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BIID Interior Design Project Book

Author/EditorSusie Rumbold (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781914124242
Pub Date01/07/2022
BindingPaperback
Pages336
Dimensions (mm)297(h) * 210(w)
A must-have reference for running interior design projects at all sizes, including step-by-step guidance and invaluable checklists.
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The touchstone guide to running projects from the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID).

By setting out actions step-by-step, this essential handbook identifies the key obligations of the interior designer at each project stage. Straightforward explanation is supplemented by invaluable checklists and templates.

Featuring crucial advice on administering construction contracts, it references the new RIBA/BIID Professional Services Contract 2020 for interior design services.

Reflecting the RIBA Plan of Work 2020 and contemporary working practice, it provides a systematic operational framework that can be applied to all types of projects.

Comprehensive in scope with a logical structure, it embraces the theme of collaboration within the project team. It also addresses the issues of designing sustainability and the designer's role beyond the construction contract, including how to manage the sourcing and installation of FF&E packages.

Suitable for projects within any industry sector and practice type, from large international firms to sole practitioners, it is accessible to designers with different levels of experience.

The touchstone guide to running projects from the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID).

By setting out actions step-by-step, this essential handbook identifies the key obligations of the interior designer at each project stage. Straightforward explanation is supplemented by invaluable checklists and templates.

Featuring crucial advice on administering construction contracts, it references the new RIBA/BIID Professional Services Contract 2020 for interior design services.

Reflecting the RIBA Plan of Work 2020 and contemporary working practice, it provides a systematic operational framework that can be applied to all types of projects.

Comprehensive in scope with a logical structure, it embraces the theme of collaboration within the project team. It also addresses the issues of designing sustainability and the designer's role beyond the construction contract, including how to manage the sourcing and installation of FF&E packages.

Suitable for projects within any industry sector and practice type, from large international firms to sole practitioners, it is accessible to designers with different levels of experience.

Susie Rumbold is the Founder/Creative Director of Tessuto and Past President of the British Institute of Interior Design. She is a judge for the Sunday Times British Homes Awards, the Northern Design Awards and the CEDIA Technology awards, and the industry representative for the National Design Academy, currently sitting on their degree validation committee at De Montford University.

Introduction Chapter 1 - Business Basics Chapter 2 - Communication Chapter 3 - The Project Team Chapter 4 - RIBA Stage 0: Strategic Definition Chapter 5 - RIBA Stage 1: Preparation and Briefing Chapter 6 - RIBA Stage 2: Concept Design Chapter 7 - RIBA Stage 3: Spatial Coordination Chapter 8 - RIBA Stage 4: Technical Design for Construction Chapter 9 - RIBA Stage 5: Manufacturing and Construction Chapter 10 - RIBA Stages 6 and 7: Handover and Use Appendices BIID Code of Conduct

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