Materials are also the key for the technological development of the interior. ... for understanding the range and depth of materials for the interior is Thompson, R., Thompson, M. (2017) The Material Sourcebook for Design Professionals.
Author: Roderick Adams
As the globe shrinks and the concept of distance diminishes, this text challenges the current status quo by identifying the cohesions and specialisations of design communities across the continents. It sets out an international spatial design landscape, identifying and contouring global design practice and design hotspots from a range of case studies, interviews and design practice perspectives. Using a range of interior environments, the chapters link the origins, trends and perceptions of the interior to create new insight into trans-global design. The book expands, but also coheres the interior design discipline to ensure the subject continues to grow, develop and influence the inhabitations of the world. The book features a wealth of pedagogical elements including: Beautifully designed with over 100 full colour illustrations, photographs and examples of design work Maps and diagrams which highlight hotspots of design across the globe, providing strong graphic information Interview panels featuring professional insights from designers across the globe ‘Employability’ boxes, providing a good tips guide for students gaining employment across the globe ‘International Dimension’ boxes which strengthen the scholarship of studying interior design in a globalised way ‘Design Oddities’ box which brings into focus any new or contextual facts that help contextualise the global interior.
Featuring more than 400 works from over 40 countries, this fifth edition of The Package Design Book presents all 2017 and 2018 winners in a celebration of packaging as a kaleidoscopic art form.
Author: Pentawards Pentawards
Category: Business & Economics
The Complete Package. A fresh batch of winning designs from the 2017 and 2018 Pentawards Attract, protect, inform, collect--good packaging is synonymous with multitasking. Each year, the Pentawards set a global benchmark for quality by scouting the cleverest and most eclectic designs in the field. Featuring more than 400 works from over 40 countries, this fifth edition of The Package Design Book presents all 2017 and 2018 winners in a celebration of packaging for what it is: the premiere league of design.
Sustainable and Multi-Purpose Materials for Design and Architecture Sascha Peters ... and Design”. Basel: Birkhäuser, 2006. Sauer, C.: “Made of ... New Materials Sourcebook for Architecture and Design.” Berlin: Die Gestalten, 2010.
Author: Sascha Peters
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Since it is now clear that in the future many raw materials will only be available to us in limited quantities, scientists have for some time been conducting intensive research into possible alternatives. Sustainability is the order of the day and the magic word for a better future in politics and industry. Moreover, environmental consciousness and a penchant for thinking in terms of material cycles have caught on with consumers: the use of environmentally compatible materials and production methods is desired, even taken for granted by the client. Designers and architects thus have a special role and responsibility. For they are the ones who decide what materials will be used on their projects and thus wield enormous influence on the sustainability of our product world. At the same time, we are dealing with a flood of new materials, which calls for specialized knowledge of their properties, their possible use, and their handling. Material Revolution bridges the gap between research and industry on the one hand and designers and architects on the other by offering a systematic overview of the currently available sustainable materials and providing the reader with all the information he or she needs to assess a new material’s suitability and potential for a given project. Along the way, it examines natural and biodegradable materials, while also presenting materials with multifunctional properties and the potential for diminishing energy requirements.
Technical Sourcebook for Designers is an advanced text- book completely devoted to preparing students for the growing demand in the ... Chapter 12 explains underlying fabrics and sup- port materials used for various design details.
Author: Jaeil Lee
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Business & Economics
Technical Sourcebook for Designers is completely devoted to preparing aspiring and professional apparel designers for the growing demand for technical design skills in the apparel industry. This comprehensive compilation presents technical design processes and industry standards that reflect current apparel production and manufacturing practices. Lee and Steen provide a holistic perspective of the role of technical design in apparel production, including such considerations as selection of fabrics, finding seasonal fashion trends, garment construction, and fit evaluation, all in the context of meeting the needs of the target consumer with cost-effective decisions. This edition includes a new section on real-life fit problems and solutions, more information on essential math for designers (such as grading and costing) plus coverage of product lifecycle management (PLM) and sustainability. An all new Chapter 8 on Sweater Product Design explores sweater design and manufacturing. More than 200 new images and newly added color in illustrations to show relevant design details. With versatile coverage of a variety of product categories including women's wear, menswear and knitwear, this text gives students essential tools to develop specification sheets and technical packages for specific markets.
