Interior Detailing Concept to Construction

ISBN-10: 0470504978

ISBN-13: 9780470504970

Edition: 2010

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Interior Detailing provides interior designers and architects with a unique collection of interior details and material information; connecting the realms of design technical detailing that are typically treated separately. The book, which includes 150 easy to understand details, shows how to logically think through the design and development of an assembly so it conforms to the designer's intent and meets practical requirements of good construction.
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Book details

List price: $75.00
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 10/15/2010
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 304
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.354
Language: English

List of Tables
List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
How SI units are used in this book
Roadmap to solving detailing problems
The design/detailing process
Introduction
What is detailing
Detailing as a wicked problem
The drawing-thinking-drawing cycle
Process tools and techniques
Process tools
Practical tips
Detailing components and process
The four aspects of detailing
The detailing process
Example
Three purposes of a detail
Contributes to design concept--elements and principles of design
Resolves problems of connection or transition
Coordinates with adjacent construction
Programmatic concepts vs. design concepts
Constraints
Introduction
Substrates and adjacent construction
Substrate material
Substrate condition
Substrate size and position
Substrate space
Regulatory requirements
Fire tests for finish materials
Fire tests for construction materials
Budget
Time
Climate
Local labor conditions and trade practices
Industry standards
Materials
Aesthetic qualities
Function
Safety and health
Durability
Maintainability
Cost and delivery time
Function
Concealment and finish
Covering substrates
Covering joints and connections
Hiding mechanical, electrical and other services
Human fit/object fit
Safety: protection from accidental harm
Security: protection from intentional harm
Sustainability
Change and Relocatability
Fire resistance
Acoustic control
Noise control and reverberation
Transmission control
Vibration and impact noise control
Moisture/water resistance
Constructibility
Introduction
Structural requirements
Basic concepts of structure
Use simple direct bearing connections whenever possible
Incorporate beam action
Use the simplest connections possible
Use redundant connections or bearing when required
Use structural connections approved by the manufacturer
Use removable connections for reuse potential
Connections
Use the appropriate method for rigid connections
Determine moveable connection type based on use
Minimize number and types of connections
Make connections accessible
Movement
Use acclimated materials
Use relieved backs on wood
Use control joints
Provide expansion joints
Use sliding/overlapping joints
Use slip joints
Use building expansion joints
Provide clear space
Tolerances
Provide shim space
Provide scribe
Use reveals
Use offsets
Use filler strips
Use sliding or overlapping joints
Use adjustable connections
Give adequate clearance and incorporate intermediate attachments
Clearances
Allow space for working and assembly
Provide space for installation of pieces
Allow for tolerances
Durability
Self-durable
Applied protection
Maintainability
Cleanability
Adjustability
Repair and replacement
Construction process
Number of parts
Sequence
Trade division of labor
Off-shelf vs. Custom parts
Shop vs. field-fabricated
Elements
Dividing space--permanent
Introduction
Element concepts
Function
Constraints
Coordination
Methods
Planar
Panelized
Barriers with openings
Translucent
Partial height
Dividing and creating space with temporary barriers
Introduction
Element concepts
Function
Constraints
Coordination
Methods
Full height
Partial height
Overhead limits--ceilings
Introduction
Element concepts
Function
Constraints
Coordination
Sprinkler spacing
HVAC coordination
Tolerance coordination
Methods
Closed
Open
The ground plane--floors, stairs, and ramps
Introduction
Element concepts
Flooring
Stairs
Ramps
Function
Constraints
Fire resistance of floor finishes
Fire resistance of structural components
Slip resistance and tripping
Accessibility
Code requirements
Coordination
Tolerance coordination
Light reflectance and acoustic coordination
Methods
Flooring
Handrails, guards, and stairways
Spatial connection--openings, doors, and glazing
Introduction
Element concepts
Openings
Doors
Glazing
Window coverings
Function
Constraints
Coordination
Methods
Doors
Glazed openings
Window coverings
Transitions
Wall transitions
Introduction
Connections of major elements
Wall to floor
Standard bases
Featured bases
Component bases
Wall to ceiling
Standard ceiling transitions
Structural transitions
Planar transitions
Planar transitions
Partition to Partition
In-plane transitions
Plain offsets
Interrupted offsets
Floor to floor
In-plane transitions
Plain offset floors
Interrupted offset
Ceiling to ceiling
In-plane transitions
Offset transitions
Structural transitions
Introduction
Columns
Column to ceiling transitions
Column to floor transitions
Column to beam transitions
Beams
Beam to partition transitions
Beam to ceiling transitions
Beam to beam transitions
Suspended objects
Resources
Industry standards for interior materials and products
Index
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