Interior Re-Design of St. James Theatre Ballet Building
Challenging Interior Architecture to Redefine Boundaries, Prescriptions and Presumptive Limitations of the Discipline, Using Methodologies Based in Professional Practice . INTERIOR DESIGN is often dismissed as being superficial and decorative when economically unrestrained or merely functional and basic when financially restricted. But INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE in its most profound sense demands that spatial design be imbued with meaning as well as be responsive to the human condition. INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE is capable of exploring issues of social and cultural relevance: informing, critiquing and challenging rapidly changing social, cultural, theoretical, political, environmental, and economic issues. Meaningful INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE demands that we establish a theoretical personal position, critically challenge human perception, and translate socially and culturally relevant themes relating to identity, ritual, time, space, memory, emotion, imagination and inspiration.