Home interior decor tips: Spaces that evoke a feeling in you

by HomeDecorBeauty


A truly luxurious space is one where residents feel happy, comfortable and at peace, and architects and interior designers play an important role in building not only responsible for the building, but also the interior decoration with equal emphasis. Visually appealing. The level of richness that can be achieved by understanding what a space is and what it brings to residents and the wider community is truly remarkable, because architecture can make you feel better, and good design brings joy to the people who use it.



Architecture and design communicate with users, not only on a visual or intellectual level, but also on a psychological and emotional level. Understanding the impact various materials and design elements can have on its users is an integral part of the conceptualization process of a space, as these can be harnessed to foster positivity and a sense of belonging.

For example, when entering a building for the first time, as humans, we subconsciously record the materials, textures, colors and lighting used because of the sensations they evoke. Just like wood tones give a warm feel, while grey tones give a sense of calm and stability. The combination of various such elements stimulates the senses.



In an interview with HT Lifestyle, Akshat Bhatt, Principal Architect of Architecture Discipline, shared: “True luxury is about the quality of light, air and space. The quality of natural light entering a space can significantly enhance the ambience of a space. In our project , we introduced large openings and skylights that allow ample daylight and ventilation while minimizing heat entry. Light-filled, well-served spaces help residents think clearly and live healthier lives.”

He revealed: “Another important aspect of designing positive spaces is having pleasant views, such as a central courtyard with cascading green, like an oasis, creating a calm and relaxing atmosphere for the workspace, which There are 16-foot ceilings that inform the scale of the space, which feels energizing and positive.”



Team3 partner Shubhra Dahiya advises: “Multiple strategies are used to introduce vitality and a sense of community into the existing school building. A large, straight orange staircase breathes life into the space, transforming it from a largely abandoned part of the building into a A hub of interaction. Built-in seating and planters in the courtyard enable community to develop between children of all grades.”

She added: “The walls around the yard can be animated with the children’s drawings displayed on the wooden display system and the low-level blackboard. These interventions transform the area into a playful and vibrant space that upends traditional notions of institutions. , and leaves a positive impression in the minds of the children. In this way, the building is not only transformed into surfaces and walls, but also helps to create an evocative environment for its users.”



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