ELECTRONIC WORKFLOW FOR INTERIOR DESIGNERS & ARCHITECTS
- OCT 12, 2009
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
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 working with a simple, small project or a complex, multilevel one, depending on skill level.
Table of Contents
Schematic Design in SketchUp
Schematic Design in Revit
Working Drawings and Documentation
About The AuthorsAndrew Brody, AIA, NCARB certified, is Assistant Professor of Interior Design at Endicott College in Massachusetts and is a Licensed Architect in Maine and Massachusetts.
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 8.5 x 11 "
- Full colour