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Interior Design

A creative discipline that aesthetics and functionality create well-designed interior spaces, from furniture selection to spatial planning and lighting design.

aesthetics

space

balance

harmony

proportion

color

texture

lighting

furniture

materials

functionality

ergonomics

innovation

creativity

sustainability

________________ design departs from nature; inspiration for the design is not recognizable.

  • Naturalistic
  • Conventional
  • Abstract
  • Geometric

A rectangular space on a project used to reference a complete description of the various components.

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  • List of equipment
  • Chart of lights
  • Key/Legend
  • Picture chart

This style is rooted in classic, ornate furniture designs and features well-accessorized rooms with dashes of pattern and color. What is it?

  • Traditional
  • Art Deco
  • Farmhouse
  • Southwestern

This light is more similar to that of sunlight.

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  • Incandescent
  • Halogen
  • Task lighting
  • Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (CFL’s)

What type of radial balance occurs when visual forces move inward, suggesting a compression of space?

  • Centripetal
  • Concentric
  • Centrifugal
  • Symmetry

Mark which style is on the picture ? (based on the main features)

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  • Minimal
  • Scandinavian
  • Mid-Century
  • Industrial

What is accessible design

  • The design of products and environments to be usable by everyone
  • A design procedures in which the needs of people with disabilities are specifically met
  • Designing spaces that older people can function in without having costly affects on their physical or mental health
  • Using nature as the local concept model for creating products and emulating natural methods for production

What is balance?

  • A device emphasizing a certain area or object to draw attention to the piece.
  • A distribution of visual weight within a composition that offset one another.
  • Oneness, togetherness, and cohesion. Another term is harmony.
  • A device created by repeated positive shapes separated by negative shapes.

What is contrast in the design principle?

  • [No Answer]

Who has the biggest influence in the Industrial Age?

  • Members of the guild
  • Queen Victoria of England
  • Wood workers
  • All of the above

Bon Jovi is on stage and the lighting designers are using this type of light to highlight him playing his guitar.

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  • Cove lighting
  • Direct lighting
  • Indirect lighting
  • Ambient lighting

The term ‘form’ is applied to three-dimensional areas and objects.

  • True
  • False

This type of design uses designs from nature in a simplified or adapted way.

  • Naturalistic
  • Conventional
  • Abstract
  • Geometric

What components qualify a person to be a professional interior designer

  • Education
  • Education
  • Evidence
  • Experience
  • Entertainment
  • Examination

Which of the following is correct about architectural lettering?

  • Should be written in all capital letters
  • Titles should be smaller than the descriptions
  • Spacing between letters is not important
  • Draw the curved lines first

This picture represents a type of rhythm when lines flow outward from a central location or point. Choose the correct answer.

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  • Gradation
  • Opposition
  • Radiation
  • Repetition

This picture represents a principle of design that has a main focal point. Choose the correct answer.

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  • Proportion
  • Scale
  • Emphasis
  • Transition

[Blank] is how we can use visual cues to make the environment better for people to heal. It uses data from research to make design decisions.

  • Evidence based design

Dorothy "sister" Parish

  • Established her firm with her husband after the market crash.
  • Established the first decorated department store.
  • She became known for her "under decorated look".
  • Consider the first professional interior designer.

Mark all the types of buildings constructed by Greeks and Romans in ancient time that applies.

  • Theater
  • Theater
  • Stadiums
  • Temples
  • Houses
  • Baths

This picture represents a type of rhythm that shows the same element more than once throughout a space. Choose the correct answer.

  • Gradation
  • Opposition
  • Radiation
  • Repetition

What is a Guild?

  • Byzantine Empire
  • Members of a group with similar pursuits
  • Celebrity Designers
  • Contributors to the decoration of interiors

If you add white to a can of red paint you have now created a shade.

  • True
  • False

The baroque style...

  • A style that emerge in the ancient Greeks.
  • Emerge on the Renaissance period.
  • Is design with elaborated ornamentation.
  • Is most commonly used in Churches

What is the definition of natural materials?

  • [No Answer]

What is HDF refere to?

  • High density fiber

Match the following1.Vertical lines – Feminine effect2. Horizontal lines – Movement or action3. Diagonal lines – Masculine effect4. Curved lines - Relaxation

  • 4,3,2,1
  • 2,1,4,3
  • 3,4,2,1

What are the three categories of light?

