Drawing for Interior Design (2nd Edition)

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Oprawa: Paperback, Format: 28x21,6 cm, Stron: 192, 264 colour and 67 b/w illustrations, 2014 r.


This book covers all stages of visual presentation as part of the interior design process, from the most basic initial sketches to fully developed computer-generated visualizations. 

Following a brief introduction four chapters take the reader through the design process, from the basics to conception, presentation and production. 

This second edition incles more practical advice on techniques, more case sties, step-by-step sequences and updated examples. With a varied and comprehensive range of images, this book is an invaluable, inspirational and practical resource for interior design stents.

About the Author

Drew Plunkett is Head of the Department of Interior Design at the Glasgow School of Art. Since 1981 he has practised as an interior designer based in London and Glasgow. Plunkett is also active as an exhibitor, curator and critical writer. His published work incles a chapter in the book Four Sties on Charles Rennie Mackintosh and articles and reviews for Designers’ JournalThe Architects’ Journal,BlueprintMagazine of the Mackintosh Society and Building Design.

CONTENTS:
New material highlighted in red

INTRODUCTION  [3 new pics, updated text]
WHY WE DRAW
THE IMPACT OF THE COMPUTER
Step by step: Computer basics
THE FUTURE
ABOUT THIS BOOK
About the drawings in this book

CHAPTER 1: THE BASICS 
THE NEED FOR A MEASURED SURVEY
Carrying out a survey
Case sty: The measured survey
Step by step: Drawing a plan from survey information [new]
Step by step: Moving to the third dimension
GRAPHIC OPTIONS
Essential conventions
DRAWING BY HAND
Hand-drawing tools
The first sketches [3 new pics]
Step by step: Making a simple freehand perspective [new]
Axonometric and isometric projections [new material]
Overlays
Freehand drawing for presentation
Collage
Case sty: Hand drawn presentations

CHAPTER 2: CONCEPTION 
EXPLORATORY DRAWINGS [new pic, new material]
THE PLAN [new pic, new material]
Dimensions and proportions
THE SECTION [new]
The hand drawn section
The computer generated section
Step by step: Evolving the idea by hand [new material]
Step by step: Evolving the idea by computer I 
Step by step: Evolving the idea by computer II 
DETAILED THINKING
Case sty: Detail emerges
Case sty: Detail evolves
‘SKETCHING’ BY COMPUTER
COMPOSITES

CHAPTER 3: PRESENTATION 
PRESENTATION TO CLIENTS AND OTHERS 
SUCCESSFUL PRESENTATION MATERIAL [new material, new pic]
Case sty: Presenting concepts to clients
THE COMPONENTS OF A PRESENTATION
The plan
Handmade plans
The section [new pic]
The axonometric and the isometric [8 new pics]
The perspective
Image edge [2 new pics]
New finishes
Existing finishes [new pic]
Lighting [new]
Furniture
Step by step: Downloading furniture from manufacturer’s websites
Case sty: Creating custom pieces [new]
Figures [new pic]
Samples [new]
Explaining elements and ideas
Linear and tonal clarity 
Text
Designing the final presentation [4 new pics]
Case sty: A café on two floors
Case sty: Explaining flexibility [new]
Case sty: Context and concept [new]
Case sty: Sharing the creative process [new]
Case sty: Explaining the hypothetical [new]
Case sty: Persuasive panache [new]
Case sty: Towards abstraction

CHAPTER 4: PRODUCTION 
THE DESIGNER'S ROLE [new pic]
DEVELOPING DETAIL [new] 
COLLABORATION [2 new pics]
MAKING PRODUCTION DRAWINGS
Conventions [15 new pics, new material]
Case sty: Designing the drawing

Glossary 184
Index 186
Picture credits 190
Acknowledgements 192