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Demo class

Interior Design Classes http://annazeibig.com/courses/
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Anna Zeibig

on 13 September 2016

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Transcript of Demo class

Hello,
I am Anna

Welcome to the
Interior Design Course
How will the course work?
presentations
exercises
develop and present your own project
floor plans
moodboards
3D design
Floor plan by Roomsketcher
3D view by Roomsketcher
field trip
having fun :)
Thank you for your attention!
What will we learn?
1. Introduction to Interior Design
2. Space planning and Furnishing
3. Colours
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
2. Space planning and furnishing
SPACE PLANNING
REAL WORLD EXAMPLE
RESIDENTIAL PLANNING
Bathroom
Bedroom
Kitchen
Entrance room
Living room
Dining room
before
after
before
after
before
after
before
after
before
after
before
after
preliminary plan 2.
empty plan
preliminary plan 1.
preliminary plans
final floor plan
Evaluating the space
original floor plan
EVALUATING SPACES
bath
kitchen
dining
main bedroom
bedroom
living room
entrance
Original State Plan
bath
kitchen
dining
main bedroom
bedroom
living room
entrance
THE THINGS I HATE:

too large entrance room
too many doors
bath badly shaped and too far from bedroom
toilet too small and bad placed
difficult entrance to secret room
dining room too narrow
kitchen difficult to furnish
bedroom door bad placed
bedroom difficult to furnish
THE THINGS I LIKE OR I CANNOT CHANGE:

wooden structure
window orientation
gallery
living room size and shape
secret room size and shape
stairs
bedroom size and shape
PROBLEM
(requirements)
SOLUTION
(design)
3. Colour
Basic colour theory
The colour wheel
primary colours
secondary colours
tertiary colours
Colour psychology
cannot be obtained from mixing
any colours together
all other colours come from them
formed by mixing the primary colours
formed by mixing a primary
and a secondary colour
Design with colour
4. Lightning
Natural Lighting
Artificial Lighting
Tips and tricks
Accent lighting
Lighting by areas
Light Plans
& specifications
main, general light, produce an overall glow
ILUMINATING TYPES
Ambient lighting
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.

5. Bathrooms
LAYOUT
DECORATING TIPS
MAIN ELEMENTS
BEFORE AND AFTER
5 TIPS FOR SMALL BATHROOMS
3. Keep everything floating
choose small elements

choose wall mounted elements, this way the free floor surface will be bigger

try to use wall mounted or built in storage
6. Surface Finishing
and Materials
Floor materials
Cement tiles
Textiles
Wall finishes
7. Kitchens
Layout
Before and after
The work triangle
Not too much practical if it's too long
The most practical
Backsplash ideas
cooking
clean up
total no more than 8 m
each leg
no shorter than 120 cm
no longer than 270 cm


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

OR

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

Combine:
LARGE
MEDIUM
SMALL
floral/ organic
geometric
classic/simple
geometric
floral/ organic
colour tones
floral/ organic
floral/ organic
floral/ organic
classic/simple
classic/simple
classic/simple
classic/simple
geometric
geometric
geometric
RESIDENTIAL PROJECTS
9. Developing a renovation
Managing a project from its inception to its end
DESIGN PHASES
REQUEST FOR TENDER
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
marking the tiling starting point with a cross!
finding reference lines for alignment
DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
1. The concept development
2. Preliminary plan
3. Formal drawing
4. Final design
ELEMENTS
OF DESIGN
PRINCIPLES
OF DESIGN
1. Balance
- dark shades, high intensity,
warm colours
- heavy or unusual patterns
- solid forms
- rough textures
The visual weight of objects
- lighter shades, low intensity,
cool colours
- reflective surfaces
- transparent forms
- smooth textures
symmetrical or formal balance
asymmetrical or informal balance
calm, monotonious, boring
complex, interesting
1. Introduction to interior design
www.annazeibig.com/courses

Seesome fragments of the cour
outline of the standard course, other courses are different
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