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Interior Design

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Jennifer Neal

on 7 March 2014

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Transcript of Interior Design

1. Identify the Project
Changes? Goal, Time, MONEY!
Developing and Presenting a Design Plan
1. Identify the project
2. Assess the client characteristics
3. Analyze the environment
4. Develop a preliminary budget
5. Compile a design resource file
6. Plan use of space
7. Choose a style and color scheme
8. Select backgrounds, furniture, lighting, and accessories
9. Present the design
10. Implement the design
Elements and Principles of design
7. Choose a Style & Color Scheme
4. Develop Preliminary Budget
Make a list, price estimates
10. Implement the Design
Have a time line
Make purchases
Schedule installations
Maintain communication with clients
Colonial ~ Simplistic
A Pleasing and Functional look takes Thought
DON'T over crowd a room
Balance the room
Have a focal point
Use your imagination
Are guidelines used to create pleasing designs
3 Dimensional area the designer is working with
Large space gives a feeling of freedom and luxury
Too much = lonely and uncomfortable
Empty parts of a room may look larger than areas with furniture
Crowded space = confined
On the other hand, you may feel snug and secure
Leaving open space= makes a small space feel larger
Choose dual purpose furniture
Divide a large room into different areas
Outlines form, conveys a sense of movement or direction
Vertical line conveys strength and stability
Horizontal line may suggest rest
Diagonal or zigzag evoke excitement and movement
Curved lines show grace and delicateness

Walls & Rugs
Chairs & Furniture
The Shape and Structure of Solid Objects
Large heavy objects provide a feeling of stability
Several small objects can also create stability
The Appearance or Feel of an Objects Surface
Effects with Texture
Soft fabric = comfort
Nubby/rough = ruggedness and stability
Smooth = luxury
Glass, metal and stone = coolness
Soft and silky can seem smaller than rough and ragged fabric
Smooth reflects light and rough absorbs light
Most significant element
Sets a mood or create an illusion
Brings warmth or coolness
Light with light = lightness
Light with dark= weight
2. Assess Client Characteristics
Match design with habits, likes, needs, and wants
Family Inventory, or universal design
3. Analyze the Environment
How much/many rooms?
Utility lines
Traffic flow
5. Compile a Design Resource File
Before photos
Find sources of ideas
Organize into categories
6. Plan Use of Space
Meets the Needs of Occupants
Drawing Plans
Floor plans
Interior elevations
View from above
Side view
Wall as seen from the center of the room
Going to come back to this
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
Colonial, Queen Anne, Victoria, Modern
Queen Anne~Formal
Victoria ~ Flamboyant
Modern ~ Simple
8. Select Backgrounds, Furniture, Lighting and Accessories
9. Present the Design
Floor plans, Elevations, Pictorial Designs
Sample Boards, Computer presentations, Models
Don't Forget The Budget
Today - Create A Sketch Floor Plan
Design a minimum of a 1 bedroom 1 bathroom apartment
Think of colors and furniture that you will furnish your apartment with (With your client, you, in mind)
Next Few Days
Create a floor plan with computer program
Furnish your apartment
Drop box 2D and 3D pictures of apartment

Look at prices for apartments
Make ad and statement

Some Other styles
Shabby Chic
Retro 60s
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