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    Design Innovations for Contemporary Interiors and Civic Art

    R4 708,00
    "This book examines novel techniques in structural designs in various cultural and social scenarios, featuring innovative application methods, emergent trends, and research on tools being utilized in the field"--

    Designing the Modern Interior: from the Victorians to Today

    R3 174,00
    Reveals how the design of the inside spaces of our homes and public buildings is shaped by and shapes our modern culture. This book presents a fresh history of the interior from the late 19th to the 21st century.

    Visual Culture in the Built Environment: A Global Perspective

    R2 542,00
    To help prepare students for the global interior design profession Visual Culture in the Built Environment offers an integrated survey of global interior environments written to explain significant design styles and movements.

    La Belle Epoque Argentina

    R2 590,00

    Increasing Productivity and Profit in the Workplace: A Guide to Office Planning and Design

    R2 907,00
    Offers invaluable and accessible guidance for designing workspaces in order to increase productivity and efficiency and reduce operating costs. After reviewing an existing situation, the author presents a variety of approaches that include instruction and direction to enact changes.

    Perspectives on Social Sustainability and Interior Architecture: Life from the Inside: 2014

    R2 887,00
    Perspectives on Social Sustainability and Interior Architecture

    Rethinking the Interior, c. 1867-1896: Aestheticism and Arts and Crafts

    R3 453,00
    Addressing the question of whether 'eclectic' relationships in Victorian decorative arts are actually self-conscious iconographic schemes or merely random juxtapositions of assorted objects, this title argues that no firm demarcation exists between the two movements examined here.