|Author||: David Kent Ballast, FAIA, CSI, NCIDQ Certification No. 9425|
|Release Date||: 2013|
|ISBN 10||: 1591264278|
|Pages||: 656 pages|
|Rating||: 4/5 from 21 reviews|
"Interior Design Reference Manual: Everything You Need to Know to Pass the NCIDQ Exam offers a comprehensive review of all NCIDQ content areas to help you pass the computer-based NCIDQ Examination IDFX, IDPX, as well as the Practicum."--Publisher's website.
by David Kent Ballast, FAIA, CSI, NCIDQ Certification No. 9425
"Interior Design Reference Manual: Everything You Need to Know to Pass the NCIDQ Exam offers a comprehensive review of all NCIDQ content areas to help you pass the computer-based NCIDQ Examination IDFX, IDPX, as well as the Practicum."--Publisher's website.GET BOOK!
by David Kent Ballast
The National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) certifies interior designers in the United States and Canada with a 13 1/2-hour, closed-book exam, offered every April and October. The exam is divided into three sections, each of which may be taken individually.The Interior Design Reference Manual is the designer's primary source for exam preparation. This manual provides an overview of the exam topics and practice problems, with solutions.Updated for the new NCIDQ exam format, the second edition of theGET BOOK!
by David Kent Ballast
New Edition. Interior Design Reference Manual: Everything You Need to Know to Pass the NCIDQ Examoffers a comprehensive review of all NCIDQ exam content areas. What's New for the Sixth Edition Revised to focus on IDFX, IDPX, and the Interior Design Practicum. Updated to incorporate the 2012 International Building Code and 2010 ADA/ABA Accessibility Guidelines. Organized by content area, with icons that indicate which content areas are covered in each chapter. Expanded coverage of: AcousticsBarrier-free designBuilding regulations and codesCost estimating andGET BOOK!
by David Kent Ballast
Interior Design Reference Manual: Everything You Need to Know to Pass the NCIDQ Exam offers a comprehensive review of all NCIDQ content areas. The two multiple-choice sections of the NCIDQ Examination are changing to a computer-based format. Use the study guidelines, exam tips, and tables throughout the book simplify your exam preparation. Exam Content Areas Covered Design Concepts and Programming Design Constraints Building Systems and Construction Research, Analysis, and Selection of Products and Details Communication and Documentation Project and BusinessGET BOOK!
by Linda O'Shea,Chris Grimley,Mimi Love
DIV In the world of interior design, thousands of bits of crucial information are scattered across a wide array of sources. The Interior Design Reference & Specification Book collects the information essential to planning and executing interior projects of all shapes and sizes, and distills it in a format that is as easy to use as it is to carry. You’ll also find interviews with top practitioners drawn across the field of interior design. —Fundamentals provides a step-by-step overview ofGET BOOK!
by Julius Panero,Martin Zelnik
The study of human body measurements on a comparative basis is known as anthropometrics. Its applicability to the design process is seen in the physical fit, or interface, between the human body and the various components of interior space. Human Dimension and Interior Space is the first major anthropometrically based reference book of design standards for use by all those involved with the physical planning and detailing of interiors, including interior designers, architects, furniture designers, builders, industrial designers, and studentsGET BOOK!
by Robert Curedale
This book is the most extensive reference available to Design Thinking. Design Thinking is an approach to designing products, services, architecture, spaces and experiences that is being quickly adopted by designers, architects and some of the world's leading brands such as GE, Target, SAP, Procter and Gamble, IDEO and Intuit. It is being taught at leading universities including Stanford and Harvard. Design Thinking creates practical and innovative solutions to problems. It drives repeatable innovation and business value. Design Thinking canGET BOOK!
by David Kent Ballast
New Edition: Updated to the Current NCIDQ(R) Exam Specs - NCIDQ(R) IDFX Sample Questions and Practice Exam contains 225 exam-like, multiple-choice problems that will help you to pass the Interior Design Fundamentals Exam (IDFX). The problems are organized into two parts.GET BOOK!
