Graeme Brooker, Sally Stone “Vorm ja konstruktsioon sisearhitektuuris” (Basics of Interior Architecture 1)

The first volume in the “Basics of Interior Architecture” series explores the ways in which a building’s structural design influences interior design. The book also discusses physical factors such as light and orientation, building context and sustainability. In their part, methods of interpretation, evaluation and use are proposed and their impact on interior architecture and building transformation is analyzed.

“Basics of Interior Architecture” is a book series that introduces interior architecture and its underlying principles. The main theories are complemented by detailed analyzes of modern interior designs, which make the forthcoming book a handbook for both interior architecture and architecture students, as well as civil engineers and real estate developers, and all readers who are interested in this field.

Graeme Brooker is Head of Interior Architecture at the Royal College of Art, Sally Stone is a Lecturer and Program Manager at Manchester University of Architecture.

Translated by Katrin Kask
Language editor: Tiina Hallik

184 pages, in Estonian
Estonian Academy of Arts Press, 2018

ISBN 978-9949-594-65-8

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