The second edition of
Interior Graphic Standards is completely revised with updated and expanded coverage of: Interior material energy use and environmental impact; ADA Accessibility Guidelines; Residential design and construction; Basic building construction types and their impact on interiors; Historic preservation and adaptive reuse of interiors; Life cycle costing and estimating for interior materials; Behavioral aspects of designing with color; Current issues in office design; Commercial and residential interior renovation for smaller projects; Current information on computer technology and interior design practice.
Corky Binggeli, ASID, is principal of Corky Binggeli Interior Design in Arlington, Massachusetts. She received her master of interior design degree from Boston Architectural College, and is NCIDQ certified. A past president of ASID New England, Binggeli is the author of Building Systems for Interior Designers; Materials for Interior Environments; Interior Design: A Survey; Graphic Standards Field Guide to Commercial Interiors; and, with Francis D. K. Ching, Interior Design Illustrated, Second Edition, all published by Wiley. Patricia Greichen, Allied Member ASID, is principal of Simpatico Design in Reading, Massachusetts. Her firm specilizes in residential design. She received her degree in interior design from Newbury College. She has served on the board of directors for ASID New England.
Introduction. Section I Building Elements. Chapter 1: STRUCTURE. Substructure. Superstructure. Floor Construction. Roof Construction. Stairs and Ramps. Chapter 2: SHELL. Exterior Vertical Enclosures. Exterior Horizontal Enclosures. Chapter 3: INTERIOR CONSTRUCTION. Fire Resistive Construction. Acoustic Construction. Seismic Considerations. Gypsum Board Assemblies. Concrete Masonry Units. Architectural Concrete. Stone Walls. Glass Unit Masonry Assemblies. Prefabricated Partitions. Windows and Glazing. Interior Doors. Raised Floor Construction. Thermal and Moisture Protection. Manufactured and Fabricated Rooms. Chapter 4: INTERIOR FINISHES. Interior Specialties. Wall Finish Requirements. Integral Wall Finishes. Wood Wall Finishes. Tile Wall Finishes. Metal Wall Finishes. Wall Surface Coverings. Painted Finishes. Floor Design Considerations. Metal Deck and Concrete Floor Systems. Hard Floors. Wood Flooring. Resilient Flooring. Carpet, Carpet Tile, and Mats. Ceilings. Chapter 5: BUILDING SERVICES. Conveying Systems. Plumbing Systems. Mechanical Systems. Fire Protection Systems. Electrical Systems. Lighting. Communications Systems. Security Systems. Chapter 6: EQUIPMENT. Toilet and Bath Equipment. Retail Equipment. Personal Care Equipment. Animal Care Facilities. Laundry and Facilities. Teller and Service Equipment. Hospitality and Food Service Equipment. Educational and Research Equipment. Healthcare Equipment. Residential Equipment. Recreational and Performance Equipment. Athletic and Fitness Equipment. Cleaning, Disposal and Recycling Equipment. Chapter 7: FURNISHINGS. Furnishing Contracts and Tests. Textiles for Interior Furnishings. Cabinetry and Casework. Countertops. Art and Accessories. Furniture. Plantings. Window Treatments. Section 2 Contemporary Issues. Chapter 8: COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES. The Transition from CAD to BIM. Integrated Project Delivery. Virtual Collaboration. Software as a Service. The Unwritten Future. Chapter 9: EXISTING BUILDING INTERIORS. Historic Restoration and Preservation. Evaluating Hazardous Materials. Recycling Construction and Demolition Waste. Chapter 10: INCLUSIVE DESIGN. Accessibility. Aging in Place. Continuous Care Retirement Communities. Chapter 11: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN. Design, Construction and Operations Issues. Principles. Sustainability Strategies. Sustainable Materials. Health Concerns in the Built Environment. Interior Rating Systems and Certifications. Costs and Schedule Implications. APPENDICES. A Anthropometric Data. B Proportioning Systems. C Graphic Symbols. D Classical Interior Architectural Elements. E Interior Minimum Uniformly Distributed Live Loads. INDEX.