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  • 1. INTERIOR DESIGN 2012
  • 2. Dear Interior Design Educators,As we greet 2012, we at Fairchild Books are excited not only toannounce our new titles and editions, but also to fill you in on someexciting initiatives we’ve recently launched.We don’t have to tell you that the academic publishing market is intransition, with today’s students expecting a choice between the screenand the printed page when accessing course materials. Fairchild Booksis addressing these changes with new digital solutions designed toenhance your ability to instruct and inspire this generation.First, we have partnered with CourseSmart, the world’s largestprovider of eTextbooks, to make our books and educational resourcesaccessible to students anytime, anywhere, on the computer or web-enabled mobile device of their choosing.Second, Fairchild educational resources for interior design studentsand professionals will be available through NOOK Study, an applicationdesigned to make textbooks easily accessible and more affordable.This year also brings a redesigned Fairchild Books web site. Ourthoroughly updated site will provide both instructors and students aone-stop portal for information about our titles and supplementaryeducational materials, as well as an online store from which books canbe purchased.While our expansion to digital media marks a new chapter for FairchildBooks, one thing will never change: our commitment to publishinginterior design titles that are inspiring, informative, and rooted in time-proven fundamentals. We are privileged to partner with authors whocare passionately about educating the next generation of interiordesigners. Whether the medium is paper or pixels, our mission remainsto bridge the gap from education to industry, and to assist you in theessential task of shaping the interior design professionals of the future. letter from FAIRCHILD BOOKS
  • 3. Table of contents  5 New Titles and Editions 42 Lighting  6 Ask us About 44 Codes  7 Highlights 46 Drawing and Presentation  8 Foundation Studies 58 AutoCAD12 Interior Design Foundations 60 Sustainable Design16 Introduction to Interior Design 63 Inclusive Design19 Careers in interior Design 64 Residential Design24 Professional Practice 68 Environmental Psychology26 Research Methods 69 Special Topics29 Space Planning 71 Furniture Design32 Global Perspectives 72 Visual Merchandising in Design 74 Reference34 History of Interior Design 76 Also Available from36 Textiles Fairchild Books40 Building Systems 78 Author Index41 Materials 79 Title Index
  • 4. new titles and editions new Titles new Editions15 Meanings of Designed Spaces 18 Foundations of Interior Design, Edited by Tiiu Vaikla-Poldma 2nd Edition16 Studio Companion Series Susan J. Slotkis Design Basics 38 .J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science, J Donna Lynne Fullmer 10th Edition16 Studio Companion Series Allen C. Cohen and Ingrid Johnson Drafting Basics 38 .J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science J Donna Lynne Fullmer Swatch Kit, 10th Edition17 Studio Companion Series Allen C. Cohen and Ingrid Johnson 3D Design Basics 41 nterior Design Materials and I Donna Lynne Fullmer Specifications, 2nd Edition17 Studio Companion Series Lisa Godsey Presentation Basics 54 esign Portfolios: Moving from D Donna Lynne Fullmer Traditional to Digital, 2nd Edition24 Professional Practice for Diane M. Bender Interior Designers in the Global 58 Digital Drawing for Designers: Marketplace A Visual Guide to AutoCAD 2012 Susan M. Winchip Douglas R. Seidler31 Space Planning for Commercial 68 Environmental Psychology for Office Interiors Design, 2nd Edition Mary Lou Bakker DAK Kopec44 Illustrated Codes for Designers: Residential Katherine S. Ankerson45 Illustrated Codes for Designers: Non-Residential Katherine S. Ankerson55 Presentation Strategies Dialogues Christina M. Scalise61 Cradle to Cradle Home Design: Process and Experience Anna Marshall-Baker and Lisa M. Tucker65 Residential Kitchen and Bath Design Anastasia Wilkening
  • 5. as k us about h • Digital and downloadable instructor’s resources, including Instructor’s Guides, Test Banks, and PowerPoint presentations • Custom Publishing opportunities that allow instructors to build their own course materials • On-site book fairs and curriculum reviews with faculty • eBook initiatives with CourseSmart • Saving your students money through our textbook bundling options About Fairchild Books Established in 1910 and used by students and professionals worldwide, Fairchild Books is one of the world’s leading publishers of textbooks, reference titles and educational resources in the fields of interior design and fashion. Our titles cover a broad range of subject areas, including textiles, design foundations, retailing, visual merchandising, color theory, lighting, drawing presentation, sustainability, etc. Fairchild Books is an imprint of Fairchild Fashion Media (publisher of Women’s Wear Daily and Style.com) and falls under the umbrella of Conde Nast, publisher of magazines such as Architectural Digest and Vogue. With 240 titles in print, Fairchild Books leverages unique insider access to all aspects of the interior design and fashion worlds and the expertise of leading professionals in the field.ID marketing.indd 4-5
  • 6. h ig h lig hts IDEC Book Media Award • 2011 History of Furniture: A Global View by Mark Hinchman ASID Joel Polsky Prize • 2010 Visual Culture in the Built Environment: A Global Perspective, by Susan M. Winchip • 2006 Environmental Psychology for Design, by DAK Kopec • 2005 Designing for Privacy and Related Needs by Julie Stewart-Pollack and Rosemary Menconi • And honorable mention in 2009 to: Design Porfolios: Moving from Traditional to Digital by Diane M. Bender • Fabric for the Designed Interior by Frank Thedore Koe Fairchild Topical Issues Grant In 2006, Fairchild Books established the Fairchild Topical Issues Grant. Recipients of the grant include: • 2011 The IDEC Society Responsibility Network for the project titled, “Social Sustainability - Designing for Disaster Relief.” Project team members: Sarah Sherman, Florida International University; DAK Kopec, PhD., New School of Architecture and Design; and Jeanne Mercer-Ballard, Appalachian State University. • 2010 John Turpin PhD, Washington State University Interdisciplinary Design Institute • 2009 Nancy Kwallek, PhD, University of Texas at Austin • 2008 Travis Wilson, Western Kentucky University • 2007 Jill Pable, PhD, Florida State University For information on how to submit your research for the Fairchild Topical Issues Grant, go to www.idec.org 2/29/12 11:20 AM
  • 7. © 2011 320 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-859-2 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-860-8 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-861-5 Recommended Courses: Color Design Theory Fundamentals of Design Elements and Principles of Design Designing with Color: Concepts and Applications CHRIS DOROSZ—The Academy of Art University–San Francisco JR WATSON—The Academy of Art University–San Francisco This textbook/workbook helps students develop a visual understanding of color and design principles through guided observation and engaging activities. Lavishly illustrated full-color graphics and photos demonstrate how color and other design elements are combined in nature and the visual arts. Workbook activities and artist-inspired assign- ments include options for students to use paint, color paper, digital and film cameras, and cell phones equipped with cameras. Students can apply the principles of color and design by inputting and recording their own assignments in the workbook, to personalize and stimulate their eye for color and design. CONTENTS FEATURES Color • Examples in each chapter demonstrate • Local Color vs Symbolic Color how color is used in a variety of media • The Color Wheel including advertising, animation, fash­ • Value, Saturation, and Temperature ion, fine arts, graphic design, illustra- • Analogous Colors tion, industrial design, interior design • Complementary Colors and architecture, and photography • Color Proportion • The appendix to Part One highlightsFor mo re info • Light Temperature milestones in the development of color Design theory and systems of color identifica- • Two-Dimensional Space tion from ancient to modern times • Three-Dimensional Illusion • Key terms and concepts introduced in • Three-Dimensional Form each chapter are defined in a compre- • Unity and Variety hensive glossary • Emphasisrmati o n, con • Balance INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Movement • Instructor’s Guide presents sample • Rhythm semester schedules, an overview of the • Non-focal Point Design concepts and content of the textbook,tact your A ccount Man • Message of Color and Shape teaching strategies, quizzes, supply lists, and other ideas for using the text in the classroom • PowerPoint® Presentation reproduces the text’s high-impact visuals and provides a framework for lecture and discussionager. 8 foundation studies
  • 8. © 2011 205 pp. Hue Value/Chroma Chart 11 Munsell Color Charts 15 Interactive Charts 14 Packets of Color Chips full color three-ring binder 8 x 10 978-1-60901-156-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-157-4 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-158-1 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Color Color Theory Color Systems Color for DesignersThe New Munsell® StudentColor Set 3rd EditionJIM LONG—Professor Emeritus, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityAdaptable to both studio and lecture courses and appropriate for all student levels frombeginner to advanced, The New Munsell Student Color Set, 3rd Edition, is a genuinelearning aid that offers opportunities for experimenting with color effects using paint,paper, and computers. A full-color interactive and experimental guidebook for understand-ing color in all its dimensions, it includes 11 Munsell color charts, 15 interactive charts,14 packets of color chips, and a textbook, all designed to facilitate hands-on learning ofcolor’s aspects and effects. The text provides a complete study of color use and colorscience, including extended discussion of visual perception, optical effects, and practicalapplication of color phenomena in fine and applied art practices.CONTENTSColor Use • Expanded  full-color art program• The Vocabulary • Interactive charts with additional color• Color Anomalies, Emotional Response, chips for demonstrating complex Symbolism and Trends color effects• Relationships among Colors • New information about color symbol-• Combining Colors ism, associations, and trends• Color in Designed Products, • Reorganization of the text into two Installations and Printing parts: Color Use and Color Science • All chapters are independent and 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.comColor Science• Science, Color and Art cross-referenced• Light and Color • Expanded discussion of additive color• Additive Color Mixture: Mixing Light and exercises demonstrating manipula-• Subtractive Color Mixture: tion of color on the computer Mixing Paints • Added demonstrations and exercises using paint, paper, and computersFEATURES• Interactive and experiential charts and INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES chips are presented in an easy-to-use • Instructor’s Guide includes information binder format on the materials used in the course,• Chapter elements include a list of key information on light sources, notes terms, objectives, summaries, and on exercises, instructions for assignments and exercises using the Internet to teach color,• Text is flexible and adaptable to all additional exercises, a test bank, and kinds of art and design courses, as well downloadable overlay transparencies as individual study • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces the text’s high-impact visuals andNew to This Edition provides a framework for lecture• Discussions of the application of theory and discussion in works of art and design 9 foundation studies
  • 9. © 2006 192 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 ISBN-10: 1-56367-394-0 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-394-8 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-395-9 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Color Color Theory Color Systems Color Studies 2nd Edition EDITH ANDERSON FEISNER—Professor Emerita, Montclair State University Students from all concentrations of the visual arts will benefit from this text, which introduces color theory, the physiology and psychology of color perception, and the physics of color. Color Studies provides tips for putting that knowledge into practice in a variety of media, from painting and other fine arts to interior design, architecture, fashion design, ceramics, textile design, and needlework. Four dimensions of color—hue, value, intensity, and temperature—are covered in detail. CONTENTS FEATURES Color Foundations • Full-color reproductions of masterpieces • What Is Color? of the fine and decorative arts • Color Systems and Color Wheels • Practical exercises to experiment • Color Theorists with color • Coloring Agents • Examples of compositions and diagrams, Dimensions of Color including color wheels illustrative of • The Dimension of Hue different theories • The Dimension of Value • Easy-to-use appendix of color identifica- • The Dimension of Intensity tion charts • The Dimension of Temperature • Glossary of key terms and bibliography of texts and publicationsFor mo re info Color in Compositions • Color and the Principles of Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Color and the Elements of Design Space • Instructor’s Guide provides course • Color Interactions outlines, suggestions for presenting each • Color and the Effects of Illumination chapter, and exam questions The Influence of Color • Color Symbolismrmati o n, con • Putting Color to Use—Then and Nowtact your A ccount Manager.10 foundation studies
  • 10. © 2010 288 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-872-1 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-871-4 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-873-8 Recommended Courses: Fundamentals of Design Design Theory and Criticism Design StudioThe Design Process 2nd EditionKARL ASPELUND—University of Rhode IslandKarl Aspelund is a seasoned explorer and guide through the seven stages of The DesignProcess. Beginning at Inspiration, readers travel through Identification, Conceptualization,Exploration/Refinement, Definition/Modeling, and Communication on the way to Produc-tion. The tour is enhanced by the accompanying Perspectives of designers who travelparallel paths in the design of interiors, industrial, fashion, and consumer products, andpublic art projects. End-of-chapter exercises help students move their own design projectsfrom the World of Imagination to the World of Objects. Appendices recommend readingsfor further exploration and serve as refreshers on design elements and principles; notabledesigners, architects, and artists; trend analysis; and major events and influences ondesign from the mid-1800s to the first decade of the twenty-first century.CONTENTS features• Introduction • Expanded discussion of sustainability• Stage 1: Inspiration integrated throughout text• Stage 2: Identification • Enlarged, full-color illustration program• Stage 3: Conceptualization designed to engage visual learners• Stage 4: Exploration/Refinement • “Perspective” features from design-• Stage 5: Definition/Modeling ers addressing current needs and• Stage 6: Communication constraints• Stage 7: Production• Elements and Principles of Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Recommended Reading • Instructor’s Guide includes and Resources ­ uggestions for examining topics and s• Notable Designers and Architects applying practices discussed in each• Reading the Zeitgeist: Trendspotting in chapter, as well as evaluating students’ a Decentralized World design projects; also includes• Zeitgeist and Design: Timeline responses to the exercises in the text • PowerPoint® Presentation highlights the text coverage, providing a frame- work for lectures and discussion in a studio or classroom 11 foundation studies
  • 11. © 2010 208 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-602-4 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-603-1 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-604-8 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Color Color and Design Visual Communication Color + Design: Transforming Interior Space RONALD L. REED—Texas State University–San Marcos Color + Design: Transforming Interior Space presents color theory in terms of design p ­ rinciples such as balance, rhythm, emphasis, proportion, unity, and variety. Original i ­llustrations showing residential, corporate, hospitality, retail, medical, educational, dining, ­ and ­ ublic transportation venues are used in scenarios that demonstrate the results of p experimental color choices, based on color theory. Insights into how people perceive color will help the young interior designer focus on the user experience of a space. “Scenarios demonstrate, through original illustrations, the results of experimental color choices, based on color theory.” The text concludes with a chapter on color preferences of different interna- tional cultures. Students will gain insight into how important color is in the grand scheme of interior design, and how early in the process it should be considered. CONTENTS • Color + Theory • Key Terms, Learning Outcomes, and • Color + Psychology and Perception Exercises in each chapter • Color + Balance • Appendices including the chrono- • Color + Rhythm logical evolution of color and sources of • Color + Emphasis interactive websites allowing the user toFor mo re info • Color + Proportion Scale experiment with color in interior spaces • Color + Unity Harmony • Color + Variety INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Color + Culture • Instructor’s Guide provides a course outline for a 15-week semester system, Features chapter outcomes, key terms, projects • More than 25 color manipulations of and/or assignments, grading rubrics,rmati o n, con residential and commercial interior exam questions, and B/W line drawings spaces, including corporate, hospitality, for color manipulation and demonstration retail, medical, educational, dining, and of chapter topics transportation venues • PowerPoint® Presentation provides • Illustrations and photos showing all a framework for lecture and dis­ ussion ctact your A ccount Man elements of design—color, space, line, form, shape, texture, and patternager.12 interior design foundations
  • 12. © 2009 320 pp. softcover 6x9 978-1-56367-719-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-720-5 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-988-9 Recommended Courses: Design Theory and Criticism Design ThinkingLooking Beyond the Structure:­Critical Thinking for Designersand ArchitectsDAN BUCSESCU—Pratt InstituteMICHAEL ENG—John Carroll UniversityIn Looking Beyond the Structure, architect Dan Bucsescu and philosopher Michael Engrecord their conversations about the relationship of the built environment and other formsof design to the culture in which they are created. The authors exchange their interpreta-tions of selected readings about design theory and invite the reader to join in the discussion.Q­ uestions following each chapter’s reading stimulate critical thinking about the philosophiesand theories of design, and additional assignments encourage students to express theirc­ ritical thinking skills visually.CONTENTS FEATURES• What Is Critical Thinking? • Inclusion of classics in the literature of• What Are Appearance and Reality? design theory• What Is Form? What Is Function? • Author discussions of “scalelessness”• What Is Place? of design principles, with application to• What Is Natural? What Is Artificial? activities from city planning to architec-• What Is Meaning? ture, interior design, industrial design,• What Is Time? fashion design, and graphics 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• What Is the Body? • Recommended readings for each chapter• What Is Creativity? • Engaging dialogue format making• What Is Style? abstract ideas accessible to students• What Is Society? Or What Is a at all levels, from foundation courses to Better Tomorrow? advanced seminars INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includes basic answer guides for critical reading questions accompanying the reading passages in the text, as well as additional exercises and listings of resources and readings 13 interior design foundations
  • 13. © 2009 304 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-628-4 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-629-1 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-972-8 Recommended Courses: Design Thinking Fundamentals of Design Design Studio Taking Up Space: Exploring the Design Process TIIU POLDMA— University of Montreal Taking Up Space: Exploring the Design Process focuses on the practice of interior design, providing an overview of what designers do and why, from their earliest research to the completed built environment. The book presents the design process in diagram form, breaking down each component so that one step builds upon the last. The engaging narrative introduces design methodologies and explores the different approaches designers take to solve design problems and meet the needs of the end user. CONTENTS FEATURES • Introduction to Design Processes • Real-life examples of the design • Design Processes for Interior Designers process from its nascent stages • The Interior Design Project to completion • Scenarios, Design Briefs, and Users • Case studies of interior design as it • Contextualizing Interior Design Problems intersects with other disciplines such • Creative Genius in Design as architecture, urban design, industrial Problem Solving design, and interactive design • Expressing and Refining Ideas from 2-D • Examples of both 2-D and 3-D design to 3-D to Solutions layouts, including form and materialsFor mo re info • From Process to Reality • Design Sensibility, Aesthetics, INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Sustainability, and Ethics • Instructor’s Guide provides over 50 • From Process to Product to Research additional projects and activities, aimed at students in junior-, mid-, and senior- level development • PowerPoint® Presentation exploresrmati o n, con different aspects of the design process and includes examples of student design work and color reproductions of art from the texttact your A ccount Manager.14 interior design foundations