Positively packed with all the details you need, Marketing Basics for Designers helps you ensure your firm's future success and shows you how to: Increase your firm's visibility within your community Use past successes to generate future ...
Author: Jane D. Martin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Business essentials and marketing strategies to help your firmsurvive and thrive . . . As a design professional running your own small firm, you expect towear many hats--designer, office manager, project manager--all in aday's work. But strategic marketer? No one prepared you for that!Marketing Basics for Designers is a long overdue resource fordesigners who need to become expert marketers fast. It providessolid practical advice on how to market your services, build yourclient base, and keep your customers coming back for more. You'll learn how to establish your design niche and develop yourown marketing plan to reach potential clients. You'll findtechniques for networking and using your contacts with otherprofessionals. And you'll find inside tips from 30 leadingdesigners who have had to develop their own marketing methods tosurvive. Positively packed with all the details you need, MarketingBasics for Designers helps you ensure your firm's future successand shows you how to: * Increase your firm's visibility within your community * Use past successes to generate future business * Perform beyond your clients' expectations * Utilize a show home to market your talents * Establish competitive and appropriate prices * Work successfully with other professionals * And much more If you are recently out on your own, planning to start your ownpractice, or already managing your own small firm, this is one ofthe most important books you will ever add to your professionallibrary. Marketing Basics for Designers What makes running a small design practice so much more challengingthan working for one of the big firms? You have to attract your ownclients and keep them, you're working with limited resources andpersonnel, and once you finally pull yourself away from yourdrawing board to concentrate on marketing your services, where doyou begin? You can't just sit there wondering why you didn't learnmore about marketing in design school. Here's a book to help you out. With a clear, no-nonsense approach,Jane D. Martin and Nancy Knoohuizen address the full range ofmarketing problems and solutions from the unique perspective of thesmall design firm. They understand that you often find yourselfshort of the time, money, and know-how it takes to advertise yourservices effectively. Drawing on their own experience as well asinterviews with more than 30 successful designers, Martin andKnoohuizen show you how to overcome these limitations and developan effective marketing campaign. This incomparable guide will help you put together your marketingcampaign, map out your strategy, and attract the attention ofpotential clients. Not everyone is a born salesperson, but Martinand Knoohuizen let you in on trade secrets that really work andoffer suggestions that will help you feel more comfortablemarketing yourself. You'll learn to build relationships byeffective use of referrals and word of mouth. You'll master thesubtleties of clinching the deal and discover how to keep yournewfound clients coming back for more. You'll also receive sound advice from those who have been therebefore you. Charles Gandy, B. J. Peterson, Mark Hampton, and CherylP. Duvall are among the illustrious designers who share theirwisdom, tips, and recommendations. You'll find out how these majordesigners have coped with many of the same problems you face now,and you'll learn from their mistakes as well as theirtriumphs. Whether you're just starting out in the design business, yearningto break free and become your own boss, or trying to create growthin an established firm, Marketing Basics for Designers helps youdevelop a successful marketing strategy based on your own needs,capabilities, and expectations.
The Annual Desk Reference and Product Thesaurus for Architects, Contractors, Engineers, and Interior Designers Nick ... Focuses on design , finish , decoration , and living habits . www.quadrille.co.uk ECO : An Essential Sourcebook ...
Author: Nick Felder
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Every industry has its standard professional directory -- advertising has its Black Book, manufacturing its Thomas's Register -- except, that is, for architecture...and design...and construction. While there are dozens of smaller directories, each addressing a specific market niche, none speak to all three industries in a comprehensive way. And larger product directories, like Sweets, are advertising driven and therefore incomplete. Felder's Comprehensive is the first pan-industry guide of its kind, and it is many times more comprehensive than the nearest competitor. It is an annual desk reference, directory, and product source guide with more reference information than any other title currently available. It contains thousands of listings of time-sensitive and timeless reference information for anyone involved in the business or practice of architecture, design, design/build, construction, interior design, facility management, and real-estate development. For example, readers can find listings for more than 12,000 manufacturers of furnishings, fixtures, equipment, and materials listed alphabetically, and, most importantly, by product category. Felder's also lists design competitions, domestic and international trade shows, trade publications and other media, trade associations, professional organizations, and more. Most sections are indexed and cross-referenced for easy referral and identification. Felder's is the first truly comprehensive reference guide of its kind for the A/E/C marketplace and is certain to become the industry standard.
