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Geometric Magic: Set a Dynamic Scene with Shapes and Patterns

These unique accents can be transformed into a visual language that leads the transition of space

A geometric language is composed of points, lines, surfaces, forms, shapes and angles, and can be sharp corners or smooth arcs. These seemingly simple shapes are easy to recognize and impress, and not only strengthen spatial lines, highlight a sense of hierarchy, and bring visual impact and inner emotions to the viewers. Circular or curved designs that symbolise infinity, unity, and harmony can enhance concentration and cohesion, and help viewers recognize the curvilinear beauty of a space in a direct, clear way. Square elements represent solidity, order and equality, helping to reflect an atmosphere of order and simplicity. Angled geometric figures, such as triangles and other basic geometric figures, imply confidence and dynamics, with distinct and modern visual tension, while piecing together a pleasing decorative effect. For many architects and designers, the interspersion of these unique shapes and patterns can be transformed into a visual language that leads the transition of space, enabling orderly planning. Please contact us at Lusso Design to learn more about our professional services in design and decor.


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