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Interior Design Visual Presentation, Fourth Edition is the updated revision of the best-selling resource for interior designers. Written specifically with the interior design student in mind, this is the only book on the market that offers comprehensive coverage of all of the visual design and presentation skills that interior designers need to know, from initial sketches and drawings to final rendering and presentation models. The new Fourth Edition devotes discrete chapters to the topics of manual, freehand, and digital drawing and features updated content throughout, including the latest information on digital presentation software like Photoshop, SketchUp, Revit, and AutoCAD. High-quality, color images throughout the book illustrate the concepts and techniques outlined in the book. Student exercises and online instructor resources will also be offered.
Maureen Mitton, MA, is a Professor at and Director of the School of Art and Design at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She is a Certified Interior Designer, NCIDQ qualified, and a member of IDEC.
Table of Contents
|An Introduction to Drawing for Interior Design||p. 1|
|Understanding Orthographic Projection Drawings||p. 5|
|Orthographic Projection Drawings for Interior Environments||p. 8|
|Floor Plans||p. 9|
|Interior Elevations||p. 15|
|Reflected Ceiling Plans||p. 19|
|Ongoing Software Advances||p. 28|
|The Design Process and Related Graphics||p. 31|
|Diagrams and Programming Analysis Graphics||p. 36|
|Programming Matrices||p. 40|
|Schematic Design||p. 43|
|Bubble Diagrams||p. 43|
|Blocking Diagrams||p. 44|
|Fit and Stacking Plans||p. 46|
|Conceptual Design||p. 47|
|Mood and Inspiration Boards||p. 49|
|Schematic Presentation Graphics||p. 51|
|Design Development||p. 60|
|Paraline and Perspective Drawing Basics||p. 63|
|Paraline Drawings||p. 64|
|Plan Oblique Drawings||p. 65|
|Isometric Drawings||p. 68|
|Perspective Drawings||p. 71|
|Perspective Basics||p. 72|
|One-Point Perspective||p. 74|
|Two-Point Perspective||p. 75|
|Three-Point Perspective||p. 78|
|Developing Visual Skills||p. 78|
|Use of Enclosing Boxes||p. 81|
|Sketching and Drawing Interior Environments by Hand||p. 89|
|Estimated One-Point Interior Perspective Drawings||p. 89|
|Estimated Two-Point Interior Perspective Drawings||p. 95|
|Refined Linear Perspective Methods||p. 100|
|Two-Point Plan Projection Method||p. 101|
|Prepared Perspective Grid Charts||p. 111|
|Using Photographs||p. 114|
|Drawing Composition and Cropping||p. 116|
|Digital Drawings and Models||p. 121|
|Using SketchUp||p. 122|
|Drawing in SketchUp||p. 124|
|Working from CAD Files||p. 130|
|Working with Curves||p. 136|
|Additional Tips||p. 136|
|Creating Plans, Sections, and Elevations||p. 142|
|Additional Software for Digital Modeling||p. 143|
|Rendering by Hand||p. 147|
|Rendering as Illumination||p. 148|
|Materials, Media, and Tools||p. 149|
|Paper and Drawing Surfaces||p. 150|
|Rendering Media||p. 153|
|Rendering Orthographic Projection Drawings||p. 157|
|Simplified Shadows||p. 158|
|Materials and Finishes||p. 160|
|Color Rendering||p. 160|
|Additional Tips for Manual Rendering||p. 168|
|Rendering Perspective Drawings||p. 169|
|Shadows in Perspective Renderings||p. 169|
|Rendering Perspective Drawings without Color||p. 172|
|Rendering Interior Perspectives in Color||p. 176|
|Digital Rendering||p. 187|
|Rendering in SketchUp||p. 188|
|Plug-ins and Ruby Scripts||p. 196|
|Rendering with Photoshop||p. 197|
|Burn and Dodge Tools||p. 204|
|Rendering Perspectives in Photoshop||p. 204|
|Rendering in Revit||p. 211|
|Scale Models||p. 213|
|Materials and Tools||p. 214|
|Plastics and Foam||p. 220|
|Adhesives and Tools||p. 220|
|Construction and Use of Models||p. 225|
|Scale Models in Professional Practice||p. 230|
|Presenting Materials and Finishes||p. 235|
|Materials and Media Used in Traditional Boards||p. 238|
|Organization and Composition||p. 243|
|Titles, Keys, and Legends||p. 245|
|Techniques and Methods for Presenting Boards||p. 247|
|Digital Technology||p. 249|
|Making the Complete Presentation||p. 253|
|Process and Presentation||p. 256|
|Organization and Composition||p. 256|
|Techniques and Methods of Presentation||p. 258|
|Analog or Physical Presentation||p. 258|
|Digital Presentation||p. 263|
|Graphic Design Components||p. 272|
|Creating Hierarchy||p. 276|
|Public Speaking and Design Communication||p. 278|
|Verbal Presentation Basics||p. 280|
|A Few Words from the Experts||p. 283|
|Materials, Tools, and Equipment for Manual Drafting and Drawing||p. 287|
|Drawing Surfaces||p. 287|
|Line- and Mark-Making Implements||p. 289|
|Materials and Tools for Perspective Drawings||p. 292|
|Blank Criteria Matrix||p. 295|
|Color Theory for Rendering||p. 297|
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