A Thorough Insight into the Elements of Aesthetics and Architectural Designs

Whether it is your house or business facility, a building is a big investment that requires lots of monetary input. Therefore, the least you can do for yourself is to make sure that the final product if your investment is worth all that input. This begins with getting the right architect for your structure to help you design and configure it in the best possible way. For them to this, architects rely on some basic elements of architectural design to guide their work. The following discussion takes you through the elements of aesthetics and architectural design to better your understanding:


Space is an important aspect for architects when they are designing a building. It refers to the relative positon of an object to another in a three-dimensional perspective. Ideally, this comes down to visible elements of a building such as the size of hallways and rooms, the height of attics and ceilings, and the ease of accessing all the spaces within the building. A good architect will be able to use the space element to match the function of the building with each living area. The choice pf dimensions should resonate with the number of people expected to occupy each space. This is why some buildings can host many people without seeming crowded.


When you set your eyes on a building, the first thing you analyse is its façade. Basically, these are the aesthetic elements that appeal to you and make you judge the overall design either as a good one or bad. When designing a building, architects will simply draw lines using pencils or pens, but this later translates into real structures on the building. They form pillars, beams and slabs of stone or concrete, eventually giving shape to the building.

Lines are what give the overall pictorial impression of the building. It could be vertically or horizontally oriented depending on what you prefer and the space available for construction.


In architectural designs, a shape results from the enclosure of a space by closing up a line. On paper, the architect uses a two-dimensional view to represent what will happen in real space. Shape just uses perspective to show to expect by the time the construction work is over. Note that what is on paper may vary with what the contractor will deliver. This is why you should engage your architect throughout the project to ensure that all the design elements are incorporated.  

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Creating Luxury: A Construction and Contracting Blog

Welcome. My name is Claire, and I love luxury. I want the things that surround me to be well made, beautiful and long lasting, and that includes everything from my home, to my clothing, to my furniture. In this blog, I plan to focus on luxury in the home. In particular, I want to write about home design, building, refurbishments and other aspects of home construction and contracting work. I am a graphic designer for a small local magazine. I also do a bit of freelance work on the side. I love reading design books as well as doing crafts and a bit of home improvement work. I hope you enjoy my posts. Thank you for finding my blog!


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