  • GeneralTaskandAccent/Decorative
  • AmbientTaskanUplighting
  • FootcandlesAmbientand Natural LIght
  • Incandescent LightHalogenandLED LIghting

Which kind is manufactured wood?

  • MDF
  • MDF
  • Pine
  • Oak
  • Laminated veneer
  • Chipboard

Balance is also called as __________

  • Scale
  • Equilibrium
  • Pattern

First popular in the early 20th century, this style incorporates geometric and ornate details using marble and gold leaf. Which style is this?

  • Farmhouse
  • Midcentury Modern
  • Art Deco
  • Southwestern

Describe ambient light.

  • natural light

This type of design is made up of geometric shapes or stripes.

  • Geometric
  • Conventional
  • Stylized
  • Abstract

This style uses exposed ductwork and ceiling beams. Furnishings may incorporate sleek lines and salvaged wood or pipework. What style is it?

  • Midcentury Modern
  • Art Deco
  • Southwestern
  • Industrial

Draw an example of a flush mount light fixture.

  • [No Answer]

What factors contribute to a positive workplace?

  • Air quality
  • Air quality
  • Access to near-by exits
  • Access to daylight
  • Addressing privacy needs
  • Access to an outdoor space
  • Access to food and an eating area
  • Access to a smoking area
  • Creating zones for creative collaboration
  • Individualization areas
  • Bathrooms
  • Ensuring Safety/Security
  • Temperature Control
  • Humidity Control
  • Providing moments of relief from the stresses of work

Which civilization is credited with the most influence in architecture design?

  • Mayas
  • Asians
  • Greeks
  • Egyptians

What is radial balance?

  • Created by repeated positive shapes separated by negative spaces.
  • Visual forces move inward, suggesting a compression of space.
  • Occurs when the visual forces expand outward.
  • All the elements in a composition radiate or circle out from a common central point. These are abundant in the natural world.

What design element refers to the relationship between different visual elements in a composition?

  • Texture
  • Space
  • Proportion
  • Composition

A callback to the 1950s and '60s, is which style pictured here?

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  • Scandinavian
  • Midcentury Modern
  • Bohemian
  • Art Deco

Which colours seems to be Cheerful and welcoming?

  • Cool colours
  • Warm colours
  • Bright Colours

In the middle age, the interiors of building were constructed for ______________ because___________.

  • churches and aristocrats. They could maintain they wealth.

Color is a design element that can evoke emotions and convey messages in a visual composition.

  • true
  • false

The form should reflect its intended use and fulfill its intended purpose.

  • form follows function

What type of design is shown here?

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  • Geometric
  • Conventional
  • Abstract
  • Naturalistic

Mark which one is not a key feature for classic style:

  • Elegant fabrics
  • Pop up colors
  • Muted pallete
  • Repeated Symmetry

Mark which style is on the picture ? (based on the main features)

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  • Preppy
  • Glam

This is an example of which Proportion?

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  • The Greek Oblong
  • Scale
  • Balance

Draw an pendant light fixture.

  • [No Answer]

Dorothy Draper (1879-1955)

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  • Wrote The House in Good Taste in 1913.
  • Founded her firm with her husband, after he lost money on the market crash.
  • Added projects for public and commercial interior spaces to her repertoire.
  • The first women considered a Professional Interior Designer.

Mark which one is not the basic design styles:

  • classic
  • modern
  • contemporary
  • electric

When using red, blue and yellow in a designer's theme for a room the color harmony is called a double-complementary.

  • True
  • False

Combinations of three to five colors adjacent to each other on the color wheel describes which type of color harmony.

  • Analogous
  • Double complementary
  • Monochromatic
  • Triadic

Mark all the responsibilities of an Interior Designer that apply

  • Analyze the client's needs, goals and safety requirements.
  • Analyze the client's needs, goals and safety requirements.
  • Purchase fixtures
  • Design and manage customs furnishings for interiors.

What are the types of lighting

  • Computer
  • Task
  • Study
  • Cooking
  • Ambient/General
  • Kinetic?
  • Accent
  • Natural
  • Stage
  • Reading
  • Decorative

Which one is manufactured material?

  • Sand
  • Plastic
  • Silk
  • Clay

What is symmetrical balance?

  • Visual forces move inward, suggesting a compression of space.
  • Two sides are not identical, but different. Elements are arrange for a sense of balance.
  • Likened shapes repeat in the same positions on either side of a vertical axis. One side is the mirror image of the other, creating a static feeling of strength and stability.
  • All the elements radiate or circle out from a common central point.

