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Bhavika Goyal B.Sc. Interior Design ( presentation )

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Bhavika Goyal
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Bhavika Goyal B.Sc. Interior Design ( presentation )

  1. 1. INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Dezyne E’cole College,India www.dezyneecole.com Bhavika Goyal 1ST Year Diploma & B.Sc. Interior Design RESIDENTIAL DESIGN
  2. 2. INTERIOR DESIGNING •Interior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment. •The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology, including research, analysis and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills the project goals.
  3. 3. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INTERIOR DESIGNING AND DECORATING •Many people use the terms “interior design” and “interior decorating” interchangeably, but these professions differ in critical ways. Is the furnishing or adorning of A space with fashionable or beautiful things DecoratingDesigning Is the art and science of understanding people’s behavior to create functional spaces within A building.
  4. 4. MY SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE To enrich my skills and knowledge , I have studied various subjects and topics in my degree and diploma program. These are: •Elements and principles of design •Residential design and space planning •Building envelope, building orientation •Climatology •Day lighting and ventilation •Anthropometrics and ergonomics •Louis kahn's principles of space planning •Golden section and fibonacci series
  5. 5. ELEMENTS OF DESIGN •The elements are components or parts which can be isolated and defined in any visual design or work of art. ELEMENTS Line Shape Form Color Value Texture Pattern
  6. 6. PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN •The principles of design are concepts used to organize or arrange the structural element of design. PRINCIPLES Balance Proportion Rhythm Emphasis Unity Contrast
  7. 7. ANTHROPOMETRICS AND ERGONOMICS •Anthropometrics is a study of human dimension without paying attention to human body measurement and developing or creating a design will not end up in the comfort zone for a client. These dimension need to be considered for the following categories: Male , female , child , teenagers , old age and handicapped. •Ergonomics means designing of space with the use of anthropometrics data for useable zones.
  8. 8. GOLDEN SECTION Golden section is a kind of measurement being utilized by people as a proportionate system where if we take a rectangle ABCD and AB= a BC=b Ø= a/b+a = 0.618 A BC D a b
  9. 9. FIBONACCI SERIES A system of proportioning where whole numbers like 1,2,3,4 are added to get the numbers like 1,1,2,3,5,8,13… In the nature we can see the excellent usage of fibonacci in the development of follows, animals and human body.
  10. 10. After learning all these , I have done the space planning of a wardrobe that I am presenting in my subsequent slides.
  11. 11. Wardrobe Space planning
  12. 12. CASE STUDY I am suppose to design a wardrobe for a client of age group 19 years. The first step before doing any designing or planning is taking out requirements. Requirements of my client:  Number of shoes (6 pairs of flat shoes). The other materials with shoes are socks, shoe polish, brushes. Mirror for dressing. Place for keeping cosmetics and perfumes. Place for keeping daily use clothes like salwar suits(10 ), jeans, t-shirts in hanging position (approximately 20 clothes). Place for keeping woolen clothes(8 cardigans). Place for keeping party wear or special occasion clothes. Place for keeping lingerie.
  13. 13. STANDARD SPACE REQUIREMENT TO BE FOLLOWED FOR FULFILLING THE CLIENT REQUIREMENT.
  14. 14. STANDARD SPACE REQUIREMENT TO BE FOLLOWED FOR FULFILLING THE CLIENT REQUIREMENT.
  15. 15. SPACE REQUIRED FOR STOCKING THOSE REQUIREMENTS. 1. For keeping shoes(6 pairs of flat shoes) Area needed for keeping one pair of shoe = L x B =9” X 10” =90 sq. inch Area needed for keeping six pair of shoe = 6 x Area needed for keeping one pair of shoe =6 x 90 sq. inch =540 sq. inch or 3.75 sq. ft. I have given a drawer of size 2’9”x 2’ . Six pair of shoes can easily be kept in this size of drawer. I will be keeping them in two horizontal line , 3 shoes in front after that 3 shoes. 2. Area needed for hanging salwar suits(10) Space needed for hanging one salwar suit= 4’x1’6” (4’ in long and 1’6” in width.) Space needed for hanging ten salwar suit= 10 x Space needed for hanging one salwar suit I have given a hanging space of 1’4” in length ,2’ in breadth and 4’6” in length. 10 pieces of salwar suits can easily be hanged over there.
