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Principles of Ergonomic Interior Design

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Principles of Ergonomic Interior Design

A good interior designer recognizes the link between design and ergonomics. They will use ergonomic principles in all of their designs, whether they are working with commercial or residential property. Ergonomics is a branch of science that studies how to bridge the gap that exists between humans and the environment in which we live.

When used in interior design, it simply aids in making the design more user-friendly. As a result, the area becomes more functional. You’ll notice an increase in productivity, as well as a safer environment for everyone in the structure. The following are the ergonomic interior design principles:

  1. Built-in customized furniture: Customizing a long built-in bench or window eliminates central clutter while also creating window space for seating or storage. Placing all of the furniture in the center of the room is what we usually do, but it can be stressful and take up a lot of space. Molding the window seat and creating curved support increases the ergonomic quotient, providing back and spine comfort.
  2. Light sources, air, and temperature are all things to consider: When deciding on seating areas, whether for relaxing or working and especially if it is a place where you or someone else will be spending a long time, light is an important consideration. Major light sources, such as windows, should never be located on your back or side. As a result, desks should always be placed in front of a window, and not just for lighting purposes.
  3. Low physical impact: The interior should be designed to minimize physical fatigue, which does not imply that one should be seated or lying on the sofa for as long as possible. However, objects that are frequently used should be placed in convenient locations, and heavy items should be kept in places where they cannot cause harm by falling and can be easily lifted.
  4. Addition of curved lines: Using curved lines to introduce ergonomic design into the living room is a clever way to do so. Curved lines are soothing, and every element can be chosen to mimic the cocoon effect and body cushioning for maximum comfort.

 

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