Influence of Japanese Interior Design (The Concept of Decorating Ideas) on Western Modernism.
Mary N, Parent. Japanese Architecture and Art Net Users System. Irimoyazukuri. 2011.
Parent explores Namban art that developed after the first Portuguese ships arrived in Kyushu in 1543. The Western canons art like linear perspective and alternative materials had minor influence. After the reopening of the Japan, there was the influence of design in the western modernism. The emergence of museums with collections of Namban art. For instance, Kobe City Museum and Museu de Oriente, Lisbon.
Mary gives a clear example of Namban art that was used in developing many museums and even decorating them. The authors explain how this art developed as time moved until it was well established in many places. Mary’s ideas can as well be used in the today museums and historical sites to decorate them so that they can attract visitors.
Bowring, Richard, Peter, Kornicki. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Japan. Cambridge University Press. England.
This book covers everything involving the Japan: geography, history, society, politics, economics, and much more about the interior design. The authors explain the Japanese concept as it develops over the years. The encyclopedia has facts, arts, shapes and data about Japan that make it a good reliable source of information.
The book has illustrated various designs that have been used by the Japanese in coming up with what they have today. It illustrates the designs in different homes and neighborhood leading to western modernism. The rich inherited cultures and norms used in Japan can suit the modern particulars and the future function of the world. It entails steps for coming up with a better lifestyle, and that is modernism.
William H, Coaldrake. Architecture and Authority in Japan. Nissan Institute: Japanese Studies Series. England.
Coaldrake and William explain the history and culture of Japanese. Coaldrake focuses on the role of architecture by majoring on buildings as symbols of authority. More so he views them as active transporters of authority.
Coaldrake explains the main points including arts that Japanese employed in their establishment of things. These concepts of decorating ideas developed by Coaldrake have helped on western modernism.
The concept of William and Coaldrake can be established in the current situation by applying the early cultures and traditions to existence. Additionally, the students can read this book to see the sights that the book is describing.
Alexandra, Black. The Japanese House: Interiors and Architecture. Massachusetts. Tuttle Publishing.
Black and Alexandra illustrates art, culture, and architecture in Japan. The design has led and inspired many architect and designers all over the world. The Japanese house is fashioned after with tatami mat, rustic décor, paper, straw, ceramics, and textiles among others.
The book demonstrates how art concepts such as tatami mat, wood, paper, and bamboo can be used to make nice and good homes. These authors have explained how this can be decorated in different homes hence leading to western modernism.
Mostly, bamboo, tatami mat, and papers have been used with many people in constructing their houses through the influence of Japanese interior design. Good looks have been created from the Japanese style that was invented by Black and Alexandra.
John F, Pile, Harry, Abrams. Interior Design. New York. 2003
Pile and John delivers a focused and clearly examination of the significant interiors and their associated details. Pile explains that interior design is a field that construction, architecture, furniture, decoration, technology, and product modification all overlap. The famous buildings such as Parthenon and Pompidou Centre are made through Pile’s art and design.
Pile explains advice on how to use interior design in modifying homes to come up with clear and smart buildings all over. The use of photographs in modifying.
Pile’s idea can be borrowed applied in the today situations in many ways. Many interior designers worldwide have decorative styles of designing different places like the art café buildings, schools, and restaurants among others.