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Interior Design

Interior Design Research Guide

Welcome to the Interior Design Research Guide. 

Material Design & Discovery

Materials Resources & Research

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Citations and Academic Integrity

CitationsPortrait of Walter Gropius taken by Josef Albers.

  • Confirm the citation style such as MLA, Chicago and APA required by your professor.
  • The Purdue Online Writing Lab - Chicago Manual of Style with Citation Machine provides general guidelines how to cite different works.
  • Refer to the Chicago Manual of Style Citation Quick Guide
  • Build your bibliography with Citation Generators such as Knight Cite; and Citation Builder or the internal reference list using MSOffice.
  • ALWAYS Give Credit for Images, Diagrams, and Figures: 
    • Include the following information:
      • Author (Artist or Architect); Title; Date; Location/Repository; Material/Medium; Dimensions (if applicable)
      • Write descriptive captions when including images in the text and include a bibliography entry.
  • Cite Images from Books, Articles and Images found on the Web. Include the artist's name, the year the work was created, and the institution (e.g. gallery or museum) that houses it (if applicable), followed by the city where it is located, the URL where you found the image, and when. 
  • Cite Maps & Photographs of a Building - Architectural drawings and Models are subject to copyright.

Example: 

Albers, Josef (German-American painter, theorist, 1888-1976). 1930. Walter Gropius,
Ascona Sommer 30. Place: The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, http://www.albersfoundation.org.https://library.artstor.org/asset/AALBERT_10311268499.


Related Tutorials and Videos:

Evidence Based Design

What is Evidence Based Design?

Evidence-based Design is a process by which, designers "attain the highest quality of research which leads to the best possible design solutions."

- Linda Nussbaumer, Evidence Based Design for Interior Designers.

Related Course Guide:

DSGN 204

 

References:

Royal Institute of British Architects. Architects and research-based knowledge: A literature review. (2014). https://www.architecture.com/-/media/gathercontent/architects-and-research-based-knowledge/additional-documents/architectsandresearchbasedknowledgeliteraturereviewpdf.pdf

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