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Interior Design : Conceptual Basis



This book is a follow up to Anthony Sully’s book Interior Design: Theory and Process and aims to encourage students and practitioners to think deeper about the subject and explore underlying conceptual thinking fully when formulating a new design. He argues that the common acceptance of a major concept that sums up an interior design scheme needs to be reviewed. In his last book he broke down this dominant concept into eight minor ones, seven of which form the basis of this book. Challenging accepted norms, Anthony has set out the most delicate aspects of the design process, namely conceptual thinking, into a clear and understand- able format. He encourages designers to separate colour from materials, for exam- ple, in order to understand their properties and characteristics in isolation. He also acknowledges various degrees of connectivity or overlap between each concept. Good design emerges not just from the work of the designer but is nurtured by something in the air, a moment in time, a set of circumstances, by certain peo- ple coming together around a uniting thought. Designers need to act as film direc- tors pulling together the talents of many to achieve a unified piece of work. They need to work collaboratively and this book will give useful insight into the process to all involved in and around the design process, students, teachers, academics and potential clients. Books on the theory of Interior Design are hard to find and I welcome Anthony Sully’s latest addition.


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No. Panggil
729 SUL i
Penerbit Springer : London.,
Deskripsi Fisik
260 hlm.
Bahasa
English
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978-3-319-16474-8
Klasifikasi
729 SUL i
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text
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other
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1
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