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INTERIOR DESIGN Catalog


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Everything designers need to create interior environments for Autism — from birth through adulthood When designing spaces for individuals with Autism, there are specific design strategies that can have a positive impact on special learning and sensory needs. Priced at $14.99 each, this three e-book series gives designers the exact information they need to implement these design strategies in their own projects. Projects covered relate specifically to the various age ranges from birth through adulthood, including high schools, residential group homes, and workplaces.

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Allen Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, 6th Edition • Meggs’ History of Graphic Design, 5th Edition Ching Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, 4th Edition • Harmon The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, 6th Edition Grondzik Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, 12th Edition

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GENERAL INTERIOR DESIGN

Sustainable Commercial Interiors, Second Edition

Interior Design Illustrated, Third Edition

Penny Bonda, Katie Sosnowchik with Summer Minchew

Francis D.K. Ching, Corky Binggeli FRANCIS D. K.

978-1-118-45629-3 • 2014

978-1-118-09071-8 • 2012

CHING

CO R KY B I NG GE L I

There’s a substantial amount of information designers and architects need to understand about sustainability and commercial projects, especially as expectations for professionals in the industry become clearer. Luckily, the Second Edition of Sustainable Commercial Interiors has been revamped to serve as a comprehensive guide for anyone looking to understand the latest in green and sustainable design. Fully revised throughout, this resource now includes frameworks based on the new LEED v4 rating system and provides fifteen brand-new case studies that document green design and building strategies for all types of projects. You’ll find information on materials, furnishings, finishes, product standards, and certifications, all designed to keep you in the know and prepare you for future ventures in sustainable design.

In this elegant new edition, Francis D.K. Ching takes his integrated approach to interior design several steps DESIGN ILLUSTRATED further. A highly functional and beautifully illustrated work, Interior Design Illustrated, Third Edition offers a thorough introduction to interior design, addressing the architectural requirements of interior spaces and the details of furnishing and interior finishes.

INTERIOR THIRD EDITION

CHING

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. 1: Interior Space. 2: Interior Design. 3: A Design Vocabulary. 4: Interior Building Elements. 5: Interior Environmental Systems. 6: Lighting and Acoustics. 7: Finish Materials. 8: Furnishings. Appendix. Glossary. Bibliography. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Designing Interiors, Second Edition

1. Sustainable Design: Past, Present, And Future. 2. Global Issues: An Overview. 3. Sites, Water, and Energy. 4. The Materials Maze. 5. The Indoor Environment. 6. The Tools of Our Trade. 7. The Business Case for Green Design. 8. Practicing What They Preach. 9. Substance and Style

Rosemary Kilmer, W. Otie Kilmer 978-1-118-02464-5 • 2014

Materials for Interior Environments, Second Edition Corky Binggeli 978-1-118-30635-2 • 2013

Engagingly written, highly detailed, and helpfully illustrated with more than 400 color and black-and-white illustrations, Materials for Interior Environments is a comprehensive guide to everything a designer needs to know about the materials available for interiors—from aesthetic qualities to manufacturing and fabrication, applications, installation and maintenance, and specifications for materials used in commercial and residential applications. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Part I Design Considerations, Chapter 1 Finish Selection and Specification, Chapter 2 Sustainable Design, Chapter 3 Existing Buildings, Part II Interior Materials, Chapter 4 Concrete and Cement-Based Materials, Chapter 5 Stone, Masonry, and Concrete Masonry Units, Chapter 6 Glass and Ceramics, Chapter 7 Wood and Wood Products, Chapter 8 Plaster and Gypsum Board, Chapter 9 Metals, Chapter 10 Synthetic Materials, Part III Finish Comparisons, Chapter 11 Paints and Coatings, Chapter 12 Fibers, Textiles, and Leather, Chapter 13 Floor Finishes, Chapter 14 Wall and Window Finishes Wall Finishes, Chapter 15 Ceiling Finishes General Considerations, Chapter 16 Millwork, Casework, and Furnishings, Glossary.

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This standard bearer, used by a generation of interior designers, is finally available in a Second Edition. Updated to reflect changes in the profession and crucial issues that have gained prominence, Designing Interiors, Second Edition now includes new information throughout on sustainability and green design, building codes, universal design, and building information modeling. The history section has also been expanded with additional coverage of non-Western design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Chapter 1: Interior Design, An Introduction, Chapter 2: The Origins Of Design, Chapter 3: The Evolution Of Modern Design, Chapter 4: The Basic Theories Of Design Composition, Chapter 5: Color And Light, Chapter 6: Design As A Process, Chapter 7: Programming Interior Spaces, Space Planning Of Residential Interiors, Chapter 9: Space Planning Of Commercial Interiors, Chapter 10: Environmental Concerns, Codes, And Regulations, Chapter 11: Interior Environmental Control And Support Systems, Chapter 12: Lighting For Interiors, Chapter 13: Materials: Characteristics And Applications, Chapter 14: Architectural Systems And Interior Finishes, Chapter 15: Interior Components, Chapter 16: Furniture, Chapter 17: Furnishings And Equipment, Chapter 18: Design Communication, Chapter 19: The Professional Practice Of Interior Design: Business And Management.

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Residential Interior Design: A Guide to Planning Spaces, Second Edition Maureen Mitton,Courtney Nystuen 978-0-470-58473-6 • 2011

BASIC SKILLS

Residential Interior Design A GUIDE TO PLANNING SPACES

Second Edition

Maureen Mitton Courtney Nystuen

Residential Interior Design, Second Edition teaches the fundamental skills that are needed to plan interior spaces for all types of homes, regardless of decorative styles, from remodeling to new construction. Taking a step-by-step approach, this valuable primer reviews all aspects of interior architecture as it relates to human factors and daily use.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Entrances And Circulation Spaces. Chapter 3: Leisure Spaces. Chapter 4: Kitchens. Chapter 5: Bedrooms. Chapter 6: Bathrooms. Chapter 7: Utility And Work Spaces. Chapter 8: Sample Project And Related Drawings. Chapter 9: Basic Residential Building Construction And Structure. Appendix A: Icgg, Leed, And Sustainability/Green Design Certifying Programs, Agencies, And Associations. Appendix B: Ansi/Fair Housing Bathrooms And Kitchens. Appendix C: Seated Wheelchair Dimensions. Appendix D: Outdoor Kitchens. Appendix E: European Cabinets. Appendix F: Seated And Standing Work Surfaces And Desks. Index.

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Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition

E D I T I O N

The Measure of Man & Woman: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition

Mark Karlen, James R. Benya, Christina Spangler

Alvin R. Tilley, Henry Dreyfuss Associates

978-0-470-47427-3 • 2012 M A R K K A R L E N J A M E S B E N Y A C H R I S T I N A S P A N G L E R

Two leading designers, both with decades of experience, offer straightforward coverage of concepts and techniques, and present realistic goals that can be used as guides to creating simple, typical lighting designs and when collaborating with professional designers on more complex projects. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Chapter 1: Introduction: How to Use This Book. Chapter 2: Basic Concepts in Lighting. Chapter 3: Qualities of Light Sources. Chapter 4: Daylighting. Chapter 5: Lamps. Chapter 6: Luminaires. Chapter 7: Lighting Controls. Chapter 8: Quantity of Light. Chapter 9: Quality of Light. Chapter 10: Lighting Design Approach. Chapter 11: Documenting Lighting Design. Chapter 12: Residential Lighting Design. Chapter 13: Workspace Lighting Design. Chapter 14: Classroom Lighting Design. Chapter 15: Healthcare Lighting Design. Chapter 16: Retail Lighting Design. Chapter 17 Hospitality Lighting Design. Chapter 18: Lighting for Common Spaces. Chapter 19: Outdoor Lighting Design. Chapter 20: Basic Lighting Retrofitting. Chapter 21: Professional Lighting Design. Appendix A: Computers in Lighting. Appendix B: Energy Code Calculations. Appendix C: Lighting in LEED. Bibliography. Index.

978-0-471-09955-0 • 2002

To work effectively—and successfully—designers (from architects to product designers) must understand the various body shapes and physical abilities of the population for which they design. Human factors research impacts everything from the height of kitchen counters to the placement of automobile pedals to a book’s type size. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Introduction, Human Factors: A Brief History, Anthropometry, The Elderly, Seating, Residential Space Considerations, Maintenance Access, Safety at Work and at Home, Vehicular Accommodation, Displays, Manual Controls, The Environment, Appendix A: Conversion Scales, Appendix B: Abbreviations, Appendix C: Anthropometric Terms, Bibliography, Index, Illustrations: Anatomical Planes and Orientations.

