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Design Concept

A particular physical response to a problem/need (design synthesis)

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Programmatic Concept

A theoretical response to a problem/need (design analysis)

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Gestalt Psychology

Theory that humans perceive things as a whole; individual elements are part of a larger environment

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Perceptual Constancy

Viewer perceives an object as the same regardless of changing factors like distance, lighting, etc

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Binocular Disparity

Difference in what each eye sees

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Interposition, Linear Perspective, Atmospheric Perspective, Texture Perspective, Size Clues, Closeness of object to horizon line

6 Clues to produce depth

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Interposition

overlap of a closer object over a distant one

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Symbolism

Cultural influence that certain spaces should have certain aesthetics (homes "comfortable", banks "formal")

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Regionalism

Design that reflects a geographic area

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Plan arrangement, Space relationships, Construction Components, Details, Lighting, Color, Materials, Furniture, Accessories

9 Components of a Design Concept

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Open, Linear, Axial, Centralized, Grid, Clustered

6 Types of Plan Arrangement

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Space Relationships

The way an individual space relates to another

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Adjacent, Overlapping, Spaces sharing common space, Space within a space

4 Types of Space Relationships

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Adjacent Space Relationship

Each space has it's own use/function and they are separated by a partition or construction element

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Overlapping Space Relationship

Two spaces that share a common function and area at overlap

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Spaces Sharing Common Space

Three spaces all with unique identities (corridor between two spaces)

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Space Within a Space

Clearly identifiable space places within a larger space

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Way of physically fitting components together, solve function problem, enhance/reinforce design intent and concept

3 purposes of Details

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Adjacency matrix, bubble diagram, stack diagram

3 ways of representing space relationships graphically

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people, product, information

3 types of adjacency needs