Some historians of interior design believe that the profession really started in 1965, when Cornell University-educated architect Art Gensler opened a small firm in San Francisco that focused on corporate office design. Lire la première page
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5.0 étoiles sur 5The Best and the Brightest on Interior Design!25 octobre 2001
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Interior Design Magazine and McGraw Hill Publishing teamed up to produce an essential handbook for the interior design profession. For the first time there is a handbook that covers essential issues from sustainability to legal issues, team dynamics to strategic and global practices. This is not just a book for the interior design professional library, but one for students and for practitioners of related fields--including architecture, business, and project management. Editor-in-Chief Cindy Coleman is a well-regarded journalist and designer who has assembled a remarkable group of top-notch minds--the best and the brightest in the evolving field of interior design who have contributed to a handsome book. This handbook will be a "must-have" for all practioners. Kudos to Interior Design magazine for developing this authoritative volume. Includes a list of contributors with biographies that are stellar!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Strategic Reads for the Year Ahead6 février 2002
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Interior Design Handbook of Professional Practice. Edited by Cindy Coleman; Published by McGraw-Hill and Interior Design Magazine. This book presents sensible new information and is indispensable to the libraries of all design firms. You'll especially enjoy the chapters on "Growing A Profession," Intelligent Interiors" and "Information Technology." This is more than a reference book-it's an inspriation.