D R A W I N G & D E S I G N P R E S E N TAT I O N Manual Drafting for Interiors S. Christine Cavataio 978-0-470-87940-5 • 2012

S. Christine Cavataio

MANUAL DRAFTING

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INTERIORS

Manual Drafting for Interiors is an essential reference for interior designers learning how to manually draft scaled floor plans, elevations, sections, and three-dimensional drawings. Clearly explaining techniques and methods, it begins with an explanation of drafting tools and their various uses, and then presents instructions and illustrations that indicate how to complete increasingly more difficult drafting conventions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1 : Before Beginning. Chapter 2 : Getting Started. Chapter 3 : Understanding Orthographic Drawings. Chapter 4 : Learning Architectural Lettering. Chapter 6 : Adding Dimensions And Notes. Chapter 7 : Developing A Set Of Drawings. Chapter 8: Drafting Three-Dimensional Drawings.

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SIXTH EDITION

BASIC PERSPECTIV E DR AW ING A VISUAL APPROACH

Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, Sixth Edition

Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, Fourth Edition

Fourth Edition

John Montague

Architectural Drawing

978-1-118-13414-6 • 2013

Rendow Yee 978-1-118-01287-1 • 2012

A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods

This book introduces students, both those in formal design courses and self-learners, to the basic principles and techniques of perspective drawing. The clear and accessible illustrations show how to construct perspective views one step at a time. Illustrations are updated to reflect the most current drawing styles and examples. Supplementary tutorial videos will provide live-action demonstrations of some of the key topics discussed in the book. JOHN

MONTAGUE

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Overview, Rendering Perspective Views From Observed Reality, Plans, Elevations, And Paraline Projections, Constructing Perspective Views, Geometric Tools: Diagonals, Squares, And Cubes, Sloping Planes And Surfaces, Circles And Curved Surfaces, Shadows And Reflections, Freehand Sketching And Rapid Visualization, The Figure In Perspective, Shading And Rendering, Aerial Perspective, Appendix A: Examples Of Perspective Views, Appendix B: Notes On Studying And Teaching Perspective Drawing, Index.

Freehand Drawing & Discovery Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers

Freehand Drawing and Discovery: Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers

Architectural Drawing is the classic, comprehensive compendium of architectural drawing. Featuring examples Rendow Yee from many high-profile architects and firms, the nearly one thousand drawings and photos in this book illustrate all of the various types and methods of architectural drawing. The new Fourth Edition is fully updated throughout to cover all of the latest drawing methods and includes a new chapter on the convergence of digital and traditional drawing. Online instructor ancillaries will be offered. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, 1. Representational Drawing, 2. Diagramming and Conceptual Sketching, 3. Introduction to Digital/Manual Design-Drawing Interface, 4. Conventional Orthogonal Terminology, 5. Orthographic and Paraline Drawing, 6. Linear Perspective Drawing, 7. Light, Shade, and Shadow, 8. Presentation Formats 9. Introduction to Portfolio Building, Epilogue, Drawing Exercises, Appendix: Tool Fundamentals, Lettering, Line Types, Sections in Action, Bibliography, About the Author, Subject Index, Contributor Index, Website Contributor Index, Contents of Companion Website (www.wiley.com/go/yee), 10. Conventional and Computerized Representation in Color, 11. Interfacing Manual with Digital Media, Professional Office Example: Case Studies of Architects Antoine Predock and Zaha Hadid, 12. Interfacing Manual with Digital Media, Academic Studio Examples, Website Appendix.

James Richards

INCLUDES CD

978-1-118-23210-1 • 2013

This book uses an array of cross-disciplinary examples to help readers develop James Richards their drawing skills. Taking a “both/ Foreword by Francis D. K. Ching and” approach, this book provides step-by-step guidance on drawing tools and techniques and offers practical suggestions on how to use these skills in conjunction with digital tools on real-world projects. A series of video demonstrations reinforces the sketching techniques covered in the book.

Design Drawing, Second Edition Francis D. Ching, Steven P. Juroszek AIA

FRANCIS D. K. CHING

978-0-470-53369-7• 2011

W I T H S T E V E N P. J U R O S Z E K

DESIGN

Author and architecture educator Frank D.K. Ching shares his unique command of the visual language in this revised guide to drawing principles and techniques. Design Drawing is a comprehensive introduction to drawing and more—its innovative book-plus-CD-ROM package sheds new light on the relationship between perception, drawing, and design.

D R AW I N G SECOND EDITION

CHING

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword, Preface, Acknowledgments, Part 1: Learning a Language, Chapter 1: The Freehand Renaissance, Chapter 2: Nine Keys to Exploratory Drawing, Chapter 3: Elements and Entourage, Chapter 4: Creating Believable Worlds, Part 2: Urban Sketching, Chapter 5: Urban Sketching as Creative Fuel, Chapter 6: Capturing the Place, Part 3: Concept Sketching, Chapter 7: Capturing the Idea, Chapter 8: Digital Sketching, Chapter 9: What’s Next?

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Introduction, 1 Line and Shape, 2 Tone and Texture, 3 Form and Structure, 4 Space and Depth, 5 Pictorial Systems, 6 Multiview Drawings, 7 Paraline Drawings, 8 Perspective Drawings, 9 Speculative Drawing, 10 Diagraming, 11 Drawing Composition, 12 Presentation Drawing, Index, Preface to CD-ROM. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models, and Presentation Techniques, Fourth Edition Maureen Mitton 978-0-470-61902-5 • 2012

A G ui d e to G ra p h i c s, Mo d e l s, a n d P re se n ta ti o n Tec h n iq u es

This fully updated handbook presents the full range of styles and techniques used for interior design visual communication, from hand drawing to 3D computer modeling. Its accessible, how-to approach guides you through a variety of methods for executing creative and successful design graphics, models, and presentations. MAUREEN MITTON

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Introduction. 1: An Introduction to Drawing for Interior Design. 2: The Design Process and Related Graphics. 3: Paraline and Perspective Drawings. 4: Drawing and Sketching Interior Environments. 5: Digital Models and Drawings. 6: Rendering by Hand. 7: Digital Rendering. 8: Scale Models. 9: Presenting Materials and Finishes. 10: Making the Complete Presentation. Appendix 1: Materials, Tools, and Equipment for Manual Drafting and Drawing. Appendix 2: Blank Criteria Matrix. Appendix 3: Color Theory for Rendering. Index.

Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition Norman Crowe, Paul Laseau 978-0-470-90853-2 • 2011

This show-by-example sourcebook clearly illustrates proven methods and procedures for keeping a highly useful visual notebook. Visual Notes for Architects and Designers demonstrates how to make rapid, notational sketches that serve as visual records for future reference, as well as improve understanding and facilitate the development of ideas. It shows how to expand knowledge of a subject beyond what is gained through observation or verbal representation alone. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, 1. Introduction, 2. A Guide to Note-Taking, 3. A Journal, 4. A Collection of Visual Notes, 5. Transitions to Design, Conclusion, Appendix: Tools and Techniques, Endnotes, Illustration and Photo Credits, Bibliography, Index.

Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors: Basic Skills, Second Edition W. Otie Kilmer, Rosemary Kilmer

Portfolios for Interior Designers

978-0-470-19041-8 • 2009

Maureen Mitton 978-0-470-40816-2 • 2010

This highly illustrated introduction guides the interior designer through all of the steps needed to develop a professional portfolio. From an overview of basic elements and principles of graphic design to popular software used in portfolio development and creation, readers will get familiar with how Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator may be most useful for certain portfolio elements. Plus, readers will find extensive real world examples of portfolios, examples of cover letters and resumes, and a discussion of the job search process. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments, Part I: Building Blocks, One: Introduction, Two: Portfolio Development, Three: Graphic Design: An Overview, Four: Adobe Creative Suite Software and Portfolio Development, Five: Resumes and Related Correspondence, Part II: Examples, Six: Resumes and Related Correspondence, Seven: In the Mail and On the Web, Eight: Components from Complete Portfolios, APPENDIX ONE: Professional Voices, APPENDIX TWO: Personal Narrative Exercise, APPENDIX THREE: Portfolio Project Review and Inventory Worksheet, APPENDIX FOUR: The Pamphlet Stitch: Instructions, Index.

Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors serves as the essential reference for designers preparing interior construction documents, explaining how to do a new construction, remodeling, or installation project. In a highly visual format, the book covers drafting fundamentals and conventions; drawing types, plans, and schedules; and computer-aided design (CAD). With expanded coverage of the preparation and communication of construction documents in digital formats, drawing interior perspectives, and more, the text also serves as an invaluable study reference for the contract documents section of the NCIDQ exam. A new companion website supplies template grids for schedules and contract documents for practice exercises. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements. Introduction. PART 1: DRAWING COMMUNICATION, EQUIPMENT, FUNDAMENTALS, AND CLASSIFICATIONS SYSTEMS. Chapter 1: Drawing as Communication. Chapter 2: Drafting Equipment and Their Care. Chapter 3: Drawing and Drafting Fundamentals. Chapter 4: Drawing Classification Systems. PART 2: CONTRACT DOCUMENTS. Chapter 5: Specifications, Contracts, and Construction Drawings. Chapter 6: As-Built Drawings and Demolition Plans. Chapter 7: Floor Plans. Chapter 8: Fire and Life Safety Plans. Chapter 9: Elevations. Chapter 10: Sections. Chapter 11: Specialty Drawings. Chapter 12: Door and Window Schedules. Chapter 13: Finish Schedules and Finish Plans. Chapter 14: Furniture Installation Plans. Chapter 15: Furnishings and Equipment Plans. Chapter 16: Reflected Ceiling, Lighting, and Electrical Plans. Chapter 17: Mechanical and Plumbing Plans. Chapter 18: Reproduction Methods and Computers. Appendix A: MasterFormat™, 2004 Edition Level 2 Numbers and Titles. Appendix B: Example Numbering for Simple Interior Project Table of Contents. Appendix C: Sample ADA Guidelines. Appendix D: Abbreviations for Construction Drawings. Glossary. Index.

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Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, Second Edition

Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition

Jim Leggitt

Corky Binggeli

978-0-470-43548-9 • 2010

978-0-470-22847-0 • 2009

Drawing Shortcuts D E V E L O P I N G Q U I C K D R AW I N G S K I L L S U S I N G T O D AY ’ S T E C H N O L O G Y

Completely updated throughout, Drawing Shortcuts, Second Edition presents practical techniques for improving drawing efficiency and effectiveness by combining traditional hand drawing methods with the latest digital technology, including 3-D modeling. JIM LEGGITT , FA IA

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Acknowledgments, Introduction, Chapter 1 Traditional Drawing Types, Chapter 2 Drawing Composition, Chapter 3 Traditional Drawing Tools, Chapter 4 Traditional Coloring Tools, Chapter 5 Traditional Entourage Drawing, Chapter 6 Digital Drawing Tools, Chapter 7 Tradigital Drawing, Chapter 8 Drawing Gallery, Index.

Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, Fourth Edition Douglas Cooper 978-0-470-04716-3 • 2007

This landmark reference is the first text on building systems for interior designers. From heating and cooling systems, water and waste, electricity, lighting, interior transportation and communication systems, all of the mechanical and electrical systems that interior designers need to know are covered in a clear and accessible way. The technical knowledge and vocabulary presented here allow interior designers to communicate more effectively with architects, engineers, and contractors while collaborating on projects, leading to more accurate solutions for problems related to a broad range of other building considerations with an impact on interior design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: The Building and Its Environment. Part II: Structural Systems. Part III: Water Supply, Distribution, and Waste Systems. Part IV: Thermal Comfort: Heating and Cooling Systems. Part V: Electrical and Lighting Systems. Part VI: Fire Safety. Part VII: Acoustics.

Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, Third Edition

Drawing and Perceiving discusses the knowledge, rational thought, and analysis that should be part of each step in the drawing process. The combination of technique along with theory and analysis makes this book the intelligent guide to drawing. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Acknowledgments, Chapter 1. Engaging the Visual World, Chapter 2. The Order of Appearance, Chapter 3. When Order is Made, Appendix A. Perspective: Office Method, Appendix B. Perspective: One-Point Magic Method, Appendix C. Shadow Projection in Orthographic Views, Appendix D. Shadow Projection in Perspective Views, Bibliography, Glossary, Index, About the CD-Rom.

Drawing: A Creative Process Francis D. K. Ching 978-0-471-28968-5 • 1989

“Drawing relies on a clear vision. It also requires thought which, in, turn, builds understanding…. The knowledge and understanding gained through drawing from life directly enha nces our ability to draw from the imagination. Just as thought can be put into words, ideas can be made visible in a drawing to promote visual thinking and further stimulate the imagination.”—From the Preface TABLE OF CONTENTS Drawing: Process and Product. Line: The Essence of Drawing. Shape: The Definition of Form. Depth: The Art of Illusion. Envisioning: Drawing From Imagination. Speculation: Drawing and Creativity. Bibliography. Index.

Michael E. Doyle 978-0-471-74190-9 • 2006

A revision of this bestselling drawing book continues the tradition of offering a complete body of illustrated instruction that demonstrates the development of design ideas from initial concept through presentation drawing. Starting with simple, easy-to-grasp concepts, the content builds to offer step-by-step execution of complex illustrations. Versatile enough to be used as a textbook in a course or as a self-teaching tool, this new edition presents new and more efficient ways of creating color drawings by integrating both hand drawings and computer techniques. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments, Introduction, PART I. COLOR DRAWING FOR COMMUNICATION, 1. Initial Considerations, 2. Media and Paper, 3. Technique, 4. Elements, Materials, and Finishes, 5. Scale Elements: Figures and Automobiles, PART II. COLOR DRAWING FOR PRESENTATION, 6. Color and Composition in Illustration, 7. Approaches to Creating Color Design Drawings, 8. Digital Color Drawing, Glossary, Bibliography, Design Credits, Index.

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K I T C H E N & B AT H D E S I G N

The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) is the leading source of information and education for all professionals and educators in the field. NKBA is the only non-profit trade association dedicated exclusively to the kitchen and bath industry. Together with Wiley, NKBA proudly publishes the go-to references for both students and professional designers seeking technical and aesthetic information. Presented in full-color with the latest on universal and sustainable design, the NKBA Professional Resource Library includes the flagship books Bath Planning and Kitchen Planning, both available in completely revised print and digital editions.

Kitchen & Bath Products and Materials: Cabinetry, Equipment, Surfaces, Second Edition

Kitchen and Bath Design Principles: Elements, Form, Styles, Second Edition

Ellen Cheever

Nancy Wolford, Ellen Cheever

978-1-118-77529-5 • 2014 978-1-118-77528-8 • 2015

978-1-118-71568-0 • 2014

Kitchen and Bath Products and Materials describes the typical materials, equipment, and surfaces used in all facets of residential kitchen and bath design. Part of the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s Professional Resource Library, this comprehensive reference is fully updated and expanded to include new technologies, materials, and finishes, with considerations of sustainability throughout. Full-color illustrations and a revised design help visual learners better absorb the information, and the companion website provides an image bank and instructor’s guide for classroom use. Each chapter includes a summary and review questions, allowing readers to test their grasp of the material at every step. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Storage Systems: Cabinetry for the Kitchen, Bathroom, and Other Living Areas of the Home. 2. Appliance Types and Planning Considerations. 3. Fixture Materials. 4. Fixture Design and Planning Considerations. 5. Fitting Materials, Engineering, and Configuration. 6. Bathroom, Bathtub, and Shower Fitting Design and Engineering. 7. Surfacing Materials.

Kitchen and Bath Design Principles is The National Kitchen and Bath Association’s complete guide to uniting function and style in these important rooms. This fullcolor guide is heavily illustrated, with a revised layout and graphic design that presents information more clearly for visual learners. The updated Second Edition has been expanded to adhere more closely to the standards of interior design, including new information on unity, proportion, scale, and variety, plus a new glossary to clarify unfamiliar terms. Stylistic themes remain a major component, with emphasis on the architecture, furniture, styles, and fashions of each era, and all technical and aesthetic information is presented in clear, concise language. The companion website features a teacher’s guide and image bank that facilitate use in the classroom, providing additional examples of design principles in action. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. A Brief History Of Kitchen And Bathroom Design. 2. The Basics Of Design: Creating Customized Design. 3. The Elements Of Design. 4. The Principles Of Design Balance. 5. Historic Style Influences To The Late 19th Century. 6. Historic Style Influences, Late 19th Century And Beyond. 7. Other Design Influences And Eclectic Design.

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Kitchen and Bath Lighting

Kitchen & Bath Sustainabile Design: Conservation, Materials, Practices

Dan Blitzer, Tammy Mackay 978-1-118-45454-1 • 2015

Kitchen & Bath Sustainable Design is the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s complete guide to “greening” these important rooms. The first book to focus exclusively on kitchen and bath sustainability, this full-color guide covers every consideration for both remodels and new construction, making it a handy reference for any kitchen and bath professional. Case studies of award-winning projects demonstrate how space, budget, and sustainability can come together to create beautiful, functional, efficient rooms, and illustrations throughout provide visual examples of the techniques discussed. The book includes information on greening one’s practice for the client’s benefit, plus an appendix of additional resources and instructional materials for classroom use.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. How We See. 2. Seeing Materials. 3. Seeing the Space and Each Other 4. Seeing the Work. 5. Seeing as We Age. 6. Speaking about Lighting 7. Sustainable Lighting. 8. The Importance of Daylight. 9. Schematic Design. 10. Choosing Electric Light Sources. 11. Comparing Electric Light Sources. 12. Light Fixtures. 13. Applying Lighting Controls. 14. Design Development. 15. Documenting the Lighting Design. 16. Getting Lighting Built.

