Office interior design

The sciences are not like Minerva, who sprang fully armed from the brain of Jove; they are daughters of time, and take shape insensibly, first by the combination of methods learned from experience, and later by the discovery of principles deduced from that combination.

If the interior is a second skin or an extension of human identity, then, to paraphrase Diderot, Office interior design the knowledge of the inside of a person is congruous to the knowledge of the inside of a space. Thus, designing interiors is always simultaneously an addition to, and an intervention in, the human experience.

The designed environment must address human concerns in addition to understanding the artistic and physical properties of a space, since it is with the human being that design originates. Unfortunately, interiors practice today continues to deal almost exclusively with physical interventions, rather than the experiential engagement of the user. Catering to qualitative needs with the aim of promoting human well-being has never been adequately dealt with as a component of design, interior or otherwise.

There is also arguably no satisfactory understanding of the interior as a unified entity. Even though “interior design is a popular activity and is accepted as an independent discipline, in practice it remains a compilation of disparate parts. A vacuum exists between the common perception of the tasks of interior design and the conceptual foundation the profession needs. We lack what might be deemed a poetics of the interior-the comprehensive knowledge of design that makes environments “sing in harmony with their occupants.

It is imperative that today, before design becomes further distanced from its human roots, a comprehensive body of design knowledge is cultivated based on three basic tenets:

People ought to be the focus of all design. Therefore, design for human habitation requires a systemic understanding of the body, mind, and spirit. This demands the ability to couple an in-depth knowledge of physical, functional, and pragmatic criteria with a thorough command of perceptual and psycho-logical factors.

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