Archive for the ‘Designers’ Category
Set against a scenic and historic backdrop, the Florence Institute of Design International will again offer a unique four-week architectural learning experience for aspiring and professional architects. The course, which will run from June 1 to 30, will usher students though different architectural periods to discover the key to the evolution of Italian architecture.
The course will be held mostly in the form of walking tours combined with on-site discussions, photometric analysis, as well as hand sketching. However, classes will be also held in Florence Institute’s elegant Baroque style palazzo, located in the historical center of the city. During which, students will also be treated to feature lectures on architecture and urban planning. Basically, the short program is designed to expose architects and designers to the significant architectural works of Renaissance Florence together with its relationship to the city.
Some people are innate designers – they can so easily visualize in their inner minds what their home should look like, and they’re able to translate this vision into reality without breaking into a sweat. Others leave the job entirely up to the interior designers they hire – they are happy to be told what works best for them and even happier when they love the end result. And then there are those who don’t really know what they want, but know that they can identify it when they see it.
Books and other sources of information on decorating cater to all three kinds of people because they augment ideas, improve on designs, and help you find innovative uses for stuff that you already own. They help bring down cost, time and effort, they facilitate your search for raw materials and finished products, and best of all, they give you a sneak preview of what your home would look like when finished. So if you’re shopping for decorating books and wondering which ones you should pick up, here’s my list of those you absolutely should read:
For one reason or another, there seem to be a continuous race for 3D objects through architects and interior designers whenever they get to work on a new project. We confront this issue every now and then even though we have a pretty large library. You might be in this situation yourself, and like it or now, someday you will come back at this page to search for a manufacturer that gives away free 3D Models of your favorite, or your clients favorite furniture.
Because 3 is a sacred number, and because 2010 comes to an end, we thought you might like the following collection of resources we have for you.
Don’t worry about it, you can find it anytime you need it as long as you bookmark this page by pressing Ctrl+Shift+L on the keyboard.
This is a special occasion, and not only because it’s a holiday, but because now you have the chance to acquire the things you desire at the best prices available.
And because we like to find buy stuff now and then, and also help our fellows architects and designers out there, we’ve selected the best deals we could find on the items we would like to buy for our personal use.
So here it goes, a list sorted in descending order:
List Price: $2,599.00
You Save: $1,774.01 (68%)
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Yeah, I know, you love freebies, so here it is, another cool round-up of resources for you to download directly from the manufacturers hands. In case you enjoy creating your own 3d models, then you will have the exact dimensions to do just that. These libraries will give you a cool start on your future projects, so enjoy and prosper my weird friends.
Also, if you do enjoy for some reason this collection, make an effort and give us a thumb up, or an intelligent comment in the section below.
10. Herman Miller