Design Standards


Design Standards

The information provided here in the style definitions is for the benefit of NSWFAA members. All designs are based on the definitions of the Australian Floral Art Association Manual.

The definitions and images are currently being updated. Please check back after 1 August 2019.

AbstractAssemblageBasic Modern
BiedermeierBotanicalBouquets
CascadeCascade - TraditionalClassical
CollageCombined Line MassComposit Exhibit or Niche
ContemporaryCreative LineCreative Mass
Creative Massed LineCrescentDecorative Structure
Design ON a PedestalDiagonalEuropean Influenced
Floor DesignFoliage DesignFormal Bowl
Formal LinearFormal Trough, Urn, ContainerFormal Vase
Free ExpressionFree FormFree Style
GarlandHand TiedHogarth Curve
HorizontalInverted CrescentKinetic - Mobile
Kinetic-StabileKinetic-StamobileLandscape
Landscape - VegetativeLine on LineMass
MinervaMiniatureModern Mass
Modern WallhangingNaturalisticNew Convention
New WaveParallel-DecorativeParallel-Formal
Parallel-GraphicParallel-InformalParallel-Intersecting
Parallel-VegetativePavePedestal
Period-1960sPeriod-1970sPeriod-1940s&1950s
Period-American ColonialPeriod-Art DecoPeriod-Art Nouveau / Edwardian
Period-BaroquePeriod-ByzantinePeriod-Chinese
Period-Dutch / FlemishPeriod-EgyptianPeriod- French Baroque Rococo
Period-GeorgianPeriod-GrecianPeriod-Italian Renaissance
Period-JapanesePeriod-RococoPeriod-Victorian
PetitePhoenixPlaque
PosyPot et FleurSculpture
Split LevelStackingStill Life-Modern
Still Life-TraditionalStrauss BouquetStructural
SwagTapestryTied Sheaf
TopiaryTussie MussieUnderwater
Vegetative DecorativeVegetative WreathVertical
VulcanWreath

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