Learning about scale and proportion, students in Mrs. Alisa Sirat’s Interior Design class compare the the size of humans to the size of inanimate objects.
After talking to each other about the project, sophomores Lindsay Lopez and Sarai Diaz discuss the next steps they will take. "I would love to do more projects like this in the future because it taught me a lot about what not to do while designing," Lopez said.
Freshman Lucas Nikilic was given magazines to look through for the mini project. Once finished with the cutouts, Nikilic compared and contrasted the objects. "This activity is really helpful because it allows me to cut out whatever I want and learn how to scale it down to a correct size and mix and match items," Nikilic said.
While cutting out pieces for her notebook, freshmen Bailey Deresz and Jade Gilbert think about how to the notebook set up. "My favorite part about this would be trying to find proportion," Deresz said. "This is because I don't want to make the same mistake later on when we have to do an actual project using scale and proportion."
In order to learn about scale and proportion, freshman Haleigh Halsey cuts things out of a magazine to glue down in her notebook. Scale and proportion shows the relationship of an object to a human.
Freshman Noelani Sarte-Saad holds a magazine up to show her peers the types of things she was cutting out. "One thing that I really enjoyed doing was looking at all of the pictures while doing my work," Saad said.