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Lighting

Can emphasis, obscure, create mood, add interest, shape space, and provide variablility in the environment. It can also change color and materials by iys type, color, temperature, intensity and position.

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Overlapping Spaces

Consists of two spaces whose unique limits can be percieved but that share a common space.

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Spaces Sharing a Common Space Spaces

Spaces retain their unique identity and are linked with a third space that has it's own identity.

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Materials

Functionally: they provide finish, concealment,protection, sound modulation, light reflectance, and fire resistance. Aesthetically: they can convey meaning, denote status, create style, symbolize ideals, and generally add to the overall look of the space.

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Design Concept

Is a general or overall idea of how a design problem will be approached.

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Ceilings

Make interior space, they are often an afterthought, relegated to the functional duties of it.

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Grid Arrangement

Spaces are on a predefined, regular pattern of points or intersecting parallel lines.

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Floors

Establishes stability and a fixed reference plane.

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Components of Interior Design

Elements common to all interior design and architecture that designers use to solve clients' functional requirements. (Walls, ceilings, floors, steps, doors and glazed openings)

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Glazing

A unique material in that it can establish separation and connection simultaneously.

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Open Plan Arrangement

There are no space-defining partitions within the existing limits of the building.

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Details

Smaller-scale components of interior construction. They are simply a way of fitting the larger components together, resolve functional problems or enhance the overall design concept.

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Walls

The primary space defining element in interior design.

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Furniture

It occupies a significant portion of the visual field in a space. It must be selected to satisfy the client's basic functional needs and budget, but also carry its own meaning and contribution to the overall design intent of the space.

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Accessories

Art, lamps, vases, pillows, and anything else that is not a part of the structure or architecture of the space and not a peice of furniture.

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Adjacent Spaces

The most common type of interior relationship. Each space or room has its own use and functional requirements and is separated by a partition or other construction element.

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Doors

Important points of transition between rooms or spaces. Can celebrate movement and transition, impress, set status, and generally enhance the design intent of the space.

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Space Within Another Space Spaces

Spaces created when a clearly identifable space or room is placed as an object within a larger open space.

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Clustered Arrangement

Spaces are organized based on proximity to each other.

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Steps

Changes in horizontal level, create vertical movement and define space.