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From Organisation to Decoration: An Interior Design Readeris a reader for students, scholars and practitioners interested in the theories, processes and principles of the three aspects of the theory and practice of interior design, interior architecture and interior decoration. The book is divided into three parts, reflecting these three strands. Each is concerned with the processes, ideas, histories, and development of the design of the interior, the host for the interior and the surface and material concerns of decoration. A broad range of writings are included cultural theory, historical essays, scholarly papers, commissioned texts, extracts from books, interview transcripts, and magazine and newspaper articles. Each part concludes with a case study and an annotated guide to further reading, thus providing a succinct overview of the theories and ideas regarding Interiors for the beginner as well as students and practitioners in the field.