  16. 16. 3. Area needed for keeping woolen clothes(8 cardigans) Space needed for keeping one cardigans= 1’ in length ,1’ 6”in breadth , 3” in height Space needed for keeping eight cardigans= 8 x Space needed for keeping one cardigan 8’ in length, 12’ in breadth and 24” in height I have given two drawers of size= 2’9” in length , 2’ in breadth , 1’ in height 8 cardigans can be kept in this drawers , one 4 cardigans in one drawer and other 2 in another drawer. 4. Area needed for keeping folded t-shirts Space needed for keeping one folded t-shirt= 1’2” in length and 10” in breadth and 2” in height. I have given one rack of size= 1’2” in length ,2’ in breadth and 8” in height Approximately 16- 20 tshirts can be kept there. 5. Area needed for keeping folded jeans Space needed for keeping one folded jeans = 1’ in length and 10” in breadth and 3” in height. I have given one rack of size= 1’2” in length ,2’ in breadth and 8” in height Approximately 10-12 jeans can be kept there. SPACE REQUIRED FOR STOCKING THOSE REQUIREMENTS.
  17. 17. • Linear space available- L x B = 6’ x 2’ = 12 sq.ft. • Inner space (volume) available- L x B x H = 6’ x 2’ x 6’ = 72 cu.ft. SPACE AVAILABLE FOR SPACE PLANNING
  18. 18. WARDROBE COLLAGE
  19. 19. To create any design I need to focus on the principles and elements of design. For the space planning over here I mainly focused on balance in a design with the basic element shape which is very rightly said “Form Follows Function”. In the subsequent slides you will come across the space planning created by me for my client.
  20. 20. Detailing of Wardrobe
  21. 21. Detailing of wardrobe Drawers for keeping woolen clothes Basket for keeping clothes for laundry Shelf for keeping lingerie and towel Shelf for keeping jeans Shelf for keeping t- shirts and toppers Shelf for keeping shirts Place for hanging daily wear clothes Place for hanging party wear clothes Place for hanging salwar suits Drawers for keeping socks, handkerchief with one more separate tray for keeping jewellery and accessories. Drawers for keeping shoes. 1 2 3 4 5 6
  22. 22. Space for hanging salwar suits. L x B= 1’4” x 2’ =2. 7 Sq. ft.(area) L x B x H = 1’4” x 2’ x 4’6”= 12 cu. Ft. (volume) (storage capacity= 10-15 salwar suits) 1. 2. 3. Space for hanging party wear clothes. L x B= 1’5 7/8” x 2’ =2.9 Sq. ft.(area) LxBxH =2( 1’5 7/8 ”x 2’x 2’6”)= 14.2 cu. Ft. (volume) (storage capacity= 15-20 shirts ) Space for hanging and putting in racks daily wear clothes and one loundry basket. L x B= 1’5 7/8” x 2’ + 4(1’ 4 ¼”x 2’)+1’2”x2’=16.15 Sq. ft.(area) LxBxH =(1’5 7/8 ”x 2’x 3’10”)+ 4(1’ 4 ¼”x 2’x8”)+ (1’2”x2’x11”)=20.16 cu. Ft. (volume)
  23. 23. 4. 5. 6. This drawer contains two trays with more partitions for keeping things. LxB = 1’2”x 2’ + 1’2” x 1’4”=2.8 sq. ft. (area) LxBxH= 1’2”x 2’ x3”+ 1’2” x 1’4x 4”=2.5 cu. Ft.(volume) Drawer keeping shoes LxB =2’9”x2=5.3 sq. ft. (area) 2.8 sq. ft. 2’9”x2=5.3 sq. ft. LxBxH= 2’9”x 2’ x9”=4.1 cu. Ft.(volume) (storage capacity= 6-7 pair of shoes) Drawer for putting woolen clothes LxB =2(2’9”x2)=10.6 sq. ft. (area) LxBxH= 2(2’9”x 2’ x1’)=11 cu. Ft.(volume) (storage capacity= 8 cardigans)
  24. 24. Rod for hanging stoles and dupattas Hanger for hanging clothes. Tray for keeping hairdryer and straigthner Tray for keeping perfumes and lotions. Tray for keeping comb and other cosmetics. Detailing of wardrobe 7 8 9 10
  25. 25. 7. 8. It is one basket for keeping combs and cosmetics like kajal etc. along with one tray for keeping other cosmetics. LxB = 5.5” x 5”=27.5 sq. in. or o.2 sq. ft. (area of basket) LxB = 7”x5”=35 sq. in. or 0.25 sq. ft (area of tray) LxBxH= 5.5” x 5”x6”=165 cu. In. Or 0.09 cu. Ft.(volume of basket) LxBxH= 7” x 5”x3”=0.07 cu. Ft.(volume of basket) Tray for keeping perfumes and lotions. LxB = 1’3”x6”=0.6 sq. ft (area of tray) LxBxH= 1’3”x6”x5”=0.26cu. Ft.(volume of basket)
  26. 26. 9. 10. Tray for keeping hair dryers and straightners LxB =2( 1’2”x8”)=1.4 sq. ft (area of tray) LxBxH= 2(1’2”x8”x5”)=0.6 cu. Ft.(volume of basket) Hooks for hanging clothes.
