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rhythm is the result of repetition; three rhythmic devices include: 1) the duplication of the same form 2) two forms used alternately; and 3) the sequential change of a form (large to small, for example.)

rhythm is the result of repetition; three rhythmic devices include: 1) the duplication of the same form 2) two forms used alternately; and 3) the sequential change of a form (large to small, for example.)

Inside Scoop: 7 NYC Places to Eat, Shop, Play, or Sleep

Inside Scoop: 7 NYC Places to Eat, Shop, Play, or Sleep

Store interior design for the fashion designer Julien David. materials : floor: concrete, white paint wall: grooved plaster furniture: vibrated aluminum, cellular concrete block, glass plant: Cyperus alternifolius “papyrus” lighting: Filex directional LED spot, fluorescent tube

Store interior design for the fashion designer Julien David. materials : floor: concrete, white paint wall: grooved plaster furniture: vibrated aluminum, cellular concrete block, glass plant: Cyperus alternifolius “papyrus” lighting: Filex directional LED spot, fluorescent tube

Louis Vuitton, Hong Kong

Louis Vuitton, Hong Kong

Dleet store by Ontology studio, Taoyuan – Taiwan » Retail Design Blog

Dleet store by Ontology studio, Taoyuan – Taiwan » Retail Design Blog

Tema shop

Tema shop

Mouli Store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

Mouli Store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

Retail Design | display tables | Mouli Store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

Retail Design | display tables | Mouli Store by Guise, Stockholm – Sweden

Garments and accessories are sparingly displayed in a three-dimensional grid of white steel cubes at this boutique in Osaka by NI Architects

Garments and accessories are sparingly displayed in a three-dimensional grid of white steel cubes at this boutique in Osaka by NI Architects

Garments and accessories are sparingly displayed in a three-dimensional grid of white steel cubes at this boutique in Osaka by NI Architects

Garments and accessories are sparingly displayed in a three-dimensional grid of white steel cubes at this boutique in Osaka by NI Architects