Interior Provocations: History, Theory, and Practice of Autonomous Interiors addresses the broad cultural, historical, and theoretical implications of interiors beyond their conventionally defined architectural boundaries. With provocative contributions from leading and emerging historians, theorists, and design practitioners, the book is rooted in new scholarship that expands traditional relationships between architecture and interiors and that reflects the latest theoretical developments in the fields of interior design history and practice.
This collection contains diverse case studies from the late-eighteenth century to the twenty-first century including Alexander Pope's Memorial Garden, Design Indaba and Robin Evans. It is an essential read for researchers, practitioners, and students of interior design at all levels.
London, 2020, 23.4cm x 15.6cm, 242pp, illustrated, Paperback.