The ambience is the key to achieve the desired results. An institute is a place of learning and should be designed in a way that encourages learning. Designs are created to acknowledge the social context of the building. It’s important that your interior connects with your audience. If it’s not relevant to your audience or they are unable to find connection with the same, it will not serve your purpose. It is must that different department and their rooms be coherent so that it forms a meaning overall. To understand it in a better way, chemistry department can’t be designed in a way economics department is designed but overall there should be coherence between them. This can be achieved by using colour, texture and pattern which is in resemblance with each other. Symmetry is a great way achieving it but can also be achieved by asymmetrical and radial design provided the transition of elements is smooth and flawless.
While designing the interior of an institute, it should be kept in mind that the use of bright colours should be minimalistic, and the décor should be informative. There should be a message behind the design which can be easily conveyed to the students. The space planning and management should be carefully done for the accommodation of the people attending the institute.