In House Design
Graphic & Interior
We offer a complete design service within both the Graphic & Interiors Sectors. Having been involved & studied both, have noticed that more & more these areas do cross pollinate.
Like interior space design is for the evaluation and reconstruction of the volumetric gaps, the interior graphic design aims to provide a new form to the void and to form a shape on the surface. In this context, the graphic design phenomenon, which involves organizing texts and images in a creative process in two dimensions or three dimensions in a perceptible and visible plane to convey a message or to visualize a thought, plays an effective role in defining and functioning components and components of space.
In these spatial graphic designs, which have a narrative composition aiming to make a thought or an emotion striking with out-shooting purpose, the perceptions resulting from the structure of the interior and resulting on the audience are transformed into a direct creation, so that the viewer becomes familiar and ordinary to look at the space with another eye and to perceive the invisible aspects of this space. We can say that the influence of an interior design depends on its relation to space.
Interior graphic design works, which aim to make a thought or a feeling stunning, increases visual comfort of that space, confers identity and eliminate the ordinary style of the space for its users. In this case, the designer should examine, analyse and feel the space well and should evaluate the inner shell surfaces (walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, stairs, columns, etc.) correctly the creative process. It is one of the most defining features of interior space that it has a limited space that separates man at a certain scale from the space surrounds him.
According to Şenyapılı (1996), determining the position of what they look and what they see and how they relate to each other, ensures the recognition of space. For example, the ceiling, the floor, the walls, and the objects in the room define the space of the room. The room is an interior space. For this reason, indoors is also called space (Şenyapılı, 1996). Thus, space as having properties of direction, shape, inner volume can be measured, and an object which can be thought as an element that can be fitted into place. The environment we live in, the interiors created by the people, can be classified according to their usage and needs.