  27. 27. DIFFERENT CONCEPT OF PLACEMENT OF DOORS • Traditional concept • Contemporary concept Traditional concept:- In traditional concept inset concept of door were used. In this concept the door were placed inside the main frame and hinges were visible. It has been shown in below image. Door was placed after the main frame. This type of hinge was used.
  28. 28. DIFFERENT CONCEPT OF PLACEMENT OF DOORS Contemporary concept:- In contemporary concept full overlay and half overlay concept of door were used. hinges were not visible from outside. In half overlay half space of the board was used to place that door and n the other half space another door was placed. These concepts were also used in traditional concept but the difference is use of hinges were different and in traditional concept hinges were visible from outside which is not there in contemporary concept. Hinges are not visible In full over lay. This type of hinge was used.
  29. 29. I have used contemporary concept of placement of doors in my wardrobe. Full overlay concept in both corner doors. And half overlay concept in both middle doors
  30. 30. ESTIMATION OF PLYWOOD OR BOARD USED IN MAKING THIS WARDROBE Size of one ply or board = L x B =8’X4’ 1. For outer structure of wardrobe • For back side = 6’x6’ (6’ long and 6’ in breadth) • For left and right side =2 x (6’x2’) (6’ long and 2’ In breadth) • For base and top =2x ( 6’x2’) (6’ in length and 2’ in breadth) total size=30’x14’
  31. 31. 2. For making inner partitions Size base side=(1’4x2’) (1’4 In length and 2’ in breadth.) Size of back side=4’6”x1’4”(4’6” long and 1’4” in length) Size right side=(4’6”x2”) (4’6” long and 2’ in breadth) Size base side=2(1’5x2’) (1’5 In length and 2’ in breadth.) Size of back side=2(5’2” x1’5” )(5’2” long and 1’5” in length) Size right side= (5’2”x2”) (5’2” long and 2’ in breadth) Size of base side=2’10”x 2’ (2’10” In length and 2’ in breadth.) Size of back side=3’10”x2’10”(3’10” long and 2’10” in length) Size of left and right side=2(3’10”x2”) (3’10” long and 2’ in breadth) Inner partitions one board of size 3’10”x2’ 5 boards of size 1’4 ¼” x 2’ total size=10’4”x4’8” + 18’11”x 8’10” + 14’4”x 8’10” =43’7”x22’4”
  32. 32. 2. For making drawers Size top and base side=(2’9”x2’) (2’9”In length and 2’ in breadth.) Size of front and back side=2(9”x2’9”)(9” long and 2’9”in length) Size of right side= 9”x2’ (9”long and 2’ in breadth) There are two drawers of this size Size top and base side=(2’9”x2’) (2’9”In length and 2’ in breadth.) Size of front and back side=2(12”x2’9”1’)long and 2’9”in length) Size of left and right side=2(1’x2’) (1’long and 2’ in breadth) Size of middle division =1’x2’ Size base side=(1’4”x2’) (1’4”In length and 2’ in breadth.) Size of front and back side=2(7”x2’9”)7” long and 2’9”in length) Size of right side= 7”x2’ (7”long and 2’ in breadth) total size=6’3”x9’6”+7’9”x13’6” +2’6”x6’9” =16’6”x29’9”
  33. 33. 4.For making doors Size of one door = 6’x1’6”(6’ long and 1’6” in width) Size of four doors= 4 x size of one door = 4( 6’x1’6”) =24’x6’ Sub total of all =30’x14’ + 43’7”x22’4” + 16’6”x29’9”+ 24’x6’ =114’1”x72’1” Approximate number of ply or board used in wardrobe=total size /size of one ply or board = 114’1”x 72’1”/ 8’x4’
  34. 34. LAMINATE USED IN MAKING THIS WARDROBE Product Name: LUCENT ELM Company Name: Greenlam Laminates Sheet size: 4’x8” This laminate will be used inside the wardrobe
  35. 35. LAMINATE USED IN MAKING THIS WARDROBE Product Name: AMBER FLAMBE Company Name: Greenlam Laminates Sheet size: 4’x8” This laminate will be use as a outline border as a frame on partitions and doors in a wardrobe..
