'I think this is an excellent course book for students who are about to enter, or are considering entering a program of interior design for it touches lightly, but directly, on all aspects of the design process from inception to construction, as well as the modes and means of the production of designs. This book would be a terrific reference for students in preparatory courses and/or the first term in the course of study. The book is clear and the images relate directly to the issues discussed on each spread.' - Anita Cooney, Pratt Institute, USA.
'I think your series of texts on interior design, interior architecture and architecture are terrific. I convinced our library to purchase all of them...' - Herb Fremin, Wentworth Institute of Technology, USA
'Good content - easy to read and understand.' - Michele Thompson, Bishop Burton College, UK.
'Clear, with good illustrations and easy to reference.' - Veronica Hendry ,University of the Arts London, UK.
'It's a good generic introductory book on the field of Interior Design, clear, good looking and with an academic view of the issue.' --Joao Cruz, ESAD, Portugal.
About the Author
Simon Dodsworth studied at KLC School of Design, where he gained an Honours Diploma in interior design. After graduating he worked as a freelancer on residential projects with established architects, and also formed his own design business. He was later invited to teach at KLC, where he is now Director of Interior Design.