9781472567130

Adaptation Strategies for Interior Architecture and Design

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  • ISBN13:

    9781472567130

  • ISBN10:

    1472567137

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2017-01-26
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury Visual Arts

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Summary

Adaptation Strategies for Interior Architecture and Design outlines a number of different approaches utilized when designing the interior. The book presents a series of processes that are based upon the responses to a space outlined for new occupation. These processes are exemplified by a series of strategies, which filter and synthesize a mixture of information, ideas and resources, in order to form a new, clear and meaningful spatial design.

The book introduces readers to recombinant cultures, methods and processes that explore the importance of context in both its site specific and cultural meaning. It examines a number of approaches that show how the adaptation of existing and, in particular, old buildings, can provide unique and unusual transformative solutions for the historic and contemporary built environment. Each strategy is demonstrated through highly-illustrated case studies and will be contextualised with an introduction explaining exemplary or key developments in other creative and spatially related fields such as installation art, painting, sculpture and furniture design.

Table of Contents

1.Intervention
Transgressive
Integration
Continuity
Subtraction
Case study: CCB, Barcelona, Spain

2. Superuse
Upcycling
Spolia
Recombinant
Aggregator
Collage
Case study: Manifesta 9, Contemporary Art Show, Genk, Belgium

3. Installation
Performance
Guerilla
Scenography
Pop-up
Case study: If dogs run free, Vienna, Austria

4. Reprogramming
Interior urbanism
Territory
Occupation
Inhabitation
Case study: Living space for three friends, Studio Cadena, NY, US

5. Insertion
Pavilion
Object
Built-to-fit
Element
Case study: Jade Museum, Shanghai, China

6. Narrative
Perspective
Branding
Identity
Storytelling
Case study: Lullaby Factory, London, UK

7. Off/On-Site
Assemblage
Digital/analogue fabrication
Construction
Prototyping
Case study: Dovecote Studio, Snape, UK

8. Artifice
Syntax
Ambiguity
Camouflage and copying
Surface/materiality
Case study: Hotel Fouquets Barriere, Paris, France

Bibliography
Index
Acknowledgements and picture credits

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