|aThe handbook of interior architecture and design /|cedited by Graeme Brooker and Lois Weinthal.
|aInterior architecture and design
|aLondon :|bBloomsbury Visual Arts,|c2018.
|axvi, 676 p.,  p. of plates :|bill. (some col.) ;|c25 cm.
|aReprint. Originally published: 2013.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 569-643) and index.
|gPart 1.|tContexts :|gIntroduction --|gPart 1.1.|tReflecting on the discipline :|tModern history and interior design /|rAnne Massey --|tRethinking histories, canons, and paradigms /|rJohn C. Turpin --|tInhabited space: critical theories and the domestic interior /|rAlexa Griffith Winton --|tMethods of research and criticality /|rGennaro Postiglione --|tProtected title in Britain: an educational necessity? /|rGraham Stretton --|tRegulations and conventions: interior design practice and education /|rKees Spanjers --|tThe profession that dare not speak its name /|rDrew Plunkett --|gPart 1.2.|tInterior terrains :|tinteriorizt /|rSuzie Attiwill --|tSurface demonstrations, neutral, not so /|rJulieanna Preston --|tA short history of the room /|rFred Scott --|tNew occupancy /|rLorraine Farrelly --|tProgram, function, and fabrication: exhibiting the domestic interior /|rAndy Milligan and Helen O'Connor --|tLives in large interiors /|rThomas Kong --|tSwiss cheese and beanbags: producing interior urbanism /|rLee Stickells --|tThe public private interior: constructing the modern domestic interior in Singapore's public housing /|rLilian Chee --|tThe evolution of workspace design: from the machine to the network /|rJeremy Myerson --|tInstallation and performance /|rDavid Littlefield --|tExhibition design: reflections /|rDavid Dernie --|gPart 2.|tOccupancy :|gIntroduction --|gPart 2.1.|tThe body, behavior, and space :|tRedesigning for the body: users and bathrooms /|rBarbara Penner --|tThe selection, creation, and perception of interior spaces: an environmental psychology approach /|rSamuel D. Gosling, Robert Gifford, Lindsay McCunn --|tGuilty by design/guilty by desire: queering bourgeois domesticity /|rJohn Potvin --|tToward sentience /|rClive Parkinson --|tDesign for ageing-in-place for high-density living in Asia: a comparative analysis on residential design in Singapore, Japan, and Hong Kong /|rOng Swee Hong --|tDemographics and identity /|rStephanie White --|gPart 2.2.|tEthics and the indoor environment :|tThe thin edge of the wedge: shifting ethical terrains and interior design in the twenty-first century /|rMary Anne Beecher --|tDesigning desire /|rShonquis Moreno --|tDesigning for sustainability: a framework for interior designers to design for efficiency and beyond /|rNadia Elrokhsy --|tInterior design, a political discipline /|rTerry Meade --|tGlobalization: what shapes a global interior? /|rAlison B. Snyder --|gPart 3.|tRepresentation and fabrication :|gIntroduction --|tThe art of borrowing /|rRo Spankie --|tModel behavior /|rNick Dunn --|tDigital representation and fabrication /|rIgor Siddiqui --|tThe interior: television, gaming, and new media /|rEdward Hollis --|tLiterary narratives /|rMark Taylor --|gPart 3.1.|tAtmospheric conditions of the interior :|tOrnament and decoration /|rJonathan Massey --|tThe poetic language of interior materials and color /|rGeorge Verghese, Dianne Smith --|tTechnology and the interior /|rTrevor Keeble --|tPhenomenology and the senses in interiors /|rChristine Cantwell --|tTaste and trends /|rPenny Sparke.
|a"The Handbook of Interior Architecture and Design offers a compelling collection of original essays that seek to examine the shifting role of interior architecture and interior design, and their importance and meaning within the contemporary world. Interior architecture and interior design are disciplines that span a complexity of ideas, ranging from human behaviour and anthropology to history and the technology of the future. Approaches to designing the interior are in a constant state of flux, reflecting and adapting to the changing systems of history, culture and politics. It is this process that allows interior design to be used as evidence for identifying patterns of consumption, gender, identity and social issues."--Provided by publisher.