In the Branded Environments class, we were to explored a branded environment that was not focused on the sales of goods or services. The instructor loosely defined a branded environment as an experiential design, with intent to manipulate (not necessarily in a bad way). In my mind, the prototype of that definition would be a church. Fortunately, I have a Gothic church right across the street.
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This was from my History of Decorative Arts Class. After researching about a particular Tiffany Lamp, I was to build a room based on the period from when the lamp was designed. A Tiffany Lamp was equally appropriate in an Arts and Crafts room or a Art Nouveau one....I chose the former.
Tiffany lamps remain a success because of both the design and the craftsmanship. While clearly a product of the Art Nouveau, the integration of lampshade and base and the use of harmonious colors make the designs enduringly popularRead More