We designed this research guide to introduce you to the fields of architecture, planning, and landscape architecture. You'll find the materials, search tools, and other resources you need to start your research.
Provides a comprehensive range of visual and technical information covering the great majority of building types likely to be encountered by architects, designers, building surveyors, and others involved in the construction industry.
Addresses basic geometry, architectural drawing types, AutoCAD guidelines, building codes, accessibility issues, structural and mechanical systems, conventional building components, materials, and sustainable design. NOTE: The Safari Books Online platform is limited to 20 simultaneous users, so if the ebook isn't available try again later.
Covers the fundamental theories and practice behind the creation of architectural structures. NOTE: The Safari Books Online platform is limited to 20 simultaneous users, so if the ebook isn't available try again later.
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