Define Ergonomics

  • The investigation of the interaction between built form and the action the human body makes in order to perform a task
  • A science of measuring the human body that is used to help design and engineer products to be comfortable and safe
  • A broad rage of projects based in the service industry- hotels, restaurants, spas, clubs, bars, etc.
  • The design of products and environments to be usable by anyone

Modern design is characterized by mixing past traditions with new forms of expressions

  • True

Tick the basic requirements of Structural Design.(select all relevant answers)

  • It should be simple
  • It should be simple
  • It should not be well proportioned
  • It should suit the purpose

Horizontal lines create a feeling of height.

  • True
  • False

A colorless, odorless, rare gaseous element used in illuminated signs and lights

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  • Fiber Optics
  • Neon
  • LED
  • General lighting

Which style is illustrated here?

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  • Midcentury Modern
  • Southwestern
  • Art Deco
  • Traditional

What are the 4 ways of controlling acoustics?

  • Planning Spaces so that functions are incompatible and separated
  • Planning Spaces so that functions are incompatible and separated
  • Eliminating hardwood floors and other hard flooring materials
  • Prevent unwanted sound from entering
  • Prevent or reduce sound generated in the interior
  • Limit the number of floors built
  • Change the quality of sound heard within a space to modify the user experience

This design style is an example of:

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  • Southwestern
  • Bohemian
  • Farmhouse
  • Midcentury Modern

Express to any question you need to answer ???? ..(ask yourself a question and answer it)

  • [No Answer]

What is the surface enrichment of structural design?

  • Structural Design
  • Decorative Design

Which of the following is NOT considered an element of design?

  • Color
  • Balance
  • Contrast
  • Emphasis

Which of the following is NOT a design principle?

  • Harmony
  • Repetition
  • Opacity
  • Balance

This is an example of ____________________ design.

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  • abstract
  • stylized
  • realistic
  • geometrict

This type of design reproduces a motif from nature in its natural form; looks photographic.

  • Abstract
  • Naturalistic/Realistic
  • Conventional/Stylized
  • Geometric

In what period Interior Design began to be shape as a distinct specialty?

  • Earliest experiences of humans
  • 18th Century
  • 20th Century
  • Industrial Age

What type of radial balance occurs when the visual forces expand outward?

  • Centripetal
  • Concentric
  • Centrifugal
  • Asymmetrical

This picture is an example of ____________________ design.

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  • abstract
  • naturalistic
  • geometric
  • conventional

Simple lines, no ornamentation; can't be separated without destroying the object is called _______________ design.

  • structural
  • decorative

The order of the hospitality scale from highest to lowest is [Blank] truly meant for the 1%, [Blank] High End, [Blank] Commodity with Luxury perks, [Blank] Mainstream with many features, and [Blank] mainstream, low-cost, low-frills

  • Exclusive
  • Exclusive
  • Luxury
  • Premium
  • Commodity
  • Value

The sale of items that the buyer did not intend to purchase before entering the store

  • Last Chance Sale
  • The Magazine Tax
  • Impulse Buy
  • Brand Buy

What can an imbalance create?

  • Can create a more casual effect.
  • It can create tension, as an artist may want to express uneasiness and using it can be a good tool.
  • It can make a feeling of strength and stability.
  • Can create a feeling of chaos.

This picture is an example of what type of design?

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  • Abstract
  • Naturalistic
  • Geometric
  • Conventional

Define Anthropometrics

  • A design approach aimed at directing people through space using color, light, surface, signage, form, and material
  • The carriage of the body, or the position of the limbs
  • The investigation of the interaction between built form and the action the human body makes in order to perform a task
  • A science of measuring the human body that is used to help design and engineer products to be comfortable and safe.

An example of a portable light fixture...

  • Chandelier
  • Floor lamp
  • recessed lighting
  • flush mount fixture

Mark which style is on the picture ? (based on the main features)

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  • Farmhouse
  • Coastal
  • Transitional
  • California Cool

What is the design principle that refers to the repetition and systematic use of visual elements in a composition?

  • rhythm

Elsie de Wolfe (1865-1950)

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  • Founded a New York based firm for interior design.
  • Is often considered to be the first professional decorator. She began as an interior decorator at age 40.
  • She was known for her "under decorated look".
  • Establish the first decorated department store.

When you need to decorate a small room it is wise to have furnishings that appear _______ in visual weight. This look will make the room appear larger.

