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Introduction to Architecture

New!
A Global History of Architecture
Francis D.K. Ching, Mark M. Jarzombek, and Vikramaditya Prakash
0-471-26892-5 • 978-0-471-26892-5 • 816 pp. • Cloth • August 2006
Organized along a global timeline, A Global History of
Architecture presents an innovative approach to the study of
architectural history. Spanning from 3,500 BCE to the present,
this unique guide is written by an all-star team of architectural
experts in their fields who emphasize the connections,
contrasts, and influences of architectural movements
throughout history. The architectural history of the world
comes to life through a unified framework for interpreting and
understanding architecture, supplemented by rich drawings
from the renowned Francis D.K. Ching as well as brilliant
photographs.
From ancient Chinese civilization to the postmodern world,
A Global History of Architecture features:
• A history of architecture conceived from a worldwide
perspective
• Portfolio of full-color photographs opening the book
• Companion Web site featuring Image Bank, Instructor’s
Manual, and Google™ Earth links
wiley.com/go/globalhistory

SELECTED CONTENTS: 3500 BCE. Beginnings of China’s Civilization.


Early Indus Settlements. Predynastic Egypt. Mesopotamia. European
Megalithic Tombs. 2500 BCE. Indus Ghaggar-Hakra Civilization.
Early Empires of Mesopotamia. Egypt: The Old Kingdom. Megalithic
Temples of Malta. Stonehenge. First Civilizations of the Americas. 1500 BCE. Egypt: The New Kingdom. Hittite Empire. Minoan
Civilization. Mycenaean Civilization. Civilization of the High Andes. Shang Dynasty China. 800 BCE. The Olmecs. Chavin de
Huántar. Zhou Dynasty China. Etruscan Civilization. Greece: The Geometric Period. Temple of Solomon. Neo-Assyrian Empire. 400
BCE. Achaemenid Dynasty. Classical Greece. Early Hellenic Age. Advent of Bhuddism. China: The Warring States Period. Late Olmec
Centers. Republican Rome. Augustan Rome. Post-Augustan Rome. Imperial Rome. Mahayana Buddhism. Qin Dynasty China. 200 CE.
Roman Empire. Zoroastrian Fire Temples. Buddhism of the Satvahanas. The Kushan. Han China. The Moche and Nazca Civilizations.
Teotihuacán. 400 CE. Hindu Renaissance. Kushans of Bamiyan. Establishment of Chinese Buddhism. Emergence of Christianity. Post-
Constantinian Age. Zapotecs of Oaxaca. Kofun Period: Japan. 600 CE. Maya of the Yucatan. Age of Justinian. Armenian Architecture. The
Sui and Tang Dynasties. Nara Period: Japan. 800 CE. Korean Buddhism. South Asian Hindu-Buddhism. Hindu Kingdoms of Cambodia.
Construction in Southeast Asia. Rise of Islam. Carolingian Empire. Byzantine Empire. Pueblo Bonito. Maya City-States. 1000. Rise of
Rajput Kingdoms. Song Dynasty China. Seljuk Turks. The Fatimids. Almoravid Dynasty. Byzantine Revival. The Normans. Pilgrimage
Churches. Italian City-States. Medieval Scandinavia. Kievan Russia. Mayan Uxmal. 1200. Khmer Vrah Vishnulok. Kingdom of Pagan.
Kamakura Japan. Delhi Sultanate. African Kingdoms. Europe: The High Middle Ages. Republic of Novgorod. Nasrid Sultanate. Toltec
Empire. 1400. Nomadic Invaders. Ming Dynasty China. Joseon Dynasty. Muromachi Japan. Timurid Dynasty. The Deccan Sultanates.
Ottoman Empire. Mamluk Sultanate. Italian Renaissance. French Chateaux. 1600. Tokugawa Shogunate. The Mughals. Spanish Conquest
of America. Italian High Renaissance. Place Royale. The Kremlin’s New Churches. Baroque Italy. The Dogons of Mali. Architecture of
the Eurasian Power Bloc. 1700. Colonialism. The French Culture of Empire. England: House of Stuart. Spread of the Baroque. Georgian
Architecture. Qing Dynasty China. Edo and the Kyoto Odoi. Choson Dynasty. Nayaks of Madurai. The Mallas of Nepal. 1800. Qianlong
Emperor. Neo-Classicism. Japan: The Edo Period. Romantic Nationalism. Shakers. Greek Revival. Wat Pra Kaeow. 1900. World’s Fairs.
National Museums. Colonial Bombay. Cole des Beaux-Arts. Arts and Crafts Movement. The Indo-Saracenic. Dutch Kampung. Shingle
Style. The City Beautiful Movement. Rise of Professionalism. Skyscrapers. Art Nouveau. International Beaux Arts. Colonial Africa.
Expressionism. 679 Russian Constructivism. Bauhaus. 1950. Modernism. Postmodernism. The Postmodern Museum. The Postmodern
Postcolonial World. Globalization. Bibliography. Glossary. Index.

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The Survival Guide to Architectural


Internship and Career Development
Grace H. Kim
0-471-69263-8 • 978-0-471-69263-8 • 272 pp. • Paper • 2006
CONTENTS: Foreword: Surviving Internship. Introduction. An
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International Style. Coda. Glossary. Bibliography. Information Framing. Detailing a Building in Architectural Concrete. Detailing a CONTENTS: Designing With Building Codes. Designing the
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Michael E. Doyle
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author, and illustrator, Francis D.K. Ching examines every theory and analysis makes this book the intelligent guide to and computer techniques.
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centuries and cross cultural boundaries to create a design
CONTENTS: Introduction. 1. ENGAGING THE VISUAL WORLD. guide to color drawing and features:
vocabulary that is both elemental and timeless. Among the
topics covered are point, line, plane, volume, proportion, Touching and Moving Provide the Foundation. Nicholaides • Full color throughout provides a rich visual resource
and Contour. Contour Exercises. Contour and Composition.
scale, circulation, and the interdependence of form and • Fully updated with new technologies and techniques
Nicholaides and Mass. Mass Exercises. Gesture. Gesture
space. Exercises. Spaces and Voids. Space Exercises. 2. THE ORDER • Includes computer techniques with emphasis on the use
This new edition includes for the first time a companion OF APPEARANCE. Gibson and Textural Gradient. Gibson and of Photoshop Architectural Graphics
CD-ROM that employs interactive graphics to convey the Depth Cues. Distance from Horizon Line. Overlap and Motion
• Offers unparalleled breadth and depth of coverage of
concepts in the book. The book also features new and Parallax. Shade and Shadow. Size Perspective. Atmospheric
the use of color in contemporary environmental design Fourth Edition
Perspective. Linear Perspective. Freehand Perspective Exercises.
more current examples as well as expanded sections on Drawing Slopes. Perspective of Slopes Exercises. Movement and communication Francis D.K. Ching
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Projecting Perspective Exercises. Imposing Perspective Exercises. team working dynamics as they relate to the production of
CONTENTS: Primary Elements. Form. Form and Space. Organization.
Light and Dark and Color. Light and Dark Exercises. Contrast of deliverables CONTENTS: Drawing Tools and Materials. Architectural Drafting.
Circulation. Proportion and Scale. Principles.
Value. Color Exercises. Contrast of Temperature. Complimentary Architectural Drawing Systems. Multiview Drawings. Paraline
Contrast. Final Thoughts. Appendix A: Perspective: Office Method. • Shows methods for combining hand-drawn and computer Drawings. Perspective Drawings. Rendering Tonal Values.
Appendix B: Perspective: One Point Magic Method. Appendix B: generated drawing techniques Rendering Context. Architectural Presentations. Freehand
Shadow Projection in Orthographic Views. Appendix C: Shadow Drawing. Index.
CONTENTS: PART I: COLOR DRAWING FOR COMMUNICATION.
Projection in Perspective Views. Bibliography. Glossary. Index.
Initial. Media and Pager. Technique. Elements, Materials, and
Finishes. Scale Elements: Figures and Automobiles. PART
II: COLOR DRAWING FOR PRESENTATION. Color and
Composition in Illustration. Approaches to Creating Color Design
Drawings. Digital Color Drawing.

