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The state of the interior design profession

Author: Caren S Martin; Denise A Guerin
Publisher: New York : Fairchild Books, ©2010.
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This ground breaking book will present a series of commissioned and reprinted essays representing various viewpoints and issues that can subtly or drastically shape the interior design profession.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Caren S Martin; Denise A Guerin
ISBN: 9781563679209 1563679205
OCLC Number: 520515162
Description: xxiii, 532 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Eva L. Maddox --
1. Value of interior design : The interior design value proposition / Suzan Globus --
Socially beneficial design: what can interior designers do? / Jill B. Pable --
Beyond function: creativity in interior design / Brad Hokanson --
Holistic revolution: elevation the value of interior design / Gary E. Wheeler --
Benefits of interior design for all / Katherine S. Ankerson & Betsy S. Gabb --
The power of one good question / Ray C. Anderson --
Environmental responsibility and interior design education / Lisa M. Tucker --
Our design responsibility for people and planet / Rachelle Schoessler Lynn & David Loehr --
2. Design thinking : Future sense: why design thinking matters / Thomas Fisher --
What is design thinking? Joseph T. Connell --
Interior design meets the adapted mind / Judith H. Heerwagen --
The growing need for creative problem solving through design thinking / Susan S. Szenasy --
K-12 + interior design: a natural, critical partnership / Stephanie A. Clemons --
3. The body of knowledge : Body of knowledge: coalescing community and integrating understanding / Joy H. Dohr --
Reflections on the interior design profession's body of knowledge / Anna Marshall-Baker --
The importance of incorporating embedded knowledge into the interior design BOK / Ernest (Ernie) Rhoads --
Welfare: can you talk about your specialized knowledge? / Denise A. Guerin & Jain Kwon --
4. Evidence-based design : Evidence-based design: the highest form of professionalism / D. Kirk Hamilton --
Evidence-based design: an interior designer's opportunity / Janice Barnes --
Integrating research into a reflective practice of design: moving interior design into the future / Terri Zborowsky --
Can we rescue the open-plan office via evidence? / Jay L. Brand --
Evidence-based practice; from the classroom into the firm / Caren S. Martin --
5. Factors influencing practice : A case for interdisciplinary design / Eileen E. Jones --
Advice to Gen Y:become the generation of excellence / Anita L. Barnett --
Expectations of new graduates: a view from practice / Rita Carson Guest --
Accessible, universal, inclusive design: have the horses reached the finish line? / Louise Jones --
Interior design: satan or savior? / Alan Hedge --
Creativity in a season of technological change / Mark S. Nelson --
Moment beguine / Janice Stevenor Dale --
Technology's role in the design process / Charrisse Johnston --
BIM: is it for interior designers, too? / Rochelle A. Maresh --
Ethics and legality : The ethical imperative: relevancy of the interior design profession / Judith Fosshage --
Commoditization of interior design / Allan Guinan --
Ideals + ideas + infringements / Cindy Coleman --
When is an imitation an illegal knockoff? / Susan E. Farley --
What is the effect of regulation on liability? / H. LaDon (Don) Baltimore --
6. Regulation of practice : Through the cracks: failures in the implementation of fire and life safety standards in the selection, specification, and installation of interior content / Katherine S. Setser --
The need for regulation of the interior design profession / Janice Roberts Young --
Regulations and minimum professional competency / Diane Goté --Title or practice, what makes sense?: a personal view from an "unregulated" interior designer / David D. Stone --
Regulation opposition: contradictions revealed / Phyllis D. Moore --
Don't bother me with the facts! / Caren S. Martin --
8. Diversity : R-E-S-P-E-S-T / Vincent G. Carter --
You're a woman, an interior designer, and you want to be in business? / Sherry Bilenduke & Victoria Horobin --
Where are the women?: status of women as design firm managers / Debora Emert --
Black culture in interior design: hidden in plain view: ten principles of black space design for creating interiors / Jack Travis --
Designing for diverse users: a cultural imperative / John C. Turpin --
Globalization : Globalism in design: are we responsible? / Joseph Pettepas --
Entering the global design market / Kenneth A. LeDoux & Faye LeDoux --
Culturally relevant interiors / Jeanette F. Dettling & Kristian Broin --
Globalizing interior design: reflections on difference and transculturalism / Tasoulla Hadjiyanni --
A global perspective, universal design as socially sustainable design / Valerie Fletcher --
10. Confronting educational challenges : Who is preparing new practitioners? / Georgy Olivieri --
Redefining "qualified" / Denise A. Guerin --
Becoming an interior design educator: the role of the master's degree / Jane K. Kucko --
Clarifying graduate degrees in interior design and presenting the MID / John Weigand & Buie Harwood --
Sustaining education: futuring interior design directions? / Tilu Poldma --
"On the table: the new first-professional degree / Allison Carll White & Ann Whiteside Dickson --
Completing the circle: the place of the MID in interior design / Margaret Portillo --
Sustaining design pedagogy: structure and content of interior design programs and an emerging academic context / Henry P. Hildebrandt --
Interdisciplinary academies: challenges, risks, and opportunities / Jo Ann Asher Thompson --
11. Received identity : From shelter to comfort: exploring the interior design identity / Shashi Caan --
Allied profession or subset of architecture: the dilemma / Crystal D. Weaver --
Perceived identity / Janice Carleen Linster --
The identity crisis of interior design / Lisa M. Whited --
The name is not the problem / Mary Anne Beecher --
What's in a name?: the issue with interior design and interior architecture / Eric A. Wiedegreen --
The impact of television on the public's perception of interior design / Lisa K. Waxman & Stephanie A. Clemons --
The problem : play versus work / Theodore Drab --
12. Challenges : What makes us great?: discovering the unique value of interior design / Bruce J. Brigham --
The emerging profession of evidence-based interior design: four myths about interior design that must first be dispelled / Rosalyn Cama --
Are we there yet? / Scott M. Ageloff --
Critical challenges facing the profession of interior design: short- and long0term views / Robert Nieminen --
Off course: the unheard voices of interior design / Bradford J. Powell --
Globalization, education, and regulation / Trevor Kruse --
Interior design at a crossroads / Michael D. Kroelinger --
Epilogue: Final thoughts.
Responsibility: edited by Caren S. Martin & Denise A. Guerin.

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