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Just like art, A designer needs to satisfy more than just the pure functionality purposes of a design. The composition, the space, the forms and the interior give sensation and meaning to the design to create an experience famously known as “emotional conceptual”.
Space is one of the most important elements of design. Space is an intangible attribute of a design defined in terms of forms, shapes, size, color, smell, time, location. and atmosphere. In this article, we will discuss the basic elements of form and space, what makes up the space and how the positive and negative elements in a space create a unity of opposites that defines our visual field and experience. Designer is an art when one consciously or unconsciously creates aesthetic emotion in the atmosphere and when this environment produces wellbeing.
Space by itself is inherently formless and can be as open or as closed, as cluttered or as empty as intended. It can be the smell of flowers in the garden or the cloudy sky occupying our view from the windows. It can be consciously meaningless or meaningful based on our brain associations with the form and mass in our visual field.
It all starts with a point in the space in a given time. A point marks a position in space. Two points define the composition of a line. A line that moves away from its inherited direction forms a plan establishes length and width in the space. One of the key characteristics of a plane is shape which is the characteristic outline of the plane and the primary means for us to recognize and identify the visual constructs around us. Color, texture and pattern of a plane affect the visual weight and stability it carries in our visual perception.