Interior and Architecture: Space under the stairs is often neglected by people. As a fact of the matter, it is an important area neglected by many of us in spite of its many uses of it. We can benefit of them in various ways such as storage of winter clothing, books, children toys, things that are rarely used.
Architectural design projects are the life and soul of architecture school. As a student, you are always working on one, and somehow it becomes what your life is revolving around. You would give it every possible effort and believe you have done your best, but on jury day, when you see everyone else’s project you could lose a bit of your confidence, not because your project is any less, but because your presentation is lacking. The presentation might not be the core of the project, but it surely influences the viewer. It can also be considered as an indicator of your artistic skills and sense as a designer.
While you shouldn’t be completely dependable on positive results from a merely eye-catching presentation, you still need to give an adequate amount of time to properly plan it in a way that communicates your idea best. Your architecture professor might credit you for a creative design regardless the presentation, but your future client might only see the presentation, so make it a habit, to involve your design skills in all the aspects of your project, starting now. Here, we will give you some basic tips on how to create a Stunning Architecture Project Presentation.
• Size and Orientation
• Visual Hierarchy
Interior designers in north delhi. Minimize text on your presentation board. Write a short and concise concept statement and add a very brief explanation, if needed. Don’t waste your time on composing elongated descriptive text because no one will read it.
Replace words, whenever possible, with simple illustrative sketches and figures. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words. You may use colors and keys to further clarify your illustrations.
Opt for the magic of white. It never fails. Whites always cast a wondrous, calming spell. Try a white raw silk bedspread and match it with curtains in sheer organza worked over with delicate beads. While on the subject of whites, let me recommend the magic of patchwork, quilting and embroidery, especially on cushions.
Soft and Sophisticated
In a townhouse master suite, designers Shikha and Varsha Geol created a look that’s elegant and refined and more than a little bit romantic. “We used a palette of gray and cream to keep the bedroom feeling airy and serene,” say the designers. “Coral accents add warmth and contrast.” A simple drapery with a Greek key trim creates privacy and light control, and also brings another soft layer into the room. An upholstered headboard from, customized with extra height for added drama and paired with beautiful warm walnut bedside tables with hidden storage to create a bit of edginess to the room’s otherwise tranquil and inviting color scheme.