The School of Interiors will host a panel lecture by Deborah Schneiderman and Amy Campos, with Karin Tehve and Gregory Marinic, for the book Interiors Beyond Architecture Monday, April 15 at 5 p.m. in Pence 209.
Interiors Beyond Architecture, edited by Deborah Schneiderman and Amy Campos, proposes an expanded impact for interior design that transcends the inside of buildings by analyzing interiors that engage space outside of the disciplinary boundaries of architecture. The book 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. Internationallyr-enowned 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.
Schneiderman is a professor in the Pratt Institute Department Interior Design and principal of deSc: Architecture/Design/Research, and Campos is chair of the Interior Design program at California College of the Arts and prinicpal of Amy Campos Architect.