KISS is a design principle that was originally coined by the U.S. Navy in 1960. An acronym that stands for Keep It Simple Stupid. The theory stems from the idea that most things in life work at their best when the design is kept simple instead of complex.
For KISS design & Co, we utilize the KISS principle and apply it to designing homes, businesses and retail spaces. We will show you ways to keep your designs simple while improving the overall function of the room.
Space Relations: Looking at how people of all types use the space and move through it.
Visual Presentation: Whether it is a painting over top of a couch or a wall display of clothing, attracting the eye has the same principles.
Coherent Design: When designing a home, you want the rooms to flow together. Retail is the same – from the window displays to the entrance right back to your cash desk.
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So lets keep it simple s____… and start designing!