Interior Design Theory And Process Pdf
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A professional interior designer is one who is qualified by education, examination and experience to identify, research and creatively solve problems relative to the function and quality of people's interior environments. The course of study in interior design leads to a first professional degree.
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After the basic studies and the examinations accompanying the studies, the project studies begin. Projects are generally offered in all the fields of design. Through various combinations, students can set their own main areas of study. A practical phase or a semester abroad is planned for the 6th semester. After the completion of the eight-semester course of study with a successfully completed thesis Bachelor 8 and two years of professional activity, membership in the Chamber of Architects with the professional title of interior designer follows as a rule. Interior designers are specialists in the planning and construction of interiors in an architectural context. The design of our immediate environment requires special design competence in consideration of ecological, economic, cultural and social conditions.
I have to acknowledge, as I do in the book, how good my education was right through to leaving the Royal College of Art in I had inspiring tutors who not only taught me the mechanics of the job but also taught me how to think. I must emphasise that I attended higher education five days a week for seven years, with constant access to tutors; all on a student grant! Contrast that with the average attendance of today's design students of the equivalent of two days a week, with only 2. The rest of the week students find jobs to help pay these fees which means that there is no such thing as a full-time degree course, yet universities continue to market them as such. I have been responsible for managing five interior design degree courses in the UK at different stages of my career, as well as practising as an interior designer. This book is the culmination of my teaching and practice, which has involved constant research and debate, ultimately leading to eternal frustration with the state of interior design in both education and practice.
Design theory is a subfield of design research concerned with various theoretical approaches towards understanding and delineating design principles, design knowledge, and design practice. Design theory has been approached and interpreted in many ways, from personal statements of design principles, through constructs of the philosophy of design to a search for a design science. The essay "Ornament and Crime" by Adolf Loos from is one of the early 'principles' design-theoretical texts. In a 'principles' approach to design theory, the De Stijl movement promoted a geometrical abstract, "ascetic" form of purism that was limited to functionality.