  36. 36. Total space I have created:- Total area= 2. 7 Sq. ft+2.9 Sq. ft+16.15 Sq. ft.+2.8 sq. ft.+5.3 sq. ft.+ 10.6 sq. ft.+0.2 sq. ft.+0.6 sq. ft.+1.4 sq. ft. =42.65 sq. ft. Total volume= 20.16 cu. Ft. +14 cu. Ft. +12 cu. Ft +2.5 cu. Ft.+ 4.1 cu. Ft.+11 cu. Ft.+0.09 cu. Ft. + 0.26 cu. Ft.+ 0.07 cu. Ft. + 0.6 cu. Ft. =64.78 cu. Ft.
  37. 37. For any adult user for a wardrobe the standard size required is 5 linear feet. Keeping into mind the requirement of my client and space provided I created an elevation for my design. In my design I have utilized 6 linear feet on floor.
  38. 38. Orthographic Projection Top plan Isometric view Elevations •Front elevation •Back elevation •Left side elevation •Right side elevation
  39. 39. Top plan Left side elevation Right side elevation Back elevationFront elevation Isometric view Orthographic projection of wardrobe excluding doors.
  40. 40. Top plan Left side elevation Right side elevation Back elevationFront elevation Isometric view Orthographic projection of wardrobe including doors.
  41. 41. As an interior designer this project on space planning has made me aware that a space of 6’ x 2’ x 6’ (L x B x H) has been made more functional by creating more space from the space provided to us. I have created 64.78 cu. Ft. in this space.
  42. 42. Now in subsequent slides , I am presenting my work on design development.
  43. 43. DESIGN Process
  44. 44. INTRODUCTION The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology, including research, analysis and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills the project goals. As a student of interior designing, to enrich my skills and knowledge, I have studied various topics during my Degree and Diploma program . I have learnt about space planning, its principles and its process. After that I have developed a plan also. Now I am supposed to design a space provided to me. Before doing any designing, we have to focus mainly on client, his/her requirement , needs and space available.
  45. 45. Welldesigned interiors can provide an environment that contributes to achievement at work and enhances pleasure and relaxation in recreational facilities. For doing any designing we need to pay attention to various aspects of designing. First of all We have to pay attention to who is the client, what are his/her requirements and needs, space available for designing, and have a proper knowledge of styles, elements and principles of design and various other theories of design including Fibonacci series, golden sections etc.
  46. 46. CASE STUDY I have provided a space for designing. I am suppose to do the designing of the entrance of a residential plan provided to us. I have to do the designing of side walls , steps, floor and ceiling only that are marked below.
  47. 47. SPACE AVAILABLE FOR DESIGNING 1. Wall 1. 2. Floor 3.Steps 4. Ceiling 1. 2. 3. 4.
  48. 48. SPACE AVAILABLE FOR DESIGNING (AREA) Steps: Area of one Tread = Lx B=11’3” x 1’1”=12.1875 sq. ft or 371.475 sq. cm. Area of 3 tread= 3 x area of one tread = 3x 12.1875 sq. ft. =36.5625 sq. ft. or 1114.425 sq. cm. Area of one Riser= H x L = 9” x 11’3”=8.4375 sq. ft. Area of 3 riser= 3x area of one riser =3x8.4375 sq. ft. =25.3125 sq. ft. or 771.525 sq. cm. Area of floor: L x B= 11’3” x 3’3” =36.5 sq. ft. or 1112.5 sq. cm.
