Writing for Interior Design, Volume 1

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Bloomsbury Academic, Jan 14, 2005 - Design - 515 pages
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Writing for Interior Design teaches writing skills that interior design students can apply in the classroom and in their ongoing professional lives. It guides students from basic writing skills to professional fluency in a wide range of areas including communication with colleagues,employers, suppliers, clients, and the market. It also addresses the needs of entrepreneurial designers in start-up practices with limited budgets. A unique, highly creative hands-on approach builds on design students' visual communication skills to guide the development of their ability to express themselves verbally.

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Contents

Audience and Writing Style
1
The Basis for Writing about Interiors
31
A Tool for Understanding
77
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Patricia Eakins has taught many English composition and creative writing courses at such colleges and universities as New York Institute of Technology,The New School, Trinity College, and New York University. She has also served as an editorial consultant on a variety of vocational textbooks and is the author of numerous works of fiction, including short stories and a prize-winning novel.

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