What's the difference between interior architecture and interior design? Is it relatively the same thing?
I think interior design is more arts-related, more like..aesthetic and interior architecture is for example, where you’d put a wall, spaces, etc. Interior designers can pretty much make places pretty and even though they can suggest moving a wall (or any space, for that matter), they can’t do architectural plans to get approved by the bureau.
Hopefully, I’m right, haha. I’m pretty sure you could google something (I’m really lazy right now, sorry) to prove that, but I think I might be right. Might. Plus, I’m pretty sure interior architects require higher learning than interior designers?
The fact is that nothing will ever be okay. There are to many varying views and opinions on things per human. The world will always be a mess so long as humans live on it. All in terms of design, architecture, and style of course. This has its pros though. Living in a world with so many ideas can allow a person to express their ideas by what they wear, where they live, and how they present themselves. Furthermore, if we begin to lean towards the same thing, it can become a mess, like now.
I don't like it. There is no coherency, balance, and it looks as if a giant six year old boy played with gray legos an placed in a post mercantile neighborhood. I believe that design is stuck in awkward range of people attempting to be progress and people who are stuck in the past.
Hm, I didn’t look at it that way. It’s…strange. I would’ve loved just an aluminum cube with three big square-shaped windows more, but.. idk. I like different.