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Drawing The Measure of Man and Woman


A Creative Process Human Factors in Design
Francis D.K. Ching
Design Drawing Revised Edition
0-471-28968-X • 978-0-471-28968-5 • 208 pp. • Paper • 1989
Francis D.K. Ching with Steven P. Juroszek Henry Dreyfuss Associates
CONTENTS: Drawing: Process and Product. Line: The Essence
0-471-28654-0 • 978-0-471-28654-7 • 352 pp. • Paper w/CD • 1997 of Drawing. Shape: The Definition of Form. Depth: The Art of 0-471-09955-4 • 978-0-471-09955-0 • 104 pp. • Cloth • 2001
CONTENTS: DRAWING FROM OBSERVATION. Line and Shape. Illusion. Envisioning: Drawing from Imagination. Speculation: CONTENTS: Anthropometry. The Elderly. Seating. Residential Space
Tone and Texture. Form and Structure. Space and Depth. Drawing and Creativity. Bibliography. Considerations. Maintenance Access. Safety at Work and at Home.
DRAWING SYSTEMS. Pictorial Systems. Multiview Drawings. Vehicular Accommodation. Displays. Manual Controls. The
Paraline Drawings. Perspective Drawings. DRAWING FROM THE Environment. Appendices. The Architect’s Guide to the
IMAGINATION. Speculative Drawing. Diagramming. Drawing
Composition. Presentation Drawing. Index. Preface to CD-ROM.
U.S. National CAD Standard
Dennis J. Hall and Charles Rick Green
0-471-70378-8 • 978-0-471-70378-5 • 264 pp. • Cloth • 2006
The National CAD Standard (NCS) coordinates the efforts
of the building design and construction industry by
classifying electronic building design data consistently,
allowing streamlined communication among owners and
design and construction project teams. The Architect’s
Guide to the U.S. National CAD Standard presents an
informative overview of the NCS, shows architects how
to minimize immediate costs and downtime, how to reap
immediate benefits, and how best to learn the system at an
individualized pace. Used side by side with the Standard,
this authoritative guide offers helpful insight into how
Visual Notes for Architects and Designers the NCS is likely to be interpreted and presents a variety
Envisioning Architecture of available options for meeting the standardization
Norman Crowe and Paul Laseau requirements.
An Analysis of Drawing
0-471-28959-0 • 978-0-471-28959-3 • 224 pp. • Paper • 1986 Key features of this invaluable resource include:
A Visual Dictionary of Architecture CONTENTS: A Guide to Note-Taking. A Journal. A Collection
Iain Fraser and Rod Henmi
Francis D.K. Ching of Visual Notes. Tools and Techniques. Conclusion. Epilogue, 0-471-28479-3 • 978-0-471-28479-6 • 208 pp. • Paper • 1993
• A comprehensive guide that covers every aspect of U.S.
Thomas H. Beeby. Footnotes. Photo Credits. Bibliography. Index. National CAD Standard
0-471-28821-7 • 978-0-471-28821-3 • 320 pp. • Paper • 1996 CONTENTS: The Lessons of Drawings for Le Corbusier. DRAWING
TYPES. Orthographic Drawings. Axonometric Drawings. • A step-by-step approach to seamlessly implement
PARTIAL CONTENTS: Arch. Beam. Column. Door. Electricity. Perspective Drawings. APPLICATIONS OF DRAWING. Referential guidelines in small and large firms
Fastening. Geometry. Hardware. Joinery. Light. Masonry. Drawings. Diagrams. Design Drawings. Presentation Drawings.
Ornament. Paint. Reinforced Concrete. Shell. Temple. Vault. Wall. • An approach that allows architects to learn at their own
Visionary Drawings. Representation. Endnotes.
pace
• Clear and succinct explanations of concepts and options
in the NCS standardized drawings for any size firm
Plan Graphics
• Successful strategies design firms can use to best take
Fifth Edition advantage of the NCS requirements
David A. Davis and Theodore D. Walker • Helpful answers to frequently asked questions
0-471-29221-4 • 978-0-471-29221-0 • 224 pp. • Paper • 1999 CONTENTS: Drawing Set Organization. Sheet Organization.
Schedules. Drafting Conventions. Terms and Abbreviations.
Symbols. Notations. Code Conventions. AIA CAD Layer
Guidelines. Tri-Service Plotting Guidelines. Implementation of the
NCS. Bibliography. Glossary. Appendices.

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Drawing Shortcuts
A Step-by-Step Guide
Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s
Mike W. Lin
Design Fundamentals for the Digital Age Technology
Linda Holtzschue and Edward Noriega Jim Leggitt 0-471-28390-8 • 978-0-471-28390-4 • 208 pp. • Cloth • 1993 Designing with Models
CONTENTS: Loose vs. Tight. Principles of Good Graphics. Rendering
0-471-28786-5 • 978-0-471-28786-5 • 224 pp. • Paper • 1997 0-471-07549-3 • 978-0-471-07549-3 • 208 pp. • Cloth • 2002 Techniques. Rendering Types. Lettering. Entourage. Perspective
A Studio Guide to Making and Using Architectural
CONTENTS: Art and Design. Digital Design. Eye and Mind. Point, CONTENTS: The Rules Have Changed. Basic Drawing Types. Start Drawing. How to Sketch. Design Process. Appendices. References. Design Models
Line, and Plane. Structure and Surface. Working in Space. Color. Your Drawing. Learning Your CCC’s. Tools of the Trade. The Credits. Index.
The Written Image. Workbook. Glossary. Bibliography. Index. Success of Color. Your Completed Drawing. Drawing Resources.
Second Edition
Design Credits. Index. Criss B. Mills
0-471-64837-X • 978-0-471-64837-6 • 256 pp. • Paper • 2005
Designing with Models, Second Edition is the revised,
step-by-step guide to basic and advanced design process
modeling. This comprehensive text explains the process
from start to finish, and has been expanded to include up-
to-date information on digital modeling programs and rapid
prototyping processes. The impact of this new wave of
3D modeling technology is examined through interviews
and numerous examples from renowned architects. Along
with many new student projects, this new Second Edition
features information on cutting-edge digital imaging
equipment and design software, as well as examples of
urban and industrial design models. Architect Criss Mills
Marker Magic acquaints architecture and design professionals with
Graphic Thinking for Architects & Designers The Rendering Problem Solver for Designers
essential modeling terms, design processes, equipment,