by Christine Cavataio
The interior designer's guide to effective hand drafting The kinesthetic act of completing a manually drafted drawing gives interior designers a greater understanding of the space they're designing, time to reflect on their work, and the skills needed to quickly draw freehand for presentations and design concept developments. Manual Drafting for Interiors is an essential reference for interior designers learning how to manually draft scaled floor plans, elevations, sections, and three-dimensional drawings. Clearly explaining techniques and methods, it begins withGET BOOK!
by Frida Ramstedt
Perfectly necessary for our current times: The new bible of interior design. While we spend more time at home than ever before, learn from the guru who has coached an entire Scandinavian generation in the art of creating a harmonious home. Frida Ramstedt believes in thinking about how we decorate, rather than focusing on what we decorate with. We know more today than ever before about design trends, furniture, and knickknacks, and now Frida familiarizes readers with the basic principlesGET BOOK!
by Christine M. Piotrowski
A guide for establishing and managing an interior design firm. Includes legal, financial, management, marketing and administrative advice, and sample forms and documents. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, ORGET BOOK!
by Simon Dodsworth,Stephen Anderson
The second edition of The Fundamentals of Interior Design provides a thorough introduction to the key elements of interior design and the ideas that underpin them. The book describes the entirety of the creative process, from researching initial ideas to realizing them in three-dimensional form. Throughout the text, guidelines are given to provide structure to the interior design process and the reader is encouraged to adapt and initiate methodologies to suit individual project needs. This approach is intended to giveGET BOOK!
by Christiane Lemieux,Rumaan Alam
A mainstream retail designer and founder of DwellStudio explains how readers can infuse practicality and individual personality into home décor, profiling 20 distinctive houses that reflect various styles and tastes.GET BOOK!
by David Kent Ballast, AIA, CSI
Interior Detailing provides interior designers and architects with a unique collection of interior details and material information; connecting the realms of design technical detailing that are typically treated separately. The book, which includes 150 easy to understand details, shows how to logically think through the design and development of an assembly so it conforms to the designer's intent and meets practical requirements of good construction.GET BOOK!
by Rosemary Kilmer,W. Otie Kilmer
After its publication in 1992, Designing Interiors became a hugely successful reference tool and designing textbook. In Designing Interiors, Second Edition, updates on trends in sustainability and green design, building codes, universal design, and building information models amplify the already invaluable interior design tricks of trade. Design professors Rosemary and Otie Kilmer provide a fuller design history that incorporates non-Western design and dynamic color illustrations that flesh out technical concepts.GET BOOK!
by Nolan Lushington,Wolfgang Rudorf,Liliane Wong
Libraries as a building type have been subjected to substantial changes in particular in the past ten years. Milestones such as Rem Koolhaas’ Seattle Central Library from 2004 reinvented the typology completely and reflected a development from elitist temple of learning to a public living room. Hybrids between library and department store or theater were conceived. Today, the ubiquity of electronic devices and media needs to be taken into account by the designer: every new library has areas without any booksGET BOOK!
by Chris Grimley,Mimi Love
DIVA comprehensive handbook of all the crucial information interior designers need to know on a daily basis. In the world of interior design, thousands of bits of crucial information are scattered across a wide array of sources. Color, Space, and Style collects the information essential to planning and executing interiors projects of all shapes and sizes, and distills it in a format that is as easy to use as it is to carry. Section 1, Fundamentals, provides a step-by-step overview ofGET BOOK!
by Julie Carlson
Remodelista.com is the go-to, undisputed authority for home design enthusiasts, remodelers, architects, and designers. Unlike sites that cater to all tastes, Remodelista has a singular and clearly defined aesthetic: classic pieces trump designs that are trendy and transient, and well-edited spaces take precedence over cluttered environments. High and low mix seamlessly here, and getting the look need not be expensive (think Design Within Reach meets Ikea). Remodelista decodes the secrets to achieving this aesthetic, with in-depth tours and lessonsGET BOOK!