Architecture and Interior Design from the 19th Century, Volume II
Exceptionally comprehensive, this single-source reference provides a thorough examination of architecture, interiors, furniture and decorative arts from antiquity to the present. Flexible and easy-to-use, this well-organized text enables readers to content chronologically or topically and covers all aspects of architecture and design-from the built environment, to furniture, to decorative accessories. Using both narrative and illustrations, it interweaves design analysis language with art and architecture and offers a broad range of illustrations types including plans, sections and details. A companion to Architecture and Interior Design Through the 18th Century: An Integrated History, it provides a complete reference on design history for all.
- Hardback | 1040 pages
- 213.36 x 279.4 x 35.56mm | 2,199.91g
- 13 Jun 2008
- Pearson Education (US)
- Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
Back cover copy
ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN, FROM THE 19th CENTURY: AN INTEGRATED HISTORY ______________________________________________________________________________________ Buie Harwood, FIDEC, Hon. FASID, Certified Interior Designer, Virginia Bridget May, Ph.D., IDEC, Allied Member ASID Curt Sherman, FIDEC, Allied Member ASID Volume 1 is: ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN, THROUGH THE 18th CENTURY: AN INTEGRATED HISTORY This two-volume set is the most thorough survey of architecture, interiors, furniture, and the decorative arts from the beginning of recorded history to the present. It is the most complete, integrated, and interdisciplinary reference for: _________________________________________________________________________________ the built environment interior design color exterior architectural features interior architectural features lighting space planning interior surface treatments textiles design details furniture decorative accessories _________________________________________________________________________________ The unique scope allows comparison in all areas of the built environment through the centuries to illustrate historical, social, cultural, and stylistic influences. Narrative and graphics interweave design analysis with architectural and design history. Innovations: The text is divided into various categories that address Historical and Social developments, Concepts, Design Characteristics, Architecture, Interiors, and Furnishings and Decorative Arts. Information in each chapter offers specifics on Important Buildings and Interiors, Important Treatises, Design Practitioners, and descriptive spotlights of numerous buildings, interiors, and furniture to assist in additional study. Graphic material features a wide diversity of over 3000 illustrations, many well known and some less common. Color photographs throughout the book expand the visual resources required for period study. Design diagramming highlights major design features allowing the reader to make visual connections between the content. Later Interpretations of stylistic illustrations provide a new dimension for the study of design history. > An extensive Glossary, Bibliography, and Index offer flexibility and ease of use. A comprehensive CD containing many of the illustrations in the book is available. "
Table of contents
A. REVOLUTION1. Industrial Revolution B. LATE NEOCLASSIC2. Directoire, French Empire3. German Greek Revival, Biedermeier4. English Regency, British Greek Revival5. American Greek Revival, American Empire C. VICTORIAN REVIVALS6. Gothic Revival7. Italianate, Renaissance Revival8. Second Empire, Rococo Revival9. Exoticism10. Stick Style, Queen Anne D. ACADEMIC HISTORICISM11. Romanesque Revival, Richardsonian Romanesque12. Classical Eclecticism13. Colonial Revival14. Spanish Colonial Revival E. REFORMS15. The Shakers16. Aesthetic Movement17. English Arts and Crafts18. Shingle Style and American Arts and Crafts F. INNOVATION19. Art Nouveau20. Vienna Secession21. Chicago School22. Modern Forerunners23. DeStijl24. The Bauhaus G. MODERNISM25. International Style26. Art Deco, Art Moderne27. Scandinavian Modern28. Geometric Modern29. Organic and Sculptural Modern30. Modern Historicism H. EXPERIMENTATION31. Late Modern32. Post Modern33. Later Modern34. Environmental Modern35. Neo-Modern