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MIEN DESIGN STUDIO LAUNCH

MIEN is a design studio for freelance creative professionals created by Bomax Architects which launched last Thursday, 2nd August.

The brand new MIEN Design Studio is a creative studio specialising in interior design, spatial planning, products and other creative services.

MIEN offers both turnkey interior services and a collaborative platform for selected freelance professionals to work in a symbiotic environment.

 

Mien is a work space for creatives to operate with like minded people. We are currently reviewing applications to join the space, so please get in contact if you are interested.

 

If you are a designer or creative either looking to collaborate, or looking for a space to house your business, Mien Design Studio will suit your needs.
We are currently looking for tenants with one of the following specialties:

          Spatial Planning

          Interior Design

          Product Design

          Photography

          Rendering / 3D Visualisation

          Web Design

          Graphic Design

          Social media / marketing

 

The launch saw many of Bomax’s clients, suppliers, friends and family for an event in collaboration with Everard Read Gallery and Krone MCC.

Visit us on Facebook for the whole album! www.facebook.com/miendesignstudio

Find us at www.mien.co.za for more information and come and visit us at 27 Pepper Street for a coffee and a walk through to see the space.

Email Tyla at info@mien.co.za to set up a meeting.

 

How Important is Symmetry in Architecture?

Architectural history shows the formality of symmetry in a predictable and easy to understand way by creating a mirror image on an axis. Symmetry is a method of achieving order in design. Our understanding of design has progressed, we are subliminally aware that we do not have to be symmetrical, but ‘balance’ is essential.

 

An architectural design can be be completely asymmetrical yet still ‘balanced’ through the careful composition of positive and negative forms.

Achieving balance in architecture involves all aspects of design such as form, colour, texture and materials and is a skill that is not easy learnt or understood. A balanced composition can be evaluated simply by the feeling it evokes, it feels right. The design may have focal points but these would complement the design not distract you from the harmony of the whole.

 

Unbalance creates tension and elements may feel distracting. The more asymmetrical a composition has the more complex the balance requirements become. Evaluating balance in design uses senses which are not easily understood. i feel the potential of these senses are only fully realised when on site and creating balance in architecture is the fundamental essence of great design.

 

 

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