Edited by Ross McLeod


Interior Cities chronicles the theoretical concerns and design practices of the community of architects, designers, artists, teachers and students involved in the Interior Design Program within the School of Architecture and Design at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

With over 120 contributors, 460 images and 256 pages, INTERIOR CITIES seeks to lay the foundations of a mature attitude to the profession of Interior Architecture and Design by providing a scholarly analysis of the skills, perceptions, concerns and context of emerging Interior Design practice.

The book is divided into eight areas of concern in which are assembled critical essays, design studio descriptions and major project thesis works.


Click on the following headings to view PDFs of the books chapters:


Spatial Perception

Sensing Space

Elemental Space

Space of the Imagination

Cross cultural Space

Contextual Space

Incisions into the Metropolis

Towards Virtual Space