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More About This Title Interior Design Workbook: Problems and Projectsfor 1st and 2nd year students
Recipe for a Kitchen: The Effects of Line, Repetition, and Rhythm in Design.
Everything Old Is New Again: Unity and Contrast.
Bedroom Shades: Changes in Color and Pattern.
Symmetry and Balance: A Living Room.
Changes in Scale (and Size and Proportion): A Music Room.
Shaping Space with Moveable Walls.
Play Space for a Day Care Center.
Appearances Can Be Deceptive: Making a Long Space Look Shorter.
Living on the Outside: Designing a Backyard.
More Than Just a Box: A Bedroom for Sisters.
A Place for Trace: Planning a Home Studio.
Redo It—Renew It: Redesign of an Office on Campus.
California or Bust: Planning Your First Condo.
Fun in the Sun: A Place of Your Own.
A Permanent Home for a Hair Salon: Part 1.
Make Space for Our Place: Offices for an Accounting Firm.
Keep an Open Mind: Open Plan Office.
Doctor, Doctor: Planning to Meet the Needs of Several Clients.
Which Way In: Alternative Layouts for Offices.
Develop Plans for a Developer.
SELECTION OF FURNITURE AND FINISH MATERIALS.
Different Looks for Different Cooks.
Lobby Redo: An Uncommon Common Area.
A Showroom for Surfaces: A Dramatic Reception Area.
Estelle's: Tasteful Interior Design for a Restaurant.
Different Faces, Different Places: Finishes for Residential and Commercial Interiors.
Offices for Neurologists.
Master Suite: A Sweet Retreat.
A Patient Room: Nursing Home, Part 1.
The Common Room: Nursing Home, Part 2.
Your Classroom: Redesigning is Redefining.
MORE DESIGN CHALLENGES.
Neat Stuff: A Storage Unit for a Child's Room.
A Permanent Home for a Hair Salon, Part 2: A Beautiful Exterior.
No Booth is an Island: Design of a Trade Show Booth.
Student Design for Student Art.
Kitchen Redesign: "Plan it Again, Sam." TEAM PROJECTS.
Everything Old Is New Again (and Again!): Renovation of an Antique House.
What Is Interior Design?: A Museum Exhibit.