The Interior Design Course: Principles, Practices and Techniques for the Aspiring Designer Paperback – 3 Apr 2006
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"Principles, Practice and Techniques": here is the ultimate guide for the aspiring designer. Discover how design has evolved over the centuries, and learn how to think visually and create your own personal style. Whether you are decorating your own home or thinking of taking up interior design professionally, you will find this book an invaluable and inspirational source of reference.
About the Author
Tomris Tangaz is Course Director and a senior lecturer in interior design at the prestigious Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. She has many years' experience working as a professional interior designer in both the commercial and private sectors.
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In short, this book is great to whet your appetite for interior design and help you decide whether it is a career you might be interested in persuing further; but beyond that you aren't going to gain a great deal from this one.