Primary Elements Consist of : Points
It may describe a line that connects them.
It may suggest an axis and direction.
It may be viewed as a segment of a longer path.
A point indicates a position in space.
Points may also create an axis – a linear direction
A Line has length, but no width or depth.
It will link, join, surround or intersect other visual elements.
It describes the edges of a plane.
It articulate the surfaces of a plane.
A Line creates a extended point with length, direction and position.
A vertical linear element may locate points or commemorate significant events.
They can define a volume.
Conceptually has length and width but no depth.
Can have color, pattern and texture of the surface affect its visual weight.
Shape is the primary identifying characteristic of the plane .
It is formed by lines.
A Plane is an extended line with length and width, surface, shape and position.
A Ceiling is a plane.
A wall is a plane.
A floor is a plane.
Conceptually has length, width and depth.
All volumes consist of points, lines and edges.
A volume is an extended plane with length, width & depth – a 3d object
A volume from exterior to...
A volume interior.
Point Elements: Circle
A Circle in interior design.
Point Elements: Cylinder
A Circle and a sphere