The interior construction of a building includes everything inside of the structural shell from interior partitions and floor systems to wall covering and carpeting. With over 3000 illustrations, this book is the most complete and authoritative professional reference on interior construction available and is the definitive interior design reference that the industry has been waiting for
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Winner of the Association of American Publishers? Professional/Scholarly Publishing (PSP) Award in the Architecture & Urban Studies category.
Following in the tradition of Architectural Graphic Standards, and echoing the same illustration-packed format, this new work addresses every topic essential to interior architecture: space planning, material selection, acoustics and lighting, air quality, accessibility?even the selection of fixtures and furniture.
Interior Graphics Standards contains an incredible depth of information on more than 170 topics and comes complete with more than 3,000 new illustrations and 100 color plates. Here you'll find all the selection, specification and detailing information you need for working inside the structural shell, from interior partitions and floor systems, to color and lighting, to wall covering and carpeting. In addition, you?ll find expert advice on planning and finishing dozens of the most common interior building types, from large commercial offices to childcare centers and hotels. All of this was guided by an advisory board of leading interiors professionals nationwide from firms such as Gensler, The Hillier Group, Perkins & Will, Richard Meier Partners, SOM and more
Easily the most complete and authoritative reference of its kind on the market today, Interior Graphics Standards will see you through every stage of your interior project from the initial planning through the final evaluation.About the Author:
MARYROSE McGOWAN, AIA, teaches in the Department of Interior Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence, Rhode Island, and was previously a consultant to the American Institute of Architects MASTERSPEC Interiors Construction Library for more than 12 years. She is the author of Specifying Interiors: A Guide to Construction and FF&E for Commercial Interiors Projects (Wiley), as well as numerous articles published in Architectural Record, The Construction Specifier, and other industry periodicals.
KELSEY KRUSE, AIA, an associate at George Vaeth Associates, Inc., in Columbia, Maryland, is one of the first generation of architects to raise CAD drawing to a level of fine craftsmanship.
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Descripción Wiley, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P11047140568X
Descripción Wiley, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M047140568X