Reviews and Testimonials
Designers and architects from Europe, Australia, and China provide 20 chapters that describe innovations in interior design and civic art. They first discuss cultural and social paradigms in interior design and civic art, including a design procedure, the strategies of various designers, the core aspects of interior design, the impact of changed domestic routines on design, a critical rhetoric for urban innovation for public art, and the interaction between art and space. They also address urban design, the aesthetics of urban farming, retail design, workplace design, restoration, the Anthropocene style, and mass housing units, as well as tools and experiments, such as geometric tools of representation, drawing, urban growth and human health, exhibition-graphics methods, and design for light and visual comfort.
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