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Interior Design Test 2

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 Interior Design Test 2 Text: ch. 9 191- 199, 235 – 242,  Ch. 11 p. 339 – 364, 366 – 369 Ch. 13  Ch. 7 Pg 199, 215 Pg 466   Vocabulary Human factors Pruitt Igoe Environmental/ Architectural/  Psychology/ Proxemics Personal/ Territorial Distances Anthropometrics Ergonomics Biological Needs (William  LAM) Subjective Impressions (IES) Compositional Lighting  techniques (Fran Kellogg  Smith) Wall washing Backlighting Down lighting Grazing Up lighting Structural lighting Sparkle Decorative lighting Direct lighting Indirect lighting Glare Craft & art furniture Specially designed/ custom  Built – in furniture Ready made/ mass produced Modular  Systems furniture KD/ knockdown vs. set up Solid wood Veneer Plywood Bentwood Paint Stain Millwork Adaptive use/ reuse Conservation Cultural/ historical resource Demolition by neglect Design guidelines  Rehabilitation Preservation Non renewable resources Linear approach: cradle to  grave Cyclical approach: cradle to  cradle Active solar Passive solar
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Pay back Trade-off Gray water ADA Universal Design Aging in Place Ron Mace Grab – bars Bull – pen Sound masking / white noise Identity branding Productivity  Theory X Theory Y Alternative officeing  Conventional planning –  hierarchal  planning  Open office planning  Activity – based planning Community – based planning
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I)Social and Behavioral Aspects of Design A) Affected by personal environmental B) Architecture 1) People, places, and behavior in relation to places  2) Design, content, organization, and meaning of the built environment  3) Study of human factors directing attention to specific ways in which  direct human participation C) Human factors 1) Studies that share realization that human beings are powerfully  affected by their environment and related convince that human beings  are influenced by the environment in which it occurs D) Proxemics 1) Branch of anthropology 2) Conscience and unconscious structuring of space 3) Study of psychological impact of space and interpersonal physical  distances 4) Different distances depending on relationship  5) 4 zones of territorial differences  (i) Intimate  (a) Close 0 –  ½  feet far  ½  - 1  ½  feet (b) Vocal communication is low  (c) If someone gets too close you get tense and fix your eyes (ii) Personal  (a) Close 1  ½  feet  ½  -4 feet (b) Details of person are clear (c) Moderate voice level (d) Far there is no physical sensation (warmth and smell) (iii) Social  (a) Close 4-7 feet  7-12 feet (b) Cant touch without special effort
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