In design, there is great importance placed on space. This space, conceived as having a reasonable magnitude separating two elements, and leaving out any conception regarding anything between them, this is termed as distance, and if it is further conceived in terms of latitude, longitude, and density, it can also be termed as capacity, or extension.
Art can abide in the observation of the harmony or disharmony of design. Where harmony or disharmony is observed, almost instantly on its own accord, and apart from the intercession or assistance of anyone else, at that point the awareness of it becomes truly magnificent.
Consciousness motivates the illumination of design when it begins to energize the illumination of our observations. To inquire about the first occurrence of someone understanding a design is the same inquiry as to when someone motivates themselves to observe. Design and consciousness denote equivalent realities.
Design can be observed tangibly, as an activity of the mind and senses, which for the most part is represented imperfectly as it is observed by the person witnessing it. Design can also be observed objectively, where the element being observed already exists outside the realm of our consciousness, and is expressed in an already excellent way by its very nature.
Use of specific design ideas turn into the external evidence of our internal artistic knowledge, and this knowledge is accepted based on specific experiences. Every particular design is distinct, and the use for design is without limit based on its own intrinsic essence. Abstraction of these designs occur when the endless variety of ideas are fused together to represent an element in a very general way.
It is obvious to anyone who looks deeper into the realm of design, that design principles are either based on substantial observations made from the perception of our five senses, or they are observations received from our internal consciousness, such as our memories, and our imagination. It can be further deduced that our memories and imagination are brought into existence by the constant synthesis, separation, and loose portrayal of the originally observed information brought in from our senses.