Perspective for Interior Designers
"The author provides the means by which students and interior degigners can learn to draw interior perspectives through the use of a basic formula. He offers an easily accessible and quickly learned method that will serve every interior designer's drawing needs. All that is required is familiarity with plan, section, and elevation drawings and the basic skills of using drafting tools. Beginning with a section on the fundamental technique of two-point perspective, which is presented through 14 sequential steps, Pile moves on to cover special situations (including one-point perspective, circular forms, reflective images, views from above, light effects and furniture); freehand perspective; camera techniques; case studies of 8 typical spaces, which are illustrated by 5 well-known designers; analysis of finished perspectives; and a review of computer-aided techniques. Step-by-step demonstrations, analysis of constructed layouts, and illustrations of completed works make this volume a complete and accurate guidebook." - product description.
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accurate actual angle of view appear appropriate vanishing point Architects architectural auxiliary vanishing point axes back wall ceiling Chapter circle color cone of vision convenient corner curved developed diagonals distortion drafting Drop edges elements ellipse establish extended eye level f rom fects finished drawing floor Frank Lloyd Wright freehand furniture geometric grid height line Herman Miller horizon horizontal line intersection ishing point layout Lebbeus Woods lens light construction line locus major axis minor axis moved object one-point perspective pencil perspective drawing photographs picture plane plan projection plotter point in plan possible puter representing result Robert A. M. Stern scale shadow sheet shortcuts side walls sight sketch spective square stairs station point Steelcase Step straightedge system of parallels techniques tive top and bottom tracing paper two-point perspective upward usually vertical line view camera wide-angle wide-angle lens window