Graphic Interiors: Spaces Designed by Graphic Artists

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Corinna Dean
Rockport Publishers, Incorporated, 2000 - Architecture - 191 pages
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Graphic designers break out of the traditional constraints of their profession to enter the realm of interior design. Graphic Interiors explores the original, provocative, and utterly contemporary spaces created by graphic designers collaborating with architects. Designers such as Tomato, Pentagram, Benkelly Design Studio, and Designers Republic blur the distinction between the disciplines with the design of offices, bars, clubs, retail outlets, and residential interiors. In the process graphic designs jettison conventional perceptions of space by transforming graphics into three dimensions, tapping into digital technology, and engaging in a cross-cultural fertilization of ideas. The results explored through concept sketches, computer graphics, and photos, are dramatic.

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Corinna Dean is a freelance journalist who has contributed to publications including Architectural Review and Building Design. The author of Graphic Interiors (Rockport Publishers), she lives in London.

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