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More than likely, we have all experienced at least once in our life interior designing problem, choice of material, lighting system and lighting fixtures, furniture and much more. Every time I have a new customer I aim to find as many things that are characteristic of it, those things that I can integrate within the interior planning and which may influence my final design solution. In order to have a better shaped idea, usually I require an example of an interior that both the beneficiaries agreed, in case they are husband and wife, or the beneficiary, if he/she lives alone, or groups in other cases.

Exemplu de imagine care nu respecta proportiile spatiului  The first mistakeis choosing an interior design example that does not comply with the proportions of your own space. In other words, either in the image the room is way too high, and the chandelier makes all the money, and in fact we only have a Studio whether the image is in the attic of the house, with lots of wood and with fireplace, with broad and generous windows through which we can see the Alps, carrying us with thinking about Switzerland, and the space planning is a simple apartment furnished with small windows, to many walls, and poorly configured. Is time for me to explain the theory of fruit salad and the fact that in a small bowl may not get all the fruits for making the salad; this would lead us to two solutions: we become selective or  we start looking for a bigger bowl. 50% of those with whom I had philosophized on the fruit bowl theory I had to interrupt the conversation ... hmm, greedy people!

Obiecte de amenajare  The second mistake that I often meet is choosing the objects fitting before being made fittings, or at least its design overall. After a pretty interesting conversation with newcomers I received by e-mail a list of objects that they want kept in the new design. I don't think that would be a mistake, but it shouldn’t resemble the ones below...

Distinctia dintre a imita si adapta The third mistakethat I usually meet is the fact that the beneficiary doesn’t distinguish between "adjust" and "to imitate". Thus the beneficiary wished to emulate classic ceiling where there isn’t a generous height to admire it. Every time you have to take into consideration the distance between the viewer and the object you are looking at.

Supraaglomerarea camerelor  The fourth mistake is related to over-crowding. The space needs to breathe and to emanate a state of mind, a mood. Thus, with many different colours, textures, shapes or lights we can give an ambient its own personality. But be careful; too much personality is not always desirable.

Cea mai mare greseala este banalitatea  Anyway, the greatest mistake is the banality...

"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep."

- Scott Adams

The purpose of the architectural approach is to create a unique setting to illustrate the part of the lessee's personality, but also to produce a certain state of mind through shapes and lights.

Through the contrast between the shapes and textures one can delineate any space that can be split into functions, so as to be easy to perceive at first sight.

Details always help, but should not clog the composition followed, giving thus greatest emphasis to proportionality and the geometry of the bath space. The space itself should be thought for the present time, but without altering its possibilities to turn it into the future.

“Less is more” Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
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