Basics of Interior Design: Conceptualizing the Morphology of Interior Design
The basis for different interior design approaches is typically derived from the premise of the five main methodologies of this discipline. By comprehending these methodologies, a designer enables their awareness of the ontological classifications of designs. This enablement facilitates the ability to categorize elements of each discipline and how they can be relevant to a particular interior’s narrative. These foundational theories are enclosed physical space, personalized space, phenomenological space, as a backdrop for social interaction, and the interior as a process of interiorization. Understanding these theories, we can then begin to look at the key elements and basics of interior design principles.
Enclosed Physical Space
The enclosed physical space concept centres around the inside of the architectural envelope explored from the perspective of vetting the existing encasement.