Interior Graphic Standards

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 11/29/2011
  • Publisher: Wiley

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The student edition of Interior Graphic Standards, Second Edition, carefully selects content from the professional book that specifically pertains to students to cover critical information on interior architecture and design. Topics new to this edition include: residential design, exterior construction as it relates to interiors, sustainable materials, expanded coverage of equipment and furnishings, building information modeling (BIM), integrated project delivery (IPD), and virtual collaboration. A password-protected instructor web site includes pedagogical materials, suggested course schedules, essay exam questions, project requirements, lecture notes, presentations, and review questions.

Author Biography

CORKY BINGGELI, ASID, is principal of Corky Binggeli Interior Design in Arlington, Massachusetts. She received her Master of Interior Design degree from the Boston Architectural College. A past president of ASID New England, Corky is the author of Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition; Materials for Interior Environments; Interior Design: A Survey; Field Guide to Commercial Interiors; and with Francis D.K. Ching, Interior Design Illustrated, Second Edition, all published by Wiley.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. xi
Design Principles And Processp. 1
Environmental And Behavioral Issues
Human Factorsp. 3
Anthropometrics and Ergonomicsp. 3
Human Behaviorp. 10
Wayfindingp. 11
Mappingp. 11
Wayfinding and Agep. 11
Signage and Wayfinding Cluesp. 12
Acoustical Principles
Basics of Acoustical Designp. 13
Soundp. 13
Frequencyp. 13
Sound Absorption Properties of Materialsp. 13
Room Acousticsp. 14
Properties of Soundp. 14
Use of Sound-Absorptive Materialsp. 14
Sound Transmissionp. 15
Transmission Lossp. 15
Noise Reductionp. 15
Sound Isolationp. 15
Impact Noise Reductionp. 15
Sound Controlp. 17
Accessible Design Basics
Accessibilityp. 18
Definitionsp. 18
Accessibility Standards Termsp. 18
ADA and FHAA Design Requirementsp. 18
Knee and Toe Clearancesp. 19
Reach Limitsp. 20
Protruding Objectsp. 21
Accessible Routesp. 22
Components of Accessible Routesp. 22
Location of Accessible Routesp. 22
Floor and Ground Surfacesp. 22
Sustainable Design Basics
Sustainable Design Principlesp. 24
Depletion of Natural Resourcesp. 24
Climate Changep. 24
Principlesp. 25
Design Considerationsp. 25
Sustainability Strategiesp. 25
Energyp. 25
Lighting and Daylightp. 25
Waterp. 25
Sustainable Materialsp. 25
Indoor Air Qualityp. 26
Environmental Quality Termsp. 26
Sick Building Syndromep. 26
Personal Controlp. 26
Interior Rating Systems and Certificationsp. 27
U.S. Green Building Councilp. 27
LEED Rating Systemp. 27
Design Basics
Evidence-Based Designp. 29
Computational Researchp. 29
Social Science Researchp. 29
Physical and Natural Science Researchp. 29
Building Codesp. 29
Codes and Regulations Affecting Interiorsp. 29
International Building Code Provisionsp. 30
Programmingp. 33
Programming Processp. 33
Contract Documentsp. 34
Contract Documents for Commercial Interiorsp. 34
Furniture, Furnishings, and Equipment Contractsp. 34
Detailing Conceptsp. 35
Construction Specificationsp. 37
Computing Technologiesp. 38
Computer-Aided Design and Building Information Modelingp. 38
Integrated Project Deliveryp. 38
Virtual Collaborationp. 38
Future Developmentsp. 39
Digital Fabricationp. 39
Building Elementsp. 41
Building Structure And Shell
Substructurep. 43
Wall Foundationsp. 43
Subgrade Enclosuresp. 43
Slabs on Gradep. 44
Superstructurep. 45
Seismic Considerationsp. 45
Superstructure Framingp. 46
Floor Construction Assembliesp. 57