1. Understanding The Need For Sustainable Design. 2. What Defines Sustainability? 3. Sustainable Construction. 4. Indoor Air Quality. 5. Materials, Appliances, and Fixtures. 6. Creating an Environmentally Sustainable Design Practice.

Margaret Krohn, NKBA 978-1-118-56874-3 • 2014

NKBA

Kitchen and Bath Design Presentation is the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s complete guide to preparing clear and accurate project documents and plans. This updated Second Edition has been expanded to include more information on hand drafting, specifications, and project presentation, with additional CAD coverage featuring software programs approved for the NKBA certification exams. This full-color guide includes detailed information on the NKBA graphics and presentation standards, plus extensive reference appendices including sample documents, cabinet nomenclature, and metric conversions. Each chapter includes a summary and review questions, and samples of NKBA drawings throughout provide ample illustration of the techniques discussed.

978-1-118-43910-4 • 2013

This revised edition of Residential Construction and Kitchen & Bath Systems combines the thorough guides to typical North American building systems for homes for the kitchen and bath industry into one comprehensive, expanded volume, completely updated and revised throughout. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Building Team. 2. Codes And Permits. 3. Designing Healthy Houses. 4. Maximizing Energy Efficiency. 5. Using Natural Energies. 6. Foundations. 7. Floors. 8. Exterior Walls. 9. Doors And Windows. 10. Roofs. 11. Interior Walls And Ceilings. 12. Interior Surfaces. 13. Heating Systems. 14. Cooling Systems. 15. Maintaining Healthy Indoor Air. 16. Household Water Supply. 17. Drainage Systems. 18. Kitchen And Bath Equipment. 19. Electrical Systems. 20. Lighting.

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Kitchen & Bath Design Presentation: Drawing, Plans, Digital Rendering, Second Edition

Kitchen & Bath Residential Construction and Systems, Second Edition

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Amanda Davis, Robin Fisher

Co-published by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), Kitchen and Bath Lighting is the go-to resource for designing, planning, and installing light in residential kitchen and bath projects. Full color illustrations throughout the book make Kitchen and Bath Lighting a visually absorbing experience. This beautiful volume begins with the basics of light, color, and vision, progressing from there through every stage of the residential lighting design process. With special attention to sustainability and lighting for older eyes, this book contains the information you need to know about the latest trends impacting the lighting industry. Because the NKBA established the standard kitchen and bath guidelines for both new construction and remodels, Kitchen and Bath Lighting is aligned with the practices that are in high demand. This book is also an excellent choice for anyone hoping to obtain credentials as a Certified Kitchen Designer or Certified Bath Designer.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. NKBA Drawings and Documents. 2. Measuring the Design Space. 3. The Tools and Techniques of Hand Drafting. 4. Drafting Conventions: Line Types, Symbols, And Techniques. 5. The NKBA Floor Plan: Drafting and Dimensioning the Plan. 6. NKBA Drawings In a Set Of Plans. 7. Using the Computer to Design Kitchens and Baths. 8. NKBA’s Graphics and Presentation Standards.

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K I T C H E N & B AT H D E S I G N

Bath Planning: Guidelines, Codes, Standards, Second Edition

Kitchen Planning: Guidelines, Codes, Standards, Second Edition

NKBA

NKBA

978-1-118-36248-8 • 2013

978-1-118-36762-9 • 2013

Bath Planning is the most authoritative resource available on the subject, containing everything a professional needs to know to design a safe, functional, effective, and attractive bath. Based on the NBKA’s Kitchen and Bathroom Planning Guidelines and the related Access Standards, this Second Edition has been completely revised and redesigned throughout, with new full-color photographs and illustrations and a special emphasis on client needs, research, and references to industry information.

Kitchen Planning is an essential reference for any designer working in the kitchen field, containing everything a professional needs to know to design kitchens that are convenient, functional, and efficient, and that meet the needs of today’s lifestyles. Based on the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s Kitchen and Bathroom Planning Guidelines and the related Access Standards, this Second Edition has been completely revised and redesigned throughout, with new full-color photographs and illustrations and a special emphasis on client needs, research, and references to industry information.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Bathroom History, Research, and Trends. 2. Infrastructure Considerations. 3. Environmental and Sustainability Considerations. 4. Human Factors and Universal Design Foundation. 5. Assessing Needs. 6. Bathroom Planning. 7. Mechanical Planning. 8. Accessibility in Practice. 9. More Than a Bathroom. 10. Putting It All Together.

Kitchen & Bath Business and Project Management, with Website, Second Edition NKBA

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Kitchen History and Trends. 2. Kitchen Design Research. 3. Infrastructure Considerations. 4. Environmental Considerations. 5. Human Factors And Universal Design Implications. 6. Assessing Needs. 7. Kitchen Planning. 8. Mechanical Planning. 9. More Than A Kitchen. 10. A Closer Look At Your Client. 11. Putting It All Together. 12. Kitchen Planning Guidelines With Access Standards.

Kitchen and Bath Design: A Guide to Planning Basics Mary Fisher Knott 978-0-470-39200-3 • 2010

978-1-118-43912-8 • 2013

Kitchen & Bath Business Project Management, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide to professional practice for the kitchen and bath professional. This onestop reference is based on the real-world experiences of kitchen and bath experts to ensure success in business and professional life. TABLE OF CONTENTS  . Getting Started. 2. Planning Your Business. 3. Business Start-up Issues. 1 4. Accounting and Record Keeping. 5. Financial Controls. 6. Protecting Your Business. 7. Basic Tax Management. 8. The Basics of Human Resource (People) Management. 9. Human Resource Management—After the Decision Is Made. 10. Marketing. 11. Professional and Profitable Project Management. 12. Responsibilities of the Business Owner/Manager. 13. Responsibilities of Designer of Record. 14. Managing Client Expectations and the Job Site. 15. Industry Standards for Molding Order Procedures and Cabinet Installation.

Written by a leading expert in inteKITCHEN AND BATH rior design, Kitchen and Bath Design uses three-dimensional drawings A Guide to Planning Basics and corresponding photographs to deliver valuable information that is critical when it comes to planning, designing, specifying, estimating, building, pricing, or evaluating a kitchen or bathroom.

DESIGN MARY FISHER KNOTT, CID

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Introduction. Who Are Residential Space Planners? Overview of Book. Kitchen Design Principles. Bath Design Principles. 1: Design Basics. 2: Basic Construction Methods for Kitchens and Baths. 3: Universal and Ergonomic Design. 4: Kitchen Design Basics. 5: Appliances. 6: Cabinetry. 7: Bath Design Basics. 8: Plumbing. 9: Electrical and Lighting Basics. 10: Mechanical Applications. 11: Surfaces. Natural Stone. Summary. Appendix. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

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INTERIOR DESIGN CODES

The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Sixth Edition

Study Guide for The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Sixth Edition

Sharon Koomen Harmon, Katherine E. Kennon

Sharon Koomen Harmon, Katherine E. Kennon

978-1-118-80936-5 • 2014

978-1-118-80941-9 • 2014

The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Sixth Edition is the standards reference of choice for designers and architects, and the only guide devoted exclusively to codes applicable to interiors. With jargon-free explanations of all standards and regulations of concern to designers and architects, the book takes readers step-by-step through the codes relevant to each stage in the design process. The updated Sixth Edition features the latest information on fire codes, performance codes, building and finish standards, energy codes, and accessibility regulations, plus enhanced illustrations that clearly demonstrate how codes apply in real-life scenarios. Interior designers, architects, and facility managers need a basic understanding of the various codes involved with building interiors. These codes are updated on a continuous basis, and professionals must stay on top of new requirements and upcoming codes processes. The Codes Guidebook for Interiors is a complete reference, organized by stage for easy navigation, and comprehensive enough for use as a review for the NCIDQ and ARE exams. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. About The Codes. 2. Occupancy Classifications and Loads. 3. Construction Types and Building Sizes. 4. Means of Egress. 5. Fire and Smoke Resistant Assemblies. 6. Fire-Protection Systems. 7. Plumbing and Mechanical Requirements. 8. Electrical and Communication Requirements. 9. Finish and Furniture Selection. 10. Code Officials and The Code Process. Appendix A: Accessibility and the ADA. Appendix B: Sustainability. Appendix C: Existing and Historic Buildings. Appendix D: Family Residences.

