Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic NamesScope Note: Discipline specializing in the design of interiors of homes or other buildings, including placement of furniture, accessories, aesthetic or decorative schemes, and spatial arrangements, construction, building systems, acoustics, lighting, heating, and air conditioning of spaces. May refer to design for existing spaces or for spaces in the planning phases. For the discipline limited to the choices of color, texture, and superficial arrangement of furnishings of a space, prefer "interior decoration." For the discipline focusing more on the architecture of the interior, prefer "interior architecture (discipline)."
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The materials in this collection document the career of Joe Martin, textiles designer and interior renderer active in the mid-to-late 20th century who worked both in the United States and in Europe. The collection consists of textiles, renderings, magazine tears, editorials, and photographs. Martin’s textiles were produced by such companies as Falconetto, Arundell Clarke, Ltd., JOFA, Inc., Piazza Prints and Quiantaince. The collection contains two tubes of rolled fabrics, the...
Overview The NYSID Institutional Archives consists of 23 cubic feet of material documenting the history of the College since its founding in 1916, as well as its ongoing administrative, operational, and records management activities.
Abstract A collection of twenty-three boxes of material including correspondence, drawings, publications, articles, project specifications, photographs and miscellaneous items documenting the careers of both Sarah Tomerlin Lee (1910-2001), advertising executive, magazine editor, author and interior designer, and her husband Thomas (Tom) Bailey Lee (1909-1971), noted designer of displays, exhibits, sets, and interiors.
Overview The Yale R. Burge Antiques and Interiors Collection contains sixteen boxes of materials related to the career of Yale R. Burge (1917-1972) who was a leading interior designer and headed both Yale R. Burge Interiors, an interior design firm based in New York City, and Yale R. Burge Antiques, which from 1955 to 2013 was an indispensable resource of 18th and 19th Century French and English furniture and accessories for some the nation’s top designers.