Working Space: Interiors as Provisional Compositions

Attiwill, S 2011, 'Working Space: Interiors as Provisional Compositions', in Terry Meade (ed.) Occupation: Negotiations with Constructed Space, Brighton, UK, 2-4 July, 2009, pp. 1-8.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Working Space: Interiors as Provisional Compositions
Author(s) Attiwill, S
Year 2011
Conference name Occupation: Negotiations with Constructed Space
Conference location Brighton, UK
Conference dates 2-4 July, 2009
Proceedings title Occupation: Negotiations with Constructed Space
Editor(s) Terry Meade
Publisher University of Brighton
Place of publication Brighton, UK
Start page 1
End page 8
Total pages 8
Abstract The conference theme of occupation and constructed space facilitates an engagement with several ideas currently shaping interior design thinking, discourse and practice. Occupation, inhabitation, dwelling - the production of a place for people to inhabit, dwell, occupy - are a focus of interior design. While these terms are often used interchangeably they bring with them various theoretical frameworks and philosophical underpinnings. The term 'occupation' not only conjures ideas of residential living but is hard to prise from nuances related to military occupations, the occupation of territories, and colonialism. The conference provocation invites a thinking through the concept of 'occupation' as a way to locate some assumed givens occupying interior design as a discipline and through this, open up the potential for new ways of thinking and practising interior design which may in turn lead to different kinds of occupations and interiors.
Subjects Interior Design
Keyword(s) 'working space'
transformation
time
employ
design
interior
ISBN 9781905593736
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