1 edition of Residential Architecture found in the catalog.
by Delmar Thomson Learning
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|Number of Pages||735|
Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction is an all-new visual guide devoted exclusively to construction standards of residential structures. Created exclusively for professionals working in residential design and construction, this guide combines key information culled from the tenth edition of Architectural Graphic Standards with all-new material on residential design.4/5(5). Blume Architecture specializes in high-end residential, multi-family designs, and single-family designs. The Dallas-based firm was founded in by Christy Goode Blumenfeld. Blumenfeld is a graduate of Tulane School of Architecture, certified NCARB, and licensed in the state of Texas.
If you are interested in architecture, I guess it would be nice for you to get a glimpse into two different sides of it – the technical and the subjective ones. As for the technical side, almost every architecture student will come across Architec. This book discusses in 45 pages, the history of architectural construction specifications, from about 4, years ago through today and how an ArCHproduct is evolving specifications that are tailored expressly for residential projects from now into the future.
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The book taught me the following: Architecture= The blending of Art, Engineering, and Construction with the responsibility of protecting the health, welfare and comfort of the public. With this premise, a residential architect designs a "work of architecture" by gracefully merging the Blend of ART/ENGINEERIN/CONSTRUCTION with public requirements to create a homogenious seamless.
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This detailed handbook presents a comprehensive methodology for the process of designing, pricing, and constructing single-family homes/5(7). Detail in Contemporary Residential Architecture 2 follows on from the success of the first Residential Architecture book in the series, and contains entirely new projects.
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Architecture: Residential Drafting and Design provides comprehensive instruction on traditional and computer-based methods of preparing architectural working drawings in addition to coverage of design and construction principles and methods. It is organized around the design-building process, a logical way for students to easily learn.
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