Interiors Beyond Architecture proposes an expanded impact for interior design that transcends the inside of buildings, analysing significant interiors that engage space outside of the disciplinary boundaries of architecture. It presents contemporary case studies from a historically nuanced and theoretically informed perspective, presenting a series of often-radical propositions about the nature of the interior itself. Internationally renowned contributors from the UK, USA and New Zealand present ten typologically specific chapters including: Interiors Formed with Nature, Adaptively Reused Structures, Mobile Interiors, Inhabitable art, Interiors for Display and On Display, Film Sets, Infrastructural Interiors, Interiors for Extreme Environments, Interior Landscapes, and Exterior Interiors.
Amy Campos is Associate Professor of Interior Design at California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She is principal and founder of ACA - Amy Campos Architect, a practice focused on durability and design with special interest in the impermanent, migratory potentials of the interior. Deborah Schneiderman is Professor of Interior Design in the School of Art and Design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. She is principal and founder of deSc: architecture/design/research, a research practice focused on the emerging fabricated interior environment and its materiality
Foreword. Introduction. Section I: Interiors without Architecture. Provocation; 1. Interiors Formed with Nature; 2. Refit for Repurpose; 3 Mobile Interiors. Section II: The Autonomous Inside. Provocation; 4. Artists Occupying Interiors Occupying Artists; 5. Interiors for Display and On Display; 6. Framing Interiority: Film Sets and the Discipline of Interior Design; 7. Infrastructural Interiors. Section III: The Hyper-Interior. Provocation; 8. Interiors for Extreme Environments; 9. Interior Landscapes; 10. Exterior Interiors: The Urban Living Room And Beyond. Photographic Acknowledgements. Bibliography. Index.