Inspiring Designers: a sourcebook provides an insight into the minds of 18 of the world's most distinguished designers working today. The book comprehensively explores what makes these designers critically and commercially successful.
Author: Paul Rodgers
Publisher: Black Dog Pub Limited
Inspiring Designers: a sourcebook provides an insight into the minds of 18 of the world's most distinguished designers working today. The book comprehensively explores what makes these designers critically and commercially successful. Moreover, it poses the question: do designers possess a special something in their genetic make up-'cultural DNA'-that makes them flourish in the contemporary design world? Inspiring Designers presents personal narratives of each designer's cultural development, providing a comprehensive overview of the iconic influences used in today's design practice. Each designer has been interviewed about their influences and sources of inspiration - buildings, products, films, artists, books, cars, music, magazines, people. As such the book provides a unique and accessible introduction to how inspiration works within and informs our modern world.
A Sourcebook of Integrated Ecological Solutions Janis Birkeland ... The BMAS (Building Material Assessment System) was developed to provide designers with an easy to use method of assessing the environmental impacts of building ...
Author: Janis Birkeland
With radical and innovative design solutions, everyone could be living in buildings and settlements that are more like gardens than cargo containers, and that purify air and water, generate energy, treat sewage and produce food - at lower cost. Birkeland introduces systems design thinking that cuts across academic and professional boundaries and the divide between social and physical sciences to move towards a transdiciplinary approach to environmental and social problem-solving. This sourcebook is useful for teaching, as each topic within the field of environmental management and social change has pairs of short readings providing diverse perspectives to compare, contrast and debate. Design for Sustainability presents examples of integrated systems design based on ecological principles and concepts and drawn from the foremost designers in the fields of industrial design, materials, housing design, urban planning and transport, landscape and permaculture, and energy and resource management.
This volume covers the mathematics, mechanics, and materials properties needed for analysis and design, with numerous examples.
Author: K. L. Richards
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Design Engineer's Sourcebook provides a practical resource for engineers, product designers, technical managers, students, and others needing a design-oriented reference. This volume covers the mathematics, mechanics, and materials properties needed for analysis and design, with numerous examples. A wide range of mechanical components and mechanisms are then covered, with case studies interspersed to show real engineering practice. Manufacturing is then surveyed, in the context of mechanical design. The book concludes with information on clutches, brakes, transmission and other topics important for vehicle engineering. Tables, figures and charts are included for reference.
Specializing in the collaboration with design professionals and clients , my studio currently has installations in 36 states , as well as Japan and Hong Kong . Commissions range from residential work to large public art projects and ...
The book covers all types of materials including paper, fabric, wood, and found objects. It shows the artists at work in their studios as well as providing information on their work process and their sources of inspiration.
Author: Chisa Itou
Publisher: Quarry Books
Cut It, Paste It, Sew It offers both insight into the materials, techniques (both familiar and experimental), and inspiration from a collection of 10 international artists who bring their own distinct style and methodology to the art of collage. The book covers all types of materials including paper, fabric, wood, and found objects. It shows the artists at work in their studios as well as providing information on their work process and their sources of inspiration. This book is unique and new in the material it features, with a high-design-style presentation that is unique in itself. This book offers completely original materials and methodology from talented designers and artists that have not been seen before. The content is presented in an easy and fun presentation that makes it accessible to beginners while at the same time inspiring to more experienced artists with content that isn’t available through online blogging or magazines.
Design professionals , schools , products , manufacturers , technical terms , writers , and philosophies are addressed ... has been updated to address developments in ADA requirements and the environmental impact of building materials .
