By Anne Lemonnier,Marion Benaiteau,Olivia Berthon,Carole Benaiteau
Concevoir, produire, mettre en espace, communiquer, accueillir... De l'idée initiale au vernissage, découvrez les étapes et les savoir-faire qui permettent de monter une exposition.
Comment naissent les projets ? Avec quels outils et méthodes les met-on en oeuvre ? Quels sont les moments clés ? Autant de questions auxquelles cet ouvrage répond, à travers los angeles présentation des différents intervenants d'une exposition : commissaire, chargé de creation, scénographe, graphiste, éditeur, régisseur, chargé de communique, chargé de l'accueil des publics.
Les auteures, qui travaillent avec les plus grands musées français, présentent ici leur pratique quotidienne et leur imaginative and prescient du métier. Elles proposent ainsi une approche vivante et professionnelle de l. a. genèse d'une exposition :
- chaque chapitre présente concrètement une étape et un métier de l'exposition ;
- des fiches-métiers détaillent les qualités requises, les pistes de formation, les institutions professionnelles existantes ;
- des entretiens avec des professionnels apportent un éclairage différent sur l. a. pratique du métier, ou une ouverture sur des professions connexes ;
- un cahier couleur illustre en photographs les différentes étapes de réalisation d'une exposition.
Ce consultant pratique s'adresse autant aux professionnels des musées qu'aux étudiants désireux de découvrir ces métiers, et aux indépendants souhaitant travailler sur des expositions.
2e édition augmentée et mise à jour
- Ajout du chapitre "Les nouveaux métiers - Exposer à l'ère numérique"
- Cahier couleur inédit
By Susan Southam
By Linda Zane
The intersection of structure and schooling is a brand new and burgeoning niche. This booklet blends architectural layout details with theory-based content material explaining the principles of early formative years environments. colourful images of deliberately designed areas will encourage early formative years execs and designers alike as they dream, plan, construct, and revamp settings. encouraged by means of the groundbreaking architectural booklet A development Language: cities, constructions, Construction (Oxford collage Press, 1977), this source goals to glean architectural information about very important layout styles in an atmosphere and make the most of them to supply perception into early formative years environments which are either developmentally acceptable and aesthetically pleasing.
By David Deardorff,Kathryn Wadsworth
Houseplants upload variety, fresh the air, and convey nature interior. yet they can be plagued with problems—aphids, mealybugs, mites, and thrips to call quite a few. What’s fallacious With My Houseplant? exhibits you ways to maintain indoor crops fit by means of first instructing you ways to spot the matter and resolve it with a secure, common resolution. This hardworking advisor contains plant profiles for 148 vegetation equipped by means of sort with visual keys to the main of universal difficulties, and the similar natural strategies that may result in a fit plant.
By Joy H. Dohr,Margaret Portillo
The inside layout technique is altering. so that it will create really enticing paintings, designers are constructing a deeper and broader realizing of the way layout concept, examine, and present perform may also help them make larger judgements. This inquiry offers solutions on how layout is skilled, and its influence over time.
At an identical time, the occupation is turning into more and more collaborative. Designers this day paintings heavily with different professionals—such as architects, panorama designers, product designers, anthropologists, and enterprise consultants—in new methods, attractive an increasing community of specialists within the layout method greater than ever before.
Written through well known students pleasure Dohr and Margaret Portillo, the ebook brings inside layout concept and study to existence using a story inquiry procedure that gives hugely available insurance of the internal layout international because it exists at the present time. by means of taking a look at real-life tales that show what makes a memorable layout, coupled with pictures and drawings to extra illustrate those ideas, this ebook is a must-read for someone drawn to protecting abreast of inside layout within the twenty-first century.
By John A. Flannery,Karen M. Smith
The historical pairing of structure and books has continuously been a fascinating subject for debate, and the expanding acclaim for digital books has lately further gasoline to the fireplace. in spite of the fact that, the bonfires equipped for the broadcast model stay unlit. learn undertaken for this booklet means that the normal studying room is at the moment having fun with a renaissance in lots of diversified guises, with print and electronic media having fun with a symbiotic courting.
The electronic revolution is only one of the various demanding situations confronted through the library architect. to meet the numerous necessities of library clients, versatile, destiny facts, indoor and open air areas needs to now aid either passive and energetic targets. those usually contrasting calls for can range dramatically from quiet, contemplative studying to audible public functionality.
This ebook explores intimately the evolution of the eco-library, concentrating on how layout groups focus on diminishing assets in different geographic and weather conditions. The featured tasks exhibit measurable discount rates in either building and working expenditures via cutting edge designs that utilise the ecology of a chosen website in a favorable means. A library improvement will now unavoidably search to steer by way of instance, visibly demonstrating sound environmental perform, and delivering an stronger consumer adventure for progressively more discerning consumers.
Eco-Library layout presents a global standpoint on twenty first century traits in library architecture.
By Rob W. Sovinski
By Tim Matson
Tim Matson surveys a frequently forgotten point of self sufficient living—firelight.
In this thoroughly revised and up-to-date vintage, Matson describes in energetic element all of the parts of firelight—beginning with a proof of the lighting fixtures method he built from his Vermont home.
• The romantic heritage and smooth molding of candlepower
• conventional kerosene lamps
• The flexible Aladdin
• Liquid propane (LP) gasoline lights
• Kerosene and gasoline strain lanterns (the Coleman)
• Incandescent mantle safety
• The "Return of Firelight" from glass-fronted hearths and stoves
In addition, Matson indicates the best way to decide upon, gather, set up, and effectively keep those non-electric assets of sunshine. This consultant can be quintessential for holiday houses, camps, boats, RVs, autonomous homesteads—and wherever in a blackout.
By Maxwell Ryan,Janel Laban,Melanie Acevedo
“A whole and chuffed house is much more than a sequence of beautiful rooms. among those covers, we’ve captured every thing we’ve discovered at residence remedy approximately adorning, organizing, cleansing, and maintenance, so that you could make and continue your personal outstanding home.”
—from the Introduction
Getting a room to suppose correct is extra intuition than technological know-how. you recognize a superb house if you happen to see it. condominium treatment trains your eye with greater than seventy five rooms, from bedrooms to kitchens and dwelling rooms to youngsters’ rooms and workspaces. discover each detail—lighting, colour palettes, ground, and accessories—that brings a house to lifestyles and, most vital, makes you content in it.
By Martin Ludwig Hofmann