  • 14. NEITL T WE © 2013 est. 432 pp. softcover Meanings of 7.375 x 9.25 978-1-60901-145-1 Designed Spaces Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-147-5 PowerPoint® Presentation 1-978-60901-149-9 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Theory and Criticism Interior Design Issues and Theory Current Issues in Interior Design Edited by Tiiu Vaikla-PoldmaMeanings of Designed SpacesEdited by Tiiu Vaikla-Poldma, PhD—University of MontrealFor a full list of contributors, please visit our Web site at www.fairchildbooks.com.As society rapidly changes, so too does our relationship with design and the spaces ofthe designed world. Meanings of Designed Spaces is a collection of articles by—andinterviews with—renowned design academics and professionals exploring how peoplemake meaning using design today, and how “designed space” both shapes and isshaped by technology, business, ethics, culture, sustainability, and society. Questionsposed include: How does designing our world provide meaning in our lives? How isthis meaning constructed? What is design research within this framework? How dointeriors influence our social, cultural, and psychological ways of being? How is the ­d­ esigner’s role evolving in relationship to other stakeholders? What are possible wayswe can understand and respond to the social, political, ethical, and cultural issueswe face? The book’s subject matter moves from the theoretical to the practical andincludes, at times, contradictory viewpoints, providing a springboard for conversationand debate.CONTENTS FEATURES• Design Thinking, Knowledge and • Articles by—and interviews with—40+ Critical Approaches design thinkers and luminaries, includ-• The Spaces of Interiors ing Harold Nelson, John Weigand, 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Understanding Space Through Historic Justin Wilwerding, Lisa Tucker, Susan and Philosophical Perspectives Close, Janice Stevenor Dale, C.T.• Philosophies and Spaces—Alternative Mitchell, and Florian Weiss Viewpoints• Design Philosophies, Aesthetic INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Theories and Lived Experiences • Instructor’s Guide provides• Considerations of Time and Space: suggestions for planning the course Shaping Changing Spaces and using the text in the classroom, of Exploration detailed explanations of project• Design Thinking and Meaning in the assignments for all cases, and Context of Business alignment of all cases with CIDA• The Business of Design Professional Standards• Social Norms, New Patterns and • PowerPoint® Presentation® Meanings of Social Relevance reproduces the text’s high-impact• Cultural Contexts and Lived Experience visuals and provides a framework for• Ethics, Social Responsibility and lecture and discussion Collective Relevance• Researching the Future of Design in a Global World 15 interior design foundations
  • 15. TI EW E TL N Studio Companion Series Donna Lynne Fullmer—Kansas State University, Department of Interior Architecture and Product Design The Studio Companion Series consists of four books, available separately or as a set, that provide a launch pad into the study of design and architecture. Clear instructions and a wealth of examples give students a comprehensive look at the entire design process, from concept to pre- sentation. Developed for today’s student, the books present material in a contemporary and graphic manner and are compact and highly portable. The series includes: Design Basics, Drafting Basics, 3D Design Basics, and Presentation Basics. Features INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • More than 100 visuals that provide • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions examples of concepts for planning the course and using the text in • Learning objectives and key terms the classroom with definitions • PowerPoint® provides a framework for • Simple hands-on exercises and review classroom lectures and discussion for assignments that can be completed by each chapter individuals or teams © 2012 1 128 pp. full color softcover 8x9 978-1-60901-092-8 DESIGN STUDIO COMPANION SERIES Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-093-5 BASICS PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-094-2 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Design Studio DONNA LYNNE FULLMER Design Foundations Design Basics Design Basics familiarizes students with the fundamental elements and principles of design, o ­ ffering them a vocabulary with which to understand and discuss interiors and architecture. ­ Using ­ ell-articulated definitions and clear, highly-visual examples, this full-color book will expand w s ­ tudents’ appreciation of design and help them get started creating their own spaces. CONTENTS • Elements and Principles of Design • Color Theory • The Design Process © 2012 2 For mo re info 112 pp. softcover 8x9 978-1-60901-095-9 DRAFTING STUDIO COMPANION SERIES Instructor’s Guide BASICS 978-1-60901-096-6 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-097-3 rmati o n, con Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design DONNA LYNNE FULLMER Design Studio Design Communication tact your A ccount Man Drafting Basics Drafting Basics offers an introduction to the art of hand drafting using lead and ink. Students will first learn how to communicate through fundamental two-dimensional drawings including lettering, plans, elevations, and sections. The book then covers the basics of technical drafting, reinforcing the importance of the hand skills required of interior design professionals at every point along the career path. CONTENTS • Drafting Tools ager. • Lines • Orthographic Drawings 16 • Architectural Lettering introduction to interior design
  • 16. NEITL T WE © 2013 3 est. 224 pp. softcover 8x9 978-1-60901-098-0 STUDIO COMPANION SERIES Instructor’s Guide 3D DESIGN 978-1-60901-099-7 BASICS PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-100-0 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design DONNA LYNNE FULLMER Design Studio Design Communication3D Design Basics3D Design Basics explores basic three-dimensional options for presenting design ideas, includingmodels, paraline drawings, and perspective drawings. Students will be exposed to a variety ofmodel-building tools and methods and learn how to start designing with quick rip-and-tear models.CONTENTS• Paraline Drawings• One-point Perspective• Two-point Perspective• Entourage• Sketching 3D Drawings• Model Building © 2013 4 est. 160 pp. softcover 8x9 978-1-60901-101-7 STUDIO COMPANION SERIES Instructor’s Guide PRESENTATION 978-1-60901-103-1 BASICS PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-104-8 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Design Studio DONNA LYNNE FULLMER Design CommunicationPresentation BasicsPresentation Basics helps students hone both of the critical aspects of successful presentation—visual and verbal skills. Writing from the viewpoint that an effective presentation requires muchmore than adept graphic representation, Fullmer helps students strengthen their verbal skills to sell 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.comtheir ideas. The book also takes an essential look at business etiquette and body language, stress-ing the impact of these factors on a presentation.CONTENTS• Presentation Skills: Verbal• Presentation Skills: Visual 17 introduction to interior design
  • 17. IT W IONED N E © 2013 est. 576 pp. full color softcover 9 x 12 Includes CD-ROM ISBN-13: 978-1-60901-115-4 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-116-1 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-117-8 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Fundamentals of Interior Design Interior Design Studio I Foundations of Interior Design 2nd Edition Susan J. Slotkis—Fashion Institute of Technology Foundations of Interior Design, 2nd Edition, is a comprehensive introduction to the creative, technical, and business knowledge required by the interior design profession. The book encompasses color theory, design history, architectural elements, finishing touches, trend forecasting, and the basics of running a business, and includes an integrated CD-ROM designed to help students apply what they learn in a hands-on fashion. This thoroughly updated 2nd edition, which addresses contemporary concerns such as sustainability, universal design, and adaptive reuse, is richly illustrated with images that reflect current trends in products and interiors. The book is rooted in a practical approach to creating safe, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing spaces for residential and contract clients. CONTENTS New to This Edition • The Interior Design Profession • A fully updated program of color photos • Socially Responsible Design demonstrating a global perspective • Design Theory: Aesthetics, Elements • New organization specific to facilitate Principles of Design understanding of the scope and details of • Color Theory Application the design process • The Design Process: Overview of • Additional end-of-chapter exercises to Project Phases actively engage the student in the content of • Communicating the Vision the CD-ROM • Light and Lighting Systems • New Appendices include Architectural • Architectural Elements: The Shell Digest’s Top 100 Designers and • Finishing the Interior: The Lining chapter-by-chapter bibliography • Furnishing the Interior: Feathering the Nest • Period Design Styles: Antiquity (c. 4500 bc–ad student RESOURCES • Companion CD-Rom (co-authored 500)–Empire Style (c. 1789–1848) For mo re info with Katherine S. Ankerson of Kansas • Period Design Styles: Revival Styles (c. 1830– State University, Department of Interior 1880)–Contemporary Style (c. 1960–Present) Architecture and Product Design) includes • Forecasting and Trends animations of professional skills and • Professional Practice technical concepts, videos featuring FEATURES product vendors and recent graduates of • Two full chapters tracing the history of interior design programs, timelines placing interior design, from the development of the period styles in the context of history and rmati o n, con profession with the society decorators of geography, and links to useful websites the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, such as “Sister” Parish and Eileen Gray, to INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES contemporary luminaries such as Clodagh • Instructor’s Guide includes a Professional and Philippe Starck Standard Matrix to identify CIDA standards tact your A ccount Man • Vocabulary, summary of key concepts, and that apply to each chapter, notes about student topic-specific exercises at the end of each learning outcomes, examples of discussion/ chapter study questions, project ideas, and a test bank • Glossary and appendices that provide • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a contact information for professional framework for classroom lectures and organizations and resources, as well as discussions for each chapter names of major designers past and present 1st Edition Still Available! © 2006 520 pp. | full color | hardcover | 9 x 12 | includes CD-ROM ISBN-10: 1-56367-286-3 | ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-286-3 ager. Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-287-1 PowerPoint� Presentation 978-1-56367-989-6 18 introduction to interior design
  • 18. © 2011 236 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 Includes CD-ROM 978-1-56367-907-0 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-908-7 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-909-4 Recommended Courses: Internship in Interior Design Pre-Internship Seminar Professional PracticeThe Interior Design InternLINDA L. NUSSBAUMER—Professor Emerita, South Dakota State UniversityForeword by Rachelle Schoessler LynnCreated to prepare interior design students for an internship, The Interior DesignIntern offers guidelines for developing an organized plan for preparing, completing,and evaluating their experience in order to plan for their future careers. Students willuse this text to guide them through achievement of professional and personal goals,the organization of a job search, preparations for interviews, the internship itself, anda post-internship evaluation.CONTENTSPreparation • Directories of US and international• Getting Started firms where students may apply• Organizing the Job Search for internships• The International Internship• Preparing to Apply for an Internship STUDENT RESOURCES• Preparing for the Interview • Companion CD-ROM that includes• Preparing for the Internship downloadable goal-setting, time-The Internship management, and reporting tools,• During the Internship audio of interviews with students• Reporting the Internship and/or professionals, web resources,• Evaluating the Internship as well as examples of cover letters, 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com resumes, and electronic and web-Drawing based portfolios with a chapter on• Conclusions for Your Career international internships• Pathways to Success: From Internship to Career INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCESFEATURES • Instructor’s Guide includes a Professional Standard Matrix to identify• Case studies provide examples of CIDA standards that apply to each interior design industry and internship chapter of the textbook, notes about opportunities, and an in-depth analysis student learning outcomes, examples of the business of discussion/study questions, project• Learning objectives and key terms at ideas (for various levels), and a the beginning of each chapter test bank• Time management feature suggests timelines for completing tasks • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a framework for classroom lectures and discussed in each chapter discussions for each chapter• End-of-chapter assignments for achieving chapter’s objectives• Assignments included in each chapter to improve learning outcomes 19 Careers in Interior Design
  • 19. © 2010 320 pp. 8 pp. full color softcover 7.375 x 9.25 978-1-56367-716-8 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-717-5 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-051-5 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Fundamentals of Interior Design Professional Practice Careers in Interior Design NANCY ASAY—Missouri State University MARCIANN PATTON—Missouri State University Careers in Interior Design explores job opportunities (both traditional and non-traditional) emerging in interior design—a field that is experiencing unprecedented growth. This book analyzes the reasons for this growth in order to accurately define and predict future careers in the profession and provide the pathways in education, skills, and experience necessary to enter and thrive in these careers. This book will help match students and professionals with their best suited and personally fulfilling career path. CONTENTS • Introduction to Interior Design • Concepts of sustainable design, universal • Residential Interior Design design, aging in place, healthcare facili- • Commercial Interiors ties, and environmental psychology and • Healthcare application in the design field • Retail • Emphasis on the role of globalization • Hotels, Restaurants, and Hospitality and technology’s effect in exploring • Product Design various traditional, nontraditional, and new • Opportunities for Specialization job opportunities • Certified Specialty Areas • Profiles of professional designers offering • Professional Development insight into personal career choicesFor mo re info Features INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Outlines identifying education, • Instructor’s Guide provides concise preparation, skills, and experience chapter outlines, quizzes, handouts, necessary to attain job possibilities teaching and project suggestions, available, both nationally additional exercises, and topics for and internationally class discussionrmati o n, con • Tools for self-evaluation of individual • PowerPoint� Presentation frames the strengths and weaknesses with the most chapters for lecture and discussion appropriate career path • Terms used in interior design legislationtact your A ccount Man and types of legislationager.20 Careers in Interior Design
  • 20. © 2009 368 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-639-0 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-990-2 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-976-6 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Fundamentals of Interior Design Professional PracticeRe-de-sign: New Directions forYour Interior Design CareerCATHY WHITLOCK—Interior Design ConsultantForeword by Sherri DonghiaRe-de-sign: New Directions for Your Interior Design Career offers a clear, concise survey ofthe field of interior design, from the tried-and-true areas of residential and contract design toinnovative areas of specialty design. Whether delving into traditional areas such as productand furniture design or venturing into the new trends of lifestyle branding and Internetmerchandising, author Cathy Whitlock deftly covers the spectrum of challenging and diversechoices available to those considering a career in design as well as to established design-ers who want to take their professional practice to new heights.CONTENTS FeaturesThe Interior Design Industry • Explores the varied paths and diverse• The Domicile of Design backgrounds of professionals who• The Role of the Interior Designer have combined vision and hard work to• The Design Education create a successful career• Designing Your Career • Brief sketches and personal interviewsThe Traditional Interior Designer plus more than 28 full profiles of• The Residential Interior Designer designers including: Alexa Hampton,• The Contract Designer Vicente Wolf, Kelly Wearstler, Mitchell Gold, Jonathan Adler, and Michael 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.comThe Diversified Designer Graves, among others• The Designer as Retailer and Merchandiser • Chapters illustrating each design profession using the six P’s: The• The Designer and the Showroom Profession, The Process, The• The Product and Furniture Designer Preparation, The Pay, The Path, and• The Lifestyle Designer The Profiles• The Specialty DesignerThe Designer in the Media INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• The Designer in Print • Instructor’s Guide includes chapter-by-• The Designer on Television chapter objectives, activities, projects,• The Designer in Hollywood and additional resources • PowerPoint� Presentation frames key concepts, reproduces eye-catching art, and offers end-of-chapter discussion work 21 Careers in Interior Design
  • 21. © 2008 320 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-558-4 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Teaching Strategies Interior Design: Practical Strategies for Teaching and Learning KATHERINE S. ANKERSON—Kansas State University, Department of Interior Architecture and Product Design JILL PABLE—Florida State University Interior Design: Practical Strategies for Teaching and Learning provides a pedagogical ap- proach specifically geared to instruction in interior design. Combining theory with practical application and examples unique to the interior design discipline, the unifying theme of the book is achieving excellence in design education. For first-time teachers whose formal training as educators is more limited than their expertise in the discipline of interior design, this text serves as a primary, specialized resource. For both new and seasoned teachers, it is a handy, just-in- time reference for those sticky situations when one needs a fresh perspective in teaching an idea in a new way. The text is enriched by case studies; grading rubrics and student critiques; definitions of educational jargon; tables and graphs; photos of teaching-related activities and spaces; and a bibliography for further information on teaching and learning topics. CONTENTS FEATURES Meeting the Challenge • Essays by three educators with a minimum • The Importance of Interior Design of 10 years experience Teaching and Learning • Tips from tenure-seeking educators,For mo re info • The Nature of Interior Design Education including balancing pressures of teach- Fostering Successful Learning ing, research, creative activity, and service • Course Preparation • Observations from adjunct educators, • Managing and Guiding Learning including advantages and disadvantages • Studio Learning of teaching while maintaining a practice • Teaching and Learning at a Distance and balancing the two roles • Trends in Interior Design Teachingrmati o n, con and Learning • Improving Teaching and Learning The Teaching Experience • Essays and Inspirationstact your A ccount Man • The Teaching and Learning Physical Environmentager.22 Careers in Interior Design
  • 22. © 2009 152 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 Includes CD-ROM 978-1-56367-682-6 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Practices and Procedures Careers in Interior DesignInterior Design Student’sComprehensive ExamLISA GODSEY—The Illinois Institute of Art–Chicago and International Academy ofDesign Technology–ChicagoThe Interior Design Student’s Comprehensive Exam is designed to take the mystery out ofthe National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam. Practice tests intro-duce students to the NCIDQ exam’s multiple-choice format and wording, and design sce-narios allow practice in a variety of residential, commercial, and mixed-use spaces. Notethat these exercises are not directly endorsed by NCIDQ; however, the range and depth ofthe material is similar to recent professional exams, and students will gain the knowledgeand flexibility required to pass the exam and jump-start their own careers.CONTENTSMultiple-choice Exam Full Version • Answer key that includes explanationsMultiple-choice Exam Lite Version for correct answers as aids for stimulat-Design Scenarios: Full and Lite Versions ing classroom discussion• Weaver’s Studio • Design scenarios enabling students• Coffee Shop to practice how to quickly develop a• Business Coach design concept that meets• River Keeper’s Station all requirementsFEATURES STUDENT RESOURCES 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Format and structure of exercises • Companion CD-ROM includes PDFs modeled on actual professional exams of all versions of design scenarios• Multiple-choice questions addressing full range topics found in the NCIDQ exam• Choice of full- and lite-version exams introducing students to the scope and pacing required for successful completion of the test 23 Careers in Interior Design
  • 23. TI EW E TL N © 2012 est. 528 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-138-3 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-139-0 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-140-6 Recommended Courses: Professional Practice for Interior Designers Business Practices in Interior Designers SuSan M. Winchip Professional Practice for Interior Designers in the Global Marketplace Susan M. Winchip—Professor Emerita, Illinois State University The interior designers of tomorrow require a professional practice text that is contemporary and innovative enough to prepare them for the rapidly evolving landscape of the 21st century work- place. Professional Practice for Interior Designers in the Global Marketplace arms students of the Millennial Generation with the know-how they’ll need to launch and evolve their careers. It emphasizes the essential skills and knowledge required to work in a firm as an entry-level designer, while providing an overview of what is involved in starting, owning, and operating an interior design business. Although rooted in fundamentals, the book incorporates up-to-the- minute developments including globalization, changing demographics, the rise of networking technologies, sustainable design, social responsibility, and global economics. CONTENTS FEATURES Launching a Career in the • Dynamic layout, including photos, Interior Design Profession illustrations, and sharp, useful informa- • Fundamentals of the Interior tion graphics designed to appeal to Design Profession visual learners • Career Opportunities in Interior Design • Examples of interdisciplinary projects, • Attaining an Entry-Level Position practices, and organizations within the For mo re info Working in a Design Firm context of the professional practice of • Professional Business Responsibilities an interior designer • International Business Practices • Directories of professional organiza- • Professional Compensation, tions, research resources, blogs, Administrative Practices, and relevant government agencies and Legal Responsibilities boards, design centers, and international exhibitions, and sample Long-Term Client Relationships and rmati o n, con contracts Project Responsibilities • Long-Term Client Relationships • Emphasis on CIDA professional standards • Project Management Strategies • Client and Project Management INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES tact your A ccount Man Strategies for the Phases of the Integrated Design Process • Instructor’s Guide contains chapter outlines, teaching tips and suggestions Owning and Operating an for discussions, collaborative projects, Interior Design Business and experimental exercises and • Business Requirements case studies, along with a test bank • Operating and Managing a Green containing true/false, multiple choice, Interior Design Business and essay questions • Business Policies and Operations • PowerPoint� Presentations include • Promoting an Interior Design Business lecture outlines, discussion questions, ager. • Managing, Growing, and Leading a embedded web links, and text images Profitable Interior Design Business 24 professional practice
