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Architectural Lighting Design

By Michael J Greenwood

The discerning Architectural Lighting Designer is particularly focused upon providing an energy efficient lighting solution to clients so that energy is not wasted by the over-illumination of a given area. Some interior or exterior buildings need to have certain aspects of their design highlighted whilst others are more suited to a subtle blending of light. This all depends upon the specific project and the experienced design professional will create the layout based upon very detailed consideration of the requirements.

The most appropriate method of approaching the design of a lighting layout is to consider all available options based upon requirements and available budget. The next step is to eliminate less appropriate design choices and opt for the best available solution.

There is a global focus upon energy saving. The designer helps business and organisations to save energy by recommending and fitting illumination is is the most applicable to a given task. For example, if a building is used is show movies then it will require a different type and quantity of light (usually less) than a hospital where surgery takes place. The latter scenario will also be more mission critical so a back up will certainly need to be in place. Electrical as well as lighting design experience are both essential for creating the best illumination for a building. There is no "one size fits all solution" in this field of work. All designs should be bespoke.

If you require an experienced consultant then be sure to hire one who is well versed in your type of industry.

Interior Design and Architecture - How to Tie Interior and Exterior Together

By William Hopkins

The key is to pay close attention to the size and shape of the facility. Creating a coordinated setting is all about acquiring appropriate furniture and fixtures to fill in the room. Never forget that interior design and architecture must complement one another or else your room will wind up as a jumble of odd bits and pieces that do not appear to belong together.

Interior Design in the Office

Well-designed corporate buildings are a pleasing sight to behold. All around the country, you will see commercial buildings with remarkable designs that are both functional and beautiful. If you happen to maintain an office in a commercial building that prides itself on the beautiful architecture, make certain that you don't spoil the effect by placing interior décor items that do not blend with the existing architecture. To make sure that your interior design does blend well with the architecture,

it would be a wise decision to hire an interior decorator to do your office. A good interior decorator is adept at knowing just how to blend interior design and architecture. That way no one can accuse you of creating a sort of monstrosity inside your office.

When hiring an interior designer, you will want to present him or her with the ideas of what you are looking for. For instance, you might have in mind to project an ultra modern atmosphere in your office which will suit your occupation. Of course it's easier to simply let the interior designer decide what all to do with the office décor. However, if you want to keep your personal touch in your surroundings, it would be smart to suggest your ideas about the design in advance. Besides, the blending of interior design and architecture is not the ultimate objective in designing your office.

You will also want to have an office where it will be a comfortable and pleasing place to work. Functionality and comfort of the office should be one of your primary considerations aside from the interior design and architecture.

Since decorating your office will entail a sizable investment, you might want to give your Interior Designing Techniques an idea of how much you are willing to budget on the décor. Giving the interior designer such guidelines will help a great deal when he or she sets about to select furniture and fixtures for your office.

You can also find more info on Interior Design. Interiordesignbliss.com is a comprehensive resource which provide information about interior designs.

Your Interior Design Questions Answered

By Mike Selvon

If there is one thing that is for certain it is that all things change. That might sound a bit confusing but think about it for a bit. Mankind has gone through vast changes throughout history. Technology is constantly changing. Why should our sense of style not change as well? No longer will those simple paintings on the rock walls of a cave do.

People want their living spaces and their office spaces to change as they age. Pink princess wall paper may have worked for your little girl once but now that she is sixteen, it will simply not do. The flashy chrome of the 80's is completely out of style now in 2009. Interior design changes as the times change. In this article, we will cover how design changes and how it affects you and your spaces.

How does interior design affect me?

Take a good look around you. Look at the walls and the ceilings. Take a look at the shape of the windows and the blinds that may be covering them. What color are the walls? What is the color of the floor? When you ask yourself these questions, you are, in effect, answering how interior design affects you. There are some designs that instantly make people feel at home.

There are others that keep things a bit more formal. The ability of an interior designer is to transform a space and have it leave an impact on someone. Even simply painting a wall has an affect on a person's mood and productivity level. Interior design affects you every day in the buildings and rooms that you find yourself in.

What types of careers can you have as an interior designer?

You may think that all interior designers concentrate on colors for sofas in people's living rooms but you would be wrong. The field of interior design is very vast. Some professionals choose to focus more on corporate designs. Some choose to focus on industrial designs and of course some will focus on home designs. The only limit is the ones that you place on yourself.

