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elements of design
Transcript of elements of design
The elements of design include:
Line outlines form and conveys a sense of movement or direction.
Lines can be used to convey a sense of strength, serenity, gracefulness, or action.
All lines are either straight or curved and are placed in a direction, vertical, horizontal, or diagonal.
Vertical lines can convey strength and stability
A horizontal line may suggest rest.
Diagonal or zigzag lines evoke excitement and movement.
Curved lines have a graceful and delicate effect.
An object’s texture is the appearance or feel of its surface.
Most times you can tell the texture of the object before you touch it; however some textures can fool the eye.
Wall paper can be made to look rough but have a smooth feel to it.
Value - light or darkness of a color
Tint - lighter than normal value
Shade - darker than normal value
Tone - duller than normal value
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Red and orange conveys the most warmth.
Warm colors are suitable for areas of high activity such as kitchens and family rooms
Colors can influence your mood and create illusions.
The color wheel identifies relationships between colors.
A color can be described in terms of its hue, intensity, and value.
Various types of color schemes can be created by using the color wheel.
To design an effective color scheme, first consider the uses and characteristics of the room.
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Space is the 3 dimensional expanse that a designer is working with. Different sized spaces convey a range of feelings.
Large, open spaces give people a feeling of freedom and luxury.
Too much open space can make people feel lonely and uncomfortable.
Rooms with high ceilings or too few furnishings can have this effect as well.
Empty parts of room may look larger than smaller areas containing furniture.
Crowded spaces with too much furniture may make you feel confined.
Elements of Design
The Elements of Design
The guidelines used to create pleasing designs are called the elements and principles of design.
Color is the most significant element of design.
-create or change a mood
-warm rooms feel cool & cool rooms feel warm
Form describes the shape and structure of solid objects.
Form may be 2 or 3 dimensional.
Large heavy objects such as pianos or sofas give a feeling of stability.
Their massive appearance adds a solid feeling to the room.
Designers are usually more concerned with apparent weight rather than actual weight.
Using the what we discussed today, apply your knowledge to find a paint color that you think would match the fabric you were given.
What is your fabric on?
Why did you choose the color you did?
Label your paint chip with the color that describe the following terms:
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Shoebox Room Design Project
Design a room using a shoebox.
- Consider the size of your box before choosing a color, wall paper design or border.
Illusions with Color
Warm colored objects appear closer than cool colored ones.
You can visually enlarge a room by painting the walls a cool color.
High ceilings painted dark colors appear lower and a light color will allow a ceiling to seem higher.
Bold, bright colors make objects stand out.
Widely used color schemes are based on ordered relationships of the color wheel.
Analogous - colors that are next to each other
Triadic - three hues equal distance apart on the color wheel
Monochromatic - tints & shades of one color
Complementary - two colors directly opposite
Double-complementary - four colors equal distance apart
Split-complementary - combines one color with the two colors on each side of its complement
How could you change the mood of your bedroom?
Why would a designer take the color on adjacent room into account?
Explain how color can be used to create moods and illusions.
Identify the characteristics of different types of color schemes.
Describe factors to consider when planning a color scheme.
connect the lines on the color wheel according to what vocabulary it describes