In this elegant new edition, Francis D.K. Ching takes hisintegrated approach to interior design several steps further. Ahighly functional and beautifully illustrated work, InteriorDesign Illustrated, Third Edition offers a thoroughintroduction to interior design, addressing the architecturalrequirements of interior spaces and the details of furnishing andinterior finishes.
This new edition offers a concise and accessible presentation ofimportant concepts for beginning designers, and experiencedpractitioners will appreciate its insightful and practical coverageof the relationship between building structures and interiorspaces. A broad range of rich illustrations communicates visualinformation and ploughs fertile ground for creative ideas andinspiration.
Featuring a full-color section on the role of color in interiordesign, as well as teaching resources available for the first time,Interior Design Illustrated, Third Edition provides new andexpanded information on:
Building codes, building information modeling, andsustainability
Indoor air quality, environmental systems, data/communication,and security systems
Translating functional needs into design decisions
Integrating environmental, health, safety, comfort, andconveyance systems into a building's structure and the design ofits interior space
The functional, aesthetic, and expressive roles design elementscan play in the development of three-dimensional space
Corky Binggeli, ASID, is a principal at Corky BinggeliInterior Design in Boston and has taught at Wentworth Institute ofTechnology in Boston and Boston Architectural College. Aprofessional member of ASID and past president of ASID New England,she is the author of Graphic Standards Field Guide to CommercialInteriors; Materials for Interior Environments; Building Systemsfor Interior Designers; and coeditor of Interior GraphicStandards, Second Edition, all from Wiley.