Architecture and Interior Design From the 19th Century
by Buie Harwood, FIDEC, Hon. FASID, CID; Bridget May, Ph.D., IDEC, Allied Member ASID; and Curt Sherman, FIDEC, Allied Member ASID
June 13, 2008
- The text is divided into various categories that address Historical and Social developments, Concepts, Design Characteristics, Architecture, Interiors, and Furnishings and Decorative Arts.
- Information in each chapter offers specifics on Important Buildings and Interiors, Important Treatises, Design Practitioners, and descriptive spotlights of numerous buildings, interiors, and furniture to assist in additional study.
- Graphic material features a wide diversity of over 3000 illustrations, many well known and some less common.
- Color photographs throughout the book expand the visual resources required for period study.
- Design diagramming highlights major design features allowing the reader to make visual connections between the content.
- Later Interpretations of stylistic illustrations provide a new dimension for the study of design history.
- An extensive Glossary, Bibliography, and Index offer flexibility and ease of use.
- A comprehensive CD containing many of the illustrations in the book is available.