  • Heavy
  • Light
  • Mixed
  • Patterned

If an interior designer wants to create a look of relaxation and calmness by using lines, which type of line would fit the description?

  • curved
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  • horizontal
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Example of a structural light

  • a lamp
  • recessed lighting
  • a floor lamp
  • task lighting

Applied ornamentation to an object; can be separated without destroying the object is called ______________ design.

  • structural
  • decorative

What affects visual weight?

  • Size, as larger elements carry more weight, and color, as some colors are perceived as having more weight than others. Red, for example, seems to be the heaviest while yellow is the lightest.
  • Imbalance
  • Tension
  • The focal point

What are some of the Approaches for Interior Designers

  • Feng Shui, Universal, Green, and, Residential.
  • Commercial, Residential, and Universal
  • Universal, Sustainable, and Feng Shui
  • Aesthetic, Harmony, Sustainable, and Organic

choice the natural materials

  • Stone
  • Stone
  • Copper
  • HDF
  • Ceramic
  • wood

Mark which style is on the picture ? (based on the main features)

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  • Farmhouse
  • Coastal
  • Transitional
  • California Cool

A type of light made of a silicone “chip” of crystals about the size of a grain of salt with bulbs that provide about 100,000 hours of light.

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  • Incandescent light
  • Fiber optics
  • Task lighting
  • LED - Light emitting diode

Which image refers to zebra wood

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Interior Designs can be divided into which categories

  • Commercial and Contract Design
  • Government buildings Design
  • Residential and Contract Design
  • Rooms and Medical Buildings

What is Sustainability 3rd party Certifications

  • Tests out furniture to make sure that it is stable and safe for the consumer
  • A company that decides if the building is ready for ADA certification
  • Aid in but also confuse the selection of sustainable an environmentally friendly materials
  • A check-list of things needed to be prepared before a building can be certified

.........is the design principle that refers to the relationship between the parts and the whole in a composition, creating visual balance.

  • Proportion

List out the objectives of Interior Design.

  • Beauty, Expressiveness, Functionalism

What factors helps an asymmetrical piece to be balanced?

  • Pattern and position
  • Value, color, size, texture, quantity, and orientation
  • Centripetal, centrifugal, and concentric
  • Rhythm and focal point

The Industrial Age brought a mass production of ________________. For ____________________ consumers.

  • Furniture and textiles. American, Western Europe, and England cities

Ruby Ross Woods (1880-1950)

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  • Has a firm in New York that still operates under the name of Betty Sherril.
  • Established the first decorating department store.
  • She frequently redecorated her house and used it as her showroom for clients.
  • Considered the first Professional interior decorator.

Which type of radial balance occurs when the boundary is repeated in diminishing size to create a bulls eye effect?

  • Bilateral
  • Centripetal
  • Concentric
  • Centrifugal

What is asymmetrical/informal balance?

  • Two sides are not identical, but different. There is no symmetry; there are no perfect mirror images. Elements of different visual weights are arranged in a way that each side is still balanced out. The “heavier” elements will catch the eye more than the “lighter” ones, which will recede.
  • All the elements radiate or circle out from a common central point.
  • Occurs when the boundary is repeated in diminishing size to create a bulls eye effect.
  • A rhythm that has the same visual beats and same amount of space between elements.

If a hospital room is decorated with hues of blue and green the room is using __________ colors.

  • Cool
  • Neutral
  • Warm
  • Valued

Which kinds are natural wood?

  • Cherry
  • Walnut
  • Beech
  • Teak
  • All of above

Chose the corrects answer.

  • Interior design is the activity related to ornamentation. Decoration is the activity that plans the necessities of a space.
  • Interior Design plans the necessities of a space relating to safety, and protection and the function of a space.
  • Decoration relates to ornamentation. Working only with fabrics, color and furnishings.

The materials used by ancient Greeks and Romans in their constructions were

  • stone and marble

The term interior architect describes...

  • The occupation taken by some of the men in the Neo-Renaissance.
  • The occupation taken by some of the men who used the baroque style design.
  • The occupation taken by some of the men in the Industrial Ages.
  • The occupation taken by some of the men in Europe as interior designers.

Mark features which is not contemporary style

  • Unique but balanced
  • Simple Furniture
  • Functional furniture
  • Pops of Patterns

Contrast is a design principle that is based on the noticeable difference between visual elements, such as the use of opposite colors or the combination of lights and shadows.

  • true
  • false

Which type of design includes beams and columns?