  • 24. © 2010 560 pp. softcover 8 x 10 978-1-56367-920-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-999-5 Recommended Courses: Contemporary Issues in Interior Design Professional PracticeThe State of the InteriorDesign ProfessionEdited by CAREN S. MARTIN—University of MinnesotaEdited by DENISE A. GUERIN— University of MinnesotaForeword by Eva MaddoxFor a full list of contributors, please visit our Web site at www.fairchildbooks.comThe State of the Interior Design Profession provides an informed view of the interior designprofession as it stands, challenging students and inspiring them to consider their role andresponsibility in developing the profession’s future. Martin and Guerin have identified12 issues integral to the future development of the interior design profession. Renownedand emerging interior design thinkers (authors), who represent complementary andconflicting viewpoints on the same issue, have written their opinions (essays) in responseto each issue. Their experiences are diverse; they have contributed to practice, industry,publication, research, education, engagement, and service—and many to several of these.Their responses reflect the currency of their opinions, thoughts, and research on the issue.CONTENTS Features• Value of Interior Design • dialogues about issues currently• Design Thinking shaping the interior design profession• Body of Knowledge and influencing its future• Evidence-Based Design • issues and their influence on the state• Factors Influencing Practice 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com of the profession• Ethics and Legality • Highlights of critical junctures requiring• Regulation of Practice decision-making by the profession• Diversity in Interior Design • Illustrates a critical mass of issues for• Globalism discussion and debate• Confronting Educational Challenges• Perceived Identity INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Challenges • Instructor’s Guide, developed by Lisa Whited, IIDA, ASID; Whited Planning Design, provides suggestions for planning the course and using the text in the classroom, projects, additional discussion questions, and other helpful resources 25 professional practice
  • 25. © 2009 400 pp. 16 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-759-5 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-782-7 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-012-6 Recommended Courses: Evidence-based Design Interior Design Studios: Commercial Residential Interior Design Studio I Evidence-Based Design for Interior Designers LINDA L. NUSSBAUMER—Professor Emerita, South Dakota State University A design solution is only as good as the quality of its research. Evidence-based design is an approach in which qualitative and quantitative research inform decisions. Evidence- Based Design for Interior Designers examines how designers conduct research into commercial and residential spaces and use this research to achieve optimal design solutions. CONTENTS FEATURES Foundations of Evidence-Based Design • Charts, illustrations, floor plans, and • Introduction to Evidence-Based Design photographs showing each phase of • Design Theories the design process Data Collection • Full-color inserts featuring case studies • Methods of Data Collection by interior designers • Historic Precedents • Examples of surveys, questionnaires, • Design Precedents and other documents interior designers use to conduct research for evidence- Environmental Considerations based design • Structural Needs • Contextual Needs • Exploration into how design theoriesFor mo re info such as Gestalt and functionalism • Sustainability Needs inform research • Human Factors • Diversity in Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Commercial Spaces • Instructor’s Guide includes sample • Data Collection for course outlines, chapter-by-chapter Commercial Spaces objectives, discussion question • Office Designrmati o n, con related content, additional projects, • Hospitality Design and a Professional Standards Matrix • Healthcare Design for aligning course work with • Retail Design professional standards • Other Design Categories • PowerPoint� Presentation reproducestact your A ccount Man Residential Spaces all key charts, illustrations, floor plans, • Residential Structures: Family and various examples of design-based and Housing research • Data Collection of Residential Design Drawing Conclusions • Putting to Practice Evidence- Based Designager.26 research methods
  • 26. © 2010 496 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 Includes CD-ROM 978-1-56367-721-2 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-722-9 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-723-6 Recommended Courses: Design Studio Programming Senior ThesisResearch-Inspired Design: A Step-by-Step Guide for Interior DesignersLILY B. ROBINSON—Design Institute of San DiegoALEXANDRA T. PARMAN—The Art Institute of Portland (Oregon)This textbook/workbook prepares interior design students for understanding how to changetheir professional practice from a project-based activity to a knowledge-based activity. Robinsonand Parman address the different forms of quantitative and qualitative information, the differentsources of materials (especially in the age of the Internet), and how to differentiate thesesources and types of information. Instructors will find the text a vital research aid for the studentto develop analytical skills and help them transform these scientific models into unique andinnovative processes for their design projects.CONTENTSPlanning Your Research • Includes individual and group• Why Research? in-class exercises and field and• Systems of Inquiry out-of-class assignments• Meaningful Influences• Brainstorming STUDENT RESOURCESInformation Gathering • Companion CD-ROM includes sample• Identifying Information Sources projects at each phase of typical project• Interviews developments, diagrams, sketches, pho-• Surveys tos of models and completed presentation 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Observation boards, and copies of all formsProgramming and/or questionnaires• Research-Inspired Design• Site Selection and Analysis INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includes conciseDesign chapter summaries, lecture outlines, notes• Schematics about overcoming common obstacles,• Design Development additional activities, student handouts,• Design as a Circular Process and examples of student assignmentsFEATURES • PowerPoint� Presentation frames chapters for lecture and presentation• Case studies of art-based designs, research-based designs, evidence-based design, and asset-based design from both students and professionals in the field• Diagramming techniques such as bubble, block, and parti drawings; functional and exploratory sketches, perspectives, and models 27 research methods
  • 27. © 2009 208 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-637-6 Instructor’s Guide | 978-1-56367-638-3 PowerPoint® Presentation | 978-1-56367-929-2 Recommended Courses: Programming Introduction to Design Thinking Space Planning Programming and Research: Skills and Techniques for Interior Designers RoseMary Botti-Salitsky— Mount Ida College Programming and Research: Skills and Techniques for Interior Designers provides a step-by-step a ­ pproach to mastering the process of documenting client and user requirements for any design project. Replete with examples and analyses of student and professional work, this book guides its readers through the creation of their own program documents. Both the National Council for Interior Design Qualification and the Council for Interior Design Accreditation consider programming a required core of knowledge. Programming and Research focuses on how the study of programming for interior designers prepares students for and advances them into the professional realm. FEATURES INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • More than 100 images, including student • Instructor’s Guide includes comprehensive work illustrating and explaining the course outlines, suggested homework assign- programming process ments, and rubrics for evaluating student projects • Appendices with actual programming documents • PowerPoint� Presentation follows the book’s used by successful interior design firms practical approach, framing key concepts • Key terms highlighted and defined in a comprehensive glossary © 2009 368 pp. softcover 6x9 978-1-56367-563-8 Instructor’s Guide | 978-1-56367-564-5 PowerPoint® Presentation | 978-1-56367-969-8 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studios: Commercial Design ProgrammingFor mo re info Interior Design Issues and Theories Informing Design Joan Dickinson— Radford University John P. Marsden— Barton College For a full list of contributors, please visit our Web site at www.fairchildbooks.comrmati o n, con Informing Design suggests a pedagogy in which design decision making is informed by more than speculative hunches, preferences, and intuition. In this collection of contributed chapters, leaders in both design practice and education share their expertise in such specialty areas as corporate, retail, and learn- ing environments; healthcare; and hospitality. Introductory chapters teach students to distinguish among information gathering, programming, and research; apply the findings of others; and conduct their owntact your A ccount Man investigations. Other chapters illustrate how informed design decisions were applied to various building types. FEATURES • Discusses the research process, defines interior • Describes studies that apply techniques to inform design programming, and explains the difference design decisions for interiors of corporate, retail, between research and programming hospitality, health care, and learning environments • Discusses data collection methods and research terminology to provide design students with back- INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES ground information necessary to read published • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions for plan-ager. investigations and use findings to inform design ning the course and using the text in the classroom • Chapter on sustainability used as an overall • PowerPoint� Presentation frames the chapters philosophy for approaching design for lecture and discussion28 research methods
  • 28. © 2012 352 pp. 11 x 8.5 Softcover 978-1-56367-933-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-932-2 Recommended Courses: Concepts of Space Planning Interior Design Studio: Residential and/or Commercial Introduction to Space Planning Design Process Introduction to Interior DesignThe Interior Plan:Concepts and ExercisesRoberto J. Rengel—University of Wisconsin—MadisonThis introductory-level text introduces students to the planning of interior environments.Addressing both the contents of interior environments and the process of interior spaceplanning, topics include the making of rooms, the design of effective spatial sequences,functional relationships among project parts, arrangement of furniture, planning effectivecirculation systems, making spaces accessible, and designing safe environments withefficient emergency egress systems. Numerous exercises throughout the book facilitatelearning by encouraging students to apply ideas and concepts immediately after readingabout them.CONTENTS• Introduction to Interior Planning • Provides an opportunity for students to• The Room develop problem-solving and critical-• Beyond the Room thinking skills in the design of small-• The Project and medium-scale interior spaces• Design Process • Demonstrates application of adjacency• Projects for People: Health, Safety, studies, circulation analysis, bubble and Welfare diagrams, and zoning techniques• Residential Design• Nonresidential Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Basic Metric Conversion Table • Instructor’s Guide includes chapter summaries, lecture notes with handyFEATURES cross references to the text, enrichment• Clearly details space planning as used activities, notes addressing the in-text 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com in both residential and commercial activities, and a test bank design (including retail, hospitality, • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces health care and corporate offices) the texts high-impact visuals and pro-• Extensively uses annotated drawings vides a framework for lecture discussion with concise text to highlight features on plans• Includes page spreads that present one issue, concept, exercise, or mini project in a straightforward and brief manner• Contains journal space for students to work out exercises and projects 29 space planning
  • 29. © 2007 384 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-518-8 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-519-5 Recommended Courses: Design Studio Spatial Composition Programming Space Planning Shaping Interior Space 2nd Edition ROBERTO J. RENGEL—University of Wisconsin–Madison Shaping Interior Space, 2nd Edition, emphasizes the impact that designers make through their spatial compositions and design manipulations. Intended for intermediate and advanced students focusing on commercial design, the text covers strategies for creating interior environments that work as a total system to enhance the experience of users. It places the emphasis on design virtues other than function and beauty to more fully address the designer’s role in providing appropriate amounts of order, enrichment, and expression. CONTENTS FEATURES General Principles • Diagrams and descriptions highlighting • Mastering Interior Design variations within building types, and • People in Buildings showing the importance of understand- • Interior Place and Its Components ing specific personalities of clients and • The Basics of Space projects Establishing the Design • Ways to use clients’ mission statements • Understanding for developing goals and strategies • Ideation during the programming phase of a project Developing the Design • Order • Instruction on using design and concept statements to articulate • EnrichmentFor mo re info character concepts • Expression • treatments for expressing self-image, Completing the Design corporate identity, and branding • Resolution • Modifiers of Interior Space INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide provides a recom- mended schedule and suggestions forrmati o n, con using the text as a teaching tool in a studio classtact your A ccount Manager.30 space planning
  • 30. NEITL T WE © 2012 416 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-905-6 SPACE PLANNING for Instructor’s Guide COMMERCIAL 978-1-56367-904-9 OFFICE INTERIORS PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-906-3 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studios: Workplace/ Office Design MARY LOU BAKKERSpace Planning for CommercialOffice InteriorsMARY LOU BAKKER—ML Design LLCSpace Planning for Commercial Office Interiors provides a thorough and engaging look atthe entire process of space planning, from meeting the client for the first time to deliveringa beautifully rendered and creative space plan that addresses all of that client’s needs.The author takes readers through a step-by-step method that includes establishing clientrequirements, developing and translating ideas into design concepts, drafting layouts, andultimately combining these layouts into well-organized, effective floor plans replete with offices,workstations, support rooms, and reception areas. Covering issues such as circulation, spatialand square footage calculations, building codes, adaptation to exterior architecture, ceilingsystems, barrier-free designs, and LEED requirements along the way, the text presents all ofthe key principles, processes, and tasks associated with laying out interior space to optimizethe health, safety, and wellness of its occupants. Thoughtfully organized, with useful exercisesto help the reader master the entire process and lessons that can be applied to all types ofdesigned interiors, this book is an indispensable learning tool for intermediate-level students ininterior design, architecture, facilities management, and construction management as well asprofessional designers and office managers anticipating a corporate move.CONTENTS FEATURES• Introduction to Space Planning • Diagrams, plan views, standard layouts,• Clients and their Organizations and CAD drawings illustrating every stage 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Discovery Process of the space planning process• Contract Furniture • Illustrated tables depicting office furniture• Circulation and equipment designed to fit a variety of• Room Envelopes and Typical Private office needs Office Layouts • Appendices with sample client profiles,• Typical Workstation Layouts building locations, programming question-• Conference Rooms naires, and circulation plans• Reception Areas/Rooms• Food/Coffee Rooms INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Support Rooms/Functions • Instructor’s Guide includes sample course• Program Report outlines, concise chapter summaries and• Building Footprint and Project Information learning objectives, student projects,• Space Planning Presentation Plans materials for class handouts, and a test bank • PowerPoint® Presentation reproduces key illustrations from the text and provides a framework for lecture and discussion 31 space planning
  • 31. 2010 ASID POLSKY PRIZE © 2010 Wi n n e r 496 pp. full color softcover 9 x 12 978-1-56367-679-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-680-2 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-681-9 Recommended Courses: History of Interior Design History of Furniture History of Visual Culture Visual Culture in the Built E ­ nvironment: A Global Perspective SUSAN M. WINCHIP—Professor Emerita, Illinois State University Visual Culture in the Built Environment: A Global Perspective provides an integrated survey of global interior environments and architecture, explaining significant design styles and move- ments from the mid-19th century to the present day. In addition to learning the characteristics and designers of a particular style or movement, students will learn how and why interior en- vironments and architecture develop, including the impact of cultural and political events. In reflecting the emerging field of Visual Culture studies, this textbook expands upon traditional approaches to studying the history of interior environments and architecture by presenting content within the global interdisciplinary context of the arts, politics, technology, business, and economics. CONTENTS • The Mid-to-Late 1800s • Presents a global contextual analysis of • The 1900s the recent history of the built environment • The 1910s from a multidisciplinary perspective • The 1920s • Includes more than 250 full-color illustra- • The 1930s tions that demonstrate the evolution of • The 1940s interiors and architecture based on globalFor mo re info • The 1950s events and developments • The 1960s • Every chapter features summaries, key • The 1970s terms, and exercises with in-depth • The 1980s research projects • The 1990s to the Present INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES FEATURES • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions • Explores built environments from Africa,rmati o n, con to facilitate student ability to learn about Asia, Europe, North America, South the global built environment from a visual America, and Oceania culture perspective, including detailed • Provides examples reflecting the notes about approaches to active professional responsibilities of designers learning, sample course schedules,tact your A ccount Man to society and individuals, including student handouts, and a comprehensive sustainable development, universal test bank design, and the health, safety, and welfare • PowerPoint� Presentation structured for of the end user both study note and lecture formatsager.32 GLOBAL of Interior IN DESIGN HistoryPERSPECTIVES design
  • 32. © 2011 400 pp. illustrated 8.5 x 11 Full color Soft cover 978-1-56367-755-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-756-4 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-757-1 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studios: Residential and Commercial Global Issues in Interior Design Material CultureDiversity in Design: Perspectives fromthe Non-Western WorldVibhavari Jani—Kansas State University , Department of Interior Architecture andProduct DesignFor a full list of contributors, please visit our Web site at www.fairchildbooks.comDiversity in Design: Perspectives from the non-Western World addresses the need for a textthat encourages evaluation, appreciation, and comparison amongst diverse cultures by incorpo-rating real-world non-Western design traditions into Western context. Each chapter representsa selected non-Western country written by native and resident experts and offers insight intothat country’s culture, highlighting the ways in which social and physical influences have af-fected the development of architecture and design. Contributors native to the featured countriesoffer insight into design philosophies, theories, principles and elements, symbolism, colors,patterns, and textiles from their regions.CONTENTS INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• India • Instructor’s Guide Developed by DAK• China Kopec, PhD, MCHES, IDEC, Associate• Turkey Professor of Design at the New School• Nigeria of Architecture Design, the Instructor’s• Algeria Guide provides design projects in a• United Arab Emirates commercial and residential setting that• Egypt 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com apply the non-Western cultural traditions presented in the text, a detailedFEATURES sample course outline developed for• Introduction of age-old sustainable a studio design course, as well as a practices that inform twenty-first comprehensive test bank century sustainable design • PowerPoint� reproduces the text’s high-• Full-color maps featuring climate impact visuals and provides a framework zones, major sites, cities, and for lecture and discussion geographical zones for each country• Hundreds of full-color photographs and architectural drawings that illustrate interiors, architecture, and the applied arts from non-Western cultures• Supports the 2009/2011 CIDA Standard (Standard 2 Global Context for Design) 33 GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES IN DESIGN History of Interior design
  • 33. © 2009 624 pp. full color hardcover 9 x 12 978-1-56367-462-4 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-463-1 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-464-8 Recommended Courses: History of Interiors History of Furniture History of Interior Design JEANNIE IRELAND—Missouri State University History of Interior Design is a comprehensive survey covering the design history of architecture, interiors, furniture, and accessories in civilizations all over the world, from ancient times to the present. Although the primary focus is on Western civilizations, it also explores Eastern design history. Each chapter begins with background information about the social and cultural context and technical innovations of the period and place, and shows their impact on interior design motifs. Throughout the text, influences of the styles and design solutions of one culture on others are highlighted, demonstrating how interior design has evolved as a continuing exchange of ideas. CONTENTS In the Beginning The Modern World • Ancient Mesopotamian, Persian, and • Design of the Industrial Revolution Egyptian Design • Twentieth-Century Eclectic Design • African Design • Japanese Design • Minoan, Mycenaean, and • Twentieth-Century Design Greek Design to Mid-Century • Etruscan and Roman Design • Twentieth-Century Design • Chinese Design from Mid-CenturyFor mo re info After the Fall of Rome FEATURES • Early Christian and • More than 800 full-color illustrations bring Byzantine Design to life historical design and architecture • Romanesque Design in • Dynamic chapter layout emphasizes the Western Europe context in which the period styles evolve, • Gothic Design and features design motifs of the period Enlightenment • Timelines and hand-drawn mapsrmati o n, con • Renaissance Design in Italy illustrate the transition between periods, • Renaissance Design in the Iberian continents, and cultures Peninsula and Central Europe • Renaissance Design in the Low Countries INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includestact your A ccount Man and England comprehensive chapter tests New Horizons • PowerPoint� Presentation includes • Latin American Design full-color images of key architectural • Continental European Design in features, symbols and motifs, furniture Colonial America pieces, as well as line drawings of interior • English Design in Colonial America and exterior cutaways; reproduces images Power and Prestige from the text to illustrate key concepts • Baroque and Rococo Design • Neoclassical, Empire, and Greekager. Revival Design34 History of Interior Design
