2nd Edition

Christina M. Scalise

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SEP 11, 2014
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Paperback 9781609019174

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What's in the book

The Book

In an age of reliance on CAD programs, the skill to express your creativity and vision with a hand-rendered drawing gives an interior designer a distinct advantage in communicating with clients. Interior Design Illustrated, Second Edition, helps students develop this powerful marketing tool. Using the same step-by-step approach as the first edition, this book teaches students how to visualize interior space, perspective, and details such as pattern and texture. Readers will be able to render their vision with watercolor and markers. The comprehensive coverage includes instruction in rendering architecture, finishes, fixtures, furniture, accessories, and plantscaping.

New to this Edition
-Over 100 new illustration, including classic modern interior objects. New examples include illustrations by other practicing professionals of interior design, architecture, and illustration
-New wayfinding feature using watercolor and marker icons at the bottom of the page enables readers to quickly distinguish between tools
-Introduction of new and unique ways of incorporating hand media with computer media for presentation drawings, with techniques and methods applied to elevations, furniture, and various materials

Table of Contents

1 Creative Tools
2 Markers and Watercolors
3 Artistic Interpretation
4 Room Vignettes
5 Interior Architectural Elements
6 Walls
7 Floors
8 Furniture
9 Enhancements
10 Materials and Textures
11 Patterns
Illustration Credits

About The Authors

Christina M. Scalise , NCIDQ Certificate No. 10331, is a professional interior designer and principal of her own firm. She is also is a part-time interior design educator and has taught interior design studios, professional practice, architectural communications, and rendering courses at Woodbury University, Seton Hill University, and the Art Institutes beginning in 1982. Her writing projects include interior design textbooks for Fairchild Books and Delmar/Cengage, and development of an online interior design program of courses offered internationally through numerous higher education institutions through Cengage. She is certified by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) and is affiliated with several professional organizations. Currently, Scalise serves on LaRoche College Interior Design Advisory Board and the NCIDQ 2011 item writing team.

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