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Spatial Strategies for Interior Design.

Author/Creator:
Higgins, Ian.
Publication:
London : Laurence King Publishing, 2015.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (193 pages)
Edition:
1st ed.
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Subjects:
Interior decoration.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
This inspirational and practical guide to organizing and planning interior spaces is packed with photographs, diagrams, models, case studies, and step-by-step instructions. It provides useful information on finding ways to start the design process, analyzing existing buildings, using planning diagrams, developing three-dimensional spatial compositions, designing in section, how to communicate your design ideas, and much more.
Contents:
Cover
Contents
Introduction
What is interior design?
Modernism and the free plan
About this book
Chapter 1: Points of Departure
Introduction
The existing site
Case study: The existing site - Trace Architecture Office
The client
Case study: The client - DAKS
The building programme
Case study: The building programme - Sushi-teria restaurant
Chapter 2: The Use of Precedent Studies
Introduction
Learning from history
Site precedents
Organization precedents
Case study: Spatial precedents: a space within a space - Glass House
Circulation precedents
Case study: Circulation precedent: a controlled pathway - Ikea and Tiger stores
Learning from other disciplines
Chapter 3: Developing Conceptual Ideas
Introduction
Conceptual starting points
Concepts based on the client
Step by step: Developing a conceptual idea
Concepts based on the programme
Concepts based on the site
Case study: Design concepts (1) - Cargo
Concepts based on the design approach
Case study: Design concepts (2) - Mississippi Blues restaurant
Chapter 4: Planning Strategies
Introduction
Spatial relationships
Spatial strategies
Step by step: Drawing diagrams
Circulation strategies
Case study: Entrance - Art Gallery
Circulation and space
Planning solutions
Case Study: Planning solutions - Shine boutique
Chapter 5: From Brief to Proposal
Introduction
The brief
Spatial requirements
Case study: Store - COS / Pentagram
Step by step: Drawing Planning Diagrams
Planning diagrams
Relating the planning diagram to the site
Case study Exhibition - Ab Rogers Design
Chapter 6: The Existing Building's Impact
Introduction
Analyzing an existing building
Introducing new into existing
Intervention
Case study: Intervention - Black Peal House.
Insertion
Case study: Insertion - Silence Room at Selfridges department store
Installation
Case study: Installation - KMS Team studio
Chapter 7: Developing Three-Dimensional Spatial Compositions
Introduction
Defining space
Case study: Forming spatial compositions - Glass House
Exploring contrasts
Forming spatial compositions
Step by step: Exploratory model making
Case study: Exploring contrasts - Cahier d'Exercices boutique
Chapter 8: Designing in Section
Introduction
Manipulating volumes
Case study: Designing in section (1) - Canary Wharf Underground Section
Step by Step: Exploring the opportunities offered by the section
Simple plans, complex sections
Case study Designing in section (2)
Responding to the existing site
Sectional models
Chapter 9: Communicating Spatial Organizations
Introduction
Useful drawing types
Case Study: Communicating a Spatial Concept - Hair salon proposal
Freehand/sketch drawings
Step by step: Creating freehand drawings
Models
Chapter 10:What Next?
Introduction
Detailed planning
Step by step: The design process
Designing in detail
Glossary
Further reading
Index
Picture credits
Author's acknowledgements.
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Other format:
Print version: Higgins, Ian Spatial Strategies for Interior Design
ISBN:
9781780677255
9781780674155
OCLC:
908685966