  • 34. © 2009 640 pp. full color hardcover 8.5 x 11 2 0 1 1 I D E C BOO K M E D I A AWAR D 978-1-56367-544-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-543-0 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-545-4 winner Recommended Courses: History of Interiors History of FurnitureHistory of Furniture: A Global ViewMARK HINCHMAN—The University of Nebraska–LincolnGlobalization affects every aspect of our lives, from what we buy to what we eat to whatwe study—and the study of design history is no exception. Programs in art, architecture,and interior design all face the challenge of providing students with information fromaround the world. History of Furniture: A Global View covers the major historical move-ments in furniture design (from prehistoric periods through contemporary times) andincludes parts of the world that traditional history books ignore or underserve, such asAfrica and China. It presents the achievements of Western furniture designers, not inisolation from the rest of the globe, but in vibrant contact with it. For example, studentswill learn about the influence of Islamic design on Romanesque style and Thailand’sinterpretation of Art Nouveau. In short, this comprehensive book with a global perspectivefocuses on the evolution of furniture from ancient history through postmodernism.CONTENTS• Prehistory • After Modernism: Modernism• Ancient Civilizations Continued, Postmodernism,• Classical Civilizations and Deconstruction• Early Christian and Byzantine• Romanesque and Islamic FEATURES• Gothic • Highlights the contributions of women• The Americas • Considers furniture in conjunction with• From Stupa to Pagoda and from Mat to other arts, including architecture and 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com Chair: China, India, and Cambodia decorative arts• Renaissance • Features color illustrations throughout• Baroque the text• Rococo • Contains discussion and review ques-• England tions and a timeline in each chapter• In the Colonies • Includes a comprehensive glossary• Neoclassical of terms• Victorian and Historical Revivals• Reform Movements: Arts and Crafts INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Africa • Instructor’s Guide includes midterm• Japan and Japanisme and final exams, detailed course• Art Nouveau outlines, and answers to chapter• Protomodernism discussion questions• Heroic Modernism: Myths and Realities • PowerPoint� Presentation includes• Art Deco, Traditional Design, and the high-quality images of over 150 key Rise of the Decorator furniture pieces from the book• Other Modernisms 35 History of Interior Design
  • 35. © 2010 544 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-651-2 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-652-9 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-991-9 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Textiles Textiles and Finishes for Interiors Fabrics for Interiors Textiles for Residential Commercial Interiors 3rd Edition AMY WILlBANKS—Textile Fabric Consultants, Inc. NANCY OXFORD— Middle Tennessee State University, Textile Fabric Consultants, Inc. DANA MILLER— Middle Tennessee State University SHARON S. COLEMAN— Middle Tennessee State University JAN I. YEAGER—West Virginia University LAURA K. TETER-JUSTICE Devoted entirely to textiles for interiors, Textiles for Residential and Commercial Interiors, 3rd Edition, focuses on the most current fiber and fabric information including new fiber technology and nanofibers, the role of the interior designer in selecting textiles, and the environmental impact of textiles. The book includes in-depth coverage of household and institutional textiles, in addition to commercial and residential textiles for upholstered furniture, windows, walls, and floor coverings. Full-color line drawings and photographs illustrate fibers, yarns, fabrics, manufacturing equipment, coloring, finishings, and end products. Textiles for Residential and Commercial Interiors provides students with all of the technical information, aesthetic fundamentals, and practical knowledge they need to select textiles for every type of residential and commercial interior. contents INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCESFor mo re info • The Fundamentals of Textiles for Interiors • Instructor’s Guide includes responses to • Upholstered Furniture Covering Fillings project assignments and review, exam and • Window Wallcoverings discussion questions, and notes to allow • Soft Floor Covering and Cushions instructors to easily align the text to The • Household Institutional Textiles Interior Design Swatch Kit, available from Textile Fabric Consultants, Inc. features • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a • More than 500 full-color photographs, framework for classroom lectures andrmati o n, con illustrations, and diagrams of residential discussions for each chapter textiles and interiors • Information on embodied energy, indoor air quality, MSDS, environmentally responsible maintenance, LEED,tact your A ccount Man and sustainability • Updated ASTM and AATCC Test Methods for evaluating physical perfor- mance properties and color consistency and retention The Interior Design Swatch Kit and Textiles Unraveled Available from: Textile Fabric Consultants, Inc. 521 Huntly Industrial Drive, Smyrna, TN 37167ager. Phone: 800-210-9394 / 651-459-7510, Fax: 615-459-3744 E-mail: textilefc@textilefabric.com, Web site: www.textilefabric.com36 textiles
  • 36. H O N O R A B L E M EN T I O N © 2007 320 pp. full color hardcover 8 x 10 Includes DVD 978-1-56367-407-5 Instructor’s Guide 2 0 0 9 a S I D p o l s ky p r i z e 978-1-56367-409-9 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Textiles Textiles and Finishes for Interiors Fabrics for InteriorsFabric for the Designed InteriorFRANK THEODORE KOE—Fashion Institute of TechnologyInterior designers and architects need to thoroughly understand fabric in order to satisfyclients’ needs and effectively meet the requirements of a given space. Fabric for the DesignedInterior is a comprehensive text for students and professionals, addressing both residential andcommercial interiors. Early chapters place fabric in a historic context, examining its connectionto the growth of civilization. Chapters with a practical orientation provide readers with the toolsthey need for successfully specifying fabric, dealing with environmental and safety concerns,understanding fabric and carpet-care issues, working with bids and contracts, and learningstrategies for navigating through showrooms and fabricating facilities. Leading designers, fabricmanufacturers, and suppliers weigh in with their experiences, giving readers a clear idea of real-world expectations.CONTENTS STUDENT RESOURCES• Origins of Fabric: A Primer • Companion DVD features a tour of the• Structure and Content Scalamandré textile mill where students of Fiber and Yarn witness design conceptualization, dyeing• Fabric Construction: of yarns, and warping and weaving on vari- Wovens and Nonwovens ous looms. The virtual tour also includes• Dyeing, Printing, and Finishing interviews with employees who discuss• Floor Covering: Rugs and Carpeting manufacturing fabric and producing• The Environment, Safety, and Codes passimenterie from design studio to• Inside the Workroom inspection. Additionally, the DVD shows 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Specifying Contract students how to navigate through the New Fabric and Carpeting York City Design Center showrooms,• Sources: Acquiring Fabric which specialize in both residential and for Clients contract fabric.• Specifying Residential Fabric and Trimming INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Maintaining Fabric, • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions for Carpeting, and Rugs planning the course and using the text in• Learning from the Professionals the classroom 37 Textiles
  • 37. IT W N IOED NE 432 pp. with CD-ROM | full color | three-ring binder | 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-380-6 CourseSmart® | 978-1-60901-453-7 Instructor’s Guide | 978-1-60901-361-5 PowerPoint® Presentation | 978-1-60901-360-8 Recommended Courses Textiles Textiles and Fabrics Understanding Fibers, Fabrics, and Textiles J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science 10th Edition Allen C. Cohen—Professor Emeritus, Fashion Institute of Technology Ingrid Johnson—Fashion Institute of Technology With an increased emphasis on textiles as a major global industry, the tenth edition of this best-selling book continues to meet the needs of both students and professionals in the textile, fashion, and related industries. Based on their combined experience in both education and the industry, Cohen and Johnson provide readers with a comprehensive text about the design, structure, and ap- plication of textiles. The range of information is exceptionally broad, and includes basic fiber makeup, fiber innovation, the formation of fabrics, quality issues, and laws that regulate textiles; updated topics include environmental responsibility, nanotechnology and innovations in industrial textiles. The authors also provide readers with information regarding textile-related trade and professional associations and career opportunities in design, production, marketing, merchandising, apparel and home products. Contents New to this Edition • The Textile Industry • Expanded coverage of sustainability issues • Fiber Characteristics • Textile Connection—a new feature that adds significance to • Natural and Manufactured Fibers text material • Yarns and Sewing Threads • End-of-chapter assignments, including questions related • Woven Fabrics to Fabric Science’s swatches, facilitating an understanding • Knitted Fabrics of the relationship between chapter content and textiles • Other Types of Textiles • Full color illustrations and photographs throughout the text • Textile Dyeing • Textile Printing • Textile Finishing Instructor’s resources • Textile and the Environment • Instructor’s Guide includes teaching and preparation • Care and Renovation of Textiles suggestions, class activities, up-to-date resources, answers • Unique Fabrications and Innovations to in-text study questions, comprehensive chapter exams, and • Textiles for Interiors a guide to Swatch Kit assignments that integrates the Fabric • Determining Fabric Quality Science textbook with the Fabric Science Swatch Kit • Guide to Fabric Selection • PowerPoint� Presentation illustrates key concepts from • Textile Laws, Regulations, and Trade Agreements the book and provides the basis for classroom lectures and • Textile Trade and Professional Associations discussions for each chapter 124 pp. | 114 (2˝ x 3˝ ) Swatches (including mounting sheets) | linen tester | three-ring binder | 8.5 x 11 | 978-1-60901-358-5 Instructor’s Guide 978-60901-318-3 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-364-6 For more information, contact your Account Manager. J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science Swatch Kit 10th Edition Allen C. Cohen— Professor Emeritus, Fashion Institute of Technology Ingrid Johnson— Fashion Institute of Technology Designed to accompany the 10th Edition of Fabric Science, this Swatch Kit supplements the study of textiles for students in fashion design, merchandising, product development and home furnishings. Swatches represent the types of fabrics currently available to apparel, interior, and industrial designers. FEATURES Instructor’s resources • 114 (2 x 3) fabric swatches assembled and bundled in • Instructor’s Swatch Set 122 7 x 12 fabric swatches two sections for easy accessibility correspond to 114 student swatches with 8 additional • Key to fabric swatches that identifies the swatches by Instructor’s Bonus Samples: Mohair Poodle Cloth, number, fabric description, purpose, and fiber content Point D’esprit, Sculpted Velvet, Glitter Print Interlock, Hex • Swatches, including those of organic cotton and bamboo, Net, Double-Faced Wool, Ruffle, Gabardine (courtesy of intended to raise awareness of sustainability issues Nano-Tex�) • Revised mounting boards for additional space to identify • Includes preprinted cards with instructions to mount yarn type, dye, and/or prints and finishes swatches and create file for research • 6x plastic linen tester/stitch counter supplied in vinyl pouch • Instructor’s Guide offers a step-by-step guide to the • New swatches for more recent materials such as assignments using the Fabric Science Swatch Kit, with a microdenier fiber, lyocell fiber, and special purpose Specification Key to each swatch and complete sample “high-tech” fabric such as Staybright™ bleach-resistant student boards fabric; eco-friendly fibers include organic cotton and • PowerPoint� Presentation includes high-resolution, reprocessed wool full-color front and back views of the 114 fabric swatches from Fabric Science Swatch Kit, 10 th Edition as well as the 8 Instructor’s Bonus Swatches 38 Textiles
  • 38. © 2011 352 pp. 8 pp. full color softcover perforated 7.375 x 9.25 978-1-56367-844-8 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-845-5 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-846-2 Recommended Courses: Textiles Textiles and Fabrics Understanding Fibers and FabricsTextiles: Concepts andPrinciples 3rd EditionVIRGINIA HENCKEN ELSASSER—Centenary CollegeThis clear and concise book focuses on the interrelationship of textile components to helpstudents understand and predict textile properties and performance. Intended for undergradu-ate programs of colleges and universities that focus on fashion merchandising, fashion design,and interior design, Textiles: Concepts and Principles provides a thorough introduction to thefundamentals of textiles.CONTENTS• Introduction to Textiles • Review of technologically-innovative• Fibers and Their Properties fibers and their design applications• Natural Fibers • Real-world case studies of industry• Production of Manufactured Fibers products and procedures• Manufactured Cellulosic and • Information defining the role of textiles Regenerated Protein Fibers within specific industries in easy-to-read• Synthetic and Special Application Fibers format• Yarn Formation • Standards of construction, maintenance,• Woven Fabrics and Their Properties and performance as applied to textiles• Knit Fabrics and Their Properties • Explanation of the importance of labeling• Nonwovens and Other Methods of Fabric • Tools for evaluating the effect of fabric Construction construction on product performance 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Dyeing and Printing • “At-a-Glance” feature provides quick• Finishes access to key information• Textiles and the Ecosystem INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCESFEATURES • Instructor’s Guide includes sample• Student lab workbook with assignments syllabi for 15-, 12-, and 8-week courses, for each chapter that can be conducted sources for teaching materials, answers individually, in teams, or in class settings to end-of-chapter review questions, and• New chapter “Textiles and the sample tests for each chapter Environment” covering environmental • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a issues, disposal recycling, and social framework for classroom lecture and responsibility throughout the life cycle discussion of textiles• Discussion of current issues related to the impact of globalization and the environ- ment on the textiles industry 39 Textiles
  • 39. © 2010 464 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-712-0 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-713-7 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-714-4 Recommended Courses: Building Systems Building Structures Environmental Building Systems Sustainable Building Systems and Construction for Designers LISA M. TUCKER—Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University This text views building construction and its systems through the lens of sustainability, pro- viding an integrated approach to the principles of sustainable design as the way a building is created. As a practicing architect and interior designer, Tucker covers all systems including construction systems, mechanical systems, electrical and plumbing systems, and interior systems. The technical knowledge and vocabulary presented here allow interior designers, architects, engineers, and contractors to communicate more effectively among themselves while collaborating on projects. CONTENTS FEATURES • A Holistic Approach to Building Design • Includes Life-Cycle Costing and and Construction Sustainable Design issues throughout • Site Considerations and Foundations • Goes beyond traditionally accepted • Structural Systems methods to include alternative • Mechanical Systems construction techniques • Electrical Systems and Lighting • Discussions of energy use and • Plumbing Systems other factors of sustainability related to • Walls mechanical and electrical systems • Floors • Features use of water, energy, and • Roofs/Ceilings other factors of sustainability related toFor mo re info • Acoustics and Indoor Air Quality plumbing systems • Interior Building Systems • Case studies of actual interiors and • Regulations buildings to supplement text • Case Studies • Clear line drawings and photographs support the text INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCESrmati o n, con • Instructor’s Guide includes 6-, 12-, and 15-week sample course outlines, bulleted chapter objectives, additional assignments, tips for overcoming common obstacles, and comprehensivetact your A ccount Man chapter tests • PowerPoint� Presentation frames chapters for lecture and discussionager.40 Building systems
  • 40. NE ITI ON ED W © 2013 360 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-229-8 Instructor’s Guide INTERIOR DESIGN 978-1-60901-304-2 MATERIALS and PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-305-9 SPECIFICATIONS2ND EDITION Recommended Courses: Interior Materials Materials and Specifications Interior Design Studio Materials and Textiles LISA GODSEYInterior Design Materialsand Specifications 2nd EditionLisa Godsey—The Illinois Institute of Art–Chicago and the International Academy ofDesign and Technology–ChicagoThis complete guide to the selection of materials for interiors has been updated to reflectrecent changes to the industry. Written from the viewpoint of the working designer, InteriorDesign ­ aterials and Specifications, 2nd Edition, describes each material’s characteristics Mand teaches students how to evaluate, select, and specify materials, taking into account fac-tors including code compliance, building standards, sustainability guidelines, human needs,and bidding processes. Students will learn how to communicate with suppliers and vendorsto achieve the results they envision and how to avoid some of the pitfalls common to materialselection and specification.CONTENTS New to this Edition• Making Material Selections • Over 250 color photos and drawings• Paints, Coatings, and Wallcovering • “Web Search” and “Personal Activity”• Textiles challenge students to solve problems• Carpeting and Area Rugs • “Point of Emphasis” creates easily• Wood absorbed nuggets of information• Resilient Flooring • “Cautionary Tales” relate real-life problems• Plastic • “For the Connoisseur” offers• Glass professional tips• Metal • “Specifying” guides learner through 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Tile and Brick decision-making process• Stone • Specification and installation processes• Terrazzo, Similar Composites, and Concrete • Sustaniable characteristics and acoustic• Laminated Materials and Substrates qualitites of materials• Acoustical Products INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCESFEATURES • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions• Detailed photos and illustrations that for planning the course and using the text help students identify different types in the classroom, and aligns content with of materials CIDA Professional Standards• Discussion of budgets, codes, sustain- • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces key ability, and functional and aesthetic illustrations from the text and provides a aspects of materials both in residential and framework for lecture and discussion nonresidential spaces 1st Edition Still Available! © 2008 320 pp. | softcover | 8.5 x 11 | includes CD-ROM 978-1-56367-487-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-488-4 41 Materials
  • 41. © 2011 368 pp. full color softcover 7.375 x 9.25 978-1-60901-086-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-088-1 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-089-8 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Lighting Lighting Design Lighting for Interior Environments Lighting and Sustainable Interiors Fundamentals of Lighting 2nd Edition SUSAN M. WINCHIP— Professor Emerita, Illinois State University Fundamentals of Lighting, 2nd Edition, is written for college students who are studying lighting in their quests to become interior designers. Taking an integrative approach, the text not only includes lighting system basics, but also demonstrates how lighting relates to the design process, human factors, sustainability, global issues, regulations, business practices, and the LEED building certification program. CONTENTS Principles of Lighting • New art program with more than 300 color • Introduction to Quality Lighting photographs of global interiors and new • Color and Directional Effects lighting systems of Lighting • New case studies demonstrating best • Natural and Artificial Light Sources practices as applied in LEED-certified • Energy, the Environment, and buildings Sustainable Design • Explanation of LEED certification • Illumination, Human Health, requirements; boxed features in 10 and Behavior chapters that apply chapter content to • Lighting Systems: Luminaires sustainable design and LEED • Lighting Systems: Controls credit categories • Quantity of Light • Visual case studies showcasing Lighting Design Applications and the successful sustainable lighting design Design Process for top-ranking LEED-certified residentialFor mo re info • Lighting Design Process: Project and commercial buildings Planning through Design Development • Design projects that guide students • Lighting Design Process: through research, comprehension, and Contract Documents through application of fundamental concepts Postoccupancy Evaluation • Online resources with Web links to • Residential Applications manufacturers, distributors, and • Commercial Applications suppliers as well as professional organizations, governmentrmati o n, con organizations, and trade Features associations • Focus on quality lighting from a design perspective INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Easy-to-read format; pedagogy • Instructor’s Guide expands on each chapter’s projects and exercises withtact your A ccount Man designed to appeal to millennial additional activities for teaching and generation learning sustainable design; includes New to this Edition exam questions and suggestions • Updated lamp technologies, luminaires, for multimedia and cross-disciplinary controls, human factor research, lecture features energy codes/standards, lighting • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a software programs, and technological framework for classroom lectures and developments—including LEDs discussions for each chapter and OLEDs • Innovative approaches to lighting fromager. non-traditional sources, such as visual arts, nanotechnologies, and textiles42 lighting