  • Decorative design
  • Structural design

Eleanor McMillen Brown

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  • Create the first department store
  • Used her house as a showroom for her clients
  • Wrote The House in Good Taste
  • Founded her New York based firm in 1923.

Mark which style is on the picture ? (based on the main features)

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  • Minimal
  • Scandinavian
  • Mid-Century
  • Industrial

What is bilateral symmetry?

  • Occurs when the boundary is repeated in diminishing size to create a bulls eye effect.
  • Shapes repeat in the same positions on either side of a vertical axis.
  • Occurs when the visual forces expand outward.
  • There is a slight difference, but both sides of a piece are still symmetrical.

What refers to any sort of surface enrichment and applies to both two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects?

  • Colour
  • Light
  • Pattern

_____ styles choses function over form.

  • Modern

What are the three basic Primary colours?

  • White, Black and Grey
  • Yellow, red, Blue
  • Yellow, red, Green

A type of light that flows through hair-fine strands of glass tubes. Emits no heat and no ultraviolet light – used for museum lighting.

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  • Incandescent
  • LED
  • Fiber Optics
  • Halogen

This style is an example of:

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  • Midcentury Modern
  • Scandinavian
  • Art Deco
  • Farmhouse

Jack has a client that wants a room that has strength and dignity. What type of lines can he use to fullfill his clients needs?

  • vertical
  • curved
  • diagonal
  • horizontal

Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann

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  • His firm is based on New York
  • Used materials like rare woods and ivory
  • Was the first Professional Interior Designer
  • Used his house as a showroom for clients

What does NCIDQ stand for?

  • National Council of Interior Design Qualifications

Choose the four correct mounting techniques.

  • Straight edges
  • Straight edges
  • Clean and Neat
  • 90 degree angles
  • 1/4" border

Which of all this associations are the biggest of the Interior Design

  • American Society Interior Design Association
  • International Interior Designers Association
  • Interior Design Education Council Association
  • Interior Design Education Association

The two types of residential design are [Blank], and [Blank]

  • Multi Family, Multi-family, Single Family
  • Multi Family, Multi-family, Single Family

This style is an example of:

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  • Traditional
  • Farmhouse
  • Art Deco
  • Coastal

What are the 6 color scheme type

  • Monochromatic
  • Monochromatic
  • Achromatic
  • Polychromatic
  • Chromatic
  • Analogous
  • Complementary
  • Split Complementary
  • Disharmony
  • Triadic
  • Tetradic/quadratic
  • Disharmony
  • Triadic
  • Tetradic/quadratic

What is the name of the design principle that refers to visual harmony and balance in a composition?

  • equilibrium

When a tactile texture is used in an interior, the item can be touched to feel the texture.

  • True
  • False

The word texture refers to the _______quality of the surface of any object or area.

  • Visual
  • Tactile
  • Decorative

Syrie Maugham

  • Used rare woods and ivory materials on her designs.
  • Established her decorating business as an antique shop first.
  • Consider the first professional interior decorator
  • Her firm is still running to this date

The three categories of textiles are[Blank], [Blank], and [Blank]

  • Natural Fibers, natural fibers, Man-made fibers, man-made fibers, Man-made, Synthetic fibers, man made, man made fibers
  • Natural Fibers, natural fibers, Man-made fibers, man-made fibers, Man-made, Synthetic fibers, man made, man made fibers
  • natural fibers, man-made, man-made fibers, synthetic fibers, man made, man made fibers,
  • natural fibers, man made, man made fibers, man-made, man-made fibers, synthetic fibers

Interior Design is an highly personalized form of ______________

  • Self expression

Full of texture, color and story, this look embraces influences from across the globe and carries a vibe of cool confidence. This describes which style?

  • Coastal
  • Bohemian
  • Art Deco
  • Midcentury Modern

Too bright light causes ____________.

  • Emotional Distress
  • Relaxation
  • Tiring

One statement piece is feature for ..

  • Classic Style
  • Modern Style
  • Contemporary Style
  • Eclectic

what principle we can see here?

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  • Balance
  • Emphasis
  • Harmony
  • Rhythm

Draw an example of a chandelier.

  • [No Answer]

What are the four types of elements?

  • Stone
  • Stone
  • Wood
  • Concrete
  • Plastic
  • Metal
  • Natural Elements
  • Glass

Curved lines indicate flexibility and grace.

  • True
  • False

In what period the patronage or the fine arts began?

  • 20th Century
  • Middle Ages
  • Victorian Period
  • 14th Century
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