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The Fundamentals of Interior Architecture


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Introduction Chapter 1: Space/Form Space and Place Elements and Composition of Interior Space Case Study and Interview: The Way Out, Sonoma County, USA / Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects Project: Observing Space and Form Chapter 2: Site/Function Analyzing the Site Types of Interior Case Study and Interview: Cut and Fold House, London, UK / Ashton Porter Project: Observing Sight and Function Chapter 3: Materials/Texture Understanding the Interior Selecting Materials Perception of Quality Architectural Materials Case Study and Interview: Family House, Miyajima Island, Japan / Kazuya Nakomoto Project: Observing Materials and Texture Chapter 4: Light/Mood Understanding Light Using Light Calculating Light Case Study and Interview: One Kearny Lobby, San Francisco, USA / IwamotoScott Project: Observing Light and Mood Chapter 5: Presentation/Representation Key Stages in Design Representing Design Case Study and Interview: Pill Box, London, UK / Bluebottle Project: Observing Presentation and Representation Conclusion Sources of Information and Inspiration Index Acknowledgements and Picture Credits

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Introduces the key ideas that inform interior architecture design. It draws upon contemporary and historical references to show the richness and diversity of interior architecture.

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John Coles (Dip Arch) lectured at Middlesex University, UK, where he was programme leader for the Interior Architecture MA and Sustainable Design MA and Joint Programme Leader for the BA Honours Interior Architecture programmes.

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