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similar but different

  • Down The Line is the practice of arranging a long line of identical pieces of furniture in a single row. Down the Line and Line Up differ significantly in function. Down the Line is a furniture arrangement. Line-Up is a display practice that makes it easier for people to process the information given to them.

expanded research

practice types

bibliographic citations

1) The Interior Archetypes Research and Teaching Project, Cornell University, (accessed month & date, year).

2) Cheng, Courtney. “Theory Studies: Archetypical Showroom Practices in Contemporary Interior Design.” M.A. Thesis, Cornell University, 2012, 137-59.