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Interior Design I Finals Review JEOPARDY
100 Housing Housing Elements Color Color Principles Principles Design Basics Space Planning ► ► ► F i n a l J e o p a r d y ◄ ◄ ◄
Question The name of the loan needed to purchase a home. Housing 100 A: What is a mortgage?
\\ Question A: What are multiple family dwellings? Duplexes, apartments and condominiums Housing
Question A: What are extra bedrooms, large yard and schools nearby? The housing needs of a family in the expanding stage. Housing 300
Question A: What is $750 - $1000? The maximum housing budget range for a couple earning $3000 each month. Housing 400
Question A: What are zoning laws? Regulates location of shopping areas, public transportation & combination of multiple & single family dwellings. Housing 500
Question A: What are the elements of design? The basic tools a designer works with. Elements
Question A: What is line? The connection of two points that leads the eye around a room. Elements 200
Question A: What are forms? Cubes, spheres, pyramids, cones, cylinders. Elements 300
Question A: What is negative space The area under the desk. Elements 400
Question A: What is texture? Takes into consideration, surface quality, light reflection, and “visual feel” Elements 500
Question A: What is hue? Another term for color. Color 100
Question A: What is value? Determined by the amount of black or white added to a color Color 200
Question A: What is complimentary? The color scheme of red-violet and yellow-green. Color 300
Question A: What is analogous? Color scheme that uses three to five colors next to each other on the color wheel Color 400
Question A: What is intensity ? The amount of pure color in a hue. Color 500
Question A: What are the principles of design? The rules that designers use to apply the elements. Principles 100
Question A: What is the golden mean? Dividing a space so it is pleasing to the eye (ratio 2:3) Principles 200
Question A: What is balance? Consider size, texture, color and visual weight when creatint this is a room Principles 300
Question A: What is harmony Unity plus variety equals ________. Principles 400
Question A: What are radiation, gradation, transition, opposition and repetition? The five types of rhythm? Principles 500
Question A: What structural design? Is a design that uses clean lines and follows the function of the object. Design Basics 100
Question A: What is realistic/naturalistic design? The type of decorative design that can easily be identified as something from nature or this world. Design Basics 200
Question A: What is “form follows function”? A common phrase that means a piece should be designed to serve its purpose effectively. Design Basics 300
Question A: What is abstract design? The type of decorative design that cannot be identified as something from nature or this world. Design Basics 400
Question A: What is geometric design? The type of decorative design that repeats lines and shapes Design Basics 500
Question A: What is the two dimensional appearance of a room (birds-eye view)? Floor plan illustrate... Space Planning 100
Question A: What is a door? Space planning 200
Question A: What is a range? Space Planning 300
Question A: What is a shower? Space Planning 400
Question A: What are the sink, range and refrigerator.? The three areas that make up the work triangle in a kitchen Space Planning 500
Question A: What is to improve energy conservation, reduce noise and lower cost and inconvenience of repairs? Why do you stack the bathrooms/kitchen? Final Jeopardy
Elements & Principles of Design Mrs. Kampf Elements of Design Design involves the selection and arrangement of visual images to make a pleasing presentation.
ELEMENTS OF ART LINE SHAPE COLOR TEXTURE VALUE SPACE FORM.
Visual Rhetoric/Visual Literacy Visual Rhetoric: how/why visual images communicate meaning. Visual Literacy: involves all the processes of knowing and.
Elements and Principles of Art. The Elements of Art are the basic building blocks of all artwork. Artwork can be broken down into these Basic elements:
Principles of Design Balance b b A. Stability of an arrangement 1. Arrangement appears secure and stable 2. Balance must be both visual and actual.
The Basic Elements of Design are: Lines can take many forms. They can be loose and free or they can be straight and sharp. Lines can create patterns.
Photography Composition using the Elements and Principles of Art.
Principles of Design. Individuality Design is all about Individuality! No one will ever have the same design concept for one plan. Your own ideas and.
ELEMENTS OF ART The “building blocks” of a composition.
(The Ingredients for Good Art). Line helps create a sense of movement or stability in a photograph. Types of line: Organic Geometric Sketch.
Are the basic building blocks to create a work of art.
COLOR DESIGNS MOST EXCITING ELEMENT COLOR WHEEL A GUIDE TO STUDY HOW TO CHOOSE AND COMBINE COLORS.
® Forging new generations of engineers. Principles & Elements of Design.
Structural and Decorative Design. Design The selecting and organizing of materials to fill a function. The selecting and organizing of materials to fill.
Elements of Art Basic components or building blocks.
Principles of Design Guidelines for working with the Elements of Design.
Chapter 3 Elements: Space, Form, Line, Texture. Space Space is the most essential element in Interior Design. It is similar to the blank canvas in which.
PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN Directions or guidelines for using the elements of design.
Elements of Design Line A mark drawn with a pointed, moving tool. Lines have different lengths, widths, textures, directions, and degrees of curve.
ColorColor It’s Magic!. ColorColor A ray of light is the source of all color Color is light broken into rays of varying wavelengths, which causes the.
Designing and Producing Apparel Using Design in Fashion.
Interior Design FCS Intro. What is design? A plan for arranging elements in such a way as to best accomplish a particular purpose. -- Charles Eames.
Elements of painting, printmaking, photography, graphics art Or how we talk about images on a flat surface.
Putting it all together: Screen Design K.I.S.S.C.R.A.P. Creating Strong Design.
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TL Color. Color Color is an element or property of light. Can help create different moods in the room. Every color can have a psychological.
Promotion is the communication of information about goods, services, images and/or ideas to influence purchase behavior. 2.
LESSON 5 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE Compiled by: Archt. Maria Mynn Porciuncula-Alfonso.
An Introduction to Graphic design By Viraj Circar and Veena Sonwalkar.
Elements of Design. The Elements of Design are considered the TOOLS of design. The Principles of Design are considered the RULES of design.
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