  • 42. © 2005 786 pp. full color hardcover 8 x 10 ISBN-10: 1-56367-317-7 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-317-7 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-320-7 PowerPoint® Presentation 1-56367-471-8 Recommended Courses: Lighting Design Lighting for Interior EnvironmentsDesigning a Quality LightingEnvironmentSUSAN M. WINCHIP— Professor Emerita, Illinois State UniversityThis comprehensive text examines the technical, practical, and aesthetic aspects of lightingdesign. With its focus on quality, it demonstrates how lighting designers provide function-al, safe, and aesthetically pleasing designs for both residential and commercial interiors.The author’s extensive research integrates developments in the field with an introduction tolighting systems, giving readers a foundation for applying design principles tolighting projects.CONTENTS FEATURESPrinciples of Lighting • Human factors associated with• Introduction to Lighting lighting, including the needs of special• Lighting Environments populations; the effects of lighting on• Lighting Systems: Electrical Sources health, productivity, and behavior; and• Lighting Systems: Lamps for spatial interpretations Special Applications • Issues in energy conservation, “green• Color design,” lighting pollution, light• Directional Effects of Lighting trespass, and international implications• Quantity of Light • Case studies demonstrating the• Electricity best practices for lighting design in• Lighting Systems: Luminaires residential and commercial fields 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Lighting Systems: Controls • Design projects, exercises, and assign-• Portable Luminaires and ments to reinforce text material Styles of Fixtures • Appendices including lighting guides,• Energy and the Environment shapes of lamps, spectral power dis-• Illumination and Human Factors tribution curves, beam spread charts,Lighting Design Applications lighting documents, candlepower• Safety and Security distribution graphs, Internet resources,• Illuminating Visual Art lighting manufacturers, lighting suppli-• Light Art ers, and professional organizations• Light and Interior Architecture• Inspirational Mediums INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Case Studies: Residential and • Instructor’s Guide includes resources Commercial Applications and suggestions for ways to examine topics introduced in each chapterLighting Design Process • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a• Initial Phases framework for classroom lecture and• Design Phases discussion• Final Phases 43 lighting
  • 43. TI EW E TL N © 2012 Interactive DVD 978-1-60901-118-5 Katherine Ankerson Instructor’s Guide illustrated 978-1-60901-119-2 codes PowerPoint® Presentation for designers 978-1-60901-120-8 Recommended Courses: Buildings Codes and Standards RESIDENTIAL Interior Design Studio: Residential Residential Interiors Illustrated Codes for Designers: Residential Katherine S. Ankerson—Kansas State University, Department of Interior Architecture and Product Design Illustrated Codes for Designers: Residential is an interactive DVD that equips interior design students with the knowledge needed to work within the laws, codes, regula- tions, and standards that apply to residential environments. It explains how codes related to safety, accessibility, and more must be integrated into the design process at various stages, and explores how they affect different project types, including both one- and two-family dwellings at various phases of the design process. Based on the 2009 International Building Code, with many North American standards addressed as well, the DVD creates an active learning environment in which students will learn to use codes as an integral part of the design process. CONTENTS • Codes and Standards • Graphic and written timelines illustrat- • How to Use the IRC ing key times during project phases to • Interior Planning Issues consult specific laws, codes, regula- • Electrical and Plumbing Requirements tions, and standards • Dwelling Fire Protection • Multiple interactive tools that encour- For mo re info • Standard Construction Requirements age critical decision making • Energy Efficiency and Indoor Health • Permitting Process INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includes FEATURES suggestions for planning the course • Introduction of key concepts and and using the text in the classroom principles providing an effective • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a chapter-by-chapter framework for rmati o n, con foundational understanding • Interviews with designers and classroom lectures and discussions code officials • Case studies that provide examples in applications of varying scope which tact your A ccount Man reflect the wide variation in interior design practice ager. 44 codes
  • 44. NEITL T WE © 2012 Interactive DVD 978-1-60901-121-5 Katherine Ankerson Instructor’s Guide illustrated 978-1-60901-122-2 codes PowerPoint® Presentation for designers 978-1-60901-124-6 NON- Recommended Courses: Building Codes and Standards RESIDENTIAL Interior Design Studio: Commercial Design Commercial InteriorsIllustrated Codes for Designers:Non-ResidentialKatherine S. Ankerson—Kansas State University–Department of InteriorArchitecture and Product DesignIllustrated Codes for Designers: Non-Residential is an interactive DVD that equips inte-rior design students with the knowledge needed to work within the laws, codes, regula-tions, and standards that apply to non-residential environments. It explains how codesrelated to safety, accessibility, and more must be integrated into the design process atvarious stages, and explores how they affect different project types, including office,retail, healthcare, and assembly environments. Based on the 2009 International BuildingCode, with many North American standards addressed as well, the DVD creates an ac-tive learning environment in which students will learn to use codes as an integral part ofthe design process.CONTENTS FEATURES• History and Context • Introduction of key concepts and• Permitting Process principles providing an effective• Occupancy foundational understanding• Heights and Areas • Interviews with designers and• Types of Construction code officials• Egress • Case studies that provide examples in• Fire-Resistive Construction applications of varying scope which• Interior Finishes 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com reflect the wide variation in interior• Interior Environment design practice• Smoke and Fire Safety • Graphic and written timelines illustrat-• Existing Structures ing key times during project phases to consult specific laws, codes, regula- tions, and standards • Multiple interactive tools that encour- age critical decision making INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includes suggestions for planning the course and using the text in the classroom • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a chapter-by-chapter framework for classroom lectures and discussions 45 codes
  • 45. © 2010 304 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-780-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-781-6 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-992-6 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Architectural Drawing Design Communication Hand Drawing for Designers: Communicating Ideas through Architectural Graphics DOUGLAS R. SEIDLER—Marymount University AMY KORTÉ—Boston Architectural Center Hand drawing remains a powerful tool in conceptual design. Hand Drawing for Design- ers: Communicating Ideas through Architectural Graphics will show you how to use hand drawing to explore multiple design responses quickly and intuitively and to develop a successfully responsive design solution. The text approaches the act of drawing as a com- munication tool, valued within design firms for conceptual design, design development, and client presentations. The concepts and methods in the text build, progressing from an introduction to drawing rationale to two- and three-dimensional drawing techniques and presentation drawings. Designed to strengthen the user’s understanding of visual representation and technical drawing by visual teaching, Hand Drawing for Designers provides the skills for translating three-dimensional ideas into two-dimensional drawings that effectively communicate design concepts. CONTENTS • Why Do I Need to Draw by Hand? • Examples of student work thatFor mo re info • Drawing Tools combines hand and digital drawing • Design Principles • Techniques using Google SketchUp, • Floor Plans Adobe Illustrator, and • Reflected Ceiling Plans Adobe Photoshop • Sections STUDENT RESOURCES • Exterior and Interior Elevations • Companion CD-ROM provides digital • Paraline Projectionsrmati o n, con example files in Photoshop, Illustrator, • Perspectives and SketchUp formats • Complex Geometry • Diagramming and Analytical Drawings INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Rendering Techniques • Instructor’s Guide includes chaptertact your A ccount Man objectives, key terms and concepts, FEATURES suggested assignments, and answer • Multiple methods for using hand and keys for learning exercises digital drawing together in the studio • PowerPoint� Presentation contains • Developing conceptual ideas through images from the text that support drawing: ideation the conceptual discussion for each • Illustrated step-by-step drawing drawing convention and that support instructions and learning exercises the step-by-step discussion for • Case studies of drawing interior selected drawing conventions elevations, exterior elevations, andager. design models46 drawing and presentation
  • 46. © 2011 244 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-837-0 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-838-7 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-839-4 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design Design Communication Architectural DrawingDrafting and Design: Basics forInterior DesignTRAVIS KELLY WILSON—Western Kentucky UniversityUsing a residential design scenario that increases in scope from chapter to chapter and results ina complete set of working drawings, Drafting and Design: Basics for Interior Design teaches theart of drafting through hands-on application. Introducing essential drafting tools, equipment, andmethods, the book is designed to help interior designers develop an understanding of space plan-ning and leverage manual drafting skills to design usable and livable space.CONTENTS Features• Why Do We Need to Learn to Draft manually? • Illustrated step-by-step instructions and• Understanding the Use of learning exercises Design Equipment • Emphasis on proper use of drawing• Measuring and the Use of the Scale tools (including lead holders, parallel bar,• Quality Drawing T-square, drafting table, adjustable triangle,• Symbols, Lettering, and Typography in and architectural scale) Drafting • Techniques for manually drafting accurate• Planning a Building floor plans to scale with proper line• Floor Plans weights, paper, and lettering• Sections • Hands-on, practical approach• Elevations • Referece glossary of key terms• Schedules • Reference key of abbreviations used in• Electrical and Lighting 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com drawings• Kitchen and Bath Design • Metric tables• Product Designing: Case Goods, Lighting, • Highlighted punch lists for checking Furniture, and Small Fixtures drawing elements• Projection Drawings on a 2D Surface• Presentation Drawings INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includes a sample sketching list and 15-week course schedule, student learning objectives, instructor tips, comprehension and discussion questions, homework assignments, additional design scenarios, punch list sheets, and sample scenario floor plans • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces the text’s high-impact visuals and provides a framework for lecture and discussion 47 drawing and presentation
  • 47. © 2010 160 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-737-3 CourseSmart® 978-1-60901-452-0 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-985-8 Recommended Courses: Basic Drafting Techniques for Interiors Design Communication Hand Drafting for Interior Design DIANA BENNETT WIRTZ—The Art Institute of Seattle In Hand Drafting for Interior Design, Diana Bennett Wirtz uses her professional and academic experience to show readers how to create beautifully detailed interior design drawings to share with clients. She provides detailed examples of how to render furniture, floors, walls, windows, and even plants, in floor plans and elevations, using only drafting pencils, a T-square, and a triangle. The text covers the complete drafting process, from choosing the right tools through to a complete drawing that represents the designer’s ideas and concepts. CONTENTS FEATURES • Drafting Tools • Step-by-step instructions and diagrams • Lettering to draw window treatments, flooring, • Windows, Walls, and Doors in a Floor Plan accessories, art, among other • Drawing Furniture in a Floor Plan design elements • Drawing Flooring in a Floor Plan • Illustrations of elevations for interiors and • Kitchens Baths exteriors as well as sections • Architectural Details in a Floor Plan • Differences between, and appropriate • Interior Elevations uses of, pencil line weights • Exterior Elevations • Sections INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • PowerPoint� Presentation reproducesFor mo re info author’s step-by-step examples of how to render detailed interior design drawingsrmati o n, contact your A ccount Manager.48 drawing and presentation
  • 48. © 2011 318 pp. full color softcover 9 x 12 978-1-56367-918-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-919-3 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-319-6 Recommended Courses: Freehand Sketching Design Communication Architectural Drawing Presentation Drawings/GraphicsSketching Interiors: FromTraditional to DigitalSUINING DING—Indiana University, Purdue University–Fort WayneSketching Interiors: From Traditional to Digital, highlights four basic drawing skills for interiorsketching across three different media— pencil, ink, and marker. The in-depth approach tovarious elements of sketching, including details of perception, texture, negative space, elevation,contour, and the treatment of interior and exterior spaces, will help students perfect freehandand drawing skills. Throughout various exercises inspired by field studies, students will learnbest practices for creating and presenting work for clients. Additionally, the book introduces thetechniques of transforming hand drawings into sophisticated digital drawings using Photoshop,an invaluable resource for both new and seasoned designers.CONTENTS• Sketching Interiors: A Few Words Before • Covers interiors, exteriors, furniture, Getting Started and accessories• Perception of Edges • Offers drawing problems and• Perception of Spaces assignments/exercises in each chapter• Perception of Light and Shadow • Includes both black and white sketches• Perception of Spatial Relationships and color renderings• Texture• Presenting Materials with Markers INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Interior Rendering with Markers • Instructor’s Guide offers sample course• Freehand Sketching for Presentations outlines, grading rubrics for pencil master• Transforming Hand Drawing to drawing and marker master drawing, 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com Digital Drawing chapter summaries and objectives, key terms, lecture outlines, and demonstrationFEATURES suggestions aligned to the accompany-• Focuses on freehand sketching using ing PowerPoint� slides, and additional pencil, ink, and marker exercises and activities• Aids in critical elements of drawing • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces including perception, texture, the text’s high-impact visuals and provides and contouring a framework for lecture and discussion• Teaches students to transform hand- drawn sketches into digital formats 49 drawing and presentation
  • 49. NaTale © 2011 320 pp. full color 11 x 8.5 PerSPecTive DrawiNg fOr iNTeriOr SPacelIne DrawIngsghout for graspingperspective easily. rIc forms likesparent cubes are softcover more complex s different typeshese geometric o used to create 978-1-60901-071-3ement of objects pace and complete room designs. Instructor’s GuidePhotograPhsh an analysis ofements such as ts and horizon ects to boost 978-1-60901-073-7fidence and improvecreasing the or success as PerSPecTive DrawiNg fOr iNTeriOr SPace-PoInt or advancedtudents who have PowerPoint® Presentation- and two-point 978-1-60901-074-4ference glossaryan appendix of ids and a metricble. chriSTOPher NaTale Recommended Courses: Perspective Visual Presentations in Interior Design Presentation Techniques in Interior Design Interior Design Sketching Art Interior Design that deal with perspective and/or drawing Illustration Perspective Drawing for Interior Space Christopher natale Using step-by-step instructions together with line-colored drawings, Perspective Drawing for Interior Space offers procedural instruction that covers freehand and technical one-, two-, and three-point perspectives. This text begins with the basic fundamentals of perspective by utilizing geometric shapes (cubes, cones, pyramids) and then advances beyond the core skills, to creat- ing furniture, and finally, complete interior spaces. Students will learn to use grids to help them draw scale and proportion in perspective. The text also teaches students to use floor plans and elevations to create these drawings. CONTENTS FEATURES • Perspective Drawing, Tools, and Other • Utillizes color-coded line drawings Essential Information throughout facilitating the understanding • Drawing Basic Geometric Forms of the concept of perspective in Perspective • Uses basic geometric forms—like solid • Drawing Furniture and Interior Spaces in and transparent cubes—to create more One-Point Perspective complex objects, such as furniture • Drawing Furniture and Interior Spaces in • Displays full-color photographs, showing Two-Point Perspective perspective elements such as vanishing • Sketching Furniture and Interior Spaces in For mo re info points and horizon lines One- or Two-Point Perspective • Includes a glossary, perspective grids, • Using Plan and Elevation Views for and a metric conversion table One-point Perspective Drawings • Using Plan and Elevation Views for INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Two-point Perspective Drawings • nstructor’s Guide follows the text I • Creating Other Interior Details in One- chapter by chapter and uses step- by-step figures as a basis for lecture rmati o n, con and Two-Point Perspective • Creating Exterior Details in One- and outlines; includes a comprehensive Two-Point Perspective test bank • Drawing Furniture and Interior Spaces in • owerPoint� Presentation frames P Three-Point Perspective chapters for lecture and discussion us- tact your A ccount Man ing figures that correspond to the lecture notes offered in the Instructor’s Guide ager. 50 drawing and presentation
  • 50. © 2008 304 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-610-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-611-6 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-843-1 Recommended Courses: Perspective Drawing Design Communication Architectural DrawingPerspective Drawing:A Designer’s MethodROBERT PHILIP GORDON—Columbia College ChicagoPerspective Drawing: A Designer’s Method balances the need for detail with the need for spon-taneity by establishing a connection between constructed perspective and freehand sketching.The techniques illustrated and discussed in this text enable students to design a space as theyare drawing it. One of the author’s students described the effectiveness of this approach asmaking it “one million times easier to draw freehand after learning these perspective tech-niques.” After studying the methods for constructing linear perspective, students produce anumber of freehand sketches. They test each one with an overlay grid to verify the location ofhorizon lines, vanishing points, and other key elements. With practice, they develop the ability tofind these key points intuitively while sketching, so that they can draw freely and confidently.CONTENTS FEATURESMechanical Construction of • Includes coverage of color application3-D Drawings • Teaches foundation skills in• Getting Started Sketching linear perspective• Constructing One-Point Perspectives • Develops self-confidence to pursue• Constructing Two-Point Perspectives freehand drawingComposition and Vantage Points • Chapters feature in-depth lessons of• Framing the Composition how demonstration sketches are set up,• Low and Medium Vantage Points the vantage points, and the media and• High Vantage Points technique usedLandscapes and Seascapes: Rendering • Covers everything from rendering natural forms such as light, water, sky, and treesInteriors and Exteriors in Natural Settings to buildings, streets, people, and other 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Landscapes components of the urban landscape• SeascapesCityscapes: Sketching Urban Ensembles, INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCESPublic Spaces, and Getaways • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions• Cityscapes for planning the course and using the text• Gateways in the classroomApplications for Freehand Perspective • PowerPoint� Presentation frames eachSketching chapter for lecture and discussion• Design Projects• Pinups 51 drawing and presentation
  • 51. © 2008 440 pp. full color softcover 12 x 9 978-1-56367-531-7 CourseSmart® 978-1-60901-463-6 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Rendering Design Communication Presentation Methods Interior Design Illustrated: Marker and Watercolor Techniques CHRISTINA M. SCALISE In an age of reliance on CAD programs, the skill to express a vision with a hand-rendered drawing gives an interior designer a distinct advantage in communicating with clients. Interior Design Illustrated helps students develop this powerful marketing tool. The step- by-step approach, with simple, uncomplicated lessons that progress from beginner to intermediate skill levels, teaches students how to visualize interior space, perspective, and details (such as pattern and texture) and to render their vision with watercolor and markers. Because the lessons are structured around small tasks, students will become proficient with one rendering skill before moving on to another. The text and numerous illustrations reinforce each other to make the lessons easily accessible to visual learners. The compre- hensive coverage includes instruction in rendering architecture, finishes, fixtures, furniture, accessories, and plantscaping. CONTENTS FEATURES • Creative Tools • Uses a limited palette, making a full • Markers and Watercolors palette of markers or paint unnecessary • Artistic Interpretation and requiring less class time and less • Room Vignettes money budgeted for supplies • Interior Architectural Elements • Vignettes of residential, office, hospi- • Walls tality, and retail interiors illustrating how • Floors rendered elements come together in an • Furniture interior illustration • Enhancements • Practice exercises throughout theFor mo re info • Materials and Textures chapter and additional assignments at • Patterns the end of each chapter • Detailed step-by-step instructions and illustrations covering architec- tural features, wall and floor finishes, furniture, and design enhancements such as artwork, plants, tabletops,rmati o n, con and bedding • Appendix including checklists for self-evaluation and sample drawings to trace or copy for practice andtact your A ccount Man specific assignmentsager.52 drawing and presentation
