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Anna Zeibig's interior design teaser class

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I am Anna

Welcome to the
Interior Design Course
How the course works?
Develop and present your own project
Floor plans
3D design
Floor plan by Roomsketcher (made by student)
3D view by Roomsketcher (made by student)
Field trip
Having fun :)
What will we learn?
Space planning
Basic color theory
Design with color
Natural Lighting
Artificial Lighting
Tips and tricks
Accent lighting
Lighting by areas
Light Plans & specifications
Task lighting
more intense and focused that aims to illuminate a work area
Decorative lighting
create certain mood, provides a decorative touch
to enhance or illuminate architectural details or sculpture, furniture, painting, etc.

Styles and decoration
Cool deco ideas
What goes above the sofa...
Area Rug DOs and DON’Ts
How to mix patterns
One large pattern + One medium pattern + One small pattern

One floral/ organic pattern + One geometric pattern + One classic/ simple pattern
Think in threes!

Developing a renovation
Managing a project from its inception to its end
calculating quantities
the importance of drawing the tiling layout plan ! (not to let the workers tile as they want)
after making this plan we can easily count the number of tiles
while counting tiles don't forget to include tiles to be cut
count 10 % extra in quantity for leftover and in the event of mistakes
it is worth it to stock another 10 % for the damages during usage
finding reference lines for alignment
The concept development
Detailed drawing
to interior design


Weekly Selected topics course
1. Space planning 2.
2. The art of storage
3. History of interior design
4. Made in HU (not goulash :))
5. Smart and green homes
6. Public spaces
7. Contemporary designers
8. Furniture design
9. Decorating with style
10. Professional practice

space designing exercises
Creating moodboards

1. Introduction to Interior Design
2. Space planning and renovating
3. Colors
4. Light
5. Bathrooms
6. Kitchens
7. Styles and decoration

How to draw a floor plan
Create your own color scheme
Creating moodboards
Visual presentation through an easy and free 3D design program
Weekend course
25-26 February 2017
Part 1.
1. An introduction to the design process
2. Space planning and scale drawing
3. Color theory and how to use color with confidence
4. Lighting and creating an atmosphere
5. Create a moodboard and a color scheme

Part 2.
1. Kitchen design
2. Bathroom design
3. Visualize your project using 3D online tools
Single-day course
Part 1. 11 February 2017
Part 2. 18 February 2017

main, general light, produce an overall glow
higher level (kitchens, offices, schools) suggest work and activity
lower level (bedroom) suggest peace and rest
high ambient lighting
low ambient lighting
people talk more quietly in dim light!
2/3 less light
school hallways dropped 10 decibels
Encourage activity
Effects of color on space
warm, intense, dark colours
cool, pale, light colours
Better for restfulness
and concentration
Spaces appear larger
Spacious feeling
Light, airy feeling
Cozy feeling
Areas appear smaller
Objects appear closer
Objects appear further away
Objects appear lighter
Objects appear larger
Objects appear heavier
Objects appear smaller
Special guest
course topics
Thank you for your attention!


Dealing with color problems
Color choices appear random
Relate color to a carefully thought out plan.
Colors are too many or too varied
Use restraint in the number of colors, particularly the number of strong colors.
Color in large area is too intense
Lower the intensity of the
chosen color.
Confine intense color to
small areas and to areas
used only briefly.
Too dull and uninteresting
Too much contrast in large color areas
Let one or the other color dominate, not both.
It’s best if one color is dominant in intensity
or in the amount used.
Contrasts add interest.
Use strong color accents
to enliven the restrain scheme. Pattern and texture contrasts
help also.

Too cold a feeling in the room
Add a small amount of warm color, it will dominate large amounts of cool colors.

Too warm a feeling in the room
Warm color schemes tend to require a small amount of cool colors for balance.

About me

Lived 10 years in Spain
Studied Interior design in Seville
Worked in a furniture shop El Arte De Habitar 3 years
Other 3 years of work in a big interior design / constructor company Chavsa
In Budapest: freelancer, residential projects, stores, consulting, courses, 3D design
2. Rhythm
3. Harmony
4. Emphasis
5. Proportion
and scale
by repetition
by gradation
by radiation
by opposition
by transition
repeating shapes, colors,
pattern, line and texture
gradual change in size or color
identical objects coming
from a central axis
created by contrasting colors
where the eye naturally follows the curved lines
all the elements relates to each other and have a common message
Unity (constancy)
repeating a color

Variety (create interest)
plain colors with patterns
A focal point creates interest
we can create rhythm ...
1. Balance
- dark shades, high intensity,
warm colors
- heavy or unusual patterns
- solid forms
- rough textures
The visual weight of objects
- lighter shades, low intensity,
cool colors
- reflective surfaces
- transparent forms
- smooth textures
symmetrical or formal balance
asymmetrical or informal balance
calm, monotonous, boring
complex, interesting

In other words, A is to B as B is to C.
Golden section

The Renaissance artists knew it as the
Divine Proportion and used it for beauty
and balance in the design of art.
It was used in the design
of Notre Dame in Paris.
bad proportion
good proportion
The relationship of one part to the whole or one part to another part.
Type of plans:
floor plan with new walls
original plan
demolition plan
layout plan for surfacing
layout plan for electricity outputs
layout plan for furniture
elevation - 1
elevation - 2
layout plan for plumbing fixtures
living room
moving partitions
replacing doors
use of colors, materials and lighting can make spaces seem larger or smaller
"Less is more"
clean lines, pure forms
strict color palettes
unadorned surfaces
metal, marble, wool, leather
less accesories and textures
sense of calm, harmony and spirituality
Japanese design is an inspiration
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe 1886-1969
Barcelona Pavilon 1929
break down forms and structures to their basic elements
keep surfaces free of excess items
neutral colors
less furniture, built in storage
limit varying textures
no ornaments but form, color and texture
large windows: sense of airiness, maximize natural light
only standard course
only standard course
only standard course
Weekly Standard course
From 26 January to May 2017
1. Introduction to Interior Design
2. Space planning and Furnishing
3. Colors
4. Light
5. Bathrooms
6. Surface Finishing and Materials
7. Kitchens
8. Styles and decoration
9. Planning a renovation
10. Finalize your own project!
+ 1. Gems of Budapest:
the city with a designer’s eye – excursion

How to draw a floor plan
Create your own colour scheme
Creating moodboards
Visual presentation through an easy
and free 3D design program

Goals and expectations
Have fun learning something creative
Pick up good ideas for interior design
Thinking of interior design as a profession?
Moving to a new place and use what you have learnt
Want to start your own renovation project?
Networking with other English speaking people
Make new friends in a friendly atmosphere :)
From 26 January to May 2017
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