Positioning People in Space: Clip Art for Interior Designers, Architects, Landscape Architects, and Illustrators

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1997 - Architecture - 326 pages
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Now you can capitalize on a whole new generation of copyright-free materials for interior designers, architects, landscape architects, and illustrators. This user friendly book is the first to explain how to use entourage elements properly, from human figures to vegetation to accessories and objets d'art. Categorized neatly in many settings, such as exterior spaces, offices, eating facilities, hotels, retail stores, healthcare facilities, and residences. Packed with over 1,500 illustrations, the work also gives you a modern and future-oriented portfolio of entourage, including scaled indications for elevation views. These drawings represent a broad range of cultures, nationalities, races, and ages, and can be scanned and downloaded into your CAD drawings or transferred on your manual drawings.

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Contents

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About the author (1997)

Mamdouh Fayek, MFA, IIDA, IDEC is Associate Professor of Design at California State University, Long Beach. He is also the principal of his own planning and design firm, which specializes in restaurant, retail, office, and residential design. Mr. Fayek has published a number of articles in professional and academic design periodicals. He also showed his artwork in juried exhibits of galleries and museums and one-man shows.

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