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Which is " theme and conception " in architectural and internal design?
Designconcept is the underlying design principle. This is how you intend to solve the design issue before you. It' your approach leads to your choice of colour and typ. Each design choice you make draws on your directional approach, your design approach becomes the frame for all your design choice.
There are two ways to look at design ideas. Vocal - the vocal parts of your approach can be words that you use to describe the site. Your design can, for example, have a refined sophistication. Vocabulary tends to be abstracted. You concentrate on the messages you want your design to convey.
Visually - the visible parts of your design can be a particular picture or colour. Might be an invention to use circuits in a prominent way. As a rule, vision approaches are more tangible. You should come from the vocal part of your approach. Visually, your approach is more focussed on the way you communicate your messages.
It is necessary in architecture to consider the building as a whole; a set of rooms connected by hallways and staircases. Therefore, it is useful to have a shared approach and theme. That does not mean that all internal architecture should be the same, but they should work together and supplement each other to reinforce the overall design.
One way to make this theme or action is to use colour carefully. You can, for example, select three or four colours and use them in different tones throughout the home.
Understand design topics
Previously, we spoke at length about what it means to have a metaphor in your design with the explicit aim of assisting you in creating more professionally designed work. It is important to have a deep comprehension of them, but it is also important to have a solid grasp of what a subject is.
If you don't have a good understanding of the subject, you will soon find that your design lacks this particular finish. What is a theme or motive? Usually when we speak about topics, we speak about the different items that make up a repetitive look in your design. Suppose, for example, you have a theme called "nightclub."
You will probably use many of the same items as such: No matter what it is, that is the theme or motive you will be dealing with. In summary and in simple terms, one topic is what connects all sides. Hold on, isn't that a catchphrase? Yes, in a earlier paper we said the same thing to describe and redefine what a Metaphor is.
Quite a metaphor is the look and feeling you directly incorporate the website into. When you create a website with a theme called "Restaurant Menu," for example, you create a website that looks and works just like a Restaurantmenu. But if your theme is "Restaurant menu", you will only use graphic items that make it look like a meal.
This will not happen in the way it behaves or is really built, it will only contain many of the same items as a conventional meal. When you use Star Trek as a Metaphor, the page will look like the USS Enterprise jumper. When your theme is "Strong Trek", there will be many blinking beacons, star-shaped signs and other symbols and images that will make the observer think of Star Trek.