This book covers all stages of visual presentation as part of the interior design process, from early concept sketches and more evolved technical drawings to complex computer renderings, models for client presentation, and production drawings for contractors. Step-by-step sequences and special tips show students how to make the most of the available media, while practical advice on everything from communicating with clients and contractors to the legal implications of production drawings are covered. A comprehensive and varied selection of drawings from practitioners and student designers will wet readers appetites, encourage enthusiasm and suggest possibilities. This book will be an invaluable inspirational and practical resource for interior design and architecture students and practising interior designers alike.
Drew Plunkett is Head of the Department of Interior Design at the Glasgow School of Art. Since 1981 he has practiced as an interior designer based in London and Glasgow. Plunkett is also active as an exhibitor, curator, and critical writer. His published work includes a chapter in the book Four Studies on Charles Rennie Mackintosh and articles and reviews for Designers' Journal, The Architects' Journal, Blueprint, Magazine of the Mackintosh Society, and Building Design.