Prof. Mark Taylor
Professor Mark Taylor has quickly become an integral member of the CDI, after joining Swinburne University in November 2017. A vital piece of the CDI’s expansion into User Experience and Design, Professor Taylor’s wealth of knowledge around the intricacies of interior design and the effect it can have on culture have been a valuable addition to the team, involving himself in a number of projects that have benefited from his innate grasp of the history and theory or architecture and design. Professor Taylor’s continued involvement will be focused around understanding and manipulating design in a way that ultimately improves the way consumers interact and experience interior design.
Mark’s vast understanding of the rich history of interior design is well documented, lending his expertise to a number of respected publications throughout his illustrious career. Mark’s contribution to interior design history is perhaps best encapsulated through his work on Interior Design and Architecture: Critical and Primary Sources (Bloomsbury 2013) and A Cultural History of Interiors in the Medieval Age (Bloomsbury 2018), both of which were widely lauded for their comprehensive and innovative analysis.
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