In 1994 she redesigned the interiors of the supersonic Concorde for Air France.
interiors were shot at a hotel in City of Industry, California, while other scenes were shot at a sound stage in Silver Lake.
The gougéres are finished when they appear crisp, golden, and puffed while their interiors remains slightly soft.
The interiors of the cottages resemble the sort of understated living room you might find in a gracious Indian home.
In interiors, IKEA has schooled penny-pinchers on the pleasures of contemporary furniture.
The interiors of the houses are decorated profusely with coco-palm leaves, goian (Arum) plants, and flags.
The interiors of rooms could be perceived with their papers in strips.
The doors of both chambers stood open; but the interiors, though showing signs of recent occupancy, were deserted.
The interiors of the larger portion of the houses were full of sand.
The interiors and exteriors of the mind, of which the angels told us, are devised fictions.
late 15c., from Middle French intérieur and directly from Latin interior "inner, interior, middle," comparative adjective of inter "within" (see inter-). Meaning "of the interior parts of a country" is from 1777; meaning "internal affairs of a country or state" (as in U.S. Department of the Interior) is from 1838. Interior decoration first attested 1807. Interior design from 1927.
"part of a country distant from the coast," 1796, from interior (adj.); meaning "inside of a building or room" is from 1829.