The Principle of design reviewed on human design


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The Principle of design reviewed on human design

  1. 1. basic principle of design reviewed on human design by raihah rashid B.A OF INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE (HONS) malaysia
  2. 2. "Proportion"is usually unnoticed until something is out of proportion. When the relative size of two elements being compared seems wrong or out of balance it is said to be “out of proportion”. For example if a person has a head larger than his entire body, then we would say that it is out of proportion. In the 17th century and many other periods, the ideal body was much heavier than we would accept today. ASIC.PRINCIPLE.OF.DESIGN
  3. 3. Most of the time, we can only value proportion when we see designs or things which look distorted and are therefore not pleasing to the eyes. "The design of furniture or building must be proper to fit with human's body to easier daily work . " The design should be related also to ergonomic and antropology theory . BASIC.PRINCIPLE.OF.DESIG
  4. 4. There are three types of "bALANCE". Symmetric balance and asymmetric balance can be differentiate on symmetric human face versus with accessible human face. Asymmetrical balance, also called informal balance, is more complex and difficult to envisage.Parts of the design are not identical but are equal in visual weight. Offers more variety eventhough the design is not balance or UNPERFECT and it also gives excitement to viewer. NORMAL HUMAN FACE ACCESSIBLE HUMAN FACE vs ASIC.PRINCIPLE.OF.DESIGN Today, this symmetry of the face has been scientifically proven to be inherently attractive to the human eye. It has been defined not with proportions, but rather with similarity between the left and right sides of the face--The Symmetry (formal balance) .
  5. 5. ASIC.PRINCIPLE.OF.DESIGN Example of radial balance on human body is eyes .The design of retina radiate outward from the center. "Rhythm". Human beings are more comfortable with variation in general. We can see the rhythm on human's finger instead . ADULT'S FINGERS BABY'S FINGERSA repeated line, shape, color, texture, or pattern can be seen on each of them . The repetition makes our eyes follow them .Visual rhythm may be best understood by relating it to rhythm in sound . Example , human voice . Every human has different voice box .
  6. 6. ASIC.PRINCIPLE.OF.DESIGN One physical attraction on human body is hair . Especially the girl's hair . Hair acts as focal point to draw attention . Long lustrous female hair is rated attractiveby both men and women across cultures. it is a "EMPHASIS"ways humans presenting themselves, being one of the parts of their body which is easiest to manipulate. Also, males having short, cut hair (or a shaven head) is often viewed as being under society's control, such as while in military service or prison or as punishment for a crime while males having long hair signifies being outside of the mainstream. Ngbandi girls with waist-length hair, central Africa, 1905 Yakima boy with mid- back level hair. (Photo by Edward S. Curtis, 1868–1952.) Japanese woman combing her long hair. (Colour woodblock print from 1920 by Hashiguchi Goyō.)
  7. 7. "Harmony" - The human design used shapes whose harmony because the usage of lines and curves. Though the eyes , hands , abdomens come in different shapes, they still fit together.Without harmony in shape , human may be in accessible state . ASIC.PRINCIPLE.OF.DESIGN "Unity"creates a feeling of wholeness. Unity can be review on human skins on each races in the world . Eventhough the people in the world have different colour skin , we still unite together !!!
  8. 8. n creation is the SUPERB product by