Luxury Branding – How it Gives Consumers a Feeling of High status Luxury goods are those products that people cannot afford to buy every day. This includes luxury items like jewelry, automobiles, boats, planes, yachts and luxury houses. In economics, a luxury item is a good whose demand increases proportionally to income, so that expenses… Continue reading Luxury Branding – How it Gives Consumers a Feeling of High status
A design is usually a blueprint or schematisation of an object, structure or system and/or for the practical execution of an act or process or the end result of this blueprint or schematisation in the form of a physical product, model or implement. The word ‘design’ is derived from the Greek word dystos which means… Continue reading Computer Software Designing
Architecture – An Introduction Architectural architecture is the product and the process of designing, planning, and building different structures or buildings. Architectural projects, in the conventional material form such as buildings, can be perceived as artistic works and as visual symbols. Architecture is used to refer to the result of a planning process, which may… Continue reading Architecture – An Introduction
Luxury items are items perceived to have a high monetary value. In economics, a luxury good would be a good that increases in price proportionately to income, so that expenses on the item become a higher proportion of overall personal spending. Economists define luxury as a good whose price increases with income-that is, it is… Continue reading What Are Luxuries?
Different Art Forms Within Design Design is one of the three major branches of arts, which is commonly known as the visual arts. A design is a definite blueprint or map for the construction or realization of a thing or system, or even the resultant of that blueprint or map in the form of some… Continue reading Different Art Forms Within Design
New Times for Architectural Design and Style Architectural architecture is the artistic process and the output of designing, planning, and building new structures. Architectural projects, in the conventional sense of the term, are usually perceived as manifestations of social works and as public works. The planning and execution of architectural projects include the selection of… Continue reading New Times for Architectural Design and Style
What Are Luxury Goods? Luxury goods are those goods that are perceived to have high market values and/or are perceived to be rare, special and therefore ‘elite’. In economics, a luxury commodity is a good whose demand increases more rapidly than proportionately to income, so that fixed expenses on the good become a higher proportion… Continue reading What Are Luxury Goods?
A design is actually a blueprint or description of an arrangement or structure or for the implementations of some specific act or procedure, or the outcome of that blueprint or description in the shape of some physical product, machine or process. Thus, the verb to design normally refers to the process of designing. It may… Continue reading Graphic Design Thinks – Types and Features
Architecture is the product and the process of designing, planning, and building structures or other physical structures. Architectural projects, in the most common material form of houses, are traditionally perceived to be works of architecture and as artistic works. As social indicators, the term architecture has been widely applied to both individual architectural creations and… Continue reading The Philosophy of Architecture
In economics, a luxury commodity is a good that increases in value more than proportionately to income, so that expenses on the luxury good become a smaller percentage of overall income. Examples of luxury goods include cars, computers, holidays, and designer clothing. The prices of luxury goods tend to rise faster than most other commodities.… Continue reading Why Luxury Branding Is So Valuable