Free-standing and built-in furniture In INTERIOR DESIGNING

Furniture can be categorized as either free-standing or built-in. Free-standing furniture is the most common. It is easy to place within a room and is flexible as it can be re-positioned at will. However, it is not necessarily the most efficient in terms of use of space. Take, for example, a bookcase sited within an …

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“MECHANICAL ND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS” IN INTERIOR DESIGNING

Buildings require systems to deliver heat, light, power and water throughout the structure, and to take away waste. Although all but the end points of these systems are usually hidden from view, they do need to be considered by the interior designer, as they require space within the structure, and this may impose limitations upon …

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MATERIALS FOR CONSTRUCTION IN INTERIOR DESIGNING

The range of materials that may be utilized during the construction process is much wider today then even a couple of decades ago, yet there remains a core of enduring materials, some of which have been around for centuries, which in one form or another account for the majority of building materials consumed. TIMBER Timber …

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IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROJECT IN INTERIOR DESIGNING

After all the design work has been agreed and signed off by the client, implementation can begin. Once contractors have been engaged to carry out the work, the involvement of the designer could be minimal, with a number of site visits to check that work is being accomplished as intended. The designer could, on the …

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