RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 6 Area: Sociology

Duaa Majed JABER & Faten Abas ALASADI
The study has completed (the role of formal acclimatization and activation of motion flow in the design of internal spaces), where the first chapter included the research problem that was identified by the following question: What is the formal adaptation of a design for internal spaces and what is the flow of movement in the design of internal spaces? , While the limits of the research were represented in the study of formal acclimatization through the manifestations and role of movement and flow in designing the internal spaces of student clubs in the colleges of the University of Babylon for the year 2016-2018. While the second chapter included previous studies and their discussion, with defining the theoretical framework within two topics: The first topic: specializing in the concept of adaptation in general. The second topic: includes the concept of movement in interior design. While the third chapter included: Research procedures and methodology, as the descriptive approach was adopted in the analysis, and the intentional sample of the research study models was chosen from the original research community. The fourth chapter also relied on a set of results reached by the research study, the most important of which were: Relative verification of what acclimatization constituted the main interface in all the research model despite the verification of the morphological diversity in the middle and lateral display sites. As for the most important conclusions, it emerged through the follow-up of a repeated formal system at the level of parts in most of the internal spaces of student clubs, which establishes a visual and mental stored scene in the presence of the recipient, and is a monotonous formal single at the macro level, as well as the research study included recommendations, proposals, and access to the list of Arab sources And foreign.

Keywords: Acclimatization, The Shape, The Movement, Interior Space.

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