FURNITURE DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION FOR THE INTERIOR DESIGNER
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What's in the book
The BookFurniture Design and Construction for the Interior Designer satisfies the need in the interior design field for a source that teaches the aesthetic as well as the construction of residential furniture. Beginning chapters cover the design process as it relates to furniture design, basic materials, hardware, joinery, and finishes. Because interior designers organize and create livable spaces, later chapters are organized room by room, showing how pieces are constructed for a particular space. Understanding the basic construction of furniture greatly increases the success of the design. Interior designers should be confident in their design work as well as have an understanding of what is involved with the construction of their pieces, and that is what Natale and this book guide them toward.
Table of ContentsContents: -- Styles of Furniture -- The Design Process -- Materials: Woods and Metals -- Joinery -- Finishes -- Dining Room Furniture Design -- Bedroom Furniture Design -- Living Room Furniture Design -- Home Office Furniture Design -- Designing Other Pieces of Furniture
About The AuthorsChristopher Natale is based at the Art Institute of Phoenix.
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 11 x 8.5 "
- 408 B&W illustrations