Interior Design 1
Students will identify and explain the basic principles of design or the "rules"/guidelines of design: scale, proportion, balance, rhythm, emphasis/focal point and harmony. (STEM: Math, Science)
Difference between symmetrical (formal) and asymmetrical (informal) balance.
Elements and Principles Using a Movie
This lesson provides both students and teacher with an "entertaining" break while fulfilling the requirements of a specific performance objective (303).
Students will be given a sample that must be emphasized in the room they design. This will provide students with a hands-on opportunity to work with emphasis.
This lesson provides students with an opportunity to work with a partner in a hands-on approach to designing a harmonious room.
Harmony Quilt Blocks
Students will create a quilt block following very specific rules and the three colors of paper provided in class.
This lesson uses the video Design: The Principles as an introduction to the principles of design unit.
Principles of Design - Picture Assignment
Students will find a large, clear picture depicting each of the different principles of design. Students will then write a complete sentence describing where they see each of the principles of design in the pictures they have chosen.
How to create rhythm by repetition, transition, gradation, opposition, and radiation.
This lesson provide students with an artistic opportunity to create an example of each of the different types of rhythm.
This activity provides students with an artistic, creative and challenging way to create the three types of balance--symmetrical, asymmetrical, and radial.
Scale & Proportion Collages
This lesson will help students to understand the concept of scale and proportion through the use of incorrect examples of each.
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