TEXTURE & LIGHTING
OR WHY THE WORLD ISN’T PRETTY IN 1-D
Each element of design in a composition creates a certain vibration; these vibrations combine in a harmonious disposition that hopefully provokes pleasant sensations in an observer. When designing a room we deconstruct each space as a different layer, or plane and take advantage of corners, elevation and color to assimilate similar vibrations producing a stable and congenial environment.
Texture is the tactile sensation that emanates from any object, yet that we perceive through a secondary sense, sight. The importance of texture in design is depth it brings to any surface. Texture is created by how light hits, and reflects from an object; depth and field perception make the illusion of plane distance and density, providing heights, lows and resting points for our eyesight. Thus injecting emotion, dynamics and art into a final product.