • Asymmetrical
  • Emphasis
  • Rhythm
  • Repetition
  • Gradation
  • Transition
  • Radiation

3
Proportion-Proportion refers to the relative size
and scale of the various elements in a design.
Though the overhead lights dwarf the counter
below, the overall out of proportion scale works
as it draws the eye to the bar or counter. Hence
more customers.
4
Scale refers to the size of an object in relation
to either people it serves or what it is next to.
Over stuffed sofa does well with large coffee
table. Look at the fireplace. How does it fit?
The hall table fits well with the mirror above it.
5
Balance- Symmetrical One side mirrors the
opposite side
6
Describe the balance used on the fireplace .
Asymmetrical Balance- not equal on each side.
Look visually at whole room for balance and then
the fireplace. What do you see?
7
Asymmetrical- More Examples
8
What is the emphasis or focal point in this room?
Focal point or emphasis is the feature in an
arrangement, room or design that draws the eye
immediately to it. Often used to build design
around it.
9
Focal Point or Emphais Again
10
Rhythm-
  • Repetition- Lines or designs give repeated
    excitement to the room.

11
Transition- How do the curved lines add
transition to this room?
Rhythm Transition refers to the meeting of lines
and designs or how they flow from one type to
another.
12
Both of the examples show object appearing from
small to large. The one on the left is a
delusion, right actual sizes.
Rhythm- Gradation- Similar object go from small
to large.
13
How was gradation used?
Gradation is the repetition of shapes from one
size to another
14
Rhythm Radiation-Lines radiate out from the center
15
What can you describe about the design principles
used in this room?
16
DUE __________
Principles of Design Part I Computer
lab- Find an example of these principles of
design. Find images of each of the concepts
below on the internet. Put them in
WORD Examples must be focused on the field of
interior design. Proportion Scale Informal
Balance Emphasis Formal Balance Rhythm Repetitio
n Gradation Transition Radiation Part
II Write a brief explanation why you believe
each is a good example.
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