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  • Your final presentation was really fascinating. I enjoyed seeing all the different colors used. I am really into blues right and I love the room drawing that has the blue couch and shades. I think that when you picked you boards and drawings you looked for spaces that had natural lighting. That is important in rooms because it adds an outdoor emphasis feeling. I like that alot of the rooms had great contrast, especially the room with the mainly wood materials. It helped to have such contrast so the room didn't feel like it was all wood. There was a slight harmony amongst all of your pictures, with the use of contrast, lines, and different geometric shapes.
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  • I really liked the designs Annissa chose for her project. The rooms and the colors are beautiful. I especially liked the blue drapes and sofa, the colors are very rich. The textures and patterns are harmonious throughout Annissa's presentation which make it balance very nicely.
    Gina Carter . ID 270 . Tone 270 . Spring 11
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    • STUDENT CRITIQUES Anissa Miranda. ID 270 DE. Bobbi Tone. Spring 11.
      • LINE
      • PATTERN
      • TEXTURE
      • SCALE
      • LIGHT
      • COLOR
      • VOID
      • SOLID
      • FORM
      • GEOMETRIC
      • ORGANIC
      • TACTILE
      • PROPORTION
      • BALANCE
      • RHYTHUM
      • CONTRAST
      • EMPHASIS
      • HARMONY
      • VISUAL WEIGHT
      • SYMMETRICAL
      • ASYMMETRICAL
      • RADIAL BALANCE
      • CURVILIEAR
      • RECTILINEAR
      • ANGULAR
      DESIGN VOCABULARY
      • I enjoy how this interior designer uses wood as an organic material over and over again; yet uses different types and colors of wood to give the room a variation of color . In addition, I find the use of the dark wood pleasing to the eye and it really puts an emphasis on the various pieces of furniture; especially on the ceiling where they use a pattern of color with the dark and light browns.
      • In this master bedroom the residents are able to enjoy a curviliear sitting area with two large windows that fit the scale of the curved wall. The contrasting use of color ascents the room in a very harmonious way. The designer uses solid colors instead of adding texture or depth to the room with using lined or wallpaper with some kind of pattern on it.
      • In this living space the interior designer uses large windows to take advantage of the natural lighting they give. Using these large windows also gives the owners a sense of space and brings the outdoors somewhat to them with the nice senery.
      • The interior designer that created the presentation board created a sense of balance in the colors they chose for this office space. Using warm natural colors mixing the different shades of browns with different shades of green as well. I enjoy how the presentation board presents the floor plan as in the center in order to give their audience an idea of where the colors and pieces of furniture may be placed.
      • The contrasting geometric shapes being used in this kitchen give it a sense of old fashion designs with a modern day twist on them. I find it very interesting that the designer chose to use such contrasting colors as well, in this space I don’t feel it has a good rhythum or flow to the room.
      • The proportion of colors used in this kitchen are very pleasing to the eye. I also like the different
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