Decorative materials - including wall decoration materi […]
Decorative materials - including wall decoration materials, floor decoration materials, ceiling decoration materials and indoor equipment. Decorative materials often adhere to other building materials, especially structural materials, which can add patterns, colors, textures, etc. to the space.
The current development of materials science is the emergence of new materials, the renewal cycle is getting shorter and shorter, the use and classification are more and more staggered, and many materials are often composed of structural materials, as well as functional and decorative materials.
According to the specific use function, environmental conditions and use parts of the room, it should meet the specific requirements of waterproof, anti-skid, anti-corrosion, anti-impact, wear-resistant, noise suppression, heat insulation, flame retardant and reflective, light transmission, acid and alkali corrosion resistance. In addition, as a decorative material should have a certain strength and durability, should play a certain protective role on the building
Different materials play a role in human vision, touch and other senses, including material shape, color, texture, pattern and attributes such as light and heavy, cold and warm, soft and hard, which will cause different physiological and psychological reactions. The material selection should conform to human physiology. And psychological requirements. The atmosphere and atmosphere of the space environment depend to a large extent on the form and characteristics of the material. It includes not only the natural properties of the material itself, but also the artificial processing of the material and the appearance of the different forms of construction.
That is, the price of the material, the processability, and the ease of maintenance. As far as China's current consumption level is concerned, materials that are aesthetically pleasing, suitable, durable, and moderately priced still dominate the market for a long time to come.
As a designer, it is the responsibility of the designer to avoid the use of materials that are harmful to human health and potentially dangerous, such as stones containing higher radioactive elements, overly smooth materials, flammable and unacceptable or inferior materials that are prone to toxic gases. Work can be tested by environmental monitoring and quality inspection departments to protect the interests of owners and users. It should also consider the abundant sources of raw materials, avoid the use of rare animals and plants as materials, and avoid excessive energy consumption to maintain the balance and stability of the earth's ecology.