The art of storage organizing is found in the third "F" in form, fit and function. It is hard enough designing the space for form and fit, but adding function takes your design from "beautiful" to "I want that." This course will take you through current remodeling trends, changes in consumers, design personalization, and how to imaginatively add accessories, such as storage organizing and profits to your designs.
In this learning unit we will highlight the how Classical Moulding Design can be used throughout the home. We will discuss different heights and proportions and offer guidelines for different types of cabinetry in your project. This course also focuses on entablatures, which is a classical term referring to the area consisting of a series of mouldings, usually found above the column and capital. Entablatures can range from very simple to very elaborate. By understanding and identify the anatomy of an entablature, the designer will be able to adapt cabinetry design to fit the clients’ needs. While understanding the concepts is important, this course delves deeper into explaining how you can adapt the concepts to fit your design needs.
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