Face Maker – The Truth of Interior Detailing
While architecture is the face of a building, the metaphorical exterior envelop that defines the entity of a building space, then interior design is the heart of the building concept. A layman can never decipher the concept of a building by looking at blank walls and windows – the space needs to be carefully manipulated to into some sort of semblance that the common man can relate to. In comes interior designing – the art of giftwrapping architectural blunders in beautiful, shiny envelops that are not only aesthetically pleasing, but also pragmatic to the fullest. Interior detailing has the power to make or break the idea of an architectural masterpiece – you can plan the tiniest detail of a building, but it won’t matter as long as the interior design does not reflect the idea of your concept. Contemporary design can cater to odd nooks and alcoves in its architectural design, but it is with the help of a good interior design that the space actually takes on a relatable form. So interior design is the contemplative mood maker, the figurative face of any architectural formation. So keeping all this in mind, today we’ll be looking at a few interior details that define the essence of their architecture.
1. All the Little Pieces
Imagine this interior space as completely blank. Can’t seem to, can you? That’s because all the little things have been so perfectly incorporated into this three dimensional space that there seems to be no room for architectural flaws to surface before the eyes.
First glance shows off this space as capacious, but if you try to imagine it without the furniture, you’ll definitely see that spaciousness as a waste of space – that is the beauty of interior detailing; a good interior design can lift up any space.
3. Glass walls
The beam drop of this interior space could have seemed like a particularly annoying roadblock to the user, but the incorporation of the glass wall and sink divider has turned it into an interior scape masterpiece – a clever and effective move on the designer’s part.
Materials, textures lighting and effective contrast can change the concept of even the most uncanny of spaces – just look at this open floor living area – not only is it beautifully contrasted, the furniture design and lighting ad a whole new level of allure to the ambiance.
5. Up, up and away
The pedestal of the bed is the feature space of this room, which, in architectural terms might have seemed like a waste of space, but the actual interpretation of that idea seems to be not only workable, but also aesthetically pleasing in the grand scheme of things – a clever manipulation of extra space.