FABRIC FOR THE DESIGNED INTERIOR
EBOOK + STUDIO
- JAN 12, 2017
|Paperback + Studio||9781501321849|
|Companion Study Tools||ISBN|
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
Fabric for the Designed Interior, Second Edition, is a comprehensive text for students and professionals, addressing both residential and commercial interiors. The book begins by placing fabric in a historic context, examining its connection to the growth of civilization. Later chapters take a practical approach to provide readers with the tools they need for successfully specifying fabric, dealing with environmental and safety concerns, understanding fabric and carpet-care issues, working with bids and contracts, and learning strategies for navigating showrooms and fabricating facilities. Leading designers, fabric manufacturers, and suppliers weigh in with their experiences, giving readers a clear idea of real-world expectations. This new edition is updated with expanded coverage on sustainable fabrics, more robust and clear instructions on costing, an appendix of historic and decorative architectural styles, and a revised art program featuring contemporary styles.
Fabric for the Designed Interior STUDIO—an online tool for more effective study!
· Study smarter with self-quizzes featuring scored results and personalized study tips
· Review concepts with flashcards of essential vocabulary
· Watch videos that bring chapter concepts to life
About the Fabric for the Designed Interior STUDIO Videos
Access to online instructional videos that show the world of interior textiles in action. The viewer will be taken on a tour of the historic Scalamandre 110,000-square-foot mill and see how woven and printed fabrics are produced. Elements of the tour include design conceptualization and artwork, dyeing of yarns, warping, and weaving on various types of looms. The second video takes the viewer to several to-the-trade showrooms in New York City. Viewers will learn practical skills like establishing an account, reading tags, costing, and ordering product. Showrooms specializing in both residential and contract fabric are toured.
Table of Contents
1. Origins of Fabric: A Primer
2. Structure and Content of Fiber and Yarn
3. Fabric Construction: Wovens and Nonwovens
4. Dyeing, Printing, and Finishing
5. Floor Covering: Rugs and Carpeting
6. The Environment, Safety, and Codes
7. Specifying Residential Fabric and Trimming
8. Specifying Contract Fabric and Carpeting
9. Sources: Acquiring Fabric for Clients
10. Inside the Workroom
11. Maintaining Fabric, Carpeting, and Rugs
12. Learning from the Professionals
About The AuthorsFrank Theodore Koe is an Associate Professor at The Pennsylvania State University in University Park, PA, USA.
- eBook + Studio
- Fairchild Books
- 200 colour and 80 bw illus