Emphasis : Principles of design

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<p>Slide 1</p> <p>Principles of design </p> <p>emphAsis For a form or space to be expressed as being important or significant to an composition, it must be made uniquely visible. i.e. emphasized.</p> <p>Visual emphasis can be achieved throughContrastIsolation PlacementAbsence of a focal pointRepetition</p> <p>isolation</p> <p>contrast</p> <p>Placement</p> <p>Absence of focal point</p> <p>Repetition </p> <p>12</p> <p> Emphasis in architecture can be achieved throughexceptional sizea unique shapea strategic locationexceptional size</p> <p>Unique shape</p> <p>Strategic location</p> <p>Balance is a simple visual concept that relates to our experience of physical balance.</p> <p>Balance Types of balance Axial symmetrical balance.Biaxial symmetrical balance Radial balance Asymmetrical balance Axial symmetrical balanceArranging visually equal elements on both sides of a single axis</p> <p>Biaxial symmetrical balance Arranging visually equal elements in each of the four quadrants created by a pair of crossed axes</p> <p>24 Radial balanceArranging visually equal elements at an equal distance from a center point and spaced at an equal distance apart from one another</p> <p>Asymmetrical balanceArranging visually un equal elements around a point such that their visual weight of each element multiplied times their distance from the point of balance all equal one another</p> <p>Balance in architecture</p> <p>RHYTHM</p> <p>RHYTHM IN DESIGNRhythm is the repetition or alternation of elements, often with defined intervals between them.Rhythm can create a sense of movement, and can establish pattern and texture.</p> <p>KINDS OF RHYTHMKINDS OF RHYTHM</p> <p>RegularA regular rhythm occurs when the intervals between the elements,and often the elements themselves, are similar in size or length</p> <p>Flowing A flowing rhythm gives a sense of movement, and is often more organic in nature</p> <p>Progressive A progressive rhythm shows a sequence of forms through a progression of steps</p> <p>RHYTHM IN ARCHITECTURE</p> <p>REPETITION OF DIFFERENCES</p> <p>IN THIS RHYTHMICAL SERIES, THE ASCENDING AND DESCENDING PROGRESSIONS ARE BUILT UP FROM SMALL TO LARGE AND TO SMALL AGAIN. REPETITION OF LINES</p> <p>VARIATIONS OF LINEAR LENGTHS OF CURVATURES.REPETITION OF DIMENSIONS</p> <p>SUCH AS THE DIMENSIONS BETWEEN SUPPORTS AND BAY SPACING.REPETITION OF SHAPES</p> <p>REPETITION OF CONSTRUCTIVE ELEMENTS.</p> <p>REPETITIONREPETITION is the use of similar or connected pictorial elements. For example, similar shapes, colors or lines that are used more than once</p> <p>regular or irregular and even or uneven.in the form of RADIATION where the repeated elements spread out from a central point.</p> <p>in the form of GRADATION where the repeated elements slowly become smaller or larger.</p> <p>REPETITION CAN BE </p> <p>REGULAR REPETITION</p> <p>+REGULAR REPETITION</p> <p>IRREGULAR REPETITION</p> <p>IN THE FORM OF RADIATION</p> <p>REPITION THROUGH GRADIATIONREPITION THROUGH GRADIATIONREPITION THROUGH GRADIATION</p> <p>REPETITION TROUGH GRADIATIONREPETITION IN ARCHITECTURE</p> <p>IRREGULAR REPETITION</p> <p>51</p> <p>REGULAR REPETITION</p> <p>RADIAl REPETITION </p>


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