Designers have long been warned to avoid “patterned” surfaces, such as the ornate arches of high-rise buildings, and avoid “stacked” surfaces.
But it’s a subtle rule that is often overlooked, says architecture historian and design critic John Raffaelli.
“It’s an old principle, it’s been around since the Victorian era,” he says.
They can then say: ‘This is how this surface is supposed to look’.””
A lot of designers don’t look at the whole surface, they just look at what the pattern is on the surfaces.
They can then say: ‘This is how this surface is supposed to look’.”
But if they look at a whole lot of surfaces, they’ll often have a different idea of what is a pattern and what is not.
“But the pattern on a surface is usually going to be the pattern that’s going to stay the same across a lot more surfaces.””
The border is the little white line, the lines that are going to get you to a certain point,” he explains.
“But the pattern on a surface is usually going to be the pattern that’s going to stay the same across a lot more surfaces.”
I think it’s important to remember that, as you can imagine, there’s a lot going on underneath the surface.
It’s going through the materials, through the construction process and through the building.
The importance of a pattern is also evident in a building with “stacks” of different materials and finishes. “
You’re not going to always be looking at patterns, but if you look at it, you’ll get the general idea of how that surface is going in relation to the underlying structure.”
The importance of a pattern is also evident in a building with “stacks” of different materials and finishes.
“Stacks” are very common in modern buildings, but Raffanelli says there are more subtle things that can affect a finished building, including the way the building is made.
Raffleen says a great example of this is the architectural coating industry, which has become increasingly focused on a few high-profile buildings. “
Because, I think, people are more interested in how they look now, than what they look like, and how they are going.”
Raffleen says a great example of this is the architectural coating industry, which has become increasingly focused on a few high-profile buildings.
“If you look across a whole range of architectural coatations, you will see stacks,” he points out.
But Raffalles advice isn’t limited to buildings. “
Whereas if you are looking at an office building, that will be a lot smaller.”
But Raffalles advice isn’t limited to buildings.
If you’re designing a house, a home or a restaurant, it is important to take into account all the different finishes, materials and colours that will make a home, Raffaines advice says.
“It’s important that you are taking into account how the building will stand on the inside.
You’re going have to take all those factors into account.”
Raffeaelli says the best way to make a building stand up is to take a look at all the materials used to construct it, and take a detailed look at how they’re going.
“When you’re talking about the inside of a house you’re taking into consideration how the exterior of the house will look, and you are going through all those materials,” he suggests.
“That’s why you’re seeing so many examples of the architectural coating industry.”
The problem is, there are lots of different ways to make an exterior look beautiful.
But there’s no way to create a house that is going be beautiful.
“This is a very important lesson, but it’s one that you can learn from all over the world, not just in architecture.”
“When a building is finished, you get to a point where it’s like a piece of art, you are creating the piece, but you are also creating the whole of the building, which is then then going into the building.”
Raffaanelli says you can get lost in the process of making the piece of architectural coating.
“You can look up the colour of the coatings, and all that stuff, but what you don’t realise is how that’s applied, how it’s bonded with the underlying materials,” Raffas says.
“It becomes a huge, huge process.
The whole of your work is a piece and a half.
You start with the design, and then you’re adding the finishes, then you start adding the interior.
It gets very, very complicated, and it takes a very long time.”