Interior Design Personalization

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Knowledge of design basics is the key to the successful planning and implementation of any interior design project. The elements and principles of design would create general and universal ideas which apply to every aspect of design. Once designers understand how people perceive and react to their environments, they can use the elements and principles of design to form a whole composition. A design is created with these elements; light, form, color, shape, space, texture. They can be elements that make up a painting, drawing and totally create any work of art. Also a successful interior design, as an important part of human’s life would be the result of combination and cooperation of these components. The purpose of this study is to identify…show more content…
The literature reveals that personalization has a positive effect on employees’ productivity, and the same assumption is being tested in this study for the offices. The area chosen is architect’s offices in Iran and India. The study will be based on primary data collected through a structured questionnaire. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY The impact and significance of office interior design on employees’ satisfaction and productivity is addressed in this study. Satisfaction with the physical environment is related to how much the employee is allowed to personalize their work area. People seem to have a human need of personalization 1. Personalization has been not just limited to bring some family photos to work station or having few pots on shelves. It’s a broad concept could cover all the movable and fixed elements in the spaces. In the context of Iran and India, Very few researches can be found in the field of interior design, which attempt to improve the quality of design with respect to personalization in work environment. This huge gap needs to be filled by new research…show more content…
Employee’s convenience straight impacts essential predictors of functional performance, such as performance, job fulfillment, preservation, well-being, and at its most beginning, of course, employee wellness. Most people can recognize the comfort when they feel it, but they tend to describe the feeling in similes and metaphors, as like lying in bed on a rainy day with nowhere to go. Comfort is a slick idea, having avoided water tight and worldwide meaning for many decades in professions, such as medical, that are all about providing
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