  • 52. © 2004 160 pp. perforated hardcover spiral bound 14 x 8.5 Interactive CD-ROM with workbook ISBN-10: 1-56367-313-4 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-313-9 Recommended Courses: Freehand Sketching Design Communication Architectural DrawingSketching Interiors at theSpeed of ThoughtJILL PABLE—Florida State UniversityThis CD-ROM and workbook package helps students and professionals pursuing a career inInterior Design improve their impromptu sketching skills when working face-to-face with clients.The CD-ROM contains timed exercises that increase in difficulty as the student progressesthrough the course. Students must complete and reflect on how they might improve each oftheir sketches and sketching times in order to move on to the next exercise. Exercises may berepeated as many times as needed until students feel comfortable with the sketches they haveproduced and the time taken to complete them. This spiral-bound workbook containing specialpaper serves as the students’ sketchbook.CONTENTS CD-ROM FEATURES• Introduction • Sketch galleries that contain examples• Beginning Scenarios of possible solutions to each sketching• Intermediate Scenarios exercise for the students to compare and• Advanced Scenarios contrast their styles• Sketching Challenges • Sketching Challenges at the end of each section that offer students more incentiveWORKBOOK FEATURES to complete every scenario• Easy to fold spiral binding which makes • Exercises that contain voice-overs of the book easy to hold in one’s lap while “clients” directing the users in “real” working at a computer situations; these “clients” change each• Special, thick paper and a blotter to allow time the student repeats the exercise for clean sketches • Directional buttons and help screens that• Areas for students to note their make this CD-ROM easy to navigate 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com sketching times and keep track of their • Numerous illustrations drawn by and overall progress videos featuring Interior Design profes-• Extra pages for students to repeat sionals that present a variety of styles and scenarios several times sketching techniques 53 drawing and presentation
  • 53. IT W IONED N E © 2013 est. 448 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-241-0 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-294-6 DESIGN PORTFOLIOS dESign moving from m o v i n g f r o m t r a d i t i o n a l to d i g i ta l PortfolioS traditional to digital dianE m. bEndEr 2nd Edition PowerPoint® Presentation 2nd Edition 978-1-60901-295-3 Recommended Courses: Presentation Techniques Portfolio Development Introduction to Interior Design Design Portfolios: Moving from Traditional to Digital 2nd Edition DIANE M. BENDER, PhD—Arizona State University Today’s students of architecture, interior design, and landscape design need to master the art of marketing themselves via both traditional handheld and digital portfolios. Design Portfolios: Moving from Traditional to Digital, 2nd Edition, enables students to create portfolios that serve as both evolving collections of creative solutions to design problems and evidence of their abili- ties to visually relay messages. Addressing issues of creation, maintenance, and presentation, the book guides students through every step of the interview and presentation process—from making first contact to composing a thank you letter and securing a job. CONTENTS The Portfolio • Advice on tailoring a portfolio for specific • The Design Portfolio customers and various types of firms • Diversity of Portfolios • Tips and strategies for job hunting, • Knowing Your Audience preparing an effective resume, Getting It Together and interviewing • Gathering Material New to This Edition • Organizing Your Design Work • Updated advice on re-evaluating • Portfolio Layout portfolio content For mo re info • Constructing a Printed Portfolio • Expanded coverage of presentations and The Digital Portfolio material boards • Digital Imagery • Information on the latest technologies • Creating Your Digital Portfolio and software applications • Putting Your Digital Portfolio Together INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Presenting Your Portfolio • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions • Digital Portfolio Presentation Formats rmati o n, con for planning the course and using the • Evaluating and Presenting Your Portfolio text in the classroom • The Interview Process • owerPoint� Presentation provides P • Continuing Your Portfolio a framework for classroom lectures and discussions for each chapter and tact your A ccount Man FEATURES includes full-color reproductions of key • Extensive information on gathering, design examples organizing, and presenting a portfolio • Examples from both undergraduate and graduate design student portfolios 1st Edition Still Available! © 2008 432 pp. | full color | softcover | 8.5 x 11 | 978-1-56367-483-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-485-3 Powerpoint� Presentation 978-1-56367-956-8 ager. 54 drawing and presentation
  • 54. NEITL T WE © 2012 192 pp. 16 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 PRESENTATION STRATEGIES DIALOGUES 978-1-60901-144-4 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-165-9 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-166-6 CHRISTINA M. SCALISE Recommended Courses: Visual Presentations for Interiors Design Presentations I II Interior Design Studio I–IVPresentation Strategies DialoguesChristina M. ScaliseThe ability to effectively and persuasively communicate design solutions is an essential(but often underemphasized) skill for successful interior design, and PresentationStrategies Dialogues helps students hone that ability. By teaching aspiring design-ers how to use imagination, voice, gesture, presence, visual content, and analytical andphysical tools, the book empowers readers to bring their ideas to life in a clear andcompelling manner. Working from a view of the design presentation as an exchange ofideas, the book explores in depth how to cultivate interactions with clients and respondto their feedback. This eminently practical how-to book is a valuable resource for anydesign student, as a reference for a design studio class, or as a text for professionalpractice courses.CONTENTS• The Language of Design • Performance tips that help students• Entice, Engage, Energize, and Equate develop the skills to lead their presen-• Viewer Experience tations and engage their audiences• Intention and Context of Presentation • Strategies and skills relevant to each• Presentation Development phase of the design process and• Performing Arts applicable to both informal and• Collaboration formal interior design presentations• Analysis and meetings• Media INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Professionalism • Instructor’s Guide includes additional 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.comFEATURES assignments, group projects, in-class• Chapter-opening anecdotes from exercises, alignment of content with industry professionals who relate CIDA Professional Standards, and sug- content to the real world gestions on how to conduct critiques• Skill-building assignments ranging and foster meaningful communication from short exercises to among students comprehensive projects • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces• Illustrated examples, helpful margin the text’s high-impact visuals and notes, and additional resources provides a framework for lecture• Authentic, polished, and contemporary and discussion ideas for presentation method via QA with professional designers about their presentation styles 55 drawing and presentation
  • 55. © 2010 384 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-708-3 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-709-0 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-996-4 Recommended Courses: AutoCAD for Interior Design CAD Applications Presentation Techniques Electronic Workflow for Interior Designers and Architects ANDREW BRODY —Endicott College Good design is smart design, and smart designers carefully control their workflow for maximum efficiency. Interior designers use multiple programs during the design process but tend to learn each program in isolation. Electronic Workflow for Interior Designers and Architects is written with integration in mind: students and working professionals will learn how to combine traditional phases of design with the capabilities of selected software for efficient, clear project development. This book is organized to follow the design process from start to finish using a typical interior renovation project. Chapters cover everything from predesign and research to working drawings and construction documents. Presentation renderings for schematic designs and techniques for creating physical and electronic portfolios are also discussed. Readers have the choice of work- ing with a simple, small project or a complex, multilevel one, depending on skill level. CONTENTS STUDENT RESOURCES • Predesign • Student Resources include electronic • Schematic Design in SketchUp documents available online intended for • Schematic Design in Revit use as base files for in-class demonstra- • Working Drawings and Documentation tions and assignmentsFor mo re info • Advanced Rendering • Portfolios INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide includes a model FEATURES curriculum for a three-semester • Quick reference boxes such as Big “electronic media” sequence of courses; Picture, Magic Trick, Under the Hood, a course description, rationale, schedule and Look Out! offer tips for productivity for a 16-week semester, and assignmentrmati o n, con in an easy-to-read format descriptions; sections dedicated • Software programs include Adobe to each of the six units in the book, Photoshop, PowerPoint, RPS IRender with summaries, additional learning nXt, AutoDesk Revit 2010, SketchUp, objectives, additional class activities, andtact your A ccount Man and more additional assignments • More than 300 screen shots • PowerPoint� Presentation frames each and illustrations chapter for lecture and discussion • Term Project Assignments assessing learning outcomes and exercises for further study encourage indepen- dent workager.56 drawing and presentation
  • 56. © 2010 272 pp. 12 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-773-1 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-774-8 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-167-3 Recommended Courses: Model Building Presentation Techniques Design CommunicationArchitectural Model Building:Tools, Techniques, and MaterialsROARK T. CONGDON—International Academy of Design and Technology—SeattleForeword by Ross KingAdvances in computer-aided design have proven to be an invaluable tool for the architectand designer, yet Frank Gehry still begins his creative process by making “simple” modelsout of modest materials. Drawings and video, while an essential part of the design process,are still not substitutes for the tactile sensation one receives from a scale model. Draw-ing on 20 years experience in art and architecture, the author has developed this book onmodel making as it applies to students and professionals of the built environment. Morethan 300 photographs illustrate a multitude of techniques and the use of a wide variety ofmaterials, providing a solid foundation for students and professionals to create and enjoythree-dimensional model making for interior design, architecture, landscape architecture,furniture design, theatrical design, and retail merchandising.CONTENTSPreparation • Provides instructions on shortcuts, and• A Brief History of the tips on avoiding common mistakes in Architectural Model passages that display the “Learn from• Model Types and Their Uses the Pros” icon• Interior Models • Chapter Review and Practice offers• Planning a Model carefully considered critical thinking• Your Workspace questions as well as hands-on practice• Basic Tools and Their Use for the beginning to intermediate model maker 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.comFundamental Techniques• Fundamental Construction Techniques • Planning considerations such as• Bases and Presentation budget, use of models, scale, and• Paper-Based Model construction techniques• Foam Board, Foam Core, or Bainbridge • Display and photographing models Board Models for presentation including choosing a• Balsa and Basswood viewpoint, background, and Construction Techniques lighting effectsAdvanced Techniques • Templates of commonly encountered geometric patterns• Modeling Foams, Acrylic, and Acetate: Mixing Materials and INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Layering Components • Instructor’s Guide provides sugges-• Entourage tions for planning the course and usingTemplates the text in the classroom • PowerPoint� Presentation frames theFEATURES chapters for lecture and discussion• Relevant safety issues relating to the tools and materials Life Cycle Costing and Sustainable Design issues throughout 57 drawing and presentation
  • 57. IT W IONED N E .................................................. 2012 .................................................. .................................................. © 2012 256 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-411-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-476-6 Recommended Courses: AutoCAD for Interior Design Digital Applications uide to Presentation Methods al G Au su t Vi o CA A D2 Digital Drawing for Designers 012 Douglas R. seiDleR Digital Drawing for Designers: A Visual Guide to AutoCAD 2012 Douglas R. Seidler—Marymount University AutoCAD is the industry standard for two-dimensional construction drawings, and this manual was created specifically to help designers master it. Neither overly simplistic nor excessively technical, Digital Drawing for Designers: A Visual Guide to AutoCAD 2012 teaches by relating to what architects and interior designers understand best: the visual world. Beginning with the build- ing blocks of drawing (lines, circles, and arcs), the book progresses through architectural graphic standards, enabling students to create drawings that effectively communicate their design ideas. Advanced features such as annotative dimensions, annotative blocks, express tools, and linking drawings (XREFs) are also covered. Instructions are illustrated using language and concepts from manual drafting, facilitating a smooth transition to the digital environment for all designers. New learners will appreciate the step-by-step lessons and visual illustrations, while experienced design professionals can easily access material to refresh their knowledge. Clear, concise, and above all visual, this AutoCAD guide speaks directly to the needs of architects and interior designers. CONTENTS New to This Edition Hand Drawing and Digital Drawing • Updated for AutoCAD 2012 with new • Digital Drawing Tools instruction for 15 AutoCAD commands • Drawing Lines and Shapes including COPY, ARRAY, PATH ARRAY, • Modifying Lines and Shapes BLEND, HATCH, and DIMENSIONS For mo re info • Drawing with Accuracy and Speed • New chapter dedicated to AutoCAD WS Design Drawings including apps for the iPhone and Android • Organizing Plans, Sections, mobile devices and Elevations • Backwards compatible with AutoCAD • Drawing and Printing to Scale versions 14 through 2012 • Text Styles and Sizes STUDENT RESOURCES • Hatches and Dashed Lines • Companion website with downloads for rmati o n, con Advanced Drawing Tools each chapter includes exercises, plot • Stencils and Blocks styles, title blocks, drawing templates, and • Advanced Editing Tools • Dimensioning Your Drawing professional AutoCAD drawings • Text Leaders tact your A ccount Man INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Drawing Symbols and Attributed Text • Instructor’s Guide includes course • Lining Drawings/External References syllabi and chapter outlines, tips for • AutoCAD WS on your iPhone, iPad, and teachers, and problems and assignments Android Device suited to a range of skill levels FEATURES • Online Resources include a series of • Practice exercises reinforcing each AutoCAD-based learning exercises chapter’s topics that help students focus on additional • Clear explanation of drawing and printing commands and concepts ager. with line weight • Quick reference aids: command reference 58 guide, index, and large-type page headers autocad
  • 58. ....................................... .................................................. ....................................... .................................................. ....................................... .................................................. 2011 © 2010 240 pp. | softcoverp uter Aided d eS i g n Seidler 8.5 x 11 | 978-1-60901-066-9 Digital Drawing for Designers A Visual Guide to AutoCAD 2011 With AutoCAD 2011, . Autodesk enhanced the user interface F e At u r e s and improved many drawing functions updated for AutoCAd 2011: including annotative dimensions compatible with AutoCAd versions and text. neither simplistic nor 14 through 2011 . CourseSmart® exhaustive, this revised edition of illustrations depicting tools, Digital Drawing for Designers teaches functions, the AutoCAd the latest version of AutoCAd by ribbon interface, and keyboard relating to what architects and interior commands . 978-1-60901-447-6 designers understand best: the visual world. Beginning with the building practice exercises to reinforce blocks of drawing (lines, circles, and each chapter’s topics arcs), the book progresses through architectural graphic standards . Clear explanation of drawing and printing with line weight . Instructor’s Guide allowing students to create drawings and effectively communicate their Quick reference aids: command design ideas. Advanced features— reference guide, index, and such as annotative dimensions, large-type page headers . 978-1-60901-067-6 annotative blocks, express tools, and Companion website features linking drawings (XreFs)—are also downloads for each chapter, covered. instructions are illustrated including exercises, plot styles, using language and concepts from title blocks, drawing templates, manual drafting, creating a smooth uide to and professional AutoCAd al G transition to the digital environment PowerPoint® Presentation drawings Au su for all designers. Beginners will appreciate the step-by-step lessons and visual illustrations. experienced Vi t o design professionals can easily access CA A 978-1-60901-068-3 material to refresh their knowledge. D2 Clear, concise, and above all visual, this is the AutoCAd guide written for interior designers and architects. Digital Drawing for Designers ISBN: 978-1-60901-066-9 011 Recommended Courses: douglAS r. Seidler ™xHSLGKJy0106 9zv*:+:!:+:! AutoCAD for Interior Design Digital Applications Presentation Methods Digital Drawing for Designers: A Visual Guide to AutoCAD 2011 DougLAS R. Seidler—Marymount University FEATURES STUDENT RESOURCES • Updated for AutoCAD 2011 including the • Companion website features downloads new AutoCAD ribbon interface for each chapter, including exercises, plot • Updated with new instruction for 20 styles, title blocks, drawing templates, and AutoCAD commands including associative professional AutoCAD drawings dimensions and associative text INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Completely revised chapter on printing and • Instructor’s Guide includes course syllabi plotting and chapter outlines, tips for teachers, and • Backwards compatible with AutoCAD problems and assignments to suit the skill versions 14 through 2011 levels of both interior design students and • Practice exercises to reinforce each new interior designers chapter’s topics • Online Resources include a series of AutoCAD- • Clear explanation of drawing and printing based learning exercises that help students with line weight focus on additional command and concepts • Quick reference aids: command reference guide, index, and large-type page headers • Companion website features downloads for each chapter, including exercises, plot styles, title blocks, drawing templates, and professional AutoCAD drawings © 2007 240 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-512-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-513-3 Recommended Courses: 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com AutoCAD for Interior Design Digital Applications Presentation Methods Digital Drawing for Designers: A Visual Guide to AutoCAD DougLAS R. Seidler—Marymount University FEATURES STUDENT RESOURCES • Backwards compatible with AutoCAD • Companion website features downloads versions 14 through 2009 for each chapter, including exercises, plot • Practice exercises to reinforce each styles, title blocks, drawing templates, and chapter’s topics professional AutoCAD drawings • Clear explanation of drawing and printing INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES with line weight • Instructor’s Guide includes course syllabi • Quick reference aids: command reference and chapter outlines, tips for teachers, and guide, index. and large-type page headers problems and assignments to suit the skill • Companion website features levels of both interior design students and downloads for each chapter, including new interior designers exercises, plot styles, title blocks, drawing templates, and professional • Online Resources include a series of AutoCAD- based learning exercises that help students AutoCAD drawings focus on additional command and concepts 59 autocad
  • 59. © 2011 352 pp. 16 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-081-2 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-082-9 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-085-0 Recommended Courses: Sustainable Design Environmental Design Senior Thesis Sustainable Design for Interior Environments 2nd Edition SUSAN M. WINCHIP—Professor Emerita, Illinois State University Sustainable Design for Interior Environments, 2nd Edition, builds on the first edition’s premise that the interior design profession has a social and moral responsibility to protect the health, safety, and welfare of people and the environment. The text equips professors, students, and practitioners to design sustainable interiors by addressing LEED certification, environmental concerns, ecosystems, ethics, values, worldviews, and the ways in which science and technol- ogy can be used to address environmental challenges. Through content, organization, and pedagogical features, the book integrates complex sustainability topics directly into the design process, thereby enabling readers to apply the concepts of sustainability with the same ease as they do the elements and principles of design. CONTENTS FEATURES Exploring Sustainable Design and • Comprehensive coverage Development: Global Perspectives • Global Focus • Introduction to Sustainable Design • Residential and commercial interiors and Development • Complex sustainability topics integrated • Green Building and Product directly into the design process • Assessment Standards • Included on the reference list of books • Environmental Issues used to compose the NCIDQ examinationFor more information, contact your Account Manager. Sustainability and the Integrated New to This Edition Interior Environment • Updated sustainability content, including • Sustainable Strategies for Integrated new codes and standards Designs: Building Components • Global case studies in every chapter • Sustainable Strategies for • Hundreds of new photographs and Integrated Designs: Finishes drawings, including numerous examples and Furnishings of award-winning and LEED-certified • Sustainable Strategies for Integrated buildings around the globe Designs: Indoor Environmental • Summary tables illustrating the relationship Quality (IEQ) between chapter topics and the LEED • Sustainable Strategies for Integrated 2009 requirements Designs: Daylighting and Electrical • Updated content related to changes Lighting Systems in legislation, international initiatives, • Regulations, Programs, and Organizations technologies, products, organizations, Sustainability and the Integrated and resources Design Process • Sustainable Strategies for Integrated INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Designs: Commercial and • I nstructor’s Guide is written to Residential Interiors reinforce the content of the textbook • Sustainable Strategies for the Integrated and help to develop critical skills. Design Process Reader-friendly tables have been created to present updated LEED certification requirements. • owerPoint� Presentation slides are P available for every chapter60 sustainable design
