The Position of Windows, Doors, and Furnishing in the Room

The positioning of windows, doors, and furnishings can give a room different spatial appearances.

the positioning of windows, doors, and furnishings can give a room different spatial appearances

→① The position of the door, windows and furniture make the room will feel long and narrow.

→② The position of the windows, doors and furniture make it seem shorter with the bed across the room, or the table under the window.

→③ with windows opposite the door and appropriate furniture, the room seems more wide than deep.

 

This ‘the position of windows, doors and furnishing in the room’ is taken from the book Architects’ Data written by Ernst and Peter Neufert, whereas this book has become the guideline for architecture college students in the world.

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