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INTIMUS: Interior Design Theory Reader / Edition 1

INTIMUS: Interior Design Theory Reader / Edition 1


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470015711
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 08/15/2006
Pages: 410
Sales rank: 719,665
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.88(d)

About the Author

Julieanna Preston is a Senior Lecturer of Interior Design atthe College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington, NewZealand. This book extends her interdisciplinary practice andcommitment to further developing interior design as a spatial artand intellectual endeavour.

Mark Taylor is a Senior Lecturer in architectural theoryand design studio at Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand.Recent publications include guest editor of SurfaceConsciousness (Wiley-Academy, 2003) and co-author of Momentsof Resistance (Archadia Press, 2002) with JulieannaPreston.

Table of Contents



Mark Taylor and Julieanna Preston.

The Partition of Space.

Shirley Ardener.

The Dialectics of Outside and Inside.

Gaston Bachelard.

The Sterility of Perfection + The Rule Breaker’sSuccess.

Billy Baldwin.


David Batchelor.

Structures of Atmosphere.

Jean Baudrillard.

A Christian House.

Catharine E. Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe.

Thick Edge: Architectural Boundaries and SpatialFlows.

Iain Borden.

A Wall of Books: The Gender of Natural Colors in ModernArchitecture.

William W. Braham.

A House for Josephine Baker.

Karen Burns.

Bodies and Mirrors.

Ann C. Colley.

Movement and Myth: the Schröder House and TransformableLiving.

Catherine Croft.

Spatial Stories.

Michel de Certeau.

Suitability, Simplicity and Proportion.

Elsie de Wolfe.

On the Means by which Repose is Attainable inDecoration.

Christopher Dresser.

Volatile Architectures.

Jim Drobnick.


Winka Dubbeldam.

The Dining Room.

Charles L. Eastlake.

Men’s Room.

Lee Edelman.

‘Decorators May be Compared to Doctors’.

Emma Ferry.

Berggasse 19: Inside Freud’s Office.

Diana Fuss and Joel Sanders.

Toward a Feminist Poetics: Infection in the Sentence.

Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar.

Woman’s Domestic Body.

Beverly Gordon.

Notes on Digital Nesting: a Poetics of EvolutionaryForm.

Mark Goulthorpe.

Faith and Virtuality: A Brief History of VirtualReality.

Christian Groothuizen.

Thinking of Gadamer’s Floor.

Jacques Herzog.

Buildings and their Genotypes.

Bill Hillier and Julienne Hanson.

Household Furniture and Interior Decoration.

Thomas Hope.

From Wiener Kunst im Hause to the WienerWerkstätte.

Rebecca Houze.

Wherever I Lay My Girlfriend, That’s My Home.

Lynda Johnston and Gill Valentine.

Interiors: Nineteenth-Century Essays on the‘Masculine’ and the ‘Feminine’Room.

Juliet Kinchin.

Tables, Chairs, and Other Machines for Thinking.

Mark Kingwell.

On the Loss of (Dark) Inside Space.

Constanze Kreiser.

Social, Spatial and Temporal Factors.

Roderick J. Lawrence.

Wiener Wohnkultur: Interior Design in Vienna,1910–1930.

Christopher Long.

(Re)presenting Shopping Centres and Bodies: Questions ofPregnancy.

Robyn Longhurst.

The Tyranny of Taste.

Jules Lubbock.

Streamlining: The Aesthetics of Waste.

Ellen Lupton and J. Abbott Miller.

The Architecture of Manners: Henry James, Edith Wharton andThe Mount.

Sarah Luria.

‘House Beautiful’: Style and Consumption in theHome.

Ruth Madigan and Moira Munro.

Living in Glass Houses.

Kevin Melchionne.


Celeste Olalquiaga.

Colour and Method.

Amédée Ozenfant.

Ordering the World: Perceptions of Architecture, Space andTime.

Michael Parker Pearson and Colin Richards.

A World of Unmentionable Suffering.

Barbara Penner.

The Apartment.

Georges Perec.

A Kitchen as a Place to Be.

Norman Potter.

Making Charleston (1916–17).

Christopher Reed.

The Clubs of St. James’s: Places of PublicPatriarchy.

Jane Rendell.

Rethinking Histories of the Interior.

Charles Rice.

Designing the Dinner Party.

Rachel Rich.

‘Hi Honey, I’m Home’.

  Joyce Henri Robinson.

Curtain Wars.

Joel Sanders.

Productions of Incarceration: The Architecture of Daniel PaulSchreber.

Felicity D. Scott.

Ornament and Order.

Jacques Soulillou.

‘The Things that Surround One’.

Penny Sparke.

Decorating Culture.

Xiaobing Tang.

In Praise of Shadows.

Jun′ichirō Tanizaki.

Architecture and Interior: A Roam of One’s Own.

Mark Taylor.

Boredom and Bedroom: The Suppression of the Habitual.

Georges Teyssot.


Henry David Thoreau.

The Chic Interior and the Feminine Modern.

Lisa Tiersten.

Inside Fear: Secret Places and Hidden Spaces inDwellings.

Anne Troutman.

The Pleasure of Architecture.

Bernard Tschumi.

Domestic Doyennes: Purveyors of Atmospheres Spoken andVisual.

John C. Turpin.

The Lair of the Bachelor.

George Wagner.


George Wagner.

The Historical Tradition.

Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman Jr..

Home: Territory and Identity.

J. Macgregor Wise.

The Material Value of Color: The Estate Agent’sTale.

D. J. B. Young.


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