“The mathematical sciences particularly exhibit order,symmetry and limitation; and these are the greatest forms of the beautiful” - Aristotle
Mathematics is a subject not easily associated with interior design, especially once the bothersome, formidable entrance exams, where maths is a prerequisite subject, are over. But once you start looking closely, math is all about ratio and proportion and what is architecture and design if not that? Rational spacing, precision, the right ratio of length, breadth and height of a space- all contributes in creating the perfect scale and perception.
We as Architects have to constantly keep abreast of the changes in the world and its impact on where and how we work. There is currently a big phase of transformation in the way challenges are addressed when it comes to the conceptualisation and design of modern working environments.
Like we promised last month, we’ll be discussing a bit more in detail some of the trends that affect workspace design. Lets begin with openness and transparency as well as flexibility-all an integral part to the modern office design.
We briefly talked about the 5 trends in office design in our first blog and today we’ll elaborate on one of the most relevant ones. Sustainability and Green living as a whole has been much talked about in recent times as people are becoming more aware and cautious regarding it.
When I was asked if I could write some blogs for the Synergy website, I jumped at the opportunity excitedly...after all, I love writing in my journal, pride myself on being a grammarista and have written the occasional restaurant reviews. But when I got down to thinking of just the topics, it was a different ball game altogether.