Third Edition
Architectural Working Drawings materials, and construction methods.
Richard M. McGarry and Greg Madsen Then, with the help of more than 800 high-quality
Paul Laseau Fourth Edition photographs and fully illustrated in-depth case studies, he
0-471-28434-3 • 978-0-471-28434-5 • 160 pp. • Cloth • 1992
Ralph W. Liebing walks readers through the basics of:
0-471-35292-6 • 978-0-471-35292-1 • 256 pp. • Paper • 2000 CONTENTS: Marker Rendering Basics. Illustrating Architectural and
CONTENTS: Basic Skills. Drawing. Conventions. Abstraction. 0-471-34876-7 • 978-0-471-34876-4 • 704 pp. • Cloth • 1999 Interior Elements. Creating Dynamic Personal Style. Resources and • Material and tool selection
Expression. Applied Skills. Analysis. Exploration. Discovery. PARTIAL CONTENTS: The Production of Working Drawings. The Index. • Construction techniques
Verification. Communication. Process. Individual Design. Team Coordination of Working Drawings and Specifications. Working
Design. Public Design. Conclusion. Drawings. Other Construction Drawings. Site Improvement Plans.
• Determining scale
Floor, Foundation, Framing, and Roof Plans. Exterior and Interior • Generating ideas
Elevations. Building Section and Sections Elevations. Detailing.
• Exploring design processes and alternatives
Composite Drafting. Production Formats. Index.
• Modifying design work directly on the model
• Developing design work with increasing levels of
information and detail
CONTENTS: Start: Equipment, Materials, and Model Types. Connect:
Basic Techniques for Assembling Model Components. Explore: A
Skeletal Framework for Conceiving and Using Models. Apply: Step-
by-Step Case Studies of Concepts and Techniques. Case Studies.
Advance: Creating Curvilinear Forms and Special Techniques.
Build: Implementing Model Exploration as Built Work. Interface:
Combining Digital and Physical Information. Expand: Topics for
Continuing Exploration. Resources. Index.

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Basic Perspective Drawing Residential and Commercial Buildings
William P. Spence
A Visual Guide
0-471-57488-0 • 978-0-471-57488-0 • 536 pp. • Cloth • 1992
Fourth Edition
CONTENTS: Drafting Tools and Materials. Technical Sketching.
John Montague Drafting Techniques. Computer Graphics Workstations. Using the
Architectural Graphic Standards Digital Design and Manufacturing Computer for Architectural Design and Drafting. Architectural
0-471-47274-3 • 978-0-471-47274-2 • 288 pp. • Paper • 2004
Drafting Standards. Reproduction of Drawings. The Preliminary
Basic Perspective Drawing, Fourth Edition continues a long
Student Edition CAD/CAM Applications in Architecture and Design Design Process. Contract Documents. Foundations and Footings.
tradition as an accessible, visual guide to help students and An Abridgment of the Ninth Edition Daniel Schodek, Martin Bechthold, Kimo Griggs, Kenneth Kao, Floor, Wall, and Roof Construction for Light Construction. Floor,
professional artists, illustrators, designers, and architects and Marco Steinberg Wall, and Roof Construction for Commercial Buildings. The Title
gain a firm and thorough grasp of the important principles Bruce Bassler, Student Edition Editor Sheet and Site Plan. Floor Plans. Foundation Plans. Architectural
and techniques of perspective drawing. It is invaluable for Edited by John Ray Hoke Jr., Editor in Chief 0-471-45636-5 • 978-0-471-45636-0 • 384 pp. • Cloth • 2004 Sections. Architectural Details. Elevations. Roof Plans and Framing
Plans. Schedules. Electrical Plans. Heating and Air-Conditioning
gaining a lifelong foundation for understanding the optical 0-471-34817-1 • 978-0-471-34817-7 • 568 pp. • Paper • 2000 Digital Design and Manufacturing explains the ins and Systems. Plumbing Plans. Pictorial Drawing.
world and how it works. Logically moving from simple outs of CAD/CAM technologies and how these tools can
concepts to specific tools and methods, it uses accessible This new Student Edition, carefully abridged from the be used to model and manufacture building components
illustrations to show step by step how to construct Ninth Edition of Architectural Graphic Standards, features and industrial design products. It offers a comprehensive
perspective views, with graphic examples covering every an extensive glossary of construction terms, in addition overview of the field and expertly addresses a broad range
key part of the process. This clear, accessible, and updated to the richly detailed graphics and text that have made of recent initiatives and other issues related to the design
introduction to the principles and techniques of perspective Architectural Graphic Standards a classic. Organized of parts and assemblies for automated manufacturing and
drawing features: according to the Construction Specification Institute’s assembly. It covers the latest information in a broad range
MasterFormat™ system, Architectural Graphic Standards of software, computer numerical control (CNC) machines,
• New material on aerial perspective covers building standards and practices, construction manufacturing processes, and prototyping necessary.
• Updated examples of completed perspective drawings materials and systems, and architectural details and
specifications for most building types. The book provides Digital Design and Manufacturing presents:
• The latest information on creating digital perspective guidelines that can help students save time and avoid
drawings • A reliable, concise guide to computer-aided design and
common pitfalls right from the start of their careers. More
manufacturing
• Instructional and linear illustrations that enable readers than 5,000 illustrations and a rich index offer immediate
to shade sections, highlight lines, and use colored pencils access to virtually any architectural element. • Insightful case studies from Frank Gehry, Bernard
right in the book Franken, Albert Kahn, Raphael Vinoly, and many others
• Covers building standards and practices, materials and
systems, and details and specifications for every basic type • Techniques for going from representation to production
CONTENTS: Rendering Perspective Views from Observed Reality.
Plans, Elevations, and Paraline Projections. Constructing of project • Tips for avoiding the pitfalls of traditional manufacturing
The Professional Practice of Architectural
Perspective Views. Geometric Tools: Diagonals, Squares, and
• Provides important guidelines for major design topics that CONTENTS: Part I: Characteristics of Computer Aided Design
Working Drawings
Cubes. Sloping Planes and Surfaces. Circles and Curved Surfaces.
Shadows and Reflections. Freehand Sketching and Rapid can help students save time and avoid common pitfalls and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) Systems. An Evolutionary Third Edition
Visualization. The Figure in Perspective. Shading and Rendering. right from the start of their career Perspective. Part II: Transitions: Digital Design for Fabrication.
Perspective Drawing and the Computer. Aerial Perspective. The Challenge of Complex Geometries. Architectural Elements Osamu A. Wakita and Richard M. Linde
• Presents data graphically in plan/section/elevation, and Components. Building Systems. Construction Phases.
Perspective Drawing and the Computer. Examples of Perspective 0-471-39540-4 • 978-0-471-39540-9 • 736 pp. • Cloth • 2002
projected and perspective views Part III: Introduction to Product Design. Industrial Design and
Views. Appendix. Index.
CONTENTS: General Planning and Design Data. Sitework. Concrete. Architecture. Part IV: Fundamentals of Digital Modeling. Design CONTENTS: The Office. Basic Drafting Requirements/Techniques.
Masonry. Metals. Wood and Plastics. Thermal and Moisture Development Environments. Digital Design in Practice. Part V: Computer Aided Design Drawing. Foundation Plans. Floor Plans.
Protection. Doors and Windows. Finishes. Specialties. Equipment. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technologies. Fundamental Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents. Game
Furnishings. Special Construction. Conveying Systems. Manufacturing Processes. Prototyping and Production Strategies. Plan for a Selected Material. Site and Grading Plan. Foundation
Mechanical. Electrical. Sports and Game Facilities. Energy and Design for Production. Part VI: Product and Process Approaches. Plans. Floor Plans. Schedules: Door, Window, and Finish. Building
Environmental Design. Historic Preservation. Building Types and Impacts on Professional Practice. Appendix. Sections. Exterior Elevations. Conceptual Design and Construction
Space Planning. Appendix. Directory. Glossary. Index. Documents for: Wood Building–Mountain Cabin; Wood Building–
Beach House; Office Park; Steel and Masonry Building–Theatre.
Case Studies. Tenant Improvements.