Author: Susan A. Lewis
Publisher: Omnigraphics Incorporated
"This volume combines both scholarly and practical resources for ... interior architecture and design"--Back cover.
Developing Promotional Material For Design Professionals Design Communication is the ultimate sourcebook for the successful marketing, promotion, and presentation of a design firm. This comprehensive reference puts at your fingertips ...
Author: Ernest E. Burden
To be successful today, a design firm must be promoted effectively. This much-needed book shows how to develop the promotional material to do the job. It covers the entire marketing spectrum for design firms, including: marketing planning and research; di
Total Quality Project Management (TQPM) allows design firms to prevent problems while reducing costs. The authors are design professionals who have had actual experience with TQPM in design firms.
Author: Christine Avery
Category: Business & Economics
The concept of Quality Management began in the manufacturing sector, but a growing concern with quality in other areas of the economy has led to its wider application in service industries, government, education, and other not-for-profit agencies. A great quantity of material related to quality management has been produced in recent years, much of it by small presses, professional and trade associations, and consultants. The Quality Management Sourcebook is the first in-depth, international guide to the most useful material and sources of information. The book begins with the origins of quality management, explains how it evolved, examines its current situation, and explores the future. The book is divided into five main sections: * Introduction: General sources for information * Applications of total quality management * Focus on specific aspects of quality management * Quality in the future * Resource materials The Quality Management Sourcebook is an essential reference for everybody involved in either the theory or practice of quality management: in manufacturing, retail, banking, and insurance, the utilities industry, the transportation industry, health, education and other public services. Over 900 citations cover books, journal articles, technical reports, video training materials and software. Each is followed by a descriptive annotation. Resource materials include strategies for locating additional information; training materials; organizations; and consultants. The book concludes with a glossary of quality management terms, a name index, a title index, and a detailed subject index.
Its Sustainable Building Sourcebook encourages the use of building materials manufactured from byproducts of another ... Sourcebook includes Resourceful Specifications and is available for purchase for use by design professionals to ...
Author: Ross Spiegel
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
To properly select and specify green building materials, architects need advice on how to select and use nontoxic, recycled, and recyclable products, and how to integrate these products into the design process in order to capitalize on their many practical and economic advantages. This fully updated new edition is a reliable, up-to-date resource for professionals and students alike. Written by two nationally known experts on green building methods and materials, Green Building Materials, Third Edition offers in-depth, practical information on the product selection, product specification, and construction process. This new Third Edition is an excellent hands-on guide to today's newest range of green building materials- what they are, where to find them, how to use them effectively, and how to address LEED requirements. Organized by CSI MasterFormat® categories for fast access to specific information.
Specializing in the collaboration with design professionals and clients , my studio currently has installations in 36 states , as well as Japan . Commissions range from residential work to large public art projects and churches .
Replication kits containing materials needed to operate and evaluate more than 35 programs on the list are available to practitioners through PASHA (see Card, Lessard, & Benner, 2007). To be considered for this list, a program must ...
This book explores and illustrates a range of modern ceramic materials.
Author: Chris Lefteri
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
This book explores and illustrates a range of modern ceramic materials. It is an essential practical companion and sourcebook for artists, technicians, architects, designers and students. The book covers the vast range of contemporary ceramic materials, including building, industrial and tableware products. Each page features a material, process or object. Information is broken down into digestible compartments, with contact details for more information resources.
... Inc.) lends itself more to doit-yourself collections rather than materials for design professionals ordesigners-in-training; and while there is an occasional design title reviewed among the art materials in Choice: Current Reviews ...
Author: Holder, Sara
Publisher: IGI Global
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Collection development, the process used by librarians to choose items for a particular library or section of a library, can be time-consuming and difficult due to the many factors that must be taken into consideration. Library Collection Development for Professional Programs: Trends and Best Practices addresses the challenging task of collection development in modern academic libraries, which is largely learned on the job. This publication contains practical advice and innovative strategies essential for current collection development librarians and future librarians seeking guidance in this complex position.