The Codes Guidebook for Interiors is the industry’s reference of choice, with complete coverage of all codes and standards that apply to interiors. This Study Guide provides a thorough review of The Codes Guidebook, complete with practice questions, code tables, and checklists, helping designers and architects prepare for the NCIDQ and ARE exams. Designed as a companion to The Codes Guidebook 6th Edition, this guide covers the latest requirements, standards, terminology, and federal regulations, including the 2012 ICC, changes to the ADA standards, and ICC/ ASI requirements—as well as expanded information on green construction. Readers get the opportunity to test their understanding of interior codes and think more deeply about real-world applications. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Section 1: Key Terms by Chapter. Section 2: Short-Answer Questions. Section 3: Study Problems. Section 4: Answers to Short-Answer Questions. Section 5: Answers to Study Problems

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MATERIALITY and Interior Construction

Materiality and Interior Construction Nancy Gesimondo, Jim Postell 978-0-470-44544-0 • 2011

Materiality and Interior Construction is a comprehensive reference manual of building and decorative materials and finishes, and how they are put together in construction assemblies by introducing the properties, conditions, and attributes of a wide range of materials used by architects and interior designers. TABLE OF CONTENTS Nancy Gesimondo • Jim Postell

Preface. Acknowledgements. Foreword. Chapter 1: Why Materials Matter. Chapter 2: Flooring. Chapter 3: Walls, Partitions, And Vertical Components. Chapter 4: Ceilings. Chapter 5: Millwork. Appendix: Material Matters. Notes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

RESIDENTIAL Residential Interior Design: A Guide to Planning Spaces, Second Edition Maureen Mitton, Courtney Nystuen 978-0-470-58473-6 • 2011

BASIC SKILLS

Residential Interior Design A GUIDE TO PLANNING SPACES

Second Edition

Maureen Mitton Courtney Nystuen

The only introduction to residential interior design focusing on space planning, Residential Interior Design goes beyond decorating books to uncover the relationship of interior design to the totality of the architectural environment. This one-stop reference supplies the basic information the designer needs to plan specific rooms and deals with the issues that the designer will likely encounter. Accessibility and related building codes are considered in tandem with human factors and dimensions of fixtures and furnishings, all reflecting good design practice.

Sustainable Residential Interiors, 2nd Edition Associates III, Annette Stelmack

SUSTAINABLE RESIDENTIAL INTERIORS

978-1-118-60368-0 • 2014

ANNETTE K. STELMACK

As college campuses and workplaces turn their attention to minimizing carbon footprints, sustainable design is an increasingly fashionable aspect of interior design and architecture. Sustainable Residential Interiors focuses on implementing “Green” design practices and technologies that improve indoor environmental quality. This update to the prize-winning 1st Edition features extensive information on certifications, standards, and materials in compliance with the new LEED v4 rating system. Forward-thinking students and professionals who recognize the growing emphasis on “Green” initiatives will gain the latest information on sustainable design in this book. ASSOCIATES III

KARI FOSTER · DEBBIE HINDMAN

SECOND EDITION

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Entrances And Circulation Spaces. Chapter 3: Leisure Spaces. Chapter 4: Kitchens. Chapter 5: Bedrooms. Chapter 6: Bathrooms. Chapter 7: Utility And Work Spaces. Chapter 8: Sample Project And Related Drawings. Chapter 9: Basic Residential Building Construction And Structure. Appendix A: Icgg, Leed, And Sustainability/Green Design Certifying Programs, Agencies, And Associations. Appendix B: Ansi/Fair Housing Bathrooms And Kitchens. Appendix C: Seated Wheelchair Dimensions. Appendix D: Outdoor Kitchens. Appendix E: European Cabinets. Appendix F: Seated And Standing Work Surfaces And Desks. Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Why Be Sustainable?. 2. Inspiring Stories. 3. Inspiring Projects. 4. Healthy Interiors. 5. Greening Projects. 6. Greening Specifications. 7. Green Building Rating Systems. 8. Certifications & Standards. 9. Concrete. 10. Masonry. 11. Metals. 12. Wood and Composites. 13. Openings: Doors and Windows. 14. Finishes. 15. Specialties. 16. Equipment: Appliances and Office Equipment. 17. Mechanical: Plumbing. 18. Electrical: Lighting and Light Fixtures. 19. Furnishings. 20. Green Business Development. 21. Sustaining Life. 22. What’s Next.

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LIGHTING

Interior Lighting for Designers, Fifth Edition

S E C O N D

E D I T I O N

Gary Gordon

Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition Mark Karlen, James R. Benya, Christina Spangler

978-0-470-11422-3 • 2014

This book, originally authored by James Nuckolls, is widely recognized as one of the most valuable primers on INTERIOR LIGHTING lighting.  It thoroughly covers all of FOR DESIGNERS | GARY GORDON the fundamentals of lighting design, and also serves as a handy reference for professional designers. The Fifth Edition is more comprehensive than ever, with new information on LED, energy efficiency, and other new issues.  In addition, more information is supplied for drawing ceiling floor plans and the application of designs to specific types of interiors projects. FIFTH EDITION

TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1 The Lighting Design Process, Chapter 2 Perception and Vision, Chapter 3 Light and Health, Chapter 4 Psychology of Light, Chapter 5 Patterns of Brightness, Chapter 6 Color of Light, Chapter 7 Measurement of Light, Chapter 8 Daylight, Chapter 9 Incandescent and Halogen Lamps, Chapter 10 Low-Intensity Discharge Lamps.

978-0-470-47427-3 • 2012 M A R K K A R L E N J A M E S B E N Y A C H R I S T I N A S P A N G L E R

Two leading designers, both with decades of experience, offer straightforward coverage of concepts and techniques, and present realistic goals that can be used as guides to creating simple, typical lighting designs and when collaborating with professional designers on more complex projects. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Chapter 1: Introduction: How to Use This Book. Chapter 2: Basic Concepts in Lighting. Chapter 3: Qualities of Light Sources. Chapter 4: Daylighting. Chapter 5: Lamps. Chapter 6: Luminaires. Chapter 7: Lighting Controls. Chapter 8: Quantity of Light. Chapter 9: Quality of Light. Chapter 10: Lighting Design Approach. Chapter 11: Documenting Lighting Design. Chapter 12: Residential Lighting Design. Chapter 13: Workspace Lighting Design. Chapter 14: Classroom Lighting Design. Chapter 15: Healthcare Lighting Design. Chapter 16: Retail Lighting Design. Chapter 17 Hospitality Lighting Design. Chapter 18: Lighting for Common Spaces. Chapter 19: Outdoor Lighting Design. Chapter 20: Basic Lighting Retrofitting. Chapter 21: Professional Lighting Design. Appendix A: Computers in Lighting. Appendix B: Energy Code Calculations. Appendix C: Lighting in LEED. Bibliography. Index.

M AT E R I A L S Materials for Interior Environments, Second Edition

MATERIALITY and Interior Construction

Corky Binggeli

Materiality and Interior Construction Nancy Gesimondo, Jim Postell 978-0-470-44544-0 • 2011

978-1-118-30635-2 • 2013

Engagingly written, highly detailed, and helpfully illustrated with more than 400 color and black-and-white illustrations, Materials for Interior Environments is a comprehensive guide to everything a designer needs to know about the materials available for interiors—from aesthetic qualities to manufacturing and fabrication, applications, installation and maintenance, and specifications for materials used in commercial and residential applications. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Part I Design Considerations, Chapter 1 Finish Selection and Specification, Chapter 2 Sustainable Design, Chapter 3 Existing Buildings, Part II Interior Materials, Chapter 4 Concrete and Cement-Based Materials, Chapter 5 Stone, Masonry, and Concrete Masonry Units, Chapter 6 Glass and Ceramics, Chapter 7 Wood and Wood Products, Chapter 8 Plaster and Gypsum Board, Chapter 9 Metals, Chapter 10 Synthetic Materials, Part III Finish Comparisons, Chapter 11 Paints and Coatings, Chapter 12 Fibers, Textiles, and Leather, Chapter 13 Floor Finishes, Chapter 14 Wall and Window Finishes Wall Finishes, Chapter 15 Ceiling Finishes General Considerations, Chapter 16 Millwork, Casework, and Furnishings, Glossary.

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Materiality and Interior Construction is a comprehensive reference manual of building and decorative materials and finishes, and how they are put together in construction assemblies by introducing the properties, conditions, and attributes of a wide range of materials used by

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgements. Foreword. Chapter 1: Why Materials Matter. Chapter 2: Flooring. Chapter 3: Walls, Partitions, And Vertical Components. Chapter 4: Ceilings. Chapter 5: Millwork. Appendix: Material Matters. Notes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

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SketchUp for Interior Design: 3D Visualizing, Designing, and Space Planning

Architectural Design Architectural Design with with SketchUp

Component-Based Modeling, Plugins, Rendering and Scripting

SketchUp: ComponentBased Modeling, Plugins, Rendering, and Scripting

Lydia Sloan Cline

Alexander C. Schreyer

978-1-118-62769-3 • 2014

978-1-118-12309-6 • 2012

Already widely used by architects and landscape architects, SketchUp is increasingly finding a place in an interior designer’s workflow. SketchUp for Interior Design is an ideal introduction for both interior design professionals and students who are interested in learning how to utilize SketchUp for their unique set of needs. Clear explanations and illustrations in each chapter guide the reader from basic to more complex topics. Bonus material such as downloadable models and tutorial videos enhance understanding for both students and professionals.

