Residential Planning and Design

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Fairchild Books, 2007 - Architecture - 528 pages
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This comprehensive text introduces the reader to the entire process of planning residential interiors. Extensive full-color photos and diagrams augment the text to explain what an interior designer should know to work with other professionals, such as architects, electricians, and plumbers, to meet clients housing needs. The focus on contemporary American housing trends is enriched with references to interiors from the past and from other countries.

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Contents Part One Influences on Residential Design Chapter 1 Personal and Social Influences on Residential Design
Environmental Influences on Residential Design
Technological Influences on Residential Design

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About the author (2007)

Jeannie Ireland is associate professor of housing and interior design in the Applied Consumer Science Department at Missouri State University. She has taught residential design for over 25 years and was awarded the 2005 College Teaching Award.

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