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Plan and Section Drawing


Second Edition
The Professional Practice of Architectural Thomas C. Wang
Detailing 0-471-28608-7 • 978-0-471-28608-0 • 144 pp. • Paper • 1996

Third Edition CONTENTS: Presentation Graphics vs. Process Graphics. Design


Process. Analytical Drawings. Concept Drawings. Design
Osamu A. Wakita and Richard M. Linde Drawings. Line. Plan Graphics. Sections and Elevations. Section
Graphics. Computer Graphics.
0-471-18016-5 • 978-0-471-18016-6 • 512 pp. • Cloth • 1999
CONTENTS: Background to Detailing. Approach to Detailing.
Architectural Drawing The Architect’s Guide to the U.S. National
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Drafting (CAD). Lumber. Metals and Welding. Masonry and
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Fireplaces. Beam Connections. Design Detailing and Evolution The National CAD Standard (NCS) coordinates the efforts
0-471-05540-9 • 978-0-471-05540-2 • 672 pp. • Paper • 2002
of a Detail. Miscellaneous Details/Tenant Improvements. Metric of the building design and construction industry by
Measurements. Appendix. This Second Edition offers a truly breathtaking range of classifying electronic building design data consistently,
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techniques. Extensively revised and updated to address design and construction project teams. The Architect’s
developments in computer technology, it combines clear, Guide to the U.S. National CAD Standard presents an
step-by-step technical instruction with more than 900 informative overview of the NCS, shows architects how
illustrations. Featuring work from leading architects, this to minimize immediate costs and downtime, how to reap
one-of-a-kind visual reference is an outstanding source of immediate benefits, and how best to learn the system at an
guidance and inspiration for students and professionals at individualized pace. Used side by side with the Standard,
Principles of Two-Dimensional Design every level. this authoritative guide offers helpful insight into how
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Wucius Wong of available options for meeting the standardization
0-471-28960-4 • 978-0-471-28960-9 • 104 pp. • Paper • 1972 • Tool fundamentals requirements.
CONTENTS: Form. Repetition. Structure. Similarity. Gradation. • Lettering, typography, and line types Key features of this invaluable resource include:
Radiation. Anomaly. Contrast. Concentration. Texture. Space. • Representational sketching
Pencil Sketching • Orthographic and paraline drawing
• A comprehensive guide that covers every aspect of U.S.
National CAD Standard
Second Edition • Linear perspective drawing • A step-by-step approach to seamlessly implement
Thomas C. Wang • Perspective view development Light, shade, and shadow guidelines in small and large firms
0-471-39919-1 • 978-0-471-39919-3 • 128 pp. • Paper • 2001 • Delineating and rendering entourage • An approach that allows architects to learn at their own
• Diagramming and conceptual sketching pace
CONTENTS: Preface. Introduction. Materials and Equipment.
Techniques. Sketching. Composition. Sketching from Memory. • Drawing exercises • Clear and succinct explanations of concepts and options
Examples. Index. in the NCS standardized drawings for any size firm
• Presentation formats
• Successful strategies design firms can use to best take
• And more advantage of the NCS requirements
CONTENTS: Tool Fundamentals. Lettering, Typography, and Line
• Helpful answers to frequently asked questions
Types. Representational Sketching. Conventional Orthogonal
Terminology. Orthographic and Paraline Drawing. Linear CONTENTS: Drawing Set Organization. Sheet Organization.
Perspective Drawing. Perspective View Development. Light, Shade, Schedules. Drafting Conventions. Terms and Abbreviations.
and Shadow. Delineating and Rendering Entourage. Diagramming Symbols. Notations. Code Conventions. AIA CAD Layer
and Conceptual Sketching. Presentation Formats. Epilogue. Guidelines. Tri-Service Plotting Guidelines. Implementation of the
Drawing Exercises. Bibliography. About the Author. Subject Index. NCS. Bibliography. Glossary. Appendices.
Contributor Index.

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AutoCAD/Technology AutoCAD/Technology

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Building Design and Construction Building Design and Construction

New Edition! New! New! New!


Building Codes Illustrated Available Spring 2007 Available Spring 2007 Available Spring 2007
A Guide to Understanding the 2006 International Building Codes Illustrated for Healthcare Building Codes Illustrated for Elementary The Built Environment
Building Code® Facilities and Secondary Schools A Collaborative Inquiry Into Design and Planning
Second Edition Steven R Winkel, David N. Collins, and Steven P. Juroszek Steven R Winkel, David N. Collins, and Steven P. Juroszek Second Edition
Francis D.K. Ching and Steven R Winkel 0-470-04847-6 • 978-0-470-04847-4 • 400 pp. • Paper • May 2007 0-470-04848-4 • 978-0-470-04848-1 • 400 pp. • Paper • May 2007 Edited by Wendy R. McClure and Tom J. Bartuska
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0-470-00752-4 • 978-0-470-00752-5 • 400 pp. • Cloth • February 2007
graphic skills of Steven Juroszek, the editorial oversight graphic skills of Steven Juroszek, the editoral oversight
This Second Edition of Building Codes Illustrated of bestselling author Frank Ching, and the code expertise of bestselling author Frank Ching, and the code expertise Drawing from the expertise of prominent academics in their
highlights major changes between the updated International of Steven Winkel, FAIA, and David Collins, FAIA. The of Steven Winkel, FAIA, and David Collins, FAIA. The respective fields, this collaborative work takes a sweeping
Building Code® (IBC) for 2006 and previous model building series concentrates on specific codes issues that occur in series concentrates on specific codes issues that occur in view of the ways we build things, beginning at the scale of
codes in a visual format that designers both need and each building type and provides an easy-to-understand each building type and provides an easy-to-understand products and interiors, to that of regions and global systems.
understand. The visual presentation of information extracts interpretation in both words and illustrations. The interpretation in both words and illustrations. The In doing so, The Built Environment answers questions on
the core portions of the building code that are most relevant information in the book is specific to healthcare facilities information in the book is specific to elementary and how we affect and are affected by our environment. More
for professionals and hones building codes down to the and is based upon the 2006 International Building Code. secondary schools and is based upon the 2006 International importantly, it shows how the various components of what
essentials. Organized to correspond with related subject Building Code. is made by humans—from products, buildings, landscapes,
matter in the IBC, readers can quickly find clarifying An easy-to-use illustrated guide to building codes for and cities—are interrelated, and how designers and planners
information on the nonstructural provision of the IBC and healthcare facilities, Building Codes Illustrated for Building Codes Illustrated for Elementary and Secondary must consider these connections in their work.
gain a clear and complete understanding of those sections Healthcare Facilities features: Schools features:
at a glance through enlightening computer-rendered The Built Environment features:
• Informative illustrations that explain complex codes • Informative illustrations that explain complex codes
illustrations and succinct, thorough interpretations. • A comprehensive introduction to design and planning,
• Organization that follows the 2006 International • Organization that follows the 2006 International Building
This valuable guide features: emphasizing collaborative and environmental
Building Code Code
responsibility
• Illustrations that explain the code text • Steve Juroszek’s drawings that bring new life to code • Steve Juroszek’s drawings that bring new life to code
• Brings together in one volume the contributions of thirty
• Frank Ching’s drawings, which bring new life to code interpretation interpretation
designers and planners to form a holistic understanding of
interpretation • Frank Ching, who completed the illustrations for the • Frank Ching, who completed the illustrations for the virtually all aspects of the built environment
• Commentary written by a seasoned codes expert, Steven Building Codes Illustrated book Building Codes Illustrated book
CONTENTS: Part I: Introduction: Definition, Design and
Winkel, who serves as a codes expert for the AIA and • Commentary written by seasoned codes experts—Steven • Commentary written by seasoned codes experts—Steven Development of the Built Environment. Part II: Central Issues:
has been instrumental in gaining acceptance for the new Winkel and David Collins, who have been instrumental in Winkel and David Collins, who have been instrumental in Human-Environmental-Technical Dimensions of a Quality
unified building code gaining acceptance for the new unified building code gaining acceptance for the new unified building code Environment. Part III: Design & Planning Components. Industrial
& Product Design. Interior Design. Structures. Architecture,
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Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Planning. Cities. Urban Design & Planning. Regional Planning &
Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior Management. Earth. Global Policies, Planning & Management.
Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility. Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility. Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility. Part IV: Challenges: Designing/Planning a Quality & Sustainable
Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof Environment for All.
Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems. Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems. Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems.
Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index. Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index. Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index.

