The Handbook of Interior Design offers a compilation of current works that inform the discipline of interior design. These examples of design scholarship present a detailed overview of current research and critical thinking. The volume brings together a broad range of essays from an international group of scholars who represent the diversity of work in the field. Intended to engage those involved in the study and practice of interior design, the Handbook considers the connections between theory, research, and practice that shape the field of interior design, as well as the theoretical perspectives that inform the field. It contains over thirty essays which together demonstrate the wide range of opinions and knowledge in the discipline, grouped in sections to reflect key components of their content. A close reading of the essays will uncover contradictory as well as supporting positions on aspects of interior design, challenging the reader to think critically and develop a personal stance toward the subject.