Exhibition design is the process of developing an exhibit-from a concept through to a physical, three-dimensional exhibition. It is a continually evolving field, drawing on innovative, creative and practical solutions to the challenge of developing communicative environments that 'tell a story' in a three-dimensional space.
Exhibit designers (or exhibition designers) use a wide range of technologies and techniques to develop experiences that will resonate with diverse audiences-enabling these targeted audiences to access the messages, stories and objects of an exhibit. There are many different types of exhibit, ranging from museum exhibitions, to retail and trades show spaces, to themed attractions, zoos and visitor centers. All types of exhibits aim to communicate a message through engaging their audiences in meaningful and compelling interactions. Exhibition Design in different parts of the world is influenced by the local culture as well as the availability of materials.
A green Interior is a type of interior designed to be environmentally friendly and sustainable, while also focusing on the efficient use of "energy, water, and building materials."
Sustainable design (also called environmental design, environmentally sustainable design, environmentally conscious design, etc.) is the philosophy of designing physical objects, the built environment, and services to comply with the principles of social, economic, and ecological sustainability.
The intention of sustainable design is to "eliminate negative environmental impact completely through skillful, sensitive design". Manifestations of sustainable design require none-renewable resources, impact the environment minimally, and connect people with the natural environment.
Beyond the "elimination of negative environmental impact", sustainable design must create projects that are meaningful innovations that can shift behavior. A dynamic balance between economy and society, intended to generate long-term relationships between user and object/service and finally to be respectful and mindful of the environmental and social differences.
Architectural rendering ,or architectural illustration , is the art of creating two-dimensional images or animations showing the attributes of a proposed architectural design. Images that are generated by a computer using three-dimensional modeling software or other computer software for presentation purposes are commonly termed 'Computer Generated Renderings'. Rendering techniques vary. Some methods create simple flat images or images with basic shadows. A popular technique uses sophisticated software to approximate accurate lighting and materials. This technique is often referred to as a 'Photo Real' rendering. Renderings are usually created for presentation, marketing and design analysis purposes.
Vastu shastra is an ancient doctrine which consists of precepts born out of a traditional Hindu view about cosmos and how the laws of nature affect human dwellings. The designs are based on integrating architecture with nature and ancient Indian beliefs utilizing perfect geometric patterns (yantra), symmetry and directional alignments.
Ancient Vastu Sastras discuss design of Mandir (temples), and include chapters on the principles, design and layout of houses, towns and cities.