Thursday, September 23, 2010
The light then got turned vertically so that it created a different pattern on the ceiling, walls, and table top. Definitely more CENTRALITY....
What effect does three hanging fixtures in one have? hmmm interesting appeal, but how about the lighting?
Here I simply changed the color of the fixture and it produced a warmer lighting. I thought this was interesting, seeing as its a dining room fixture. I then started playing with the color in relationship to the number of fixtures and light quality.
All three segments lit? or just the CENTRAL one?
CENTRAL one completely open without the back?
WOAH! look at the ceiling!!!! I love it, but its a little chaotic, time to tone it down some.
Playing with wall and ceiling color...
open again with the ceiling and wall color...
change up the openings? ewwww!
We might have a winner........
Monday, September 20, 2010
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Thursday, September 16, 2010
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
project: design a dining room for a bungalow house.
The word Bungalow is often used for any small 20th century home that utilizes space efficiently. It tends to feature a one and a half story space that suggests most of the living spaces on the ground floor. The roof tends to be relatively low pitched and suggests a large open front porch that creates outdoor room. Easy access to other outdoor spaces such as verandas, porches, and patios is also offered in bungalow style homes.
Bungalow houses reflect many different architecture styles. In this particular project, we are concentrating on drawing influence and aspects of the arts and crafts movement. This design movement encouraged attention to materials and traditional craftsmanship through the use of simple forms and decoration. The time period proposed economic and social reform and basically spoke against the “victorian clutter” of previous design eras. Influence is drawn from the medieval designs of the Gothic Revival and suggests bold forms and strong colors.