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Questions Answers visual acuity see info with clarity visual expression ability to initiate visual messages form basic shapeconfiguration of a space line in middle of room makes room feel what smaller and more cozy curved shapes are masculine or feminine feminine pattern is used to enhance what and project what visual interest and to project certain moods examples of organic motfis plants flowers leaves examples of figural motifs people animals texture is what a sensory experience that can be seen or felt texture is important in spaces that are in color monotone examples of natural light sun flame candle skylight Hue Most people say color It s the way we determine one color from the other Value degree of lightness and darkness of a color Chroma the purity saturation or intensity of a color What can lower a hue s chroma adding gray to it proportion concerned with the relationships of parts within a whole golden section most universally appealing proportions why do designers play with proportion to create the unexpected balance arrangement of parts to create equality asymmetrical balance looks balanced but there s different things across the axis radical nothing is symmetrical at all rhythm continuity recurrence or organized movement in space and time repetition in a space helps your eye do what move through the space contrast the way we perceive the differences between things what feelings can too much a lot of contrast create tensionsimulation overload em phasisfocus a point that is supposed to draw user s attention can t have emphasis without what contrast harmony and unity proportion balance rhythm contrast emphais focus all combined to create a pleasing whole 2 basic skills that visual literacy includes visual expression and visual acuity who is andrea palladio Italian renaissance architect who s known for his classically styled buildings interior decoration movable aspects of interior design not required for basic safety and welfare needs interior design plans for necessities of a space relating to issues of safety and protection interior architecture european concept of interior design dealing with basic space organization space planning and dealing with technical issues such as lighting and Eacous cs when was int architecture established at university of oregon x x x x x x 1922 definition of interior designer the professional int designer is qualified by education experience and examination NCIDQ to enhance the function and quality of interior spaces for the purpose of improving quality of life increasing productivity and protecting the health safety and welfare of the public how often do hospitals doctors offices and dentists usually have to update their spaces every 7 years how often must retail spaces update their store design 5 years 3 goals of interior design in 2 i3 fulfill intended function of space to achieve aesthetics to create appealing environment to create values a economics budgets b ecological and environmental values long term environmental cost 00 of people need to agree with your design 70 space enclosure real or percieved positive space refers to area that s filled with or occupied by mass forms objects negative space area surrounded by objects what is the most important and complex element of design space what are the subelements of space people physical objects nonobjects movement in 3D a perceived sense of is a key in space kinetics line has what character emphasis or quality of expression what can alter perceptions of proportions line what can help establish movement line what s the most common shape in interior design rectangles what are things you must think about regarding the maintenance durability cleaning safety jacous cs function of a texture visual comfort due to light reflector surfaceglare pattern repetition of a specific motif or element what is one of the most creative avenues in interior light design j uniform light can lead to what boredom variation in lighting can create but affect interest perception of colors scale Size in relation to human body A comparison of something with an external object which type of balance demands little attention from user symmetrical repition the regular recurrence of elements What are the steps in a pre project 1deciding whether to take on a project 2determining scope of project how long what needs to be done 3think about schedules and budgets what39s phase 1 of an interior design project programming what happens in programming phase conducting research find out needsgoals of client asses project limitations prepare budget and schedule What are existing conditions architectural features of the site You need to know everything where are vents outlets windows etc what are desk audits for a commercial space the company s policies practices and procedures it s helpful to do what during desk audits take pictures what39s a design concept general idea of how interior will lookhow it will serve its users daylight full spectrum of color morning and evening lighting has what type of warm color 1 noon lighting has what type of color cool definition of glare excessive luminance in the visual field that can cause irritationfatigue ambientgeneral lighting background lighting providing a comfortable level of light for doing basic everyday activities in a room task lighting lighting for particular activities such as reading writing or food prep accentkey lighting creates attention on specific objects and areas generates variety and contrast makes