History of Interior Design

ISBN-10: 0471356662
ISBN-13: 9780471356660
Edition: 2001
Authors: John Pile
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Book details

List price: $75.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/10/2000
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 400
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.630
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgments
Prehistory to Early Civilizations
Prehistoric Interiors
Archeological Evidence
The First Shelters
Dolmens and Barrows
Evidence from Tribal Cultures
Pattern and Design
The First Permanent Settlements
Mesopotamia: Sumeria
Ancient Egypt
Geometry and Proportion
Egyptian Temples and Houses
Egyptian Furniture and Other Interior Furnishings
Classical Civilizations: Greece and Rome
Minoan and Mycenaean Cultures
Knossos
Mycenae and Tiryns
Greece
The Temple
Secular Interiors
Insights: The Growth of Athens
Rome
Arches, Vaults, and Domes
Amphitheaters and Baths
Temples
Secular Buildings
Insights: The Cost of Living in Ancient Rome
Furniture and Other Interior Furnishings
The Legacy of Rome: Technology
Early Christian, Byzantine, and Romanesque
Early Christian Design
Byzantine Design
Insights: The Ravenna Mosaics
Ravenna
Hagia Sophia
Secular Buildings
Early Medieval: The "Dark Ages"
The Romanesque Style
Churches
Germany
Italy
France
England
Scandinavia
Fortresses and Castles
Monasteries and Abbeys
Insights: The Abbey at Cluny
Houses
Furniture and Other Interior Furnishings
Islamic Influence
The Mosque
Moorish Elements in Spanish Romanesque
The Later Middle Ages
Elements of Gothic Style
New Construction Techniques
Gothic Cathedrals and Churches
France
England
Elsewhere in Europe
Secular Gothic Buildings
Insights: Construction Work in a Medieval Building
Castles and Palaces
Medieval Houses
Innovations in Domestic Comfort
The Renaissance in Italy
The Rise of Humanism
Renaissance Interest in History
Elements of Renaissance Style
The Early Renaissance
Brunelleschi
Michelozzo
Alberti
The High Renaissance
Bramante
Palaces
Insights: Vasari's Account of The Farnese Palace
The Late Renaissance and Mannerism
Michelangelo
Romano
Palladio
Vignola
Interior Furnishings
Furniture
Coverings
Baroque and Rococo in Italy and Northern Europe
Elements of Baroque Style
The Baroque in Italy
Rome
Bernini
Borromini
Venice
Longhena
Turin
Guarini
Juvarra
Baroque in Northern Europe
Austria
Switzerland
Germany
Furniture and Other Interior Features
Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo in France and Spain
France
Early Renaissance
High Renaissance
Baroque
Versailles
Insights: Louis XIV and Versailles
Louvre
Baroque Churches
Furniture and Furnishings
Regency to Rococo
Paris Hotels
The Petit Trianon
Regency and Rococo Furniture
Rococo to Neoclassicism
The Empire Style
Insights: The Empire Style
Provincial Style
Spain
Plateresco
Desornamentado
Churrigueresco
Furniture and Other Interior Features
Renaissance to Georgian in The Low Countries and England
Low Countries
Civic Buildings
Private Dwellings
England
Tudor
Elizabethan
Elizabethan Furniture
Jacobean
Jones
Jacobean Interior Furnishings
From Carolean to William and Mary
Wren
Carolean and William and Mary Interior Furnishings
Queen Anne
Queen Anne Furniture
Georgian
Robert and James Adam
Insights: Robert Adam and Syon House
Georgian Town Houses
Other Building Types
Georgian Furniture and Interior Furnishings
Colonial and Federal America
Colonial Styles in Latin America
Colonial Styles in North America
Early Colonial Houses
Early Colonial Furniture and Interior Furnishings
Churches and Meeting Houses
American Georgian
American Georgian Houses
American Georgian and Queen Anne Furniture
Late Colonial Public Buildings
Federal Styles
Jefferson
Bulfinch
Thornton and Latrobe
Furniture of the Federal Period
Other Furnishings of the Federal Period
The Regency, Revivals, and Industrial Revolution
Regency
Nash
Soane
Regency Furniture
Revivals
Greek Revival
Germany
England
United States
Gothic Revival
United States
England
The Industrial Revolution
Early Industrialization and Inventions
Industry and Interiors
