Tilda Publishing
The fragment from the book "How to Become an Interior Designer"
Last week you chose which part of my book want to read. Ergonomics won!
Read right now!
Ernst Neufert's handbook is considered a classic book on ergonomics. This German architect was really not too lazy to measure how much space a person takes in one position or another: sitting, standing, with arms raised, and so on. In addition, he indicated convenient distances to furniture and equipment in everyday life, and gave the dimensions of the main interior items, taking into account their use by a person. This book remains a huge help for interior designers today.

After I got dressed, I went to the bathroom to do my makeup. And at that solemn moment, my mother called. I picked up the phone a little apprehensively, remembering the past difficult conversation, but this time the conversation went more naturally. Mom asked about my business and success in design. I told about the courses, drawings, and even that some of my developments we will implement in the repair a little later.
But mom wouldn't be a mom if she didn't ask, "Is it legal to move walls and rearrange furniture? And what will the state authorities say about the redevelopment?

Luckily, my mind was filled with the difficult choice of necklace. I quickly replied that everything was legal. However, I decided to think about it later.

Now I want to create, invent, try new solutions, and not limit myself, although I understand that one cannot ignore the official side of the issue..
I have read the last paragraph of the chapter of the book:

"First, come up with the most relevant and comfortable option that is technically possible. First of all, we think about convenience and ergonomics, do not forget about ventilation, water and other technical issues. Only after all this can we raise the issue with the coordinators about the legality of the transformations."

With regards,
Maria Black