A collection of essays from prominent thinkers in the field of interiors, topics touched upon in this collection ranges from cushions, curtains, and feminism; the relationship between the interior and the enclave in the contemporary age of terror; the regulation of the profession of interiors; and the representation of the interior on the written page and in history. With various debates on the identity, the profession, and the regulation of interior design; essays on the relationship between theory and practice in interiors; and case studies from, and reflections upon, the education of the interior designer, this collection of writings is essential reading for anyone with an interest in interior design.
|Series:||Art + Design|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)|
About the Author
Ed Hollis manages the furniture, product, and interior design departments at Edinburgh College of Art.