This one-stop resource for architects, designers, and builders provides the novice with the knowledge needed to go beyond the basics and fully Alexander C. Schreyer take advantage of Google SketchUp as a powerful tool. After a quick SketchUp refresher, the book covers: component-based modeling for assembly, scheduling, collaborative design, and modeling with a BIM approach; using plugins for modeling, fabrication, data integration, and analysis (energy efficiency, etc.); and rendering in Sketchup, enhancing with Photoshop, and combining with hand-drawn content.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword, Chapter 1: What Is SketchUp and How Do Interior Designers Use It?, Chapter 2: Getting Started, Chapter 3: Exploring the Interface, Chapter 4: Modeling Furniture, Cabinetry and Accessories, Chapter 5: Drafting, Modeling and Furnishing a Floor Plan, Chapter 6 Modeling a Two-Story House Interior, Chapter 7 Painting with Colors, Textures and Photo-Matching, Chapter 8 Enhancing and Presenting the Model, Chapter 9 Plug-ins and LayOut.

Acknowledgments, Chapter 1: Introduction 1, Chapter 2: A SketchUp Refresher, Chapter 3: Using SketchUp to Inform Your Designs, Chapter 4: Using Plugins Effectively, Chapter 5: Rendering in SketchUp, Chapter 6: Creating Geometry Using Ruby Scripting, Appendix A: SketchUp Quick Reference Cards, Appendix B: Ruby Class and Method Reference, Appendix C: SketchUp API Class and Method Reference, Appendix D: Creating Your Own Plugins, RBZ Plugin File Structure, Plugin Template Structure, Appendix E: Dynamic Component Function Reference, Index.

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RENDERING IN SKETCHUP

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Rendering in SketchUp: From Modeling to Presentation for Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design Daniel Tal 978-0-470-64219-1 • 2013

Daniel Tal, author of the well-respected SketchUp for Site Design, offers Rendering in SketchUp to teach SketchUp users how to generate photorealistic images using Integrated Rendering Programs. Readers will learn a step-by-step process to prepare models for rendering and use integrated rendering programs to create graphic images. Richly illustrated in full-color with sequential tutorials, this must-have guide for SketchUp users offers complete coverage on how to generate photorealistic images using Integrated Rendering Programs. D A N I E L TA L

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments, Part 1 Overview and Concepts, Chapter 1: Introduction to Rendering in SketchUp 2, Chapter 2: Contents and Extended Features, Chapter 3: The Rendering Process, Chapter 4: How Rendering Works, Chapter 5: Learning to Look, Part 2 Textures, Chapter 6: Textures Overview, Chapter 7: The Texture Library, Chapter 8: The SketchUp Texture Tools, Chapter 9: Apply, Assess, and Adjust, Chapter 10: Editing Textures in an External Photo Editor, Part 3 Modeling Detail, Chapter 11: An Overview of Modeling Detail, Chapter 12: The Detailing Tools, Chapter 13: Component Details, Chapter 14: Organizing the Model, Chapter 15: Camera Scenes, Composition, and Backdrops, Chapter 16: Advanced Detailing, Part 4 Setting Light with Shadows, Chapter 17: The Shadow Menu, Chapter 18: Composing Light, Part 5 The Iterative Rendering Process, Chapter 19: A Rendering Overview, Chapter 20: Steps of the Iterative Rendering Process, Chapter 21: Texture Values, Chapter 22: Image Resolution, Chapter 23: Exterior Light, Chapter 24: Simulated Lighting, Part 6 Shaderlight by ArtVPS, Chapter 25: Introduction to Shaderlight, Chapter 26: Shaderlight Iterative Rendering Settings, Chapter 27: Shaderlight Texture Settings, Chapter 28: Shaderlight Exterior Lighting and Backdrops, Chapter 29: Shaderlight Simulated Lighting, Chapter 30: Shaderlight Special Features, Part 7 The Photoshop, Chapter 31: Postproduction Effects, Chapter 32: Detailed Postproduction, Part 8 Anatomy of a Rendering, Chapter 33: Building the Base Model, Chapter 34: Building Detail, Chapter 35: Interior Detail, Chapter 36: Site Detail, Chapter 37: Scenes, Chapter 38: Setting Light with Shadows, Chapter 39: The Iterative Rendering Process for Exterior Scenes, Chapter 40: The Iterative Rendering Process for Interior Scenes, Chapter 41: Postproduction of Exterior Scene, Index.

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PROFESSIONAL PR AC TICE

PHYLLIS HARBINGER, ASID, A S I D , N C I DQ DQ

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Interior Design

PRODUCTIVITY

The Interior Design Productivity Toolbox: Checklists and Best Practices to Manage Your Workflow Phillis Harbinger 978-1-118-68043-8 • 2014

TOOLBOX

Design is only part of an interior designer’s job—you’re also responsible for scheduling ✓ Checklists and Best PracticesƋŅa±Ĺ±čå¥ŅƚųœŅųĩāŅƵ client meetings, conducting design surveys, creating drawings and specs, and overseeing installation. Multiply by the number of projects on your plate, and you have a recipe for overwhelming disorganization. The Interior Design Productivity Toolbox helps you juggle multiple projects with ease, with a comprehensive selfmanagement system tailored to the needs of interior designers and decorators.

Design Thinking for Interiors

Design Thinking for Interiors: Inquiry, Experience, Impact Joy H. Dohr, Margaret Portillo 978-0-470-56901-6 • 2011

Written by renowned scholars Joy Dohr and Margaret Portillo, I N Q U I R Y + E X P E R I E N C E + I M PA C T the book brings interior design Joy Dohr Margaret Portillo theory and research to life utilizing a narrative inquiry approach that offers highly accessible coverage of the interior design world as it exists today. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in keeping abreast of interior design in the twenty-first century. TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part One: Beginning a Project: Meetings and Surveys. 1. Meetings. 2. Residential and Contract Surveys. Part Two: Drawings. 3. Residential and Contract Drawings. 4. Residential Specifications. 5. Contract Specifications. Part Four: Renovations. 6. Residential and Contract Renovations.

Professional Practice for Interior Designers, Fifth Edition

the interior

Christine M. Piotrowski

The most comprehensive business guide for designers, Professional Practice for Interior Designers has been used by tens of thousands of aspiring designers and working professionals since it was first published in 1989. From establishing a practice, design contracts, fees, financial management, project management, contract administration, and career options, the reader progresses through all aspects of the business, whether in a small or a large firm. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Acknowledgments, 1. Interior Design as a Profession, 2. Professional Advancement, 3. Ethics and Professional Conduct, 4. Legal Responsibilities, 5. Where Do Designers Work?, 6. Project Compensation and Design Fees, 7. Preparing Design Contracts, 8. Product Pricing, 9. The Selling of Goods: The Uniform Commercial Code and Warranties, 10. Trade Sources, 11. The Project Management Process, 12. Contract Documents and Specifications, 13. Contract Administration: Construction and Order Processing, 14. Contract Administration: Delivery and Project Closeout, 15. Creating and Managing an Interior Design Practice, 16. Advice and Counsel, 17. Preparing the Business Plan, 18. Business Formations,19. Business Legal Filings and Licenses, 20. Strategic Planning: Designing the Future, 21. Money Management, 22. Fundamentals of Marketing, 23. Promotional Basics, 24. Promotional Tools and Methods, 25. Selling Strategies, 26. Design Presentations, 27. Employee Management, 28. Goals and Career Options, 29. The Job Search, 30. On the Job, Appendix, Glossary, Resources, Index.

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A COMPLETE GUIDE TO P R O F I TA B I L I T Y

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Preface. Acknowledgments. List of Narratives. Chapter 1: Introduction to Design Engagement. Chapter 2: Why Narrative Inquiry? Chapter 3: Impact Marker: Process of Engagement. Chapter 4: Impact Marker: Contextual Civility. Chapter 5: Impact Marker: Empathy. Chapter 6: Impact Marker: Place Identity. Chapter 7: Impact Marker: Innovation. Chapter 8: Impact Marker: Maturation. Chapter 9: An Epilogue Integrating Impact Markers. Chapter 10: Using a Narrative Approach. Summary. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index.

fifth edition

The Interior Design Business Handbook: A Complete Guide to Profitability, Fifth Edition Mary V. Knackstedt 978-1-118-13987-5 • 2012

This revised edition is an essential guide to starting and managing an interior design business, with updated content on firm management in a changing economy and additional information on implementing current business trends in an interior design practice. New or revised content includes client development/marketing, building a brand, social networking, internet marketing, and much more. MARY V. KNACKSTEDT FASID, FIIDA

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments Chapter 1: Finding Your Place in Interior Design. Chapter 2: Starting or Changing Your Business Type or Structure. Chapter 3: Planning for Profit and Growth. Chapter 4: Setting Up a Design Studio. Chapter 5: The Design Team. Chapter 6: Business Development. Chapter 8: Succeeding in Project Management. Chapter 9: Working with Sources and Contractors. Chapter 10: Managing Your Office. Chapter 11: Managing and Securing Your Financial Position. Chapter 12: Growing Your Firm and Your Professional Skills. Epilogue. Appendix.