  • 60. NEITL T WE © 2012 176 pp. full color softcover 12 x 9 978-1-60901-075-1 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-076-8 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-077-5 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studio: Residential Design Sustainable Design Senior ThesisCradle to Cradle Home Design:Process and ExperienceANNA MARSHALL-BAKER—University of North Carolina–GreensboroLISA M. TUCKER—Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State UniversityForeword by Gregg Lewis, AIA—SmithLewis ArchitectureResidential design that is inspired, responsible, and in harmony with the planet: that isthe concept behind cradle-to-cradle systems, which seek to go beyond sustainabilityto the use of waste-free products that return to the earth’s life cycles. Cradle toCradle Home Design: Process and Experience is a groundbreaking text that offers acase study in this revolutionary design concept via the Cradle to Cradle (C2C) HomeCompetition, based out of Roanoke, Virginia. More than 600 submissions from studentsand professionals around the world provide the archive for the book, creating a spirited,smart, and engaging guide that both delights in the possibilities offered by the paradigm,and inspires an alternative approach to design. Developed for interior design andarchitecture studio courses as well as practicing design firms, this book is a must-readfor anybody looking to incorporate sustainable design principles and materials into his orher work.CONTENTS FEATURES• Inspiration • Foreword and Afterword by Gregg• Identification Lewis, AIA, SmithLewis Architecture,• Exploration Roanoke, Virginia• Refinement • Explanation of eight prize-winning• Evaluation Winning Entries in the C2C 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com professional and student designs Home Design Competition • C2C Home Competition jurors• Afterword—Gregg Lewis ­ncluded renowned architects i• Appendix Alexander Garvin, Daniel Libeskind,• References William McDonough, Randall Stout,• Index and Sarah Susanka • More than 75 entries articulating the C2C paradigm INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions for planning the course and using the text in the classroom • PowerPoint� Presentation provides a framework for classroom lectures and discussions for each chapter 61 sustainable design
  • 61. © 2009 352 pp. full color illustrated hardcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-525-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-526-3 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-527-0 Recommended Courses: Design and Human Behavior Environmental Design Interior Design Studios: Residential and Commercial Design Health, Sustainability, and the Built Environment DAK KOPEC —NewSchool of Architecture and Design With the emergence of sick building syndrome in the 1970s and the emphasis on LEED standards today, interior designers are interested in the topics of health and sustainability. Health, Sustainability, and the Built Environment examines the concept of sustainability as it pertains to sustaining human health. By analyzing the many ways that humans interact with the built environment, the text teaches students how to identify both the positive and negative effects that their designs can have on the health of the occupants. CONTENTS Introduction to Environmental Health • Provides examples of how interior • Environmental Health designers can apply ergonomic principles and Sustainability to lighting, noise, space, and furnishings • Overview of the Human Body • Discusses considerations designers must • Common Environmentally Related make for three groups within Diseases and Conditions all societies that often require extra The Built Environment and assistance: children, disabled persons, Health Threats and older adults • Common Contaminants in the • Provides examples of how good designFor mo re info Built Environment can help prevent injuries and deaths in the • Indoor Climate built environment and help prevent various • Energy Systems diseases and injuries Creating Healthy Environments • Gives examples of how designers can help clients make good decisions about • Ergonomics techniques and products that conserve • Creating Healthy Environments for energy without harming human health Specific Populationsrmati o n, con • Safety Considerations INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Promoting Healthy Lifestyles • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions for planning the course and using the text FEATURES in the classroom • Addresses contemporary issues such astact your A ccount Man the meaning of building-related illness • PowerPoint� Presentation illustrates key concepts from the book and provides and sick building syndrome and how the basis for classroom lectures and a well-planned built environment can discussions for each chapter support the needs of individuals with various health problemsager.62 sustainable design
  • 62. © 2012 336 pp. 16 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-921-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-922-3 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-923-0 Recommended Courses: Universal Design Studio Barrier Free Design StudioInclusive Design: A Universal NeedLinda L. Nussbaumer—Professor Emerita, South Dakota State UniversityStretching beyond the successes and challenges of universal design since the inceptionof the Americans with Disabilities Act in 1990 and its amendment in 2008, InclusiveDesign: A Universal Need details how an inclusive approach to design creates an acces-sible and aesthetically pleasing environment for a total population—not just the aging ordifferently abled. Fully covering CIDA accreditation standards that include both the appli-cation of ADA and universal design, the text further specifies the benefits of an inclusiveapproach to residential and commercial environments, product design, and technology.CONTENTSFoundations for Inclusive Design • Design scenarios providing examples• Legislation That Precedes Inclusive of how inclusive design can be applied Design to residential, commercial, and product• Inclusive Design design• Integrating Inclusive Design into the • Profiles including inclusive designer Design Process Michael Graves; motivational speakerInclusive Design for Products and and wheelchair user RosemarieEnvironments Rossetti, PhD; blind mountain• Product Design and Inclusivity climber Erick Weibenmayer; executive• Residential Design director of the Institute of Human• Commercial Design—An Overview Centered Design Valerie Fletcher;• Office Design and other educators and leaders of 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Healthcare and Institutional Design organizations that promote inclusie• Hospitality, Retail, and Other design—a universal need Commercial DesignAdvocates of Inclusive Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• The People • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions for planning the course andFEATURES using the text in the classroom• Floor plans for various design typolo- • PowerPoint� Presentation reproduces gies demonstrating the application the text’s high-impact visuals and of inclusive design from homes to provides a framework for lecture hospitals, offices, schools, shops, discussion and theaters• Features focusing on specific chal- lenges such as introducing universal design into historic preservation, aging in place, and creating homes and work environments conducive to activities for all generations and abilities 63 inclusive design
  • 63. © 2011 368 pp. full color softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-841-7 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-842-4 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-843-1 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studio: Residential Design Space Planning for Residential Design Introduction to Interior Design Residential Design Studio ROBERT PHILIP GORDON—Columbia College Chicago Residential Design Studio details the process of how a professional interior designer and an architect plan and design a residence. Taking the approach of an interview with a potential homeowner, students will create a profile of the end user so that decisions can be made on program and budget. The book simulates for the residential design studio the same conditions that a professional designer faces including client requirements, program, budget, existing plan boundaries, and site location, providing a framework for students to do their own thinking and their own design work. Chapters cover everything from single-family detached homes, attached townhouses, and apartment buildings to preliminary design, remodeling, adaptive reuse, and urban design. CONTENTS FEATURES Getting Started • More than 400 color images illustrating • Preliminary Design concepts presented in the book Low-Rise Dwellings • Uses bubble and circulation diagrams, • Single-Family Detached Homes: taking designer from outside the entry The American Dream, A New Model and into the interior space of a residence • Attached Townhouses • Projects including all residential typolo- • Remodeling and Adaptive Reuse: gies, such as apartments, townhouses, The Sustainable Alternative mixed-use buildings, and single-family residences Important Spaces • Kitchens • Approximately 60 case studies by interior designers and architects showing real- • BathroomsFor more information, contact your Account Manager. life examples of current residential design • Bedrooms: A Safe Place to Sleep • Separate chapters on kitchen, bathroom, Multiples: Walk-ups, Midrises, and Towers and bedroom designs • Apartment Buildings • Student exercises run throughout the Mixing It Up text, along with highlighted and defined • Mixed-Use Buildings key terms The Big Picture • Urban Design: The Context of Residential INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Planning—Putting It All Together • Instructor’s Guide includes teaching notes, tips for overcoming common obstacles, recommended activities, and discussion questions designed to check student comprehension of key concepts • PowerPoint� Presentation frames each chapter for lecture and discussion; includes all new full-color art64 residential design
  • 64. NEITL T WE © 2013 est. 512 pp. full color RESIDENTIAL softcover 8 x 10 KITCHEN AND 978-1-60901-125-3 BATH DESIGN Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-126-0 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-127-7 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studio: Kitchen and Bath Design Interior Design Studio: Residential Kitchen Interior Design Studio: Residential Bath Residential DesignResidential Kitchen and Bath DesignAnastasia Wilkening—International Academy of Design and TechnologyResidential Kitchen and Bath Design provides students with a core knowledge ofthis interior design sub-specialty and equips them with skills they can use to createresidential kitchens and baths that are both functional and beautiful. The text beginswith an overview of the kitchen and bath industries, covering the designer’s role ateach step of the design process. It then goes on to explain functional and ergonomicconsiderations in the arrangement of appliances, fixtures, and storage, and providesdetailed instruction on communicating designs to clients and tradespeople using floorplans, models, and other renderings. Issues related to codes, regulations, and costs arereviewed, as are the NKBA planning guidelines for space planning and drawing plans forkitchens and bathrooms.CONTENTS FEATURES• Overview of the Kitchen and Bathroom • Extensive coverage of measurement, Design Industry with charts and templates for windows,• Kitchen and Bath Design: Materials walls, and appliances• Universal and Sustainable Design for • Exercises and assignments that involve Kitchen and Bath drafting plans for a variety of design• Kitchen and Bath Design: Cabinetry projects and solving problems related• Kitchen and Bath Design Appliances to each chapter’s subject area• Kitchen and Bath Design: Plumbing • Case studies and boxed features• Kitchen and Bath Design: providing insight into real-world 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com Space Planning designer experiences• Kitchen and Bath Design: • Instruction in both the U.S. imperial and Lighting and Electrical Plans metric system• Kitchen and Bath design: Working Documents INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Project Management • IInstructor’s Guide recommends research assignments and additional design projects and includes suggestions on course organization for both quarter and semester schedules • PowerPoint� Presentations contain editable slides and a wealth of visuals showing the “before,” “during,” and “after” of kitchen and bath design 65 residential design
  • 65. © 2008 352 pp. softcover 6x9 978-1-56367-472-3 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-473-0 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studios: Residential Design Studio Problems Home Design in an Aging World JEFFREY P. ROSENFELD—Hofstra University WID CHAPMAN—Parsons The New School for Design Home Design in an Aging World examines changing norms and social strains in an aging world and looks at their implications for home design. Jeffrey P. Rosenfeld and Wid Chapman discuss senior home design in seven rapidly aging nations: Brazil, China, India, Israel, Japan, Sweden, and the United States. All seven of these nations are faced with the challenge of providing housing for populations that are living longer than ever before. The cross-nation discussion follows the growing trend toward a more global understanding of social issues, covering the differences among nations in terms of the effects of policy on the types of housing available, the design elements, and what people can afford. This book sensitizes the students, professionals, and the lay reader to the unique set of challenges of designing for the aging. CONTENTS FEATURES American Success Stories • Highlighted key terms and concepts • Home as Proactive and Home as • Study and discussion questions and Reactive: Designs for Aging in Place cross-cultural comparisons at the • Quest for Community end of every chapter to encourage • In Sickness and in Health: Assisted Living critical thinking and Long-Term Nursing Care • Appendix “Learning from Architects and Designers” exploring accessible homesFor mo re info Learning from Other Cultures • Japan: The Future Is Robotic to more livable communities through real • China: The New Revolution Is Gray, case studies Not Red • Sweden: Independence by Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Brazil: Senior Housing in the Land of • nstructor’s Guide provides suggestions I Youth and Beauty for planning the course and using the text • Israel: From Kibbutzim to Naturally in the classroomrmati o n, con Occurring Retirement Communities • India: The Karma of Home Design Policy and Prospects • Are We Ready for Aging?tact your A ccount Manager.66 residential design
  • 66. © 2007 544 pp. full color hardcover 8 x 10 ISBN-10: 1-56367-384-3 ISBN-13: 978-1-156367-384-9 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-385-1 PowerPoint® Presentation 1-56367-387-8 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studio: Residential DesignResidential Planning and DesignJEANNIE IRELAND—Missouri State UniversityThis comprehensive text introduces the reader to the entire process of planning residentialinteriors. Extensive full-color photos and diagrams augment the text to explain whatan interior designer should know to work with other professionals, such as architects,electricians, and plumbers, to meet clients’ housing needs. The focus on contemporaryAmerican housing trends is enriched with references to interiors from the past and fromother countries.CONTENTS FEATURESInfluences on Residential Design • Coverage of building codes and laws• Personal and Social Influences on that affect residential interior design Residential Design • Annotations throughout the text• Green Design: Environmental pointing out design implications of all Influences on Residential Design aspects of residential planning• Technological Influences on • Attention to green design in annota- Residential Design tions throughout the text as well as in a• Materials Used for Residential Design chapter dedicated to the topicThe Structure of Homes • Comprehensive glossary• Structural Components of the Home • Appendix showing samples of drawings• Finishing the Structure for a residential projectThe Operation of Homes INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• The Electrical System 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• The Plumbing System • Instructor’s Guide includes a test bank, sample syllabi for a 15-week• Air-Quality Control course and a 12-week course, a list• Green Design: Energy Efficiency of resources, chapter-by-chapterDesigning Interior and Exterior Spaces objectives, written and drawing• Housing Styles assignments, and discussion topics• Planning Space Use • PowerPoint� Presentation outlines the• Designing Public Areas key components of each chapter to use• Designing Service Areas during lectures• Designing Private Areas 67 residential design
  • 67. IT W IONED N E © 2012 384 pp. full color EnvironmEntal softcover Psychology 8 x 10 for design 978-1-60901-141-3 2n D E D i t i o n Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-142-0 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-143-7 Recommended Courses: Design and Human Behavior Environmental Design Human Factors in Interior Environments DA K K O P E C Environmental Psychology for Design 2nd Edition Dak Kopec—Radford University How does a room affect an occupant’s behavior and well-being? How does a building influence its residents’ health? Environmental Psychology for Design, 2nd Edition, explores these questions with an in-depth look at psychosocial responses to the built environment. Awarded the 2006 ASID Joel Polsky Prize, the first edition served as an introduction to the discipline of environmental psychology and inspired readers to embrace its key concepts and incorporate them into their practice. This 2nd edition continues to analyze the interaction between environments and human behavior and well-being, while exploring how individual differences related to age, gender, and cultural background impact that interaction. The book provides many proactive initiatives designed to minimize stress and maximize user satisfaction, helping readers to create more comfortable spaces that will both satisfy the needs of the intended occupants and expand the scope of design. CONTENTS New to This Edition • An Introduction to • Contributions from experts sharing Environmental Psychology their insight into each chapter’s topic • Foundational Theories of • Comprehensively reorganized and Environmental Psychology revised to reflect current design trends • Psychobiology and Behavior and advancements • Sensation and Perception • Cultural and sustainability boxed • The Human Condition features show how design affects For mo re info • Information Management global ecology and social identity • Infants, Toddlers, and Childhood • A fully updated program of color photos • The Elderly Population and drawings • Disabled Persons • Studio activities to generate individual • The Environment Called Home and group projects • The Community and Neighborhood • Web links to launch further study into • Learning and Education key topics rmati o n, con • Office Environments INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Healthcare Environments • Instructor’s Guide includes suggested • Resorts and Recreation syllabus, along with instructional • Retail and Service Environments objectives, discussion questions, tact your A ccount Man FEATURES learning activities, and test questions for • Cross references and boxed features each chapter designed to facilitate discussion of • PowerPoint® Presentation provides a concepts and applications framework for classroom lectures and • Discussion questions equipping discussions for each chapter designers to analyze critically and think comprehensively 1st Edition Still Available! © 2006 384 pp. | full color | hardcover | 8 x 10 ager. ISBN-10: 1-56367-424-6 | ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-424-2 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-375-4 PowerPoint� Presentation 1-56367-376-2 68 environmental psychology
  • 68. © 2005 268 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 ISBN-10: 1-56367-340-1 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-340-5 Recommended Courses: 2 0 0 5 a S I D p o l s ky p r i z e Interior Design Studios: Residential and Commercial Design Design and Human Behavior Senior Thesis winnerDesigning for Privacyand Related NeedsJULIE STEWART-POLLACK—Rocky Mountain College of Art DesignROSEMARY MENCONIThis timely book provides a synthesis of research, theory, and practical application to exploreand examine the concept of privacy as a function of interior design responsibility. Present-ing information in a straightforward manner, the text examines privacy needs and solutions forresidential, healthcare, hospitality, and work environments. Age-specific privacy needs are alsocovered. Students learn that privacy is not a luxury experience but a basic and restorative humanneed that reduces stress, enhances self-identity and creativity, and enables people to bettermanage both personal activities and social interactions.CONTENTS FEATURES• Why Study Privacy? • Design features for enhancing privacy• The Concept of Privacy and Its Role in highlighted within chapters Our Lives • Extensive bibliography allowing for• Characteristics of the Physical greater in-depth study of specific issues Environments that Promote Privacy • Links between topics in different chapters• Privacy and Related Needs in highlighted within the text Residential Design • Illustrations of award-winning projects• Privacy and Related Needs in Work by students serving as inspiration and Environments models for projects by readers 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com• Privacy and Related Needs in • End-of-chapter activities showing Healthcare Environments relevance of design decisions to privacy• Privacy and Related Needs in needs and encouraging students to Hospitality Design practice problem solving• Age-Specific Considerations for Privacy• A Model for Designing for Privacy 69 special topics
