Interiors: An Introduction / Edition 3

Interiors: An Introduction / Edition 3

by Karla J. Nielson, David A. Taylor
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0697389405

ISBN-13: 9780697389404

Pub. Date: 08/28/2001

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

Interiors: An Introduction,offers an introduction to the elements of residential and commercial interior design. Its purpose is to introduce the philosophy of interior design and to encourage an appreciation for fine design wherever and whenever it is found. To achieve this goal,the text presents timeless design principles and elements and their application to

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Interiors: An Introduction,offers an introduction to the elements of residential and commercial interior design. Its purpose is to introduce the philosophy of interior design and to encourage an appreciation for fine design wherever and whenever it is found. To achieve this goal,the text presents timeless design principles and elements and their application to interiors. In addition,the authors make the student aware of the numerous choices of materials,furnishings,and components that are used innterior design.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780697389404
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
08/28/2001
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
484

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: THE PROCESS AND PROFESSION OF DESIGN

INTERIOR DESIGN: A LIFETIME PURSUIT

THE PROCESS OF DESIGN

THE INTERIOR DESIGN PROFESSION

CHAPTER 2: SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS IN DESIGN

SUSTAINABILITY
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS

TWO DESIGN PROBLEMS

SPECIAL POPULATIONS

CHAPTER 3: DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND ELEMENTS

THE PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

THE ELEMENTS OF DESIGN

DESIGN DISCERNMENT AND EXCELLENCE

CHAPTER 4: COLOR

HOW WE SEE COLOR

COLOR THEORY

COLOR HARMONY

RESIDENTIAL AND NONRESIDENTIAL USES OF COLOR

CHAPTER 5: LIGHTING AND TECHNOLOGY

LIGHTING IN INTERIOR DESIGN

NATURAL LIGHT

ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING

LIGHT AND THE MIND AND BODY

POWER TERMINOLOGY AND UNITS OF MEASUREMENT

LUMINAIRES, OR LIGHTING FIXTURES

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

TECHNOLOGY

CHAPTER 6: SPACE PLANNING

PRIORITIZING NEEDS AND WANTS

CONSIDERATIONS FOR SPECIFIC AREAS

SPACE PLANNING AND THE ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 7: FLOOR PLANS AND BUILDING SYSTEMS

DIAGRAMMING AND FLOOR PLANS

FLOOR PLANS AND HOUSING

CONSTRUCTING THE BUILDING

INSULATION AND ENERGY CONSERVATION

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 8: FURNITURE ARRANGEMENT

FUNCTION

HUMAN FACTORS

THE ELEMENTS AND PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN IN FURNITURE

ARRANGEMENT

BASIC GROUPINGS

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 9: FURNITURE SELECTION

WOODEN FURNITURE

METAL FURNITURE

OTHER FURNITURE MATERIALS

UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE

FURNITURE HARMONY AND HUMAN FACTORS

FURNITURE TYPES

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 10: ARCHITECTURAL DETAIL

WALLS

DOORS

WINDOWS

STAIRS

FIREPLACES AND CHIMNEYS

CEILINGS

CABINETWORK

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 11: WALL, CEILING, AND WINDOW TREATMENTS

WALL AND CEILING MATERIALS

PAINT

WALL COVERINGS

CEILING TREATMENTS

WINDOW TREATMENTS

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 12: FLOOR MATERIALS AND COVERINGS

FLOORING REQUIREMENTS AND SPECIFICATIONS

GUIDELINES FOR SELECTING HARD AND RESILIENT FLOOR

MATERIALS

SOFT FLOOR COVERINGS

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 13: FABRIC

FIBERS

FABRIC - THE CHAMPION OF VERSATILITY

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS DECORATIVE FABRICS GLOSSARY

CHAPTER 14: ART AND ACCESSORIES

FINE ART

DECORATIVE ART

OBJECTS FROM NATURE

OTHER ACCESSORIES

THE USE OF ACCESSORIES

NONRESIDENTIAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 15: HISTORIC DESIGN

EARLY INFLUENCES

THE ENGLISH INFLUENCE IN AMERICA

AMERICAN STYLES

MODERN DESIGN (1857 - PRESENT)

PUTTING THINGS IN PERSPECTIVE

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