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Building Design and Construction Building Design and Construction

New Edition! New! New! Fundamentals of Residential Construction


Olin’s Construction Available Spring 2007 Available Summer 2007 Second Edition
Principles, Materials, and Methods High Performance Buildings Introduction to Construction Edward Allen and Rob Thallon
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• Covers all materials, doors and windows, glazed curtain goes beyond superficial picture books to provide practical Introduction to Construction is the essential survey
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Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC). Electrical. BUILDINGS. Case Studies. Erecting and Installing. Refinement and Enhancement. Finale
Communications. Electronic Safety and Security. Earthwork. and Substantial Completion. Trade Associations. Sample
Exterior Improvements. Utilities. Properties of Materials. The Administrative Documents.
Metric System of Measurement.

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Building Design and Construction Building Design and Construction

Fundamentals of Building Construction


Materials and Methods
Fourth Edition
Edward Allen and Joseph Iano
0-471-21903-7 • 978-0-471-21903-3 • 912 pp. • Cloth • 2003
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organized around a detailed treatment of the structural
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wood light frame, masonry, steel, light gauge steel, and
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• Detailed consideration throughout the book of issues of Steven Bliss
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• Dozens of new photorealistic drawings, photographs, and
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• Clear instructions for each exercise and Concrete Masonry Walls. Wood Frame Construction, Stucco, are changing the way we build
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Cotta, EIFS, Stone, and Brick: Are They Durable? Architect’s
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• Online Instructor’s Guide to the companion workbook Appendices.
provides solutions and commentary CONTENTS: Exterior Finishes. Roofing. Windows and Doors. Interior
Finish. Kitchen and Bath. Indoor Air Quality.

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Building Design and Construction Building Design and Construction

Construction Project Management Homes Within Reach


Fourth Edition A Guide to the Planning, Design, and Construction
Richard H. Clough, Glenn A. Sears, and S. Keoki Sears of Affordable Homes and Communities
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Bibliography. Index.
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• The latest advances in Geographic Information Systems
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Codes and Regulation. Natural Conditioning of Buildings. Management? How We Get the Work. The Construction Contract.
• Sustainable building construction strategies
• A new companion CD-ROM with more than 180 sample Structural Properties of Alternative Building Materials. SYSTEMS Project Stages. Estimating Project Costs. Contract Administration.
• ADA requirements contracts from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), AND MATERIALS. Adobe. Cob. Rammed Earth. Modular Construction Operations and Job. Project Planning and Scheduling.
the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), Contained Earth. Light Clay. Straw-Bale. Bamboo. Earthen Monitoring Project Performance. Managing Quality and Safety.
• Both metric and standard U.S. measurements Appendix Answers to Review Questions.
and the Engineers Joint Contract Documents Committee Finishes. APPLICATIONS. Integrated Systems with Rammed
CONTENTS: The Building Site. The Building. Foundation Systems. (EJCDC) Earth. Straw, Clay, and Carrizo. Light-Clay House Additions.
Floor Systems. Wall Systems. Roof Systems. Moisture and Thermal Variations on Earthbag. The Value of Indigenous Ways. Building
Protection. Doors and Windows. Special Construction. Finish CONTENTS: Preface. The Construction Industry. Business Technology Transfer. Epilogue: Finding the Soul of Natural
Work. Mechanical and Electrical Systems. Notes on Materials. Ownership. Company Organization. Drawings and Specifications. Building. Appendices. About the Contributors. Index.
Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Cost Estimating and Bidding. Construction Contracts. Contract
Surety Bonds. Construction Insurance. Business Methods. Project
Management and Administration. Project Time Management.
Project Cost Management. Labor Law. Labor Relations. Project
Safety. Appendices.

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Building Design and Construction Building Design and Construction

Smith, Currie & Hancock’s Common Sense


Construction Law Audel™ Complete Building Construction Facility Management
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Part III: Introduction to Product Design. Industrial Design and
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Architecture. Part IV: Fundamentals of Digital Modeling. Design
Building Process. Ecological Design. PART II: Green Building Systems. Mechanical. Electrical. Sports and Game Facilities. Energy and and Warranties. Division 1. General Requirements. Modifications.
Development Environments. Digital Design in Practice. Part V:
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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Technologies. Fundamental
Hydrologic Cycle. Closing Materials Loops. Indoor Environmental Space Planning. Appendix. Directory. Glossary. Index. Selection. Specifications Writing Procedures. Master Guide
Manufacturing Processes. Prototyping and Production Strategies.
Quality. PART III: Green Building Construction, Economics, and Future. Specifications. Computer-Assisted Specifications. Preliminary
Design for Production. Part VI: Product and Process Approaches.
The Construction Process. Building Commissioning. Economic Analysis Project Descriptions. Outline and Shortform Specifications.
Impacts on Professional Practice. Appendix.
of Green Building Projects. Future Directions. Appendices. Appendices. Index.

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Spanning Elements. Wood Columns. Nailed Connections for Wood
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Concrete. Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD). Reinforced Systems. Steel Columns. Framed Bents. Miscellaneous Steel Structures. Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. Concrete Columns
Concrete Flexural Members. Shear in Concrete Structures. Components and Systems. Horizontal-Span Steel Trusses. Steel and Frames. Footings. General Considerations for Building
Anchorage and Development of Reinforcement. Flat-Spanning Connections. General Considerations for Building Structures. Structures. Building One. Building Two. Building Three. Appendix.
Concrete Systems. Concrete Columns. Column and Beam Frames. Building Structures: Design Examples. Appendices. References. Answers to Exercise Problems. Index.
Concrete Walls. Foundations. Miscellaneous Concrete Structures.
General Considerations for Building Structures. Building
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Bridges. Steel Bridges. Appendices. Appendix. Loaded Members.

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Structures Environmental Controls

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BUILDINGS. Case Studies. Active HVAC Systems. Passive Methods. Lighting. Normal
Electrical Service. On-Site Power Generation. Special Systems.
Plumbing. Fire Protection. Architectural Acoustics. Building
Commissioning. Design Economics. Appendices. Index.

