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Designing Interiors

ISBN-10: 0030322332
ISBN-13: 9780030322334
Edition: 1992
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Book details

List price: $220.95
Copyright year: 1992
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 1/2/1992
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 672
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.498
Language: English

The Historical and Theoretical Bases of Design
Interior Design: An Introduction
Historical Overview
Before the Nineteenth Century
The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Decorating and Integrated Design
Interior Design as a Profession
The Interior Designer
Allied Professions
Professional Societies
Entering the Field of Interior Design
Academic Preparation
Work Experience and Apprenticeships
Career Opportunities
Licensing Interior Designers
The Origins of Design
The Meaning and Essence of Design
Originality in Design
Functional and Visual Design Concepts
The Development of Design
Context, Container, and Contents
Design and Style
Design History
Ancient Design
The Middle Ages
The Renaissance, 1400-1700
Baroque and Rococo, 1580-1760
Early American Architecture and Interiors
The Neoclassic Period and Other Revivals
The Victorian Era, 1830-1901
Non-European Architecture and Interiors
China
Japan
India
Pre-Hispanic America
The Evolution of Modern Design
New Technology--Innovative Design
Michael Thonet, 1796-1871
Shaker Furniture, 1747-1860
The Arts and Crafts Movement, 1860-1900
Art Nouveau, 1890-1905
The Vienna Secession Movement, 1897-1911
The Twentieth Century
Pioneers of Modernism
DeStijl, 1917-1931
Bauhaus, 1919-1933
International Style
Art Deco, 1925-1940
Modernism
Early Modernism, 1930-1950
Middle Modernism, 1950-1970
Reaction to Modernism
Late Modernism and Post Modernism, 1970-1990
Future Developments
The Basic Theories of Design Composition
Design Approaches
Structural Design
Decorative or Applied Design
Naturalistic Design
Organic Design
Geometric Design
Abstract Design
Metamorphic Design
The Elements of Design
Space
Line
Form
Shape
Texture
Time
The Principles of Design
Balance
Rhythm
Emphasis
Proportion
Scale
Unity and Harmony
Variety
Color and Light
How We See Color and Light
Light Sources
Modifiers of Light
Human Vision and Perception
Color Theory and Systems
Additive Method of Mixing Light
Subtractive Method of Mixing Light
Paint-Color Mixing
Color Properties
Color Systems
Color Schemes
Color Interaction
Psychology of Color
Color Perception
Color and Space
Color and Texture
Color Distribution
Color Application in Interiors
Offices
Educational Facilities
Medical Facilities
Restaurants
Retail
Industry
Communicating Color Decisions
Color Samples
Sample Boards
Presentations
Planning Residential and Commercial Spaces
Design as a Process
The Design Process: The Sequential Steps
Commit (Accept the Problem)
State (Define the Problem)
Collect (Gather the Facts)
Analyze
Ideate
Choose (Select the Best Option)
Implement (Take Action)
Evaluate (Critically Review)
Programming Interior Spaces
Values in Programming
The Programming Process--the Sequential Steps
Establish the Goals
Gather and Analyze Facts
Specify Needs
Evaluate
Organize and Decide
Present Conclusions
Space Planning of Residential Interiors
Introduction to Space Planning
Space Planners and Interior Design
Categories of Interior Spaces
Planning Residential Spaces
Planning Guidelines
Space Organization
Closed Planning
Open Planning
Interior Zoning
Group/Social Spaces
Private Zones
Support/Service Areas
Transitional Spaces and Circulation
Ancillary Spaces
Special Housing Types
Accessibility and Adaptable Housing
Housing for the Elderly
Space Planning of Commercial Interiors
Office Design
Historical Development
Spatial Organization
Typical Office Areas
Financial Institutions
Spatial Organization
Retail Design
Spatial Organization
Hospitality Design
Restaurants
Hotels, Motels, and Inns
Healthcare Design
Institutional, Public, Government and Other Facilities
Schools, Colleges, and University
Public and Government
Recreational, Industrial, and Transportation
Specialized Interiors
The Exterior and Interior Environments
Environmental Concerns, Codes, and Regulations
The Total Environment: Influence on Interiors
Environmental Planning
Land Use and Development
Urban Planning
Cluster Planning
Specialized Planning
Zoning
Form Determinants for Buildings
Site Planning
Site Analysis
Building Siting and Design
Building Codes
Building Codes and Interiors
Fire Resistance, Safety, and Fire Protection
Barrier-Free Access
General Guidelines
Historic Preservation, Restoration, and Adaptive Reuse
Background
Landmarks: Districts and Buildings
Historic Buildings and Interiors
Interior Environmental Control and Support Systems
Climate Control and Energy Conservation
The Human Comfort Zone
Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning of Interiors
Solar Energy and Interiors
Methods of Solar Heating and Cooling
Electrical Systems for Buildings
Electrical Theory and Terminology
Distribution of Electricity
Interior Wiring
Specialized Electrical and Communication Systems
Water Use in Buildings
Cold- and Hot-Water Distribution
Domestic Use of Water
Sanitary Drainage Systems
Fire Protection Systems
Mechanical Conveying Systems
Elevators and Escalators
Moving Ramps and People Movers
Acoustical Control
Lighting for Interiors
Natural Light
Controlling Daylight
Artificial Light
The Measurement of Light
Artificial Light Sources
Incandescent Lamps
Electric Discharge Sources
Color Appearance of Light
Lighting Needs and Application
Lighting for Special Groups
General or Ambient Lighting
Task Lighting

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