- OCT 23, 2008
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
The BookInterior design students will find inspiration in Design and Security in the Built Environment as they learn about meeting security needs in offices, hospitals, schools, and other public and private facilities. Recognizing that design professionals must also take into account sustainability, accessibility, innovation, sense of place, and a host of other issues, the authors offer a seamless connection between security and these factors. To assist students in developing the mind-set they will need to consider security from the start of a project, the text focuses on the relationship of the psychological and physical aspects of security to interior design.
Table of Contents
-- Why Study Security Issues?
-- The Concept of Security and Its Role in Our Lives
-- Characteristics of Physical Environments That Promote Security
-- Security Related Needs in Commercial Interiors
-- Security Related Needs in Historical Interiors
-- Security Related Needs in Healthcare Environments
-- Security Related Needs in Hospitality and Retail Design
-- Security Related Needs in Educational and Day Care Facilities
-- A Model for Designing for Safety and Security
About The AuthorsLinda O'Shea, Kean University Rula Awwad-Rafferty, University of Idaho
- Page count:
- Fairchild Books
- 8.5 x 11 "
- illustrations, colour section