9781563672217

Shaping Interior Space

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    9781563672217

  • ISBN10:

    1563672219

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2002-12-01
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic

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This richly illustrated book aims to make students aware of and able to execute important interior design strategies to enhance the experience of users. Intended for intermediate and advanced design students focusing on commercial design,the text emphasizes the impact that designers make through their spatial compositions and design manipulations. Design virtues other than function and beauty are stressed, with special emphasis on the designer's role in providing appropriate amounts and interpretations of order, enrichment, and expression.

Table of Contents

Preface xi
PART 1 GENERAL PRINCIPLES 1(88)
Mastering Intering Interior Design
3(16)
Instructional Objectives
3(2)
The Difficulty of Design
5(4)
Becoming a Designer
5(4)
Aims of This Book
9(2)
Ten Design Principles
11(6)
General Principles
11(2)
Principles to Establish the Design
13(2)
Principles to Develop the Design
15(2)
Completing the Design
17(1)
Beginning the Journey
17(1)
Review
18(1)
Summary
18(1)
People in Buildings
19(20)
Instructional Objectives
19(2)
Basic Events of the Building Experience
21(9)
Approach
23(1)
Overall Arrival 1
24(1)
Overall Arrival 2
24(1)
Waiting
25(1)
Moving to the Destination
26(1)
Arrival at the Activity Destination
27(1)
Engaging in the Target Activity
28(1)
Side Trips
28(1)
Secondary Activities
29(1)
Departing the Destination
29(1)
Moving towards the Exit
30(1)
Final Departure
30(1)
Users' Response to Interior Spaces
30(5)
Situational Factors Affecting Users' Experience in Buildings
30(2)
Capsule: People and the Environment
32(2)
Variables Affecting Users' Reactions to Situational Factors
34(1)
People in Buildings and Design
35(2)
Review
37(2)
Summary
37(1)
Chapter Questions
38(1)
Exercises
38(1)
Interior Place and Its Components
39(18)
Instructional Objectives
39(1)
Function, Space, and Place
40(2)
Basic Components of the Environment [Place Elements]
42(13)
Destination Places
42(1)
Circulation Systems
43(4)
Boundaries
47(3)
Capsule: A Phenomenological View of Place and Dwelling
50(3)
Objects
53(2)
Review
55(2)
Summary
55(1)
Chapter Questions
56(1)
The Basics of Space
57(32)
Instructional Objectives
57(2)
Properties of Individual Spaces
59(20)
Spatial Definition
59(3)
Enclosure
62(4)
Capsule: Destruction of the Box
66(3)
Size
69(2)
Form
71(2)
Permeability
73(5)
Mobility Patterns
78(1)
Composing Multiple Spaces
79(5)
Space/Path Relationship and Level of Autonomy
79(1)
The Art of Joining Spaces
79(1)
Composing Systems of Spaces
80(3)
Spatial Approaches
83(1)
Review
84(5)
Summary
84(1)
Chapter Questions
85(1)
Exercises
86(3)
PART 2 ESTABLISHING THE DESIGN 89(62)
Understanding
91(28)
Instructional Objectives
91(2)
Context
93(7)
General Context
93(1)
Surroundings
94(2)
Building
96(4)
Internal Players
100(2)
Clients
100(1)
Users
101(1)
The Project Itself
102(15)
Project Type
102(7)
The Project's Parts and Their Functions
109(3)
Relationship among the Various Parts
112(2)
Synergy: Efficiency and Impact
114(1)
Capsule: Affordances
115(2)
Review
117(2)
Summary
117(1)
Chapter Questions
117(1)
Exercises
118(1)
Ideation
119(32)
Instructional Objectives
119(2)
The Search for Fit
121(1)
The Concept
122(11)
What is a Design Concept?
122(1)
Goals of Concepts
123(5)
Stages of Concept Generation
128(5)
Generating Concepts
133(3)
Considerations in Determining a System of Organization
133(3)
Diagrams
136(11)
Types of Diagrams Used for Organizational Concept Generation
136(2)
Graphics for Diagrams
138(2)
Diagram Development
140(1)
The Next Task of Design
140(1)
Capsule: Different Approaches to Libraries by Two Masters
141(2)
Capsule: The Quick Concept Diagram
143(1)
