Set design (SD) is an extremely important element of the Final
Production Design (FPD).
The placement, color, size, structure, of the furniture, etc
depends on the SD.
We have chosen to design- ground plan, oblique design and
We have generated scales and color coded the designs to
enhance the quality of work.
In the act one, the stage is a bare one. There are several tables and chairs that are
scattered over at the back part of the stage leaving the front part for the characters to act.
-Madame Pace’s shop
The set in the second act is Madame Pace’s shop. The set which we planned was
basically a very rich and a royal one suiting Madame Pace’s personality. We designed a
table which had a colour scheme of gold and black. We also designed chairs which looked
very fancy and rich.
Act three is situated in a garden. Thus we have generated a design which consisted of a
bunch of plants and a fountain.
Chair- Antique, rustic maroon, faded brown and
Table- Antique, rustic maroon, faded brown and
Plant(s)- Simple green leaves, brown
mud, black pots.
Fountain- Simple transparent water, ivory white