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A theoretical framework for research in interior design: implications for post-secondary interior design education in Canada and the United States
A growing number of interior design stakeholders believe that increased levels of research will lead to the legitimization of the profession, an expanded and specialized body of knowledge, professional recognition, ...
Fashioning spatial identity: a work environment and showroom for a fashion marketer with Thrombocytopenia Absent Radius Syndrome: Düsseldorf, Germany
This study looks at human movement in order to formulate a principle that can potentially enrich the understanding of interior design and spatial awareness within it. It considers the spatial identity of the dis/abled body ...