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Environmental Controls Environmental Controls

Sun, Wind & Light


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goals to guide new designers and students through the Passive Solar. Photovoltaics and Active Solar. Shading. Passive
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kitchens to doctors’ offices. Each scenario includes an in- Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings has
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Mechanical and Electrical Systems
Second Edition
Benjamin Stein
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Signage and Wayfinding • Professional Practice Professional Practice

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efficient and systematic manner. Environmental graphic This Second Edition of Building Codes Illustrated Endorsed by The American Institute of Architects,
design is the development of a systematic, visually cohesive highlights major changes between the updated International Integrated Practice in Architecture is the only Earthquake Risk
graphic communication system for a given site within the Building Code® (IBC) for 2006 and previous model building comprehensive book about integrated practice in Analysis and Mitigation
built environment. Increasingly recognized as a contributor codes in a visual format that designers both need and architecture, which is the collaborative design,
to well-being, safety and security in unfamiliar and high- understand. The visual presentation of information extracts construction, and life-cycle management of buildings. Charles Scawthorn
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reinforce the brand experience. for professionals and hones building codes down to the issues in integrated architectural practice, including
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Signage and Wayfinding Design: management, and implementation.
matter in the IBC, readers can quickly find clarifying
• Provides an in-depth view of the environmental design information on the nonstructural provision of the IBC and
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illustrations and succinct, thorough interpretations. J. K. Yates
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color images • Frank Ching’s drawings, which bring new life to code buildings Construction is an essential manual for navigating the
interpretation confusing world of engineering and construction in the
• Covers development of room/space numbering systems, CONTENTS: Part 1: WHY INTEGRATE? Introducing Integrated global arena and for working on multinational teams. From
approaches to sign typing and numbering, and message • Commentary written by a seasoned codes expert, Steven Practice. What Is Integrated Practice? Part 2: STRATEGIES AND
Winkel, who serves as a codes expert for the AIA and project management to finance, global construction to
schedule management METHODS OF INTEGRATED PRACTICE. Building the Integrated
has been instrumental in gaining acceptance for the new Project Team. Planning the Integrated Project. Communication
alliances, international standards to competitiveness, this
CONTENTS: The Design Process. Introduction to the Signage Design unified building code and Building Information Modeling. Managing Risk, Uncertainty, book contains country- and region-specific information on
Process. The Information Content System. The Graphic System. and Change. Part 3: PUTTING THE IDEAS TO WORK. Adopting cultural issues, legal systems, bid estimates, scheduling,
The Hardware System. Project Management. CONTENTS: Building Codes. Navigating the Code. Use and Integrated Practice. Beyond Fragmentation. Stewardship and the business practices, productivity improvement, and tips for
Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Future of Integrated Practice. successfully working on and managing global projects. This
Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior book also provides a useful glossary and numerous case
Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility.
studies illustrating practices in the real world.
Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof
Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems.
Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index.

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Architectural Programming
Information Management for Design
The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Donna P. Duerk Architectural Research Methods The Survival Guide to Architectural
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Turning Ideas into Reality. APPLICATIONS. The Scientific Standards of Research Quality. Literature Review. Theory in
Overview of the Process to Becoming an Architect. Finding the
CONTENTS: Introduction: The Architecture Profession. Method. Easy Research Methods for Designers. Advanced Relation to Method. Design in Relation to Research. SEVEN
Right Firm for You. The Job Search. Intern Development Program.
Understanding Clients. Clients and Change. How Clients Choose Research Methods for Designers. Environment and Behavior RESEARCH STRATEGIES. Interpretive-Historical Research.
Architect Registration Exam. Professional Practice. Professional
Architects. Working with Clients. Firm Planning. Marketing and Issues. Information Management. Formats: Structuring a Program Qualitative Research. Correlational Research. Experimental and
Development. How Do Others Get Through This? Mentorship.
Outreach. Financial Operations. Human Resources. Delivery Document. Case Studies: Program Examples. Evaluation. Quasi-Experimental Research. Simulation and Modeling Research.
Choosing the Non-Traditional Path. Working Abroad. Starting Your
Methods and Compensation. Contracts and Agreements. Risk Appendices. Logical Argumentation. Case Studies and Combined Strategies.
Own Firm. Conclusion. Bibliography. Articles. Books.
Management. Technology and Information Systems. Project Epilogue. Personal Names Index. Subject Index.
Management. Regulation. Services. Planning—Predesign Services.
Design—Construction Services. Operation—Maintenance Services.
Appendices.

Problem Seeking
An Architectural Programming Primer
Designing Public Consensus The Site Calculations Pocket Reference Fourth Edition
The Civic Theater of Community Participation for Second Edition William M. Peña and Steven A. Parshall
Architects, Landscape Architects, Planners, and
Programming for Design Urban Designers
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CONTENTS: The Primer. The Search. Programmers and Designers.
From Theory to Practice Barbara Faga
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Analysis and Synthesis. The Separation. The Interface. Five Steps.
Edith Cherry This handy pocket reference puts all the construction Procedure. The Whole Problem. Four Considerations. Framework.
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CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. A Boston PARTIAL CONTENTS: Earthworks and Materials. Drainage. Irrigation,
CONTENTS: PREPARING FOR PROGRAMMING. Think About Education. Ground Zero. Planning in Public. Designing Consensus. User on Team. Ways of Thinking. Effective Group Action. Team.
Water Supply, and Materials. Concrete, Retaining Walls, Streets, Participatory Process. Background Information. Decision Making.
Thinking. Clients. THE ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMMING Leading by Collaboration. Opposition. The Future of Public and Weir Structures. Grassing, Landscaping, Fertilization, and
PROJECT. Researching the Project Background. Identifying Goals Participation. Appendices. Notes. Communication. Establish Goals. Collect and Analyze Facts.
Ground Covers. Sports Fields. General Information. Formulas Uncover and Test Concepts. Determine Needs. Cost Estimate
and Objectives. Gathering and Analyzing Information. Identifying for Areas and Volumes of Various Geometric Figures. Map and
Programmatic Strategies. Establishing Quantitative Requirements. Analysis. State the Problem. Programming Principles. APPENDIX.
Surveyor Information. Sanitary Sewers. Worldwide Weather Introduction. Terms. Programming Procedures. Programming
The Synthesis of the Design Problem. Documentation. A Synthesis Conditions.
of the Architectural Programming Task. Appendices. Bibliography. Activities. Useful Techniques. Index.

