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An Architect's Activity Book
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by BILL SCHMALZ
by David Langford
<P>This book explains the contemporary management processes and strategies employed by practising professionals during the running of construction projects. It takes its framework from the RIBA Plan of Work and the editors have successfully used
by Nigel Ostime
<P>The professional architect?s business management bible has been completely revised and radically overhauled to reflect the very latest practice in today?s cutting-edge architectural environment. Rewritten with an emphasis on the practical ...
by Matthew Cousins
<p>A little book that's big on information, the <em>Architect's Legal Pocket Book</em> is the definitive reference on legal issues for architects and architectural students. This handy pocket guide covers key legal principles which will help youeBook
by Roland Phillips
<P>The 'RIBA Outline Plan of Work' has become the de facto standard framework used throughout the construction industry for running a job from inception to completion. This title sets out the various activities at each work stage in a ...
by Jonathan Hetreed, Ann Ross & Charlotte Baden-Powell
<p>This handy pocket book brings together a wealth of useful information that architects need on a daily basis – on-site or in the studio. It provides clear guidance and invaluable detail on a wide range of issues, from planning policy through ...eBook
by Frances Forward
<P>This user friendly guide introduces, explains, and demystifies the NEC4 contract on a practical, work-based level. Made for architects by an architect, it explores the best approach to collaborative and contractual partnering work practices. ...
by Matthew Walker
<p>Architects, Builders, and Intellectual Culture in Restoration England charts the moment when well-educated, well-resourced, English intellectuals first became interested in classical architecture in substantial numbers. This occurred after ...eBook
by JOHN V. MUTLOW
This stunning book takes you on a thrilling tour through the fascinating, eclectic and stylish abodes of some of the world's best-known architects. Not only do these pages offer a rare glimpse into each architect's personal, private environment,
by kester Et Rattenbury
by Ernst Neufert
<i>Neufert's</i> <i>Architects' Data</i> is an essential reference for the initial design and planning of a building project. It provides, in one concise volume, the core information needed to form the framework for the more detailed design and ...
A Serendipitous Guide
by Henry H. Kuehn & Paul Goldberger
<p><strong>An illustrated guide to the monumental and non-monumental final resting places of famous architects from Aalto Alvar to Frank Lloyd Wright.</strong></p> <p>All working architects leave behind a string of monuments to themselves in ...eBook
by BETHANY (ED) PATCH
Twenty Australian Homes
by Stephen Crafti
Discover how architects design and live in their own homes ...
by Michael Ermann
by ROMEO D. TY + JWDA
A Visual Guide to 5000 Years of Building Styles
by Emily Cole
Do you know a Doric column when you see one? Of course. ...
by Detail Magazine
<p>This is a compilation of the full year's information, including: the "Discussion" section, where well-known architects and critics as well as specialist authors and architectural historians articulate their views; the ...eBook
by WILLIAM A. RADFORD
Provides details for frame houses, houses of brick, brick veneer, stucco, etc., as well as plans for barns, silos, ice houses, and other farm structures. Also includes plans for such interior features as built-in buffets and sideboards, kitchen ...