Architecture and Interior Design: An Integrated History to the Present, 1st edition

  • Buie Harwood, 
  • Bridget May, 
  • Curt Sherman

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Overview

A. INTRODUCTION
Integrating Architecture and Interior Design
Approaches to Design History
Design Considerations
Using the Book
1. Cultural Precedents
B. EAST ASIA
2. China
3. Japan
C. ANTIQUITY
4. Egypt
5. Greece
6. Rome
D. MIDDLE AGES
7. Early Christian
8. Byzantine
9. Islamic
10. Romanesque
11. Gothic
E. RENAISSANCE
12. Italian Renaissance
13. Spanish Renaissance
14. French Renaissance
15. English Renaissance
16. American Colonial
F. BAROQUE
17. European Baroque
18. Louis XIV
19. English Restoration
G. ROCOCO
20. Regence & Louis XV
21. English Neo-Palladian & Georgian
22. American Georgian
H. EARLY NEOCLASSIC
23. Louis XVI & French Provincial
24. Late English Georgian
25. American Federal
I. REVOLUTION
26. Industrial Revolution
J. LATE NEOCLASSIC
27. Directoire, French Empire
28. German Greek Revival, Biedermeier
29. English Regency, British Greek Revival
30. American Greek Revival, American Empire
K. VICTORIAN REVIVALS
31. Gothic Revival
32. Italianate, Renaissance Revival
33. Second Empire, Rococo Revival
34. Exoticism
35. Stick, Queen Anne
L. ACADEMIC HISTORICISM
36. Romanesque Revival
37. Classical Eclecticism
38. Colonial Revival
39. Spanish Colonial Revival
M. REFORMS
40. The Shakers
41. Aesthetic Movement
42. English Arts & Crafts
43. Shingle, American Arts & Crafts
N. INNOVATION
44. Art Nouveau
45. Vienna Secession
46. Chicago School
47. Modern Forerunners
48. DeStijl
49. The Bauhaus
O. MODERNISM
50. International Style
51. Art Deco, Art Moderne
52. Scandinavian Modern
53. Geometric Modern
54. Organic & Sculptural Modern
55. Modern Historicism
P. EXPERIMENTATION
56. Late Modern • 1
57. Post Modern
58. Late Modern • 2
59. Environmental Modern
60. Neo-Modern
Glossary
Bibliography
Index
Illustration Credits

Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2012

ISBN-13: 9780137538799

Subject: Fashion & Design

Category: Design

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