Basics Interior Architecture 04: Elements / Objects

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AVA Publishing, Oct 3, 2009 - Architecture - 183 pages
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Basics Interior Architecture 04: Elements/Objects explores the manner in which an interior space can be manipulated through the precise placement of forms.

The book describes the principles underpinning the design of objects, and their placement within the interior space. It also discusses the influence that this has upon the character and perception of the space; providing focus or rhythm, controlling visual movement or expressing scale.

The book teaches readers how the manipulation of objects and elements can create interior spaces of distinctive and apposite qualities.

 

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Contents

Introduction
How to get the most out of this book
Working with objects
Objects in the new interior
Objects in the existing building
built to fit
stand alone
Constructing objects
Glossary
Acknowledgements
Working with ethics
Back Cover
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

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 and presented papers at conferences in the UK and internationally.

Sally Stone is the director of the College of Continuity in Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture. She has lectured internationally and presented papers at conferences around the world.

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