Elements of Design with Gelotte Hommas: Part II

In our last post, we discussed the first three elements of design that go into every Gelotte Hommas project. Throughout this post, you will learn the second half of those elements and how Gelotte Hommas succeeds at exemplifying them in every project. Take a look at the other three elements of design that are executed in every Gelotte Hommas project:

This beautiful space executes the design element of light by being designed to take in the most afternoon sun.

This beautiful space executes the design element of light by being designed to take in the most afternoon sun.

  • Light: Taking control of light and how it effects spaces is a specialty of Gelotte Hommas. Whether it’s daytime or nighttime, light is constantly playing into an area and should be carefully considered when planning out projects. Designing spaces to play up natural light as well as using lighting techniques to highlight your home after the sun goes down are considerations Gelotte Hommas always pays attention to.
  • Place: Being considerate of the atmosphere surrounding your home or other space should always play a large role in the planning process. While you do want your home or space to be a sort of haven from the rest of the world, you also want it to blend nicely with the environment surrounding it. Gelotte Hommas pays close attention to the exterior as well as the interior of a home or space to ensure that it all comes together as one whole piece.
  • Materials: Last, but certainly not least, are the materials. The idea of materials should not be thought of in a construction sort of way, but more as a vehicle in which beauty, form, light, rhythm and place are all delivered through.
Rest assured that when you work with Gelotte Hommas, all of the important aspects of design will not only put taken into consideration, but will shine through in your final project. Contact Gelotte Hommas today to learn more about beginning a new design project.
Photo from Gelotte Hommas

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