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The Fast Guide To Architectural Form

Author : Baires Raffaelli
ISBN : 9063694113
Genre : Aesthetics
File Size : 36.84 MB
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A very practical guide to the basic forms and shapes in architectural planning and design.
Category: Aesthetics

The Fast Guide To Accessibility Design

Author : Baires Raffaelli
ISBN : 9063695713
Genre :
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New in the architectural series (previous published in this series: The Fast Guide to Architectural Form) is The Fast Guide to Accessibility Design. Written by Baires Raffaelli, this book explores ways to create a project that focuses on accessibility. It is a reminder that serves as a checklist for those who design everyday spaces we live in. It is a random (but not too random) collection of indications to make cities more accessible. This book wants to remind us that we are not alone and as long as we take this into consideration, we will design welcoming, inclusive and functional spaces.
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Design And Order

Author : Nigel C. Lewis
ISBN : 9781119539551
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 88.85 MB
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Teaches the principles behind the successful planning and creation of inspired built forms and urban places This book offers an integrated understanding of both the principles and the perception of the design of built environments and public spaces. It outlines the fundamental characteristics that are evident in the creation of built form and illustrates how they determine the experience of resultant places. It also consolidates the key criteria that need to be taken into consideration in the development of these areas. All of the above-mentioned aims to provide designers with a solid understanding of the implications of their decisions on perception and behavior during the creation of new spaces. Design and Order: Perceptual experience of built form - Principles in the Planning and Making of Place starts by examining the designing of natural environments and the affect that they have on humans. It teaches readers how people experience and are shaped by a space—via their eyes, brain, and overall perception. It then instructs on proper grammar of form and syntax so that designers can understand how to pursue design processes systematically. The book then takes readers through this process of designing, informing them on the principles of form, function, configuration, communication, organization, color and contrasts, building structures, good practice and more. Seeks to improve the methodological approach to the planning and design of buildings Broadly address all of the functions that impact the realization of new built and urban form Outlines the fundamental characteristics that are evident in the design of built forms and illustrates how these characteristics determine the experience of the resultant places Comprehensively covers the ideas, principles, and the perception of design Teaches designers to make informed decisions about applying or discarding principles when creating spaces. Design and Order is a unique book that will appeal to students and professionals in architecture, urban design and planning, as well as designers and developers.
Category: Architecture

A Guide To Tucson Architecture

Author : Anne M. Nequette
ISBN : 0816520836
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 66.63 MB
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A comprehensive illustrated guide to Tucson's historical and contemporary architectural resources covers all facets of the city's architecture, from one-of-a-kind homes on Main Avenue and historic downtown buildings to destination resorts in the Catalina Foothills and other modern structures. Included are walking and driving tours of fourteen areas, along with maps, and annotated descriptions of individual structures--residences, schools, churches, government buildings, offices, commercial establishments, and others--accompanied by more than 140 photographs.
Category: Architecture

Architectural Studies

Author : Richard F. Koplar
ISBN : UOM:39015029294231
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 70.14 MB
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Koplar reduces the architectural portrayal to its most basic form, the study, and uses it to demonstrate fast, abbreviated techniques that are highly effective in conveying a design idea. From on-the-spot elevation sketches to intricate office complexes, these quickly executed portrayals become a standard part of the design process rather than an after-the-fact presentation effort. The result? Time and cost savings for the design office - and a marketable new skill for you.
Category: Architecture

Legal Guide To Aia Documents

Author : Werner Sabo
ISBN : 9780735574540
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 73.26 MB
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Legal Guide to AIA Documents, Fifth Edition is a current, comprehensive, and practical resource to help you master and use the construction industry contract terms set forth by the various agreements between owners, contractors and architects. This new Fifth Edition delivers complete coverage of the following key AIA Documents: AIA Document A101: Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Contractor-- Stipulated AIA Document A201: General Conditions of the Contract for Construction AIA Document B101: Owner Architect Agreement for Basic Services--Large Projects AIA Document B103: Owner Architect Agreement for Basic Services--X Large Projects AIA Document B104: Standard Form of Agreement between Owner and Architect--Project of Limited Scope (Medium Projects) Designed to help you draft agreements that best protect your clients' interests in every situation, Legal Guide to AIA Documents, Fifth Edition provides: Accurate and practical clause-by-clause analysis--enabling you to gain greater understanding of every AIA document provision Invaluable alternate language--allowing you to customize agreements to meet the requirements of specific circumstances Guidance you need to negotiate language, clauses and terms in contracts between architects and owners, and owners and contractors. Legal Guide to AIA Documents, Fifth Edition also includes in-depth cross- references to every other important document throughout. The author highlights all the changes from the 1997 forms to the 2007 forms and identifies where issues are most likely to arise as a result of these recent changes.
Category: Architecture

The Rough Guide To Opera

Author : Matthew Boyden
ISBN : 1858287499
Genre : Music
File Size : 80.59 MB
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Sketches of opera composers, opera synopses, and CD reviews.
Category: Music

The Rough Guide To 21st Century Cinema

Author : Adam Smith
ISBN : 9781409360513
Genre : Performing Arts
File Size : 89.72 MB
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Celebrate the centurys' finest movies in The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema, a lavishly illustrated homage to the world's best movies of this new era of cinema. The best 101 films: a run down of the finest films of the millenium from Hollywood blockbusters to indie gems. The hottest stars: features on the up and coming actors and actresses who have made a mark. The winning genres: best-in-class features on drama, comedy, horror, sci-fi, animation, documentary, superhero movies and all the genre-mash ups in between. The unsung heroes: the finest talent behind the camera, including directors, cinematographers, set designers and special effects specialists. The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema is the essential companion to movies of the moment. Now available in ePub format.
Category: Performing Arts

A Guide To The Historic Architecture Of Piedmont North Carolina

Author : Catherine W. Bishir
ISBN : UOM:39015052307363
Genre : Architecture
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This richly illustrated guidebook celebrates the diversity of central North Carolina's architectural heritage. Included are more more than 2,000 buildings and sites in the 34 counties that comprise the state's most populous and rapidly growing region. This volume completes a 3-part series, which is the most comprehensive treatment of the architectural heritage of a single state.
Category: Architecture