Interior Design magazine has assembled notable voices in the industry to define contemporary interior design and its practice for a new book, Interior Design Practice. The book, edited by Cindy Coleman, provides professionals a perspective that encompasses design theory and education, global professional practice, and the experiences of large and small design firms.
The book includes sections on development and growth of the interior design profession; an assessment of the legal and regulatory environment; work process from pre-design, programming, and design development to contract administration; as well as management information: marketing, financial management, project management, and managing client relationships.
Contributors to the book include Edward Friedrichs, (former President, Gensler) San Francisco; Derrel Parker, Parker Scaggiari,Las Vegas; Cindy Coleman, Chicago; Beth Harmon Vaughan, Gensler, Phoenix; Barry LePatner, LePatner & Associates, LLP, New York; Eva Maddox, Perkins + Will, Chicago; Sharon Turner, Swanke Hayden Connell Architects, London; Pamela Anderson Brule, Pamela Anderson Brule Architects, San Jose; Orlando Diaz-Azcuy, San Francisco; Stuart Cohen, Cohen/Hacker Architects, Chicago; David Boeman, Powell + Kleinshmidt, Chicago; Greg Switzer, Robert Sutter, Switzer Architects, New York; Lisabeth Quebe, (Former VP, Perkins + Will) Soldiers Grove, WI; Gary Wheeler, Wheeler Kanik, Richmond, UK; and Kathy Rogers, Jacobs Facilities, Arlington, VA.
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