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Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
Principles of design
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  • 1. Principles of Design What is Design?
  • 2. Design- arrangement of details whichmake up a piece of art (2 types) Structural Design  Simple  Purpose of object is easily recognized  Ex. Pyramids, modern furniture Decorative Design  Ornamentation of a basic structure
  • 3. Principles Of Design5 principles  Proportion/ Scale  Balance  Rhythm  Emphasis  Harmony/ Unity
  • 4. Proportion Isthe relationship of objects to one another and to the design as a whole  Golden Rectangle  Sides are in proportion of 2 parts to 3 • 2:3; 3:5; 5:8; 8:13; ____:____  Rectangle is best  Square is least pleasing
  • 5. Proportion continued…..  Golden Section  Division of a line is between ½ and 1/3 the distance from one end  Golden Mean  Odd numbers are more pleasing than even
  • 6. Scale Overall size of an object compared with other objects Consider texture, color & pattern Pictures at eye level Special scale for particular areas  Children’s room
  • 7. Scale  What is wrong w/ the ex. on top?  Whatis different about the bottom ex.
  • 8. Balance quality of a room that gives a sense of equilibrium2 types of balance  Symmetrical  Asymmetrical
  • 9. Balance Symmetrical (formal balance)  Identical objects arranged identically on each side of an imaginary line  Conveys dignity and quiet  Can be monotonous
  • 10. Balance Asymmetrical  Different shapes arranged differently on each side of imaginary line  Remains interesting for a longer period of time  2 small things balance 1 large
  • 11. Balance
  • 12. Rhythm Helps move the eye from one area to another creates motion 4 types  repetition  gradation  transition  radiation
  • 13. Rhythm- Repetition repeat color, pattern, texture, line or form
  • 14. Rhythm- Gradation Large to small Dark to light When objects increase or decrease in size, the eye follows the line created
  • 15. Rhythm-Opposition Lines come together at right angles Example: door jamb, picture frame
  • 16. Rhythm- Transition curved lines, flow
  • 17. Rhythm- Radiation anobject extending outward from a central location
  • 18. Emphasis Shows what is important Focal point Center or interest
  • 19. Harmony/ Unity common denominator that pulls everything together all the principles combined create a unified design/ space
  • 20. Principles of Design - Project Supplies needed:  Folderwith brads  Handouts from Mrs. Jez  Scissors  Glue  Markers  Magazines  An eye for design!!!!!!!

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