Interior Architecture provides an in-depth study of the creative and construction processes behind 30 contemporary interior designs. Covering a broad range of international projects, the book illustrates the working methods and creative concerns of both long-established and emerging international designers. Every stage of the project is included, from the demands of the original brief, through early sketches and design development to investigation of building regulations and collaboration with engineers, contractors, builders and suppliers. Each project is presented through an explanatory overview, shots of production and construction processes, and details of fixtures, fittings, customised furnishings and decoration.
Interior Architecture offers both students and professional designers, an inspiring and informative overview of how today’s major interior architectural projects are designed and built.
Jennifer Hudson is an author, editor and researcher in the fields of contemporary design and architecture, and for fifteen years was the general editor of The International Design Yearbook. She is the author of 1000 Designs and Where to Find Them, Interior Architecture Now, Restroom and Process – 50 Product Designs from Concept to Manufacture.