Basics Interior Architecture 02: Context & Environment

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AVA Publishing, Aug 1, 2008 - Architecture - 176 pages
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Basics Interior Architecture: Context and Environment examines the ways in which elements based both inside and outside of the host building can influence and affect the interior space. The book proposes a method of interpretation, evaluation and utilisation of physical factors, such as light and orientation, the contextual issues of the urban form and the subject of sustainability, and their influences on the design of the interior and the remodelling of existing buildings. Detailed studies of contemporary work are used to support theory, making this book an invaluable reference tool to all students of interior architecture and design.
 

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Contents

Introduction
How to get the most out of this book
The design process
Context and the interior
Environment and the interior
Sustainability and the existing interior
Sustainability and the new interior
Elements that control space
Glossary
Acknowledgements
Back Cover
Copyright

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Graeme Brooker MA is an interior designer and academic. He is the programme leader of the undergraduate and postgraduate 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 MA is the director of the College of Continuity in Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture. She teaches studio courses at postgraduate level concerned with urban regeneration, building reuse and the relationship between interior architecture and installation art. Sally has lectured internationally and presented papers at conferences around the world. She is the author of Interventions - Attitudes Towards Public Space.

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