Interior Design

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  1. Book ImageWilliam Hodgins Interiors

    Stephen M. Salny, Margaret Russell

    A lavish look at the work, over nearly half a century, of one of the last of the great old-guard decorators.More

  2. Book ImageThe Acoustics of Performance Halls: Spaces for Music from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl

    J. Christopher Jaffe, Leo L. Beranek

    An acclaimed acoustician presents a proven methodology for designing successful venues for concert performance in a variety of building types.More

  3. Book ImageArts and Crafts Rugs for Craftsman Interiors: The Crab Tree Farm Collection

    David Cathers, Linda Parry, Diane Boucher, Et Al.

    Gustav Stickley is revered not only as a furniture maker but also as a leading proponent for the American Arts and Crafts movement.More

  4. Book ImageNewport Villas: The Revival Styles 1885-1935

    Michael C. Kathrens

    A survey of the Gilded Age mansions of Newport, Rhode Island, for all who love grand houses.More

  5. Book ImageMichael Taylor: Interior Design

    Stephen M. Salny

    The life and work of the groundbreaking interior designer and inventor of the "California Look."More

  6. Book ImageStone Sampler

    Studio Marmo

    Second Edition

    With an additional 200 new samples, bringing the total to 752, this new edition of Stone Sampler provides swatches of natural stone, including marble, travertine, onyx, granite, quartzite, and limestone, available for use in construction and decoration.More

  7. Book ImageTrompe L'Oeil: Italy Ancient and Modern

    Martin Benad, Ursula E. Benad

    For centuries Italy has exuded a mythical aura: in no other country do antiquity and modernity, history, art, landscape, and the graceful art of living seem to merge and coexist with such simple elegance as in this land steeped in over two millennia of cultural heritage.More

  8. Book ImageTheory of Mouldings

    C. Howard Walker, Richard Sammons

    With the revival of interest in traditional design, practitioners, students, and historians have begun to study and use the vocabulary of forms that so enriched our architectural heritage.More

  9. Book ImageClassical Swedish Architecture and Interiors 1650-1840

    Johan Cederlund, Lani Summerville-Sternerup

    The beautiful, often breathtakingly lavish architecture and interiors of Sweden between the 1600s and early 1800s have been among the art world’s best-kept secrets.
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  10. Book ImageTrompe L'Oeil: Grisaille: Architecture & Drapery

    Martin Benad, Ursula E. Benad

    All trompe l’oeil painting uses light and shadow to create illusory forms and surfaces.More

  11. Book ImageInquiry by Design: Environment/Behavior/Neuroscience in Architecture, Interiors, Landscape, and Planning

    John Zeisel, John P. Eberhard

    This update of a classic text folds the new field of neuroscience for design into well-established environment-behavior (E-B) methods and approaches.More

  12. Book ImageFrances Elkins: Interior Design

    Stephen M. Salny, Albert Hadley

    The career of Frances Adler Elkins (1888-1953), sister of renowned Chicago architect David Adler, spanned more than three decades.More

  13. Book ImageTrompe L'Oeil: Sky and Sea

    Martin Benad, Ursula E. Benad

    Sky and sea are the trompe l'oeil painter's favorite motifs for contemporary interiors.More

  14. Book ImageThe Architecture of the Classical Interior

    Steven W. Semes

    The principles of classical architecture applied to the design of interiors, both residential and public.More

  15. Book ImageTrompe L'Oeil Today

    Martin Benad, Ursula E. Benad

    From a countryside panorama in a windowless room to a faux mosaic wall, an intricately painted Oriental carpet to a soaring cathedral dome in a single-story room, Trompe l’oeil painting offers an art form ideal for contemporary interiors, adding color and aesthetic atmosphere and responding to specific architectural needs and situations.More

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