Interior designers draw upon many disciplines to enhance the function, safety, and aesthetics of interior spaces. Interior designers are concerned with how different colors, textures, furniture, lighting, and space work together to meet the needs of a building’s occupants. Designers are involved in planning the interior spaces of almost all buildings—offices, airport terminals, theaters, shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, schools, hospitals, and private residences.
Why is this Important?
- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|Design Times||Bimonthly publication that celebrates beautiful interiors and exceptional exteriors.||Visit|
|Trade magazine showcasing homes and architectural designs from around the world||Visit|
|ISDesigNET||Design resource for interior designers, architects, and facility managers.||Visit|
|DesignIntuit||Architecture, art, history and culture. Includes a glossary of terms.||Visit|
|Offers information on new products, schools, books, and more.||Visit|
|Salon Interior||Covers modern architecture and interior design. In Russian.||Visit|
|International interior architecture magazine focusing on retail, exhibition, entertainment, and workplace design.||Visit|
|Ideas For Your Home||Information about interior design and home repair. In Russian.||Visit|
|POPlife||Home/design magazine offering fresh perspectives and creative options for your living spaces.||Visit|
|Contract Design Magazine||Contract Design Magazine||Visit|
|Inspired House||Home design magazine featuring articles and resources.||Visit|