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Becoming an Interior Designers: A Guide to Careers in Design, Second Edition

Make Space: How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration Scott Doorley, Scott Witthoft, Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University, David Kelley

Christine M. Piotrowski 978-0-470-11423-0 • 2008

978-1-118-14372-8 • 2012

Interior design encompasses the design of residential and commercial spaces. It is a profession that has changed dramatically in the last 40 years, shifting from decoration to a mastery of technical information. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Acknowledgments, 1 An Introduction to the Interior Design Profession, 2 Educational Preparation, 3 Where the Jobs Are, 4 Design Specialties, 5 The Design Process, 6 Interior Design as a Business, 7 The Future, Interior Design Resources, CIDA-Accredited Interior Design Programs in the United States and Canada, Interior Design References, Interior Designers, Index.

Fourth Edition

Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models and Presentation Techniques, 4th Edition Maureen Mitton 978-0-470-61902-5 • 2012

A Gu i d e t o G r ap h i c s, M o d el s, an d Pr esen t at i o n Te c h n i q u e s

This fully updated handbook presents the full range of styles and techniques used for interior design visual communication, from hand drawing to 3D computer modeling. Its accessible, how-to approach guides you through a variety of methods for executing creative and successful design graphics, models, and presentations. MAUREEN MITTON

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Introduction. 1: An Introduction to Drawing for Interior Design. 2: The Design Process and Related Graphics. 3: Paraline and Perspective Drawings. 4: Drawing and Sketching Interior Environments. 5: Digital Models and Drawings. 6: Rendering by Hand 7: Digital Rendering. 8: Scale Models. 9: Presenting Materials and Finishes 10: Making the Complete Presentation. Appendix 1: Materials, Tools, and Equipment for Manual Drafting and Drawing. Appendix 2: Blank Criteria Matrix. Appendix 3: Color Theory for Rendering. Index.

How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration Scott Doorley & Scott Witthoft

Based on the work of the Stanford school’s Environment’s Collaborative, Creative Spaces is filled with concrete ways to alter space to enhance creativity and collaboration.  Highlights the details that matter when designing space to support creative teams, the book will become the tattered, perennial favorite cookbook that people turn to when concocting the perfect alchemy of people, place, space and things. With a Foreword by David Kelley

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword, Preface, 1. Instructions, 2. Tools, 3. Situations, 4. Insights, 5. Design Template, 6. Space Studies, Index.

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for Designers Christine M. Piotrowski 978-0-470-53671-1 • 2011

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for Designers puts the reader on the correct path to a solutions-oriented practice. Using her trademark accessible and conversational approach, Christine Piotrowski guides readers through the process of how the working designer solves problems and makes decisions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Thinking Critically. Chapter 2: Design As Process. Chapter 3: Problem Definition And Analysis. Goals And Objectives. Chapter 4: Asking Questions. The Purpose Of Asking Questions. Chapter 5: Looking For Answers: Research Methodologies. Chapter 6: Decision Making. Chapter 7: Ethical Decision Making. Conclusion. For Discussion. References. Index.

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HISTORY OF INTERIOR DESIGN

John Pile & Judith Gura

History of Interior Design, Fourth Edition John Pile, Judith Gura 978-1-118-40351-8 • 2013

A companion to John Pile’s survey, this bestselling history of interior design has been revised and expanded. This standard history now reflects greater coverage of non-Western design, as well as vernacular and residential interiors.  More consideration of sustainable design also makes History of Interior Design the most relevant text available. This lavishly illustrated book will be of interest to anyone who appreciates interior design as well as antiques, furniture design, textiles, decorative objects and the general evolution of the space where we work and live. Fourth Edition

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface, 1 Prehistory to Early Civilizations, 2 Classical Civilizations: Greece and Rome, 3 Early Christian, Byzantine, and Romanesque, 4 Islamic and Asian Traditions, 5 The Later Middle Ages, 6 The Renaissance in Italy, 7 Baroque and Rococo in Italy and Northern Europe, 8 Renaissance, Baroque, and Rococo in France and Spain, 9 Renaissance to Georgian in The Low Countries and England, 10 Colonial and Federal America, 11 The Regency, Revivals, and Industrial Revolution, 12 The Victorian Era, 13 The Aesthetic Movements, 14 Art Nouveau and the Vienna Secession, 15 Eclecticism, 16 The Emergence of Modernism, 17 Art Deco and Industrial Design, 18 The Spread of Early Modernism in Europe, 19 Modernism in America, 20 The Ascendancy of Modernism, 21 After the International Style: The Late Twentieth Century, 22 Design on a New Playing Field, Glossary, Bibliography, Picture Credits, Index.

I N F O R M AT I O N D E S I G N Designing Information: Human Factors and Common Sense in Information Design Joel Katz 978-1-118-34197-1 • 2012

Designing Information identifies and examines issues of communicating information. Through real life problems and examples, hypothetical and historical examples, and seminal student work, the book establishes a conceptual and pragmatic understanding of human factors-driven information design. Not just a book of attractive and effective examples of information design, illustrations included are utilized to help readers understand the principle under discussion and often include compromised or failed designs, which can be as instructive as successful solutions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction, The nature of information, Perceptions, conventions, and proximity, Dimensionality, comparisons, numbers, and scale, Movement, orientation, and situational geography, Stories, inventories, and notes, Index, About the Author.

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COLOR THEORY

Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers, Fourth Edition

FOURTH EDITION

Principles of Color Design, Second Edition Wucius Wong

Linda Holtzschue U N D E R S TA N D I N G

COLOR

978-0-471-28708-7 • 1996

978-0-470-38135-9 • 2011

A complete revision of what is considered the classic introduction to color for all graphic designers and artists. This book provides a solid foundation for the development of personal color sense, and a practical examination of the myriad effects that can be achieved with color.

AN INTRODUCTION FOR DESIGNERS

Understanding Color, Fourth Edition, offers simple, plain-language explanations of the scientific basis of color perception, an overview of the leading theories of color and explanations of the seeming conflicts among them, and for each concept presented, examples of how theoretical information is applied in solving common problems in color design. L I N D A H O LT Z S C H U E

TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication, Acknowledgments, Preface, Chapter 1 An Introduction to Color Study, Chapter 2 A Little Light on the Subject, Chapter 3 The Human Element, Chapter 4 The Vocabulary of Color, Chapter 5 The Instability of Colors, Chapter 6 Illusion and Impression, Chapter 7 Color Theory: A Brief History, Chapter 8 Color Harmony, Chapter 9 Tools of the Trade, Chapter 10 The Medium of Light, Chapter 11 The Business of Color, Glossary, Bibliography, Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS DESIGN PRINCIPLES Planes. Lines.Points. Formal Compositions. Informal Compositions. Space. COLOR PRINCIPLES. Black and White. Neutral Colors. Chromatic Colors. Value.Chroma. Hue. The Color Solid. Complementary Hues. Color Harmony. Simultaneous Contrast. Re-Examining the Color Circle. COLOR DESIGN. Designs with Value Gradations. Designs with Chroma Gradations. Designs with Hue Gradations. Designs with Hue Mixtures. Designs with Complementary Hues. Designs with Unrelated Hues. Developing a Color Scheme. DIGITAL COLORS. Color Lights. Display of Colors and Images. Painting on the Computer. Drawing on the Computer. Color Palettes. Printing the Colors. COLOR EXPRESSION. Color Guides. Using the Color Guides.

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101 Design Methods: A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization Vijay Kumar 978-1-118-08346-8 • 2012

101 Design Methods A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization

101 Design Methods is the first step-by-step guidebook for successful innovation planning. Unlike other popular titles, 101 Design Methods approaches the practice of creating new products, services, and customer experiences as a science, rather than an art, providing a practical set of collaborative tools and methods for planning and defining successful new offerings. Strategists, managers, designers, and researchers who undertake the challenge of innovation, despite a lack of established procedures and a high risk of failure, will find 101 Design Methods an invaluable resource.

TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD, ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, INTRODUCTION, Mode 2: KNOW CONTEXT, Mode 3: KNOW PEOPLE, Mode 4: FRAME INSIGHTS, Mode 5: EXPLORE CONCEPTS, Mode 6: FRAME SOLUTIONS, Mode 7: REALIZE OFFERINGS, CREDITS FOR EXAMPLE PROJECTS, INDEX.