  49. 49. SPACE AVAILABLE FOR DESIGNING (AREA) Area of ceiling: L x B= 11’3” X 6’6” =73.125 Sq. ft. or 2228.85 sq. cm. Area of wall: a)Area of one wall= H x L= 12’6” X 6’6” =81.25 Sq. ft. or 2476.5 sq. cm. Area of two wall=2 x area of one wall =2 x 81.25 sq. ft. =162.5 sq. ft. or 4953 sq. cm. b)Area of Thickness of one wall = H x B = 12’6” X 9” =9.3 sq. ft. 283.464 sq. cm. a) b) B=9” H=12’6”
  50. 50. REQUIREMENTS Requirements of the space provided are:- • Lighting • Nosing of the steps • Pots • Cornices • Ceiling • Flooring • Riser and tread of the step
  51. 51. NEEDS Entrance Flooring Wall Steps lighting Riser Tread Nosing Wooden flooring Tiles Wall colour Wall texture LED lights on riser of step sconces Ceiling Patterned Cornices Pattern and color Wainscoting or paneling
  52. 52. ELEMENTS OF STYLE
  53. 53. STYLE Gothic Baroque Rococo Neoclassical Eclectic Arts & Crafts Art Nouveau Art Deco to 1620 1620- 1700 1700- 1760 1760-1830 1830- 1880 1880- 1900 1900-1920 1920- 1940 Styles & Periods Style creates our interior home in order to feel good in that environment. I have studied about various style . These are:
  54. 54. I have given “BAROQUE” style to design my space. To design a space in a particular style it is very important to study about that proper style. In the subsequent slides, baroque style is explained.
  55. 55. BAROQUE PERIOD (1625 – 1714)
  56. 56. BAROQUE STYLE This architectural style originated in late 16th-century. Baroque style period is famous for its ornamental and artistic work.
  57. 57. ENTRANCE Baroque period had elaborate doors specially the front door. These door were positioned on top of the steps.
  58. 58. CEILING
  59. 59. CORNICES
  60. 60. FLOORING Baroque houses had stone flag floors, marble were used in two or more colors so that they produced illusionistic pattern. The surface appeared to vary in depth.
  61. 61. FLOORING The floor patterns had parquet or even marquetry patterns.
  62. 62. WALLS Wainscot was a fashionable form of wall lining. Walls were patterned by means of painted stencils. Later , they were replaced by block printed papers.
  63. 63. LIGHTING
  64. 64. MOTIFS Checker Guilloche Acanthus leaves Dentil band Strap work
  65. 65. After considering clients need and requirements and selecting a suitable style ,we now need to pay attention to the personality of the space before doing any designing. If we design the space keeping in mind client, his need and requirements, space available , personality of the space , the outcome will be more efficient and impactful.
  66. 66. PERSONALITY OF THE SPACE Entrance of the house It must be welcoming, elegant , resemble the status or personality of the house owner.
  67. 67. COLLAGE OF ENTRANCE OF A HOUSE
  68. 68. It is very important to choose the mood which we want to add in our design. Designing the space by adding a mood help the space to enhance its look more. I have chosen a mood that is elegant for designing my space and a color scheme also related to that mood.
  69. 69. Concepts are of two types:- 1. Conjunctive or Empirial 2. Disjunctive or Abstract Disjunctive Concept or Abstract:- Concept That Does Not Exist In The Physical World But Rather Subsists In The Mind, Like A Mood-happy, Tranquil ,Or An Atmosphere- Peaceful, Efficient Etc. This Type Of Concept Is More Subtle And Underline. It May Not Become Obvious To The Audience. CONCEPT BOARD
  70. 70. Mood Board ELEGANT
  71. 71. Color Board ELEGANT Elegant color combination only uses the palest tints. Monochromatic color scheme
  72. 72. Now after choosing the style, mood and color scheme I have to brainstorm what things I will be giving in my design , what type of flooring, ceiling etc. I am giving in my design. It is a big challenge for me to design the space for my client belonging to modern era in baroque style. I am reincarnating baroque style in my design
  73. 73. In subsequent slides , I am presenting the various options which I have chosen for my style.
  74. 74. 1. 2. 2. 3. 1. Wall 2. Wooden tile 3. Ceiling 3. 6. 4. 4. Pot 5. LED lights on steps 6. Sconces on wall 7. Riser 7. 5.6. 4.
  75. 75. Front Entrance Entrance with Twisted pillars
  76. 76. cornices Ceiling Wall and ceiling Sconces on wall Asian paints royale shyne – valley flower 8530 Wall colour
  77. 77. Floor and Steps Oak wooden tiled flooring Riser of steps LED lights on riser Nosing of steps Pot
  78. 78. THANK YOU…

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