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Bio: In the past, interiors were created instinctively as an element of the process
of building.[1]

The profession of decor has been a response to the continuing development of society plus the complex architecture which has resulted from the creation of industrial processes.

The search for effective utilization of space,
user well-being and functional design has contributed to the creation of the contemporary interior planning profession.
The profession of interior planning is separate and distinct through the role of interior decorator, an expression commonly used
from the US; the idea of is more uncommon in the UK, in which the profession of design is still unregulated
and as a consequence, as it happens, not officially a profession.

In ancient India, architects would also are the interior designers.
This can be seen from your references of Vishwakarma the architect—one
in the gods in Indian mythology. In these architects' kind of 17th-century Indian homes,
sculptures depicting ancient texts and events are
noticed inside the palaces, while over the medieval times
sketches paintings were a typical feature of palace-like mansions in India also known as havelis.
While most traditional homes are already demolished to produce way to modern buildings, you will still find around 2000
havelis[2] inside the Shekhawati region of Rajashtan that display paintings paintings.

In ancient Egypt, "soul houses" (or types of houses)
were used in tombs as receptacles for food offerings. From these,
you are able to discern information regarding the interior planning of different residences through the different Egyptian dynasties, including changes in ventilation, porticoes, columns, loggias, windows, and doors.[3]

Throughout the 17th and 1700s and in to the early nineteenth century, interior decoration was the concern in the homemaker, or perhaps an employed
upholsterer or craftsman who'd advise on the artistic style
for the interior space. Architects would utilize
craftsmen or artisans to complete interior planning for their buildings.
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