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101 Design Methods: A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization / Kumar........................................................................................................... 21

A Architectural Design with SketchUp: Component-Based Modeling, Plugins, Rendering, and Scripting / Schreyer................................................................................... 17 Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, Fourth Edition / Yee.......................................................................................................................... 8 Associates III / Sustainable Residential Interiors, 2nd Edition.......................................................................................................................................................................... 15

B Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, Sixth Edition / Montague....................................................................................................................................................... 8 Bath Planning: Guidelines, Codes, Standards, Second Edition / NKBA......................................................................................................................................................... 13 Becoming an Interior Designers: A Guide to Careers in Design, Second Edition / Piotrowski..................................................................................................................... 19 Binggeli / Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition................................................................................................................................................................ 10 Binggeli / Materials for Interior Environments, Second Edition................................................................................................................................................................... 6, 16 Blitzer / Kitchen and Bath Lighting..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Bonda / Sustainable Commercial Interiors, Second Edition............................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition / Binggeli................................................................................................................................................................ 10

C Cavataio / Manual Drafting for Interiors............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Cheever / Kitchen & Bath Products and Materials: Cabinetry, Equipment, Surfaces, Second Edition......................................................................................................... 11 Ching / Design Drawing, Second Edition............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Ching / Drawing: A Creative Process.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Ching / Interior Design Illustrated, Third Edition................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Cline / SketchUp for Interior Design: 3D Visualizing, Designing, and Space Planning.................................................................................................................................. 17 Codes Guidebook for Interiors, The, Sixth Edition / Harmon.......................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, Third Edition / Doyle......................................... 10 Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors: Basic Skills, Second Edition / Kilmer................................................................................................................................... 9 Cooper / Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, Fourth Edition................................................................................... 10 Crowe / Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition................................................................................................................................................................ 9

D Davis / Kitchen & Bath Sustainable Design: Conservation, Materials, Practices............................................................................................................................................ 12 Design Drawing, Second Edition / Ching............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 8 Design Thinking for Interiors: Inquiry, Experience, Impact / Dohr................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Designing Information: Human Factors and Common Sense in Information Design / Katz......................................................................................................................... 20 Designing Interiors, Second Edition / Kilmer....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Dohr / Design Thinking for Interiors: Inquiry, Experience, Impact................................................................................................................................................................... 18 Doorley / Make Space: How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration...................................................................................................................................................... 19 Doyle / Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, Third Edition......................................... 10 Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, Fourth Edition / Cooper................................................................................... 10 Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, Second Edition / Leggitt............................................................................................... 10 Drawing: A Creative Process / Ching.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10

F Freehand Drawing and Discovery: Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers / Richards........................................................................................................... 8

G Gesimondo / Materiality and Interior Construction.................................................................................................................................................................................... 15, 16 Gordon / Interior Lighting for Designers, Fifth Edition..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

H Harbinger / The Interior Design Productivity Toolbox: Checklists and Best Practices to Manage Your Workflow...................................................................................... 18 Harmon / Study Guide for The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Sixth Edition............................................................................................................................................... 14 Harmon / The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Sixth Edition........................................................................................................................................................................... 14 History of Interior Design, Fourth Edition / Pile................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Holtzschue / Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers, Fourth Edition....................................................................................................................................... 21

I Interior Design Business Handbook, The : A Complete Guide to Profitability, Fifth Edition / Knackstedt.................................................................................................. 18 Interior Design Illustrated, Third Edition / Ching................................................................................................................................................................................................ 6 Interior Design Productivity Toolbox, The: Checklists and Best Practices to Manage Your Workflow / Harbinger..................................................................................... 18 Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models and Presentation Techniques, 4th Edition / Mitton............................................................................ 19 Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models, and Presentation Techniques, Fourth Edition / Mitton....................................................................... 9 Interior Lighting for Designers, Fifth Edition / Gordon..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16

K Karlen / Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition........................................................................................................................................................................................... 7, 16 Katz / Designing Information: Human Factors and Common Sense in Information Design......................................................................................................................... 20 Kilmer / Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors: Basic Skills, Second Edition................................................................................................................................... 9 Kilmer / Designing Interiors, Second Edition....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Kitchen & Bath Business and Project Management, Second Edition / NKBA................................................................................................................................................ 13

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Kitchen & Bath Design Presentation: Drawing, Plans, Digital Rendering, Second Edition / Krohn.............................................................................................................. 12 Kitchen & Bath Products and Materials: Cabinetry, Equipment, Surfaces, Second Edition / Cheever......................................................................................................... 11 Kitchen & Bath Residential Construction and Systems, Second Edition / NKBA........................................................................................................................................... 12 Kitchen & Bath Sustainable Design: Conservation, Materials, Practices / Davis............................................................................................................................................ 12 Kitchen and Bath Design Principles: Elements, Form, Styles, Second Edition / Wolford.............................................................................................................................. 11 Kitchen and Bath Design: A Guide to Planning Basics / Knott......................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Kitchen and Bath Lighting / Blitzer..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 Kitchen Planning: Guidelines, Codes, Standards, Second Edition / NKBA.................................................................................................................................................... 13 Knackstedt / The Interior Design Business Handbook: A Complete Guide to Profitability, Fifth Edition.................................................................................................... 18 Knott / Kitchen and Bath Design: A Guide to Planning Basics......................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Krohn / Kitchen & Bath Design Presentation: Drawing, Plans, Digital Rendering, Second Edition.............................................................................................................. 12 Kumar / 101 Design Methods: A Structured Approach for Driving Innovation in Your Organization........................................................................................................... 21

L Leggitt / Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, Second Edition............................................................................................... 10 Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition / Karlen........................................................................................................................................................................................... 7, 16

M Make Space: How to Set the Stage for Creative Collaboration / Doorley...................................................................................................................................................... 19 Manual Drafting for Interiors / Cavataio............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 7 Materiality and Interior Construction / Gesimondo.................................................................................................................................................................................... 15, 16 Materials for Interior Environments, Second Edition / Binggeli................................................................................................................................................................... 6, 16 Measure of Man & Woman, The: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition / Tilley...................................................................................................................................... 7 Mitton / Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models and Presentation Techniques, 4th Edition............................................................................ 19 Mitton / Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models, and Presentation Techniques, Fourth Edition....................................................................... 9 Mitton / Portfolios for Interior Designers............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Mitton / Residential Interior Design: A Guide to Planning Spaces, Second Edition.................................................................................................................................. 7, 15 Montague / Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, Sixth Edition....................................................................................................................................................... 8

N NKBA / Bath Planning: Guidelines, Codes, Standards, Second Edition......................................................................................................................................................... 13 NKBA / Kitchen & Bath Business and Project Management, Second Edition................................................................................................................................................ 13 NKBA / Kitchen & Bath Residential Construction and Systems, Second Edition........................................................................................................................................... 12 NKBA / Kitchen Planning: Guidelines, Codes, Standards, Second Edition.................................................................................................................................................... 13

P Pile / History of Interior Design, Fourth Edition................................................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Piotrowski / Becoming an Interior Designers: A Guide to Careers in Design, Second Edition..................................................................................................................... 19 Piotrowski / Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for Designers................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Piotrowski / Professional Practice for Interior Designers, Fifth Edition............................................................................................................................................................ 18 Portfolios for Interior Designers / Mitton............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9 Principles of Color Design, Second Edition / Wong......................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for Designers / Piotrowski................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Professional Practice for Interior Designers, Fifth Edition / Piotrowski............................................................................................................................................................ 18

R Rendering in SketchUp: From Modeling to Presentation for Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design / Tal................................................................ 17 Residential Interior Design: A Guide to Planning Spaces, Second Edition / Mitton.................................................................................................................................. 7, 15 Richards / Freehand Drawing and Discovery: Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers........................................................................................................... 8

S Schreyer / Architectural Design with SketchUp: Component- Based Modeling, Plugins, Rendering, and Scripting.................................................................................. 17 SketchUp for Interior Design: 3D Visualizing, Designing, and Space Planning / Cline.................................................................................................................................. 17 Study Guide for The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Sixth Edition / Harmon............................................................................................................................................... 14 Sustainable Commercial Interiors, Second Edition / Bonda............................................................................................................................................................................... 6 Sustainable Residential Interiors, 2nd Edition / Associates III.......................................................................................................................................................................... 15

T Tal / Rendering in SketchUp: From Modeling to Presentation for Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Interior Design................................................................ 17 Tilley / The Measure of Man & Woman: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition....................................................................................................................................... 7

U Understanding Color: An Introduction for Designers, Fourth Edition / Holtzschue....................................................................................................................................... 21

V Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition / Crowe................................................................................................................................................................ 9

W Wolford / Kitchen and Bath Design Principles: Elements, Form, Styles, Second Edition.............................................................................................................................. 11 Wong / Principles of Color Design, Second Edition......................................................................................................................................................................................... 21

Y Yee / Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, Fourth Edition.......................................................................................................................... 8

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