1 ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES INTRODUCTION

1 ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES INTRODUCTION - Form & shape...

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ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
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The measuring devices for architecture and interiors Any object can be examined by evaluating each element and principle in a composition
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Categories of Elements & Principles No texts agree; instructors don’t always In every field related to the arts different consideration Background of artists/painter? 2-D Background of architect, interior designer, sculptor? 3-D
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Elements: Five Texture
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Unformatted text preview: Form & shape Line Color Value Elements can be used interchangeably to create another Principles: Five Balance Rhythm Emphasis Proportion Scale Cannot take one principle to create another principle Harmony? How do we categorize harmony? Harmony If all principles are used in a unified way = harmony The end in view The final result we strive for in design Oneness that constitutes the whole Brings peace and security...
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course ARI 318K taught by Professor Kwallek during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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