Case Study CS6: Sifting through Programmatic Complexity to Provide Clarity and Convenience: The Duchossois Center for Advanced Medicine
144(3)
Review
147(4)
Summary
147(1)
Chapter Questions
148(1)
Exercises
149(2)
PART 3 DEVELOPING THE DESIGN 151(108)
Order
153(32)
Instructional Objectives
153(2)
Order in Buildings
155(5)
Kinds of Order
155(2)
Levels of Order
157(1)
Experiencing Interior Spaces
158(1)
Factors that Facilitate Understanding and Orientation
158(2)
Designing for Order
160(21)
The Role of the Place Elements in Providing Order
160(2)
Promoting Project Understanding
162(6)
Space Composition and Order
168(7)
Order and Complexity
175(1)
Capsule: Complexity Order and Other Environmental Attributes
176(3)
Case Study: One Strong Design Manipulation and a Memorable Route Help Achieve Interest within an Established Order: APCOA/Standard Parking
179(2)
Review
181(4)
Summary
181(1)
Chapter Questions
182(1)
Exercises
182(3)
Enrichment
185(36)
Instructional Objectives
185(2)
Order and Enrichment
187(5)
A Case for Project Enrichment
188(1)
Intentionality
189(1)
Stimulation and Stability
190(1)
Enrichment in Building Interiors
191(1)
General Enrichment Strategies
192(8)
Variety
192(1)
Complexity
192(4)
Novelty
196(1)
Boldness
197(1)
Tension
197(1)
Ambiguity
198(1)
Pictorialness
199(1)
Activity Manipulation
199(1)
Enrichment When in Transit
200(13)
Sequence
200(2)
Events along the Route
202(1)
Qualities of the Path Itself
203(4)
Manipulation of Disclosure
207(4)
Capsule: Safety Versus Opportunity
211(2)
Enrichment While Stationary
213(5)
Facilitating the Task
214(3)
Case Study: A Case of Unconventionality: The Doane Pet Care Company Headquarters
217(1)
Review
218(3)
Summary
218(1)
Exercises
219(2)
Expression
221(38)
Instructional Objectives
221(2)
Expression in Design
223(5)
Expression
223(1)
Interpretation
223(2)
Interpretation and Meaning
225(1)
Spectrum of Expression
226(2)
Types of Expression
228(28)
Expression of Universal Human Experiences
228(2)
Expression of Contextual Factors
230(2)
Expression of Formal Design Properties and Assemblies
232(1)
Programmatic Necessities
233(1)
Identity
234(12)
Designer's Personal Expression
246(3)
Capsule: Seeking Expression and Meaning: Personal Philosophies
249(4)
Case Study: Western Detailing at El Dorado Grill
253(3)
Review
256(3)
Summary
256(1)
Chapter Questions
256(3)
PART 4 COMPLETING THE DESIGN 259(70)
Resolution
261(34)
Instructional Objectives
261(2)
Design Synthesis
263(2)
Resolution of the Plan
264(1)
Refinement beyond the Plan
264(1)
Sizing and Balancing Project Parts
265(27)
Scale
267(3)
Approaches to Scale
270(1)
Proportion
271(3)
Balance
274(6)
Unifying the Whole
280(1)
Unity
281(5)
Avoiding Dullness
286(1)
Capsule: Visual Harmony in Figural Compositions
287(3)
Case Study: Enriching a Project with a Straight-forward Floor Plan: A Professional Services Firm
290(2)
Review
292(3)
Summary
292(1)
Chapter Questions
292(3)
Modifiers of Interior Space
295(34)
Instructional Objectives
295(2)
Ambient Elements
297(11)
Lighting
297(7)
Acoustics
304(2)
Other Environmental Factors
306(2)
Interior Decorative Elements
308(12)
Finishes
308(3)
Color
311(5)
Capsule: Color, Image, and Lifestyle
316(3)
Ornament and Detail
319(1)
Protagonists of Place
320(5)
Truthfulness and Illusion
321(1)
Total Environmental Wholeness
322(1)
Mastery
322(1)
Case Study: Graphics, Colors, and Materials Providing Expression: Galter Medical Pavillion
323(2)
Review
325(4)
Summary
325(1)
Chapter Questions
326(3)
Appendix 1 329(8)
Eighteen Alternatives to the Proverbial Carpet Border
329(1)
Nine Alternatives to the Checkerboard Pattern
330(2)
Six Variations of the Eye-Level Decorative Tile Band
332(1)
Walls, Ceilings, and Columns
333(4)
Appendix 2 337(10)
Considerations for Office Design
337(3)
Work Processes and Space Planning
339(1)
Twenty Retail Store Partis
340(2)
The Art of Table Layout in Restaurants
342(5)
Name Index 347(2)
Subject Index 349

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