Iron and Glass
England: Paxton
Insights: The Public's Perception of Crystal Palace
France: Labrouste, Baltard, and Eiffel
The Victorian Era
The Roots of Victorian Style
Britain
Mansions
Middle-class Houses and Public Buildings
Shaw and the Queen Anne Revival
United States: Victorian Variations
Mansions
Vernacular House Styles
Shingle Style
Adirondack Style
Shaker Design
Insights: The Shaker Philosophy
Early Skyscrapers
Public Buildings
Furness
Furniture and Other Interior Furnishings
The Aesthetic Movements
Britain: Arts and Crafts
Ruskin and the Roots of Arts and Crafts
Morris
Webb
Other British Designers
Insights: Rossetti and the Aesthetic House
Links to Modernism
Voysey
Mackmurdo
Mackintosh
United States: The Craftsman Movement
Stickley and the Roycrofters
Bradley
Richardson
Greene and Green and Maybeck
Developments in Continental Europe
Germany: Muthesius
The Netherlands: Berlage
Art Nouveau and the Vienna Secession
Roots and Characteristics of Art Nouveau
Belgium
Horta
Insights: Victor Horta and Art Nouveau
Van de Velde
France
The School of Nancy
Guimard
Other French Designers
Spain
Gaudi
Germany: Jugendstil
Endell
Riemerschmidt and Behrens
Scandinavia
Austria: The Vienna Secession
Olbrich
Wagner
Insights: Otto Wagner and "Modern Architecture"
Hoffmann
Loos
United States
Tiffany
Sullivan
Eclecticism
The Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris
United States
Key Architects and Designers
Hunt
McKim, Mead, and White
Public Buildings
Early Skyscrapers
The Rise of the Interior Decorator
De Wolfe
Wood
McMillen
Other American Decorators
Eclecticism in Professional Practice
Saarinen and Cranbrook Academy
Stripped Classicism
Eclecticism for the Masses
Houses and Apartments
Furniture and Accessories
Movie Theaters
Europe
Scandinavia
Britain
Lutyens
Insights: Sir Edwin Lutyens and the Viceroy's House in New Delhi
Ocean Liners
The Spread of Eclecticism
The Emergence of Modernism
Frank Lloyd Wright
The Early Commissions
Insights: The Philosophy of Frank Lloyd Wright
De Stijl
Mondrian and van Doesburg
Rietveld
Pioneers of the International Style
Gropius and the Bauhaus
Mies van der Rohe
Work of the 1920s and 1930s
Insights: Mies van der Rohe: the Tugendhat House
Emigration to the United States
Later Commissions
Le Corbusier
Paris: Developing the Machine Aesthetic
Early Houses, Villas, and Apartments
Insights: The Philosophy of Le Corbusier
Town Planning
Post-War Years
Late Commissions
Aalto
Insights: The Vision of Alvar Aalto
Art Deco and Industrial Design
Art Deco
France
Furniture Designers
Textile Design
Ocean Liners
United States
Designers from Europe
Deco Architecture
Britain
Scandinavia
Industrial Design
Loewy and Other Designers
Design Training
Residential Design
Kitchens and Bathrooms
Lighting
Textiles, Carpets, and Furniture
The Spread of Early Modernism in Europe
The Netherlands
Germany and Austria
Italy
Switzerland
France
Scandinavia
England
Modernism in America
Architects and Designers
Gill
Wright: 1920s and 1930s
Schindler and Neutra
Lescaze
Goodwin and Stone
Gropius and Breuer
Mies van der Rohe
Johnson
Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill
Eero Saarinen
Interior Decoration: The Reaction to Modernism
Furniture and other Interior Furnishings
Knoll
Herman Miller Furniture Company
The Ascendency of Modernism
Italy
Insights: Gio Ponte: Pirelli Tower
Scandinavia
France
Germany
The Netherlands
Britain
United States
Urban Office Buildings
Office Planning
Office Furniture
Interior Designers
Furniture and Other Interior Furnishings
Textiles
Late Twentieth-Century Design
Prophets of Future Design
Kahn
Pelli
High-tech
Fuller
Insights: Rogers and Piano and the Centre Pompidou
Rogers and Piano
Foster
Stirling
Insights: James Stirling
Post-modernism
Venturi and Scott Brown
Graves
Johnson
Post-modernism in Europe
The Revival of Tradition
Greenberg
Stern
Late Modernism
Pei
Gwathmey and Meier
Individual Stylists
Starck
Putman
Deconstructivism
Eisenman
Gehry
Other Trends
East-West Crossovers
Preservation
Green Buildings
Glossary
Bibliography
Picture Credits
Index

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