Wood Floor Framingp. 57
Steel Joist Floor Framingp. 59
Floor Decks and Slabsp. 60
Roof Constructionp. 62
Roof Types and Framingp. 62
Shop-Fabricated Wood Trussesp. 63
Glue-Laminated Constructionp. 64
Roof Decks, and Slabsp. 65
Attic Ventilationp. 66
Stairs and Rampsp. 66
Stairsp. 66
Handrails, Balustrades, and Guardsp. 69
Rampsp. 78
Exterior Vertical Enclosuresp. 79
Exterior Wall Weather Barriersp. 79
Exterior Enclosure Wallsp. 80
Roof Windows and Skylightsp. 87
Interior Construction
Fire Resistive Constructionp. 89
Fire-Retardant Wood Treatmentp. 89
Fire-Resistance-Rated Assembliesp. 89
Fire-Resistance-Rated Openingsp. 91
Board Fire Protectionp. 93
Penetration Firestop Systemsp. 93
Seismic Considerationsp. 93
Basic Seismic Designp. 93
Seismic Detailing for Designersp. 94
Interior Construction Componentsp. 95
Gypsum Board Assembliesp. 95
Concrete Masonry Unitsp. 114
Architectural Concretep. 116
Stone Wallsp. 117
Glass Unit Masonryp. 118
Prefabricated Partitionsp. 120
Windows and Glazingp. 125
Interior Doorsp. 131
Entrances and Vestibulesp. 148
Raised Floor Constructionp. 148
Thermal and Moisture Protectionp. 149
Interior Finishesp. 150
Interior Specialtiesp. 150
Wall Finish Requirementsp. 162
Integral Wall Finishesp. 163
Wood Wall Finishesp. 166
Tile Wall Finishesp. 175
Metal Wall Finishesp. 181
Wall Surface Coveringsp. 183
Paints and Coatingsp. 188
Floor Design Considerationsp. 190
Hard Flooringp. 191
Wood Flooringp. 198
Resilient Flooringp. 201
Resilient Flooring Installationp. 204
Carpet, Carpet Tile, and Matsp. 205
Ceilingsp. 213
Building Servicesp. 223
Conveying Systemsp. 223
Plumbing Systemsp. 231
Mechanical Systemsp. 247
Fire Protection Systemsp. 254
Electrical Systemsp. 259
Lightingp. 265
Communications Systemsp. 272
Security Systemsp. 280
Equipment And Furnishings
Equipmentp. 283
Toilet and Bath Equipmentp. 283
Vending Equipmentp. 285
Personal Care Equipmentp. 286
Laundry Facilitiesp. 288
Teller and Service Equipmentp. 290
Cleaning and Recycling Equipmentp. 292
Furnishingsp. 292
Furnishing Contracts and Testsp. 292
Textiles for Interior Furnishingsp. 294
Cabinetry and Caseworkp. 299
Countertopsp. 306
Art and Accessoriesp. 313
Furniturep. 315
Plantingsp. 318
Window Treatmentsp. 321
Interior Project Types
Commercial Spacesp. 326
Officesp. 326
Conference Roomsp. 343
Residential Spacesp. 349
Kitchensp. 349
Furnishings and Equipmentp. 354
Residential Lightingp. 357
Visitabilityp. 358
Aging in Placep. 359
Continuing Care Retirement Communitiesp. 365
Healthcare Facilitiesp. 369
Inpatient Hospitalsp. 369
Ancillary Departmentsp. 372
Healthcare Caseworkp. 379
Healthcare Furniturep. 381
Retail Spacesp. 382
Types of Retail Spacesp. 382
Fixture Placementp. 382
Retail Equipmentp. 383
Retail Lightingp. 383
Hospitality Spacesp. 384
Hotelsp. 384
Restaurantsp. 390
Educational Facilitiesp. 402
Early Childhood and Kindergartenp. 402
Elementary, Middle, and Junior High Schoolsp. 404
High Schoolsp. 405
Lecture Halls and Auditoriumsp. 410
Librariesp. 413
Performance Spacesp. 419
Planning Criteriap. 419
Performance Equipmentp. 421
Museumsp. 421
Museum Design Considerationsp. 421
Museum Exhibit Caseworkp. 421
Museum Lightingp. 423
Museum Securityp. 425
Athletic and Fitness Spacesp. 425
Courts, Alleys, and Rinksp. 425
Gymnasticsp. 426
Table Sports and Dartsp. 427
Fitness Spacesp. 428
Saunas and Steam Roomsp. 430
Animal Care Facilitiesp. 431
General Design Conceptp. 431
Animal Housingp. 431
Adoption Facilityp. 434
Existing Building Interiorsp. 435
Historic Preservation, Restoration, and Adaptive Reusep. 435
Existing Hazardous Materialsp. 436
Recycling Construction and Demolition Wastep. 438
Appendix Classical Interior Architectural Elementsp. 439
Glossaryp. 449
Indexp. 455
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