Basics Interior Architecture 01: Form and Structure: the Organisation of Interior Space

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AVA Publishing, Dec 26, 2007 - Architecture - 175 pages
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Basics Interior Architecture 01: Form and Structure examines the basic ideas that underpin the design and remodelling of interior space.

It covers the process from the establishment of a relationship between the existing building and the new components that inhabit it, to the design and positioning of significant elements within the space.

The book proposes a method of analysis, understanding and exploitation of the existing building that can be used to realise the design of a new insertion.

Studies of contemporary work, alongside activities and resources are displayed in an engaging and stimulating way that appeals to students as well as practioners.

 

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Contents

Introduction
How to get the most out of this book
The design process
The existing building
Methods of organising space
Responsive interiors
Autonomous interiors
Elements for organising space
Glossary
Acknowledgements
Back Cover
Copyright

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About the author (2007)

Graeme Brooker is an interior designer and academic. He is the programme leader of the interior design courses at the Manchester Metropolitan University. He has lectured internationally and has presented papers at conferences in the UK and around the world.

Sally Stone is director of the College of Continuity in Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture. She teaches courses concerned with urban regeneration, building re-use and the relationship between interior architecture and installation art. She has lectured internationally.

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