Interiors: an introduction
Brown & Benchmark Publishers, May 4, 1994 - Architecture - 434 pages
"Interiors: An Introduction" is the starting point for a lifetime of design education, appreciation, and enjoyment. Whether the goal is a career in interior design, or simply a better understanding of how to enhance one's own living space, the information and ideas in this text will help readers achieve it. "Interiors" offers an introduction to the elements, practice, and aesthetics of residential and nonresidential interior design, as well as their application. In addition, the authors describe the numerous choices of materials, furnishings, and components used in interior design.
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