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Interior Design
A Survey
Corky Binggeli, ASID
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From the history of interior design to professional
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Professional Practice 101 Becoming an Architect • Analysis of built spaces
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Andrew Pressman, FAIA Becoming An Architect answers these key questions: What Interior Design: A Survey is a lavishly illustrated introduction to
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0-471-68366-3 • 978-0-471-68366-7 • 408 pp. • Paper • 2006
for architects? What does an architectural internship aspects of the profession at the reader’s fingertips. It features:
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Salvadori, Gene Kohn, and other well-known architects and What is the future of the architectural profession? Here • Thorough coverage on the way interior designers work today
designers, Professional Practice 101, Second Edition sheds is the completely up-to-date guide to today’s careers in • Preparation for professional success
fresh light on the many issues involved in the operation of architecture—a clear and concise survey of the architecture
an architectural practice—from how a firm is structured to field and advice for navigating a successful career. Using the • An integration of sustainable design, universal access, and health and safety
how it manages projects and secures new business. Case three Es of becoming an architect: education, experience, • Information on building systems and construction methods targeted to the needs of interior designers
studies, new to the Second Edition, augment each chapter. and exams, the book provides readers with a detailed
This practical guide features a wealth of material on: • Up-to-date and thorough information on materials, furniture and furnishings, and their use in design
outline of graduating with an accredited professional degree
in architecture, the experience or internship component, • A clear, easy-to-read writing style that makes understanding easy for everyone, including those who speak English as a
• Project management
and the Architect Registration Examination (ARE). In second language
• Time management addition, an introduction helps the reader answer the • An Instructor’s Manual and companion Web site
• Group dynamics and teamwork fundamental question of whether or not they really want
to be an architect. Filled with interviews and advice from CONTENTS: PART I: THE PRACTICE OF INTERIOR DESIGN. Interior Design as a Career. How Interior Designers Work. The Roots of
• Project delivery leading architects, it also provides career profiles scattered Interior Design. Greece, Rome, and Byzantium. Medieval Europe. Islamic, Iberian,d African Design. The Renaissance. European Style,
• Communication and leadership skills throughout the text that offer excellent example material Baroque through Regency. Asian and Oceanic Design. The Americas. Industry and Revivals. The Modern Movement and Beyond. PART
for anyone who wants to get into the field. II: THE PROCESS OF DESIGN. The Elements and Principles of Design. Color. Defining the Design Problem and Establishing Goals.
• Design and information technology
Developing Design Concepts and Schematic Design. Finalizing the Design. PART III: DESIGNING INTERIOR SPACES. Communicating
• Marketing Key features include: the Design. Designing for Human Health and Safety. Residential Spaces. Commercial, Cultural, and Institutional Spaces. Environmentally
• Description of the typical architect’s duties, tasks, and Healthy Design and Historic Interiors. PART IV: THE BUILDING. Building Construction. Building Components. Building Environmental
• Legal and licensing issues Systems. Plumbing, Electrical, Communications, and Fire Safety Systems. Lighting. PART V: INTERIOR FINISHES. Finish Selection and
career arc
• Financial management Specification. Finish Flooring. Wall Finishes. Ceiling Finishes. PART VI: FURNISHINGS AND FINISHES. Selecting Furnishings. Textiles.
• A section focused entirely on architectural education Furniture. The Finishing Touches.
• Risk management and professional liability insurance
• Career profiles throughout the text, highlighting many
• Client and contractor relations possible career paths
CONTENTS: Practice, Practice, Practice. Do the Right Thing. The • An appendix featuring relevant information on
Firm: Commodity and Delight. Project Management. Making a
associations and organizations related to the profession
(Financial) Statement. To Market, To Market. Laws and Order.
Risky Business. New Modes of Service and Project Delivery. CONTENTS: The Definition of an Architect. The Education of an
Nontraditional Practice. Social Responsibilities. Architect. The Experience of an Architect. The Careers of an
Architect. Appendix—The Resources of an Architect.

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Kitchen & Bath Design supplies all the practical Textiles are the most important material that an interior
environmentally responsible design into their practice. Commercial Interiors provides an engaging introduction
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• Visual examples of sustainable projects and applications Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System (LEED), maintenance. interior design.
Sustainable Commercial Interiors sorts the design process
• Critical thinking about environmental issues within Internationally renowned designer Heriberto Brito provides A comprehensive guide to using fabrics in interior design,
into five categories: sustainable sites, water efficiency,
homes a current and accessible approach, using a wealth of three- Interior Design Textiles features:
energy issues, materials, and indoor environmental quality.
• Guidelines for clients and project teams dimensional drawings and corresponding photographs to
Chapters explore: • Thorough coverage of fabric testing and maintenance for
clearly explain how to design beautiful, useful rooms. The
• Helpful checklists for greening projects and specifications • In-depth information about interior finishes and book and features: contract and residential considerations
• In-depth information to promote understanding and assist furnishings • Both technical information and aesthetic applications for
• A narrative history and visual timelines of kitchen and
in specifying interior finishes and furnishings • Best contemporary examples of sustainable commercial real-world know-how
bathroom design
• Questions for manufacturers and vendors interior design projects, including photos and drawings of • Special consideration of “sustainable” design and codes
• Coverage of the ergonomic factors required for successful
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Projects. Greening Specifications. Understanding Materials: Careers. Sustainable Interior Textiles. Natural and Manufactured
• Indoor environmental quality, including acoustics, Cabinetry. Appliances and Fixtures. Lighting. Ventilation. Finishes.
Concrete. Masonry. Metals. Wood and Composites. Openings Fibers. Yarns and Fabric Construction. Fabric Conversion: Coloring
(Doors and Windows). Finishes. Specialties. Equipment (Appliances
thermal comfort, daylighting, and views Life/Safety Considerations. Applicable Codes. Estimating.
and Finishing. Part II: Textile Applications. Textile Specifications,
Scheduling. Punch-List and Evaluation. Appendix.
and Office Equipment). Mechanical (Plumbing). Electrical. • Green design tools, including standards, certification Testing, and Labeling. Textile Aesthetics. Upholstered Furniture
Furnishings. Adopting a New Vision: Green Business Development. programs, and specifications and Slipcovers. Textile Wallcoverings. Window Treatments. Linens
Sustaining Life—Walk the Talk. and Accessories. Broadloom Carpeting. Hand- and Machine-
CONTENTS: Sustainable Design: Past, Present, And Future. Global Made Area Rugs. Part III: Period Styles. Oriental Styles. Formal
Issues—An Overview. Sites, Water, and Energy. The Materials Traditional Styles. Medieval, Colonial, and Country Styles.
Maze. The Indoor Environment. The Tools of Our Trade. The Regional and Thematic Styles. Modern Styles.
Business Case for Green Design. Substance & Style. Resources.

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New Edition!
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Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for
Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior A Guide to Planning Spaces
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Human Factors and Ergonomics for Design Sustainable Interior Design teaches the fundamental skills needed to plan interior
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the most recent understanding of the principles needed
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• New tools and processes for developing and ergonomics, anthropometrics, biomechanics, wayfinding, It helps designers understand the environmentally photographs and drawings, this valuable tool is brimming
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• Codes
• Full-color illustrations throughout into a single source, this practical book gives special Sustainable Interior Design features:
emphasis to human factors as it relates to universal design, • Mechanical and electrical system considerations
• A complete body of illustrated instruction that • The hottest and most urgent issue in interior design
demonstrates the development of design ides from initial programming, product design, and environmental/health • Detailed information on accessibility
issues. education
concept through presentation drawing • A variety of additional factors that impact each type of
Human Factors and Ergonomics for Design features: • Comprehensive coverage of all aspects of green/
• Computer techniques with emphasis on the use of room and its corresponding space
sustainable design, including indoor environmental
Photoshop • The most up-to-date introduction to the subject for quality, energy and water issues, and the evaluation and CONTENTS: Introduction. Visual Thinking and Design Graphics.
CONTENTS: PART I: COLOR DRAWING FOR COMMUNICATION. interior designers, architects, and product designers specification of interior finishes and furnishings Bedrooms. Bathrooms. Kitchens. Leisure Spaces. Utility Spaces.
Initial. Media and Pager. Technique. Elements, Materials, and Circulation Spaces.
• Considerations of the computer-age workplace, • Case studies of real-world successes in the
Finishes. Scale Elements: Figures and Automobiles. PART
environmental/sustainability issues, and ergonomics tools environmentally responsible design of interiors
II: COLOR DRAWING FOR PRESENTATION. Color and
Composition in Illustration. Approaches to Creating Color Design • A wealth of illustrations throughout with anthropometric CONTENTS: PART I: Environmentally Responsible Interior Design
Drawings. Digital Color Drawing. data, plans, drawings, and selected case studies of (ERID). Global Sustainability: The Big Picture. What is ERID?
successful spaces Why is ERID important? Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ).
Energy and Water Issues. PART II: Evaluation of Interior Finishes
• Useful materials to study for the NCIDQ licensing exam and Furnishings. Evaluation Instruments. Certification Programs.
CONTENTS: Ergonomics and the Design Process. People as US Green Building Council (USGBC). ERID Specifications.
Information Processors. Ergonomics and Information Design. Specification of ER Products PART III: Case Studies. Part IV
Ergonomics and Physical Design. Ergonomics and Space Design. Resources.
Ergonomics and Product Design. Ergonomics and Environmental
Design. Designing Healthful Indoor Environments. Appendix:
Ergonomics Tools.

