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Toward a New Interior - Lois Weinthal
Call Number: NA2850 .T69 2011
ISBN: 9781616890308
Publication Date: 2011-10-19

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Evidence-Based Design for Interior Designers - Linda L. Nussbaumer
Call Number: NK2116.4 .N87 2009
ISBN: 9781563677595

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Environmental Psychology for Design, 2nd Edition - D. A. K. Kopec
Call Number: NK1520 .K67 2012
ISBN: 9781609011413



This guide will provide you with some tools and techniques that will help you to complete research assignments for courses offered through the Woodbury University Department of Interior Architecture. It is intended as a starting point for research and is by no means a complete list of resources. If you are having trouble finding information on your topic or if you have questions about doing research on topics within the field of interior architecture, please use the contact information listed on each page of this guide to contact Barret Havens, Woodbury University Library liaison to the School of Architecture. 


Navigation/Table of Contents

Use the tabs along the top of this guide or the links below to navigate the sections.

Articles & Databases: search databases for articles on a particular focus within interior architecture; find a journal by title; find out how to get a particular article

Interior Architects: information on the life and/or works of a particular architect

Buildings/Construction: research a particular building, style of building, or type of building material

Images: explore sources of images of plans, sketches, photographs etc. of interiors

Reference/Codes/Standards: locate reference books, building codes, standards, manuals, and handbooks

CA/Local: focus on regional and local interior architecture

Professional: information about studio culture, associations, directories, organizations, employment resources, and more.


Video Tour of Wright's Hollyhock House

Bob Vila of the PBS series "This Old House" visits Frank Lloyd Wright's Hollyhock House at Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles.


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