space more interesting defintion of light radiant energy that excites the retina and produces a visual sensation spectral power distribution the output of a light source can be characterized low pressure sodium only emits energy at what wavelength by its relative power and wavelength selective absorption the color must be the source we can only see what is reflected to the eye is incandescent light cool or warm warm is daylight cool or warm cool what 2 questions should you consider when choosing lighting 1 warm or cool 2 how does the lighting affect the color of the room CCT correlated color temp color appearance of SOURCE CRI color rendering index color appearance of OBJECTS how are CCTs written k example 3000K warm fluorescent light is what CCT f3000k cool fluorescent light is what CCT 4100K CRIS is a value between what numbers 0100 are warmer colors high or low numbers low are cooler colors high or low numbers high what are the 3 steps you should do when picking th ng 1 warm or cool 2 whatCRl 3 test it out in real life whats an acceptable CRI for a commercial space 7080 whats an appropriate CRI for a retail space 80 what CRI is the cheapest to buy 70s what CRI should you use when color is important and when color is SUPER important important 80s SUPER important 90s you can use lighting to help with what disease seasonal affective disorder why do you not want to have glare in your lighting it can make stuff appear different and it can make people have accidents if they can t see things clearly what type of color makes room feel bigger light colors our experience of color is affected by a combination of what 2 factors physical and psychological what39s the visible spectrum of light 400700 Achromatic hue without a perceptible hue polychromatic hue having only 1 hue ls high chroma is vibrant colors or dull colors vibrant Color adoption ability to adjust to varying colors in different lightsj allows us to balance color signals light can make pictures look different than reality color matching color color effects are influenced by presence of light lighting can make what look different depending on what lighting you use the color of things in the room successive contrast effect of previously viewed color fields on the previously viewed test field ie look something bright for a long time look away fast and you might see black spots vibrating color when there s 2 super vibrant colors right next to each other its hard to focus on them at the same time and it can make the edges blur what type of colors pop complementary colors colors next to each other on the color wheel do what when put next to each othercombined they look dull managing colors unityvariety related colors calmstable contrasting colors dynamicactive analagous color scheme 3 colors that are all sidebyside on the color wheel triad color scheme 3 colors separated equal distant on the color wheel accent color scheme mostly neutral with a pop of color what are the 2 psychological functions of a space 1 orientation spacial relationships 2 identification quality of places definition of destination places places we visit to do something definition of circulation system how we get to our destination places domains basic destinations in a facility these are the rooms centers special destination places where special activities and social interactions happen Sets the identity of whole environment arrival space makes initial overal impression paths function of transporting us to our desination nodes special locations along paths or at their intersections that incorporate magnets to attract people and increase vitality what are the 3 boundaries in an interior space 1 edgesbarriers 2 connectors yield passage between areas a gateways formal access points ie doors b passageways informal access points 3ends Gestalt psychology we are driven to experience the world around us in a regular orderly simplified systematical and meaningful manner similarity defined by gestalt psychology we tend to group similar items together as collective entities proximitycontiguituy defined by gestalt psychology things that are close together are seen as belonging together continuity defined by gestalt psychology when we see a line we tend to see the line as a continuous element closure defined by gestalt psychology people tend to close a gap to make it the way it should be figureground defined by gestalt psychology we tend to perceive one aspect of an event as the figure or foreground and the ground or background what are the categories of impressions of environments perceptual mental understanding of object spaces and total environments behavioral relaxedtense publicprivate preference how you like it emotional what are edgesbarriers separations between 2 placesbetween paths and places what are connectors yield passage between areas 2 types of connectors gateways formal access points and passageways informal access points what are ends relationship between outmost boundaries of a project and external elements if you have an edge you need a what conector what are the two types of objects in rooms furnishings and landmarks what are landmarks pieces of artwork prominent building elements or fixtures what are furnishings fixtures furniture and equipment of sufficient size furnishings have a strong affect on what in a space general density what are the basic components of the environment according to Rengel s shaping interior space destination places objects boundaries amp circulation systems
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