  • 69. © 2009 336 pp. 8 pp. full color softcover 6x9 978-1-56367-497-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-499-0 Recommended Courses: Interior Design Studios: Residential and Commercial Design Design and Human Behavior Senior Thesis Design and Security in the Built Environment LINDA S. O’SHEA—Kean University RULA AWWAD-RAFFERTY—University of Idaho Interior design students will find inspiration in Design and Security in the Built Environment as they learn about meeting security needs in offices, hospitals, schools, and other public and pri- vate facilities. Recognizing that design professionals must also take into account sustainability, accessibility, innovation, sense of place, and a host of other issues, the authors offer a seamless connection between security and these factors. To assist students in developing the mind-set they will need to consider security from the start of a project, the text focuses on the relationship of the psychological and physical aspects of security to interior design. CONTENTS FEATURES • Why Study Design and Security? • Addresses safety and security design • The Concept of Security and issues within the built environment Its Role in Our Lives from the perspective of interior design • Characteristics of Physical and architecture Environments That Promote Security • Benchmark events related to security • Workplace Violence and Security- appear as a timeline related Needs • F YI boxes throughout the chaptersFor mo re info • Security-related Needs in offer additional information to reinforce Historical Interiors particular points and include quotes by • Security in Healthcare Environments professionals and/or journalists in the • Design for Security in field, or links to additional resources Public Environments • Case studies, assignments, key • Security-related Needs in Educational terms, and suggested readings for and Day Care Facilities each chapterrmati o n, con • Designing for Safety and Security INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES • Instructor’s Guide provides suggestions for planning the coursetact your A ccount Man and using the text in the classroomager.70 special topics
  • 70. © 2009 288 pp. softcover 11 x 8.5 978-1-56367-565-2 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-566-9 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-56367-928-5 Recommended Courses: Furniture Design Product Design StudiosFurniture Design and Constructionfor the Interior DesignerCHRISTOPHER NATALEFurniture Design and Construction for the Interior Designer satisfies the need in the interiordesign field for a source that teaches the aesthetic as well as the construction of residentialfurniture. Beginning chapters cover the design process as it relates to furniture design, basicmaterials, hardware, joinery, and finishes. Because interior designers organize and createlivable spaces, later chapters are organized room by room, showing how pieces are constructedfor a particular space. Understanding the basic construction of furniture greatly increases thesuccess of the design. Interior designers should be confident in their design work as well ashave an understanding of what is involved with the construction of their pieces, and that is whatNatale and this book guide them toward.CONTENTS• Tools for Designing Furniture • Step-by-step instructions and illustra-• Styles of Furniture tions throughout cover how to construct• The Design Process different types of furniture• Materials: Woods and Metals • Projects and quizzes at the end of each• Joinery chapter• Finishes • Heavily illustrated with drafting examples,• Designing Furniture for Living Spaces sketches, and renderings• Dining Room Furniture Design• Bedroom Furniture Design INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Living Room Furniture Design • Instructor’s Guide includes course• Home Office Furniture Design outlines, lecture notes, chapter• Designing Other Pieces of Furniture quizzes, answer keys, helpful teaching suggestions, as well as all-new projects 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.comFEATURES for every chapter• Introduces major furniture styles that • PowerPoint� Presentation includes all influenced furniture in the United States of the key drawings from the text for easy and how styles have changed through repurposing by instructors the years• Emphasizes custom furniture design and fabrications geared toward residential design• Uses isometric and exploded drawings to explain how wood furniture is joined together and explains the strengths and uses of each joint 71 Furniture design
  • 71. © 2012 432 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-084-3 CourseSmart® 978-1-60901-446-9 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-087-4 PowerPoint® Presentation S i xth E d iti o n 978-1-60901-105-5 Recommended Courses: Visual Merchandising Display and Visual Merchandising Martin M. Pegler Sixth Edition Retail Design Interior Design Studio: Retail Design Visual Merchandising and Display 6th Edition MARTIN M. PEGLER—Professor Emeritus, Fashion Institute of Technology As long as there are shoppers, there will be a need for visual merchandising. Zeroing in on all aspects of the craft—from classic techniques to the most avant-garde developments, Visual Merchandising and Display, 6th Edition, teaches readers to present products at their best: color-coordinated, accessorized, and self-explanatory. Hundreds of examples from around the world demonstrate how retailers can reach their target markets by adding interest to window and interior displays. This new edition of the best-selling text also includes sections on sustainability, offering tips for “green” presentation. This book serves as a “how to” for creating a visual look and feel for a brand and optimizing images. CONTENTS Getting Started: Visual Merchandising and • Fashion Shows Display Basics • Trade Organizations and Sources • Why Do We Display? • Career Opportunities in Visual Merchandising • Color and Texture FEATURES • Line and Composition • Conversational tone and lack of strict • Light and Lighting rules, regulations, and “don’ts” foster creative • Types of Display and Display Settings thinking and enable individual approaches Where to Display and interpretations • The Exterior of the Store • Written for store planners, manufacturers, • Display Window Construction and visual merchandisers • Store Interiors • “Trade Talk” section at the end of each chapter What to Use for Successful Displays lists key terms • Mannequins • Chapter summaries reinforce key messagesFor mo re info • Alternatives to the Mannequin • Review and discussion questions assess • Dressing the Three-Dimensional Form concept retention • Fixtures • Comprehensive glossary featuring key terms • Visual Merchandising and Dressing Fixtures used throughout the text • Modular Fixtures and Systems in New to This Edition Store Planning • A “Go Green” feature in most chapters applies • Furniture as Props concepts in environmentally friendly ways—with Visual Merchandising and Display Techniques special focus on re-purpose, re-use, recycle • Attention-Getting Devices • Updated chapters on lighting, fixtures, andrmati o n, con • Familiar Symbols point-of-purchase displays reflecting the • Masking and Proscenia latest technology • Sale Ideas • More than 300 full-color photos and drawings • Fashion Accessories of store display windows and interiors, exhibits, • Home Fashions, Hard Goods, andtact your A ccount Man fixtures, floor plans, and more Food Displays • Graphics and Signage INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES Visual Merchandising and Planning • Instructor’s Guide revised and updated by Anne • Visual Merchandising Planning Kong, Assistant Professor, Visual Presentation • Setting Up a Display Shop and Design Department, FIT, includes key • Store Planning and Design concepts, lecture notes, suggestions for field • Visual Merchandising and the Changing Face trips and class demonstrations, application as- of Retail signments, and a test bank, as well as a special “key concepts” feature drawing attention to the Related Areas of Visual Merchandising and go-green content that is new to this edition Display • PowerPoint� Presentation frames chaptersager. • Point-of-Purchase Display for lecture and discussion using the text’s • Exhibit and Trade Show Design—Industrial high-impact art program Display72 visual merchandising
  • 72. © 2012 448 pp. full color softcover 8.5 x 11 978-1-60901-153-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-60901-154-3 PowerPoint® Presentation 978-1-60901-155-0 Recommended Courses: Visual Merchandising Retail Design Interior Design Studio: Retail DesignSilent Selling: Best Practices andEffective Strategies in VisualMerchandising 4th EditionJUDY BELLKATE TERNUSCapturing the direction and evolution of today’s retail industry, Silent Selling: Best Practices andEffective Strategies in Visual Merchandising, 4th Edition, is a multi-disciplinary blend of practicalactivities and creative problem-solving that takes readers beyond the basics of visual merchan-dising. Readers gain an understanding of experts’ recent discoveries and learn valuable tech-niques while being encouraged to think outside the box using Bell’s “Look-Compare-Innovate”model. With these informational tools, students can learn to create and deliver professionalpresentations that will facilitate their move from the classroom to the workplace.CONTENTSPreparation for Visual Creativity • Art principles and design elements defined through real-world photographic examples• Creative Thinking: Getting “Out of the Box” • Focus on the optimal arrangement of product• What Is Visual Merchandising? on fixtures—beyond display windows and• Core Design Strategies interior displaysPractices and Strategies for the Selling Floor• Layout and Fixtures for Fashion Apparel New to This Edition• Fashion Apparel Wall Setups • More than 100 new photographs from around• Fashion Apparel and Accessory Coordination the globe• Home Fashion Presentation • An enhanced and expanded chapter devoted 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com to art elements and principles—with newCommunicating Retail Atmospherics illustrations and examples• Signing • Creative Capstone Project students can share• Lighting with potential employers, showcasing theirVisual Practices for Nontraditional Venues skills and talent• Grocery and Food Service Stores INSTRUCTOR’S RESOURCES• Nontraditional Retailing • Instructor’s Guide includes a sample schedule,Tools and Techniques for Merchandise Display answers to the text’s case study discussion• The Magic of the Display Window questions, detailed notes about evaluating the• Mannequins and Mannequin Alternatives Capstone Creative Project, additional teaching• Building a Visual Merchandising Department notes and chapter activities, and a CapstoneCareer Strategies Creative Project student checklist; provides• Visual Merchandising Careers electronic copies of select figures for the creation of handouts and other accessible studentFEATURES materials; contains comprehensive chapter tests• “Look, Compare, and Innovate” model that for each of the text’s 15 chapters unlocks the key to creative thinking • PowerPoint® Presentation is updated• Updated searchable resources in and focuses on the major points of every chapter each chapter to support lecture and• Special features with practical advice based on classroom activities real-world experience of industry professionals• Chapter exercises designed to stretch and expand the reader’s perspective of product presentation 73 visual merchandising
  • 73. © 2006 336 pp. softcover 8.5 x 11 ISBN-10: 1-56367-444-0 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-444-0 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Interior Design History of Interiors and Furnishings History of Furniture The Fairchild Dictionary of Interior Design 2nd Edition MARTIN M. PEGLER The 2nd Edition of The Fairchild Dictionary of Interior Design presents design terminology from both historical and contemporary viewpoints—from antiquity to the 21st century. Fur- niture and its components, lighting principles and fixtures, materials, fabrics, construction devices, accessories, woods, styles, and periods all contribute to the language of design. Design is the continuous reuse and revitalization of forms to create meaning for each gen- eration. There is no design that cannot find its way back in history. By integrating the his- torical evolution of design into the very definition of design terms, The Fairchild Dictionary of Interior Design places the fundamental, accumulated understanding of interior design in the broadest and most comprehensive of contexts. FEATURES • Terms used in interior design such as • Appendices include bibliographies of sustainable design, universal design, designers and architects; profiles of Americans with Disabilities Act, and major professional organizations and barrier-free design associations for interior designers; • Over 650 detailed illustrations and tables detailing characteristics, advantages and disadvantages, andFor mo re info uses of textiles and fibersrmati o n, contact your A ccount Manager.74 REFERENCE
  • 74. © 1996 688 pp. hardcover 7.375 x 9.25 ISBN-10: 0-87005-707-3 ISBN-13: 978-0-87005-707-6 Recommended Courses: Introduction to Textiles History of TextilesFairchild’s Dictionary of Textiles 7th EditionPHYLLIS G. TORTORA—Professor Emerita, Queens CollegeConsultant: ROBERT S. MERKEL—Florida International UniversityThe revised and expanded edition features over 14,000 definitions of fibers, fabrics, laws,and regulations affecting textile materials and processing, inventors of textile technology, andbusiness and trade terms relevant to textiles. Key terms are comprehensively defined andinclude details about historic background, geographic references, and uses both past andpresent. Extensive cross-referencing and listings of synonyms help the user to gain a broaderunderstanding of the specific term being defined. Names of governmental entities relevant tothe textile field and their acronyms are also included in the text including U.S. and multinationaltrade, educational, and professional associations, together with a description of their purposesand/or functions. This dictionary is an invaluable reference for students and those working in thetextile industry.FEATURES• Pronunciations for important terms• Acronyms listed and defined• Identification of archival terms• Appendix of trade associations 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com 75 REFERENCE
  • 75. DESIGN FOUNDATIONS By Design: Why There Are No Locks on the Bathroom Doors in the Hotel Louis XIV and Other Object Lessons, 2nd Edition RALPH CAPLAN Foreword by Paola Antonelli—Curator, Department of Architecture and Design Museum of Modern Art © 2005 288 pp., full color, softcover, 6 x 9 ISBN-10: 1-56367-349-5 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-349-8 Cracking the Whip: Essays on Design and Its Side Effects RALPH CAPLAN Foreword by Milton Glaser © 2006 320 pp., softcover, 6 x 9 ISBN-10: 1-56367-390-8 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-390-0 Wear Your Chair: When Fashion Meets Interior Design JUDITH GRIFFIN—California State University, Northridge PENNY COLLINS—Woodbury College © 2007 240 pp., full color, hardcover, 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-581-2 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-334-4 PowerPoint� Presentation 978-1-56367-454-9 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE Designing Your Business: Strategies for Interior Design Professionals GORDON T. KENDALL © 2005 552 pp., hardcover, 8.5 x 11, includes CD-ROM ISBN-10: 1-56367-326-6 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-326-9 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-327-4 PowerPoint� PresentationFor mo re info 978-1-56367-963-6 Writing for Interior Design PATRICIA EAKINS © 2005 528 pp., softcover, 7 x 9, includes CD-ROM ISBN-10: 1-56367-279-0rmati o n, con ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-279-8 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-362-2 MATERIALStact your A ccount Man Know Your Home Furnishings VIRGINIA HENCKEN ELSASSER—Centenary College © 2004 480 pp., softcover, 8.5 x 11 ISBN-10: 1-56367-242-1 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-242-2 Instructor’s Guideager. 1-56367-244-8 PowerPoint� Presentation76 1-56367-343-6 Also Available from Fairchild books
  • 76. DRAWING PRESENTATION Interior Construction Documents Katherine S. Ankerson—Kansas State University-Department of Interior Architecture and Product Design © 2004 112 pp., softcover, spiral bound, 11 x 8.5, interactive CD-ROM with workbook ISBN-10: 1-56367-254-5 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-254-5 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-298-7 Elements of Interior and Lightframe Construction Katherine S. Ankerson—Kansas State University-Department of Interior Architecture and Product Design © 2003 108 pp., softcover, 8.5 x 11, interactive CD-ROM with workbook ISBN-10: 1-56367-255-3 ISBN-13: 978-1-56367-255-2 Instructor’s Guide 1-56367-330-4COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Modeling Visualization with AutoCAD SUINING DING—Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne © 2009 336 pp., full color, softcover, 8.5 x 11 978-1-56367-501-0 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-495-2 The Design Studio: Developing Technical and Creative Skills Using AutoCAD and ADT CAROLYN GIBBS—California State University-Sacramento © 2008 608 pp., softcover, spiral bound, 8.5 x 11, includes CD-ROM 978-1-56367-442-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-443-33-D STUDIO MAX Achieving Invisibility: The Art of Architectural Visualization and Rendering 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com ADAM CRESPI—The Art Institute of Seattle © 2008 325 pp. 8 pp. full color, softcover, 8.5 x 11, includes CD-ROM 978-1-56367-541-6 Instructor’s Guide 978-1-56367-542-3SPECIAL TOPICS Designing for Designers: Lessons Learned from Schools of Architecture JACK L. NASAR—The Ohio State University WOLFGANG F.E. PREISER—University of Cincinnati THOMAS FISHER—University of Minnesota Foreword by Philip Langdon, former editor of Progressive Architecture © 2007 320 pp., softcover, 6 x 9 978-1-56367-459-4 77Also Available from Fairchild books
  • 77. Ankerson, Katherine S., 22, Gibbs, Carolyn, 77 Pable, Jill, 22, 53 44, 45, 77 Griffin, Judith, 76 Parman, Alexandra T., 27 Asay, Nancy, 20 Godsey, Lisa, 23, 41 Patton, Marciann, 20 Aspelund, Karl, 11 Gordon, Robert Philip, 51, 64 Pegler, Martin M., 72, 74 Awwad-Rafferty, Rula, 70 Guerin, Denise A., 25 Preiser, Wolfgang F.E., 77 Bakker, Mary Lou, 31 Hinchman, Mark, 35 Reed, Ronald L., 12 Bell, Judith, 73 Rengel, Roberto J., 29, 30 Bender, Diane M., 54 Ireland, Jeannie, 34, 67 Robinson, Lily B., 27 Botti-Salitsky, Rosemary, 28 Rosenfeld, Jeffrey P., 66 Brody, Andrew, 56 Jani, Vibhavari, 33 Bucsescu, Dan, 13 Johnson, Ingrid, 38 Scalise, Christina M., 52, 55 Caplan, Ralph, 76 Kendall, Gordon T., 76 Seidler, Douglas R., Chapman, Wid, 66 Koe, Frank Theodore, 37 46, 58, 59 Cohen, Allen C., 38 Kopec, DAK, 62, 68 Slotkis, Susan J., 18 Coleman, Sharon S., 36 Korté, Amy, 46 Stewart-Pollack, Julie, 69 Collins, Penny, 76 Congdon, Roark T., 57 Lewis, Gregg, 61 Ternus, Kate, 73 Crespi, Adam, 77 Long, Jim, 9 Teter-Justice, Laura K., 36 Tortora, Phyllis G., 75 Dickinson, Joan, 28 Maddox, Eva, 25 Tucker, Lisa M., 40, 61 Ding, Suining, 49, 77 Marsden, John P., 28 Donghia, Sherri, 21 Marshall-Baker, Anna, 61 Vaikla-Poldma, Tiiu, 14, 15 Dorosz, Chris, 8 Martin, Caren S., 25 Merkel, Robert S., 75 Watson, JR, 8 Eakins, Patricia, 76 Miller, Dana, 36 Whitlock, Cathy, 21 Elsasser, Virginia Hencken, Wilkening, Anastasia, 65 39, 76 Nasar, Jack L., 77 Willbanks, Amy, 36 Eng, Michael, 13 Natale, Christopher, 50, 71 Wilson, Travis Kelly, 47 Nussbaumer, Linda L., 19, Winchip, Susan M., 24, 32, Feisner, Edith Anderson, 10 26, 63 42, 43, 60 Fisher, Thomas, 77 Wirtz, Diana Bennett, 48 Fullmer, Donna Lynne, O’Shea, Linda S., 70 16, 17 Oxford, Nancy, 36 Yeager, Jan I., 36For mo re informati o n, contact your A ccount Manager.78 Author Index
  • 78. Achieving Invisibility: The Art Fabric Science, Perspective Drawing for of Architectural Visualization 10th Edition, 38 Interior Space, 50 and Rendering, 77 Fabric Science Swatch Kit, Presentation Strategies Architectural Model Building: 10th Edition, 38 Dialogues, 55 Tools, Techniques, and The Fairchild Dictionary Professional Practice for Materials, 57 of Interior Design, Interior Designers in th 2nd Edition, 74 Global Marketplace, 24By Design: Why There Are Fairchild’s Dictionary of Programming and Research: No Locks on the Bathroom Textiles, 7th Edition, 75 Skills and Techniques Doors in the Hotel Louis Foundations of Interior for Interior Designers, XIV and Other Object Design, 2nd Edition, 18 28 Lessons, 2nd Edition, 76 Fundamentals of Lighting, 2nd Edition, 42 Re-de-sign: New DirectionsCareers in Interior Design, 20 Furniture Design and for Your Interior DesignColor + Design: Transforming Construction for the Interior Career, 21 Interior Space, 12 Designer, 71 Research-Inspired Design:Color Studies, 2nd Edition, 10 A Step-by-Step Guide forCracking the Whip: Essays Hand Drafting for Interior Interior Designers, 27 on Design and Its Side Design, 48 Residential Design Studio, Effects, 76 Hand Drawing for Designers: 64Cradle to Cradle Home Communicating Ideas Residential Kitchen and Bath Design: Process and through Architectural Design, 65 Experience, 61 Graphics, 46 Residential Planning and Health, Sustainability, and the Design, 67Design and Security in the Built Environment, 62 Built Environment, 70 History of Furniture: A Global Shaping Interior Space, 2ndDesigning a Quality Lighting View, 35 edition, 30 Environment, 43 History of Interior Design, 34 Silent Selling: Best PracticesDesigning for Designers: Home Design in an Aging and Effective Strategies in Lessons Learned from World, 66 Visual Merchandising, 4th Schools of Architecture, 77 Edition, 73Designing for Privacy and Illustrated Codes for Sketching Interiors at the Related Needs, 69 Designers: Non- Speed of Thought, 53Designing with Color: Residential, 45 Sketching Interiors: From Concepts and Applications, Illustrated Codes for Traditional to Digital, 49 8 Designers: Residential, 44 Space Planning forDesigning Your Business: Inclusive Design: A Universal Commercial Office Strategies for Interior Need, 63 Interiors, 31 Design Professionals, 76 Informing Design, 28 The State of the InteriorDesign Portfolios: Moving Interior Construction Design Profession, 25 from Traditional to Digital, Documents, 77 Studio Companion Series: 2nd Edition, 54 Interior Design Illustrated: Design Basics, 16The Design Process, 2nd Marker and Watercolor Studio Companion Series: 3D Edition, 11 Techniques, 52 Design Basics, 16The Design Studio: The Interior Design Intern, 19 Studio Companion Series: Developing Technical Interior Design Materials and Drafting Basics, 16 and Creative Skills Using Specifications, 2nd Edition, Studio Companion Series: AutoCAD and ADT, 77 41 Presentation Basics, 16Digital Drawing for Designers, The Interior Design Plan: Sustainable Building Systems 59 Concepts and Exercises, 29 and Construction forDigital Drawing for Designers: Interior Design: Practical Designers, 40 A Visual Guide to AutoCAD Strategies for Teaching and Sustainable Design for 2011, 59 Learning, 22 Interior Environments, 2ndDigital Drawing for Designers: Interior Design Student’s Edition, 60 1.800.932.4724, option 1 | www.fairchildbooks.com A Visual Guide to AutoCAD Comprehensive Exam, 23 2012, 58 Taking Up Space: ExploringDiversity in Design: Know Your Home Furnishings, the Design Process, 14 Perspective from the Non- 76 Textiles: Concepts and Western World, 33 Principles, 3rd Edition, 39Drafting and Design: Basics Looking Beyond the Structure: Textiles for Residential for Interior Design, 47 Critical Thinking for Commercial Interiors, 3rd Designers and Edition, 36Electronic Workflow for Architects, 13 Interior Designers and Visual Culture in the Built Architects, 56 Meanings of Designed Environment: A GlobalElements of Interior and Spaces, 15 Perspective, 32 Lightframe Construction, 77 Modeling Visualization with Visual Merchandising andEnvironmental Psychology for AutoCAD, 77 Display, 6th Edition, 72 Design, 2nd Edition, 68Evidence-Based Design for The New Munsell® Student Wear Your Chair: When Interior Designers, 26 Color Set, 3rd Edition, 9 Fashion Meets Interior Design, 76Fabric for the Designed Perspective Drawing: A Writing for Interior Design, Interior, 37 Designer’s Method, 51 76 79 Title Index

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