Places & Themes of Interiors. Contemporary Research Worldwide: Contemporary Research Worldwide

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FrancoAngeli - Architecture - 519 pages
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In a global, complex, stratified and constantly evolving reality, Interiors as theoretical discipline and design praxis are undergoing profound transformations. This differently articulated scenario relates and connects even more to various disciplinary spheres, such as anthropology, sociology, economy, technology, communication and arts. Critical and theoretical reflections, together with applicative experimentations and didactic experiences converge in mapping places and subjects for international research in the field of Interiors.
 

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Contents

Foreword
9
Living between Exhibit Retail and Domestic
11
I Exhibit
15
Some trends in exhibition design
17
the memory economy
21
The fantasy of KExhibition environments as autopoetic spaces ofcommunication
29
The art of exhibiting as a branch of architecture
37
Exhibition as research
45
African ReTale in a globalnarrative
133
Green shoes
145
Retail Design as an opportunity for a qualitativedevelopment of the city
155
Emotional shops
163
III Domestic
171
Domestic values
173
a theory of design andinterface
177
There are even gods here
197

Museums are not for surfingThe phenomenology of the exhibit path
53
contemporary exhibitionbest practises
63
Form follows contentScenography or the choreographed space
73
Active site of communication
83
II Retail
91
Retailing in the globalisation era
93
The architecture of fashionBuildings and bodies as a new syntax of the city
97
From semiotics to phenomenology in advertisingand retail design
107
The future of retail store design
115
The relationship between retail design and contemporaryart
125
The interior as a generator for the future Nordicindustrialized house
205
technologys gamble withdomesticity
213
Urban domestic landscape
223
Recirculatory households or How to grow tomatoesout of household effluent
231
Domesticating new mediaRedefining the designers relationship to theculture of home
241
Allegory and the curtains of Petra Blaisse
249
Reviewers Committee
261
Authors
263
Chairmen and Keynote speakers
271
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