Elements and Principles of Design (Form (All architectural buildings will…
Elements and Principles of Design
Ensuring that the space is used to its full potential and used correctly in placing each design and building.
Using colours that suit the school and space whilst also using colours that appeal to the students and staff.
Since the building will be based around a sports facility having a unique shape to the building and structural pieces outside of it can create more appeal and excite students to learn and spend their free time there.
Improving the exterior and interior features of the buildings and landscape. Having a variety of textured structures that can possibly be incorporated with learning spaces and seating areas.
Many tones are possible with this project as there will be multiple buildings and structures. Although considering this project is on school grounds and will be used by students its best to possibly consider vibrant colours that engage the students to learn.
All architectural buildings will have the same corresponding form.
Balance between the landscape and buildings, not over doing certain areas.
Building structures to hold shape an alignment throughout each design.
Ensuring that all buildings and designs/structures flow and create sufficient spaces between each building.
Having a structure that can show contrast between each area of design. E.g. Going outside having some structural design that can show an end to an area and the start of a new one.
Create consistency with building structures to align and look a part of the rest of the school. Without looking out of place.