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‘Experiential Interior Design’ (EID) is the practice of employing experiential values in interior experience design. EID is a new design approach to interior architecture based on modern environmental psychology emphasizing on human experiential needs.<ref>Newman, A., Dennis, C., & Zaman, S. (2007). Marketing images and consumers' experience in selling environments. Marketing Management Journal, 17 (1), 136-150</ref><ref>Quartier, K., Christiaans, H., & Van Cleempoel, K. (2009). Retail Design: Lighting as an atmospheric tool, creating experience, which influence consumers' mood and behavior in commercial spaces. Proceeding of the Design Research Society Conference 2008 (pp. 216-232). Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University.</ref> The notion of EID is initiated from the subjective impacts of a designed environment on experience formation. This environmental experience is defined as the result of human and environment interactions providing intellectual or emotional acquisition. The main application of EID is to create engaging environmental experience.


Experiential interior design sections
Intro   The Elements of EID    The Outcomes of EID    EID in Business Literature    References   

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‘Experiential Interior Design’ (EID) is the practice of employing experiential values in interior experience design. EID is a new design approach to interior architecture based on modern environmental psychology emphasizing on human experiential needs.<ref>Newman, A., Dennis, C., & Zaman, S. (2007). Marketing images and consumers' experience in selling environments. Marketing Management Journal, 17 (1), 136-150</ref><ref>Quartier, K., Christiaans, H., & Van Cleempoel, K. (2009). Retail Design: Lighting as an atmospheric tool, creating experience, which influence consumers' mood and behavior in commercial spaces. Proceeding of the Design Research Society Conference 2008 (pp. 216-232). Sheffield: Sheffield Hallam University.</ref> The notion of EID is initiated from the subjective impacts of a designed environment on experience formation. This environmental experience is defined as the result of human and environment interactions providing intellectual or emotional acquisition. The main application of EID is to create engaging environmental experience.


Experiential interior design sections
Intro   The Elements of EID    The Outcomes of EID    EID in Business Literature    References   

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