A list of books being read for research purposes:

  1. Roland, P. (2005) ‘SteamPunk: Back to Future with the New Victorians’.  Oldcastle Books.
  2. de Potesdtad, M. & Pascal, P. (2014) ‘Vintage Industrial: Living with Machine Age Design’.  Rizzoli, New York.
  3. Yudina, A. (2015) ‘Furnitecture: Furniture that Transforms Space’. Thame & Hudson, London.
  4. Jackson, C. (2006) ‘The Experiential Impacts of Events’. in Fleming, S & Jordan, F. (2006) ‘Events and Festivals: Education, Impacts and Experiences’. LSA.
  5. Berridge, G. (2007) ‘Events Design and Experience’. Routledge.
  6. Yot, R. (2011) ‘Light for Visual Artists: Understanding and Using Light in Art & Design’. Lawrence King.
  7. Smilansky, S. (2009). ‘Experiential Marketing: A Practical Guide to Interactive Brand Experiences’. Kogan Page.
  8. Hughes, P. (2015) ‘Exhibition Design Second Edition: An Introduction’. Lawrence King.
  9. Saget, A. (2006) ‘Event Marketing: Beyond Logitics and Planning’. Dearborn Trade, Kaplan.
  10. Moreno, S, Bolhofer, K, Ehmann, S & Klaten, R (2011). ‘Out of the Box!: Brand experiences between pop-up and flagship’ Gestalten, Berlin.
  11. Locker, P (2011).’Exhibition Design’. AVA Publishing
  12. Yoshida, M (2008). ‘The Art of Paper Folding for POP-UP’ Pie Books
  13. Sweeney, R (2009). ‘Paper: Tear, Fold, Rip, Crease, Cut’.  Black Dog Publising.
  14. Pine, J & Gilmore, JH (2011) ‘The Experience Economy’ Harvard Business Review Press, Boston, Massachusetts