Foundations of interior design, Volume 1

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Fairchild, Dec 30, 2005 - Architecture - 592 pages
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Foundations of Interior Design balances the theory of interior design with its practice as an applied art, combining real-life examples with a historical and conceptual look at design theory. It introduces its readers to the professional career path on which they are about to embark, highlighting the experiences of those already in the field. Its author, an interior design practitioner, educator, and writer, approaches the field from a service-industry perspective. With a conversational writing style, Slotkis presents a thorough introduction to design theory and execution, history, FFE, socially responsible design, and business practices. This book provides practical advice about interior design as a career, as well as conceptual information about colour schemes, planning, and the principles of design theory. This book is only for sale to customers in China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan & the Philippines. All other customer can order this title from Laurence King Publishing.

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Aesthetics Elements
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Summary
38
Color Theory and Application
41
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