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A complete Table of Contents is available at www.wiley.com.

Section I: Structure

  • Building substructures, superstructures, and vertical and horizontal building enclosures
  • Floor and roof construction and stairs and ramps

Section 2: Interior Building Components

  • Interior construction, interior finishes, building services, equipment, and furnishings
  • New materials and technologies

Section 3: Issues in Contemporary Practice

  • Current issues that influence design and the development of construction documents
  • Changes in computing technologies
  • The increasing emphasis on preservation and reuse of existing buildings
  • Inclusive design for building accessibility and aging in place
  • Sustainable design

Interior Graphic Standards

Interior Graphic Standards 2nd Edition published in 2010 is the premier source of comprehensive design data for all aspects of commercial and residential interiors practice.

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Features

Interior Graphic Standards addresses the needs of architects, interior designers, new professionals, specifiers, facility managers, contractors, and students of design.

  • Accurate, up-to-date design information and details
  • Updated and reorganized using the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI)/Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) UniFormat™ classifications
  • Expanded to include more information on residential interior design