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Becoming an Interior Designer: A Guide to…

Becoming an Interior Designer: A Guide to Careers in Design

by Christine M. Piotrowski

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Becoming an interior designer has everything one needs to know about the profession. It includes the history of design, educational preparation and requirements, interviews, designing development and progression, finding a job, owning your own firm and information on all design specialties. Whether your interested in residential or corporate design, this book is very informative for every type of interior design. I would highly recommmend reading this book for anyone who wants information on design. The book has a reading level of 12.2, ideal for high school graduates or college students.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0471232866, Paperback)

The essential guide for anyone entering or considering the field of interior design

This highly visual career resource is ideal for anyone who is thinking about, or embarking upon, a career in interior design. It provides an overview of the profession and offers in-depth material on educational requirements, design specialties, finding a job, and the many directions a career in interior design can take.

A concise, practical guide, this richly illustrated book features informative interviews with designers working in a variety of specialty areas, including samples of their work and expert tips for getting hired.

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"Becoming an Interior Designer has everything you need to navigate the interior design field, covering all aspects of getting into the industry - from pursuing the right educational training to landing your first job. Successful designers provide real-world advice on creating a portfolio, preparing a resume, and interviewing for your dream job. Interviews with these designers also offer valuable insights into a variety of specialties - such as designing for hotels, corporate offices, retail facilities, residential structures, and many more."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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