An interior designer has to be able to think of the overall picture and be able to have a great imagination. He or she must be a salesperson because they have to sell an idea. The jobs can be small, such as a single room in a home, or it could be the redesign of an entire hotel chain.

Does architecture affect interior design?

Architecture plays a tremendous role in interior design. At first glance you may not realize it but if you look closer at the subtle arches, the doorways and the moldings, you will see how the architecture has affected the overall design. Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural works have had a profound impact on many interior designers.

His clean lines and use of form lend itself well to modern decorating. If your home's architecture has sweeping columns, grand arches and decorative features embedded in the overall design, a decorator may not feel that modern decorations fit the overall room or home.

Are there any publications for interior design?

There are countless publications devoted to the interior design industry. Some are geared more towards the interior designer and some are for those that want to redecorate themselves. Some of the most famous publications are "Town & Country," "This Old House," and "Martha Stewart Living." Each of these is publications that you can generally find in a local bookstore or even your grocery store magazine rack. You can flip through the glossy pages and find a wide variety of ideas to decorate your living space. Many offer very affordable tips for those decorators on a budget.

Interior Design - An Effective Tool in Recording History

By Stephen Reeves

Overall Design addresses a society and its culture in any marked period in time. This is true whether the form of design we are addressing is interior, graphical or architectural. The further you go back in history, you will realize how interior design has blended between artistic societies, has crossed boundaries, and has traveled across continents.

The history of interior design is constantly changing as new ideas eventually take effect and modern materials are gradually developed to accentuate the home. No one knows when the art of interior decorating and design were recognized but as long as there have been homes to live in, these elements of design have existed in some primitive form.

Interior Design for the Wealthy The mounting evidence of the history of interior design is in the history of the architecture. It appears that throughout the history, interior design was limited to the very wealthy. There is evidence to suggest that interior design was important to the Ancient Egyptians. The richly decorated tombs for the pharaohs were designed both as a final resting place and as comfort for the pharaoh in the next life.

They also believed that architectural design was determined by the gods. Thus they believed that they should not attempt to alter the look of the temples and tombs because improving on perfection was not possible. This belief did not deter the rulers of that time from erecting larger versions of the same design.

Historians are fortunate that so many tombs and temples remained and were not destroyed giving them an overall unbiased view of ancient Egyptian culture.

There are further indications to suggest that the rooms of the ancient Romans were planned around the varied ways that they would be used, which is a key part of modern interior design. For example, they would have separate living rooms based on luxurious comfort for summer and winter seasons.

Development of Interior Design We can follow the development of design over time. During the Italian Renaissance, all arts experienced an escalation in popularity. Wealthy patrons contributed capital to support the arts.

The mansions of this period were luxuriously decorated with beautiful furniture, oriental carpets, intricately designed mirrors and works of art.

In France during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, the design of interior spaces followed purpose and form, with some of the most prominent examples being the excessive decoration of the palace at Versailles, an expression of royal corruption.

Industrial Revolution At this period in history of interior design, such things were again well out of reach of the average person. This all changed with the advent of the Industrial Revolution. This economic revolution made goods for home decoration cheaper and the middle-class families were soon able to afford such luxuries as having some one else design their home. It was not long before interior design magazines were gradually developed, and the business of interior designer became an industry in itself.

Conclusion The history of interior design can be such an interesting and fascinating subject and one which integrates profound information about historic interiors with knowledge about historic buildings. It was shaped by numerous styles, movements, social developments and technological revolutions. This history niche has a lot to tell of the individuals living in a particular place and time and will continue to be an effective tool in recording history.


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Great buildings that move the spirit have always been rare. In every case they are unique, poetic, products of the heart.
Arthur Erickson

I am but an architectural composer.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I believe that the way people live can be directed a little by architecture.
Tadao Ando

I don't build in order to have clients. I have clients in order to build.
Ayn Rand

I don't divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one.
Luis Barragan

I hate vacations. If you can build buildings, why sit on the beach?
Philip Johnson

I have designed the most buildings of any living American architect.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I love building spaces: architecture, furniture, all of it, probably more than fashion. The development procedure is more tactile. It's about space and form and it's something you can share with other people.
Donna Karan

I try to give people a different way of looking at their surroundings. That's art to me.
Maya Lin


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