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Available Spring 2007 Building Codes Illustrated Available Spring 2007 Available Spring 2007
Designing Commercial Interiors A Guide to Understanding the 2006 International Building Codes Illustrated for Healthcare Building Codes Illustrated for Elementary
Second Edition Building Code® Facilities and Secondary Schools
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Building Code® (IBC) for 2006 and previous model building specific codes issues that occur in each building type and series concentrates on specific codes issues that occur in
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• Informative illustrations that explain complex codes • Informative illustrations that explain complex codes
The guide includes: illustrations and succinct, thorough interpretations.
• Organization that follows the 2006 IBC • Organization that follows the 2006 IBC
• Critical planning and design concepts This valuable guide features:
• Steve Juroszek’s drawings that bring new life to code • Steve Juroszek’s drawings that bring new life to code
• Detailed information on adaptive re-use and sustainability • Illustrations that explain the code text interpretation interpretation
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interpretation Building Codes Illustrated book Building Codes Illustrated book
• Information on licensing, codes, and regulations
• Commentary written by a seasoned codes expert, Steven • Commentary written by seasoned codes experts—Steven • Commentary written by seasoned codes experts—Steven
• More than 150 photographs and illustrations
Winkel, who serves as a codes expert for the AIA and Winkel and David Collins, who have been instrumental in Winkel and David Collins, who have been instrumental in
CONTENTS: Introduction. The Office. Office Interior Design has been instrumental in gaining acceptance for the new gaining acceptance for the new unified building code gaining acceptance for the new unified building code
Elements. Lodging Facilities. Food and Beverage Facilities. unified building code
Retail Facilities. Health Care Facilities. Senior Living Facilities. CONTENTS: Building Codes. Navigating the Code. Use and CONTENTS: Building Codes. Navigating the Code. Use and
Institutional Facilities. Cultural and Recreational Facilities. CONTENTS: Building Codes. Navigating the Code. Use and Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and
Restoration and Adaptive Use. Project Management. Glossary. Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior
Appendix A General References. Appendix B Trade Associations. Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility. Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility.
Index. Finishes. Fire-Protection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility. Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof
Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems. Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems.
Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Building Materials and Systems. Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index. Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index.
Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index.

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Successful Restaurant Design


New!
Second Edition
Available Summer 2007
Regina S. Baraban and Joseph F. Durocher
CAD for Interiors 0-471-35935-1 • 978-0-471-35935-7 • 320 pp. • Cloth • 2001
Basics
CONTENTS: Where Design Begins. Integrative Design. The
Tod E. Stephens Psychology of Design. Design Implementation: Front to Back, History of Interior Design and Furniture Interior Design Illustrated
Through the Customer’s Eyes. Design Implementation: Back to
0-471-79367-1 • 978-0-471-79367-0 • 220 pp. • Paper • July 2007 Front, Through Management’s Eyes. Mini-Case Solutions. Speak From Ancient Egypt to Nineteenth-Century Europe Second Edition
CAD for Interiors: Basics is a practical guide to getting started Out on Design. Design for the New Decade. Conclusion. Francis D.K. Ching and Corky Binggeli
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in AutoCAD® for interior designers. Taking a hands-on
approach, it provides a logical and effective process for drawing Robbie G. Blakemore 0-471-47376-6 • 978-0-471-47376-3 • 336 pp. • Paper • 2004
a detailed building floor plan. Beginning with instructions 0-471-46433-3 • 978-0-471-46433-4 • 448 pp. • Cloth • 2005 A functional and beautifully illustrated work, Interior
on how to create project templates, this visual guide walks Design Illustrated offers a thorough introduction to
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presentations. A complimentary DVD presents thirty-six presents a comprehensive survey of the major historical of interior spaces and the details of furnishing and interior
narrated videos of detailed AutoCAD® commands and twelve periods of interior architectural and decorative styles. This finishes. Beginning designers will find this Second Edition
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• A step-by-step approach to creating professional results that define its spaces. It examines furniture and design from information and ploughs fertile ground for creative ideas
without extraneous “tech talk” the broader social, political, economic, and technological and inspiration. This invaluable book provides new and
• Audio-visual training videos that can be used in perspectives exclusive to each historical period. updated information on finishes, furnishings and textiles,
DVD-ROM drives or DVD video players lighting, sustainability, and acoustics, as well as:
History of Interior Design and Furniture, Second Edition
• Projects and exercises at the end of each chapter that
allow readers to apply covered material
Building Systems for Interior Designers features: • The structuring and formation of interior space in three
• The basics of Architectural Desktop® and 3-D drawing Corky Binggeli • A survey of the ever-changing panorama of Greek, Roman, dimensions
CONTENTS: Using Templates. Drawing Walls. Doors and Windows. Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and nineteenth-century • How functional needs can be translated into design
0-471-41733-5 • 978-0-471-41733-0 • 464 pp. • Cloth • 2002
Assigning Objects to Layers. Text. Using Blocks. Adding Some design decisions
Instructor’s Manual: 0-471-23336-6 • 978-0-471-23336-7
Detail. Dimensions. Plotting. • More than 450 elegant photographs and informative • The basic elements and principles of visual design as they
CONTENTS: Color Drawing for Communication. Initial illustrations, many in full color
Considerations. Media and Paper. Technique. Elements, are applied to interior design
New Edition! Materials, and Finishes. Scale Elements. COLOR DRAWING • Stunning three-dimensional plans that convey the spatial • The functional, aesthetic, and expressive roles design
FOR PRESENTATION. Color and Composition in Illustration. relationships that are essential to understanding the elements can play in the development of three-
Pocket Guide to the ADA Approaches to Creating Color Design Drawings. Presentation and history of interior architecture dimensional space
Distribution of Color Design Drawings. Glossary. Bibliography.
Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Index. CONTENTS: Egypt, c. 3200-341 B.C. Greece, 500–30 B.C. Rome, 509 • The systems necessary for environmental health, safety,
Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities B.C.–A.D. 476. Middle Ages, 1150–1550. Italian Renaissance, 1460– comfort, and convenience that must be integrated into a
1600. French Renaissance, 1450–1600. Italian Baroque, 1600–1700.
Third Edition French Baroque, 1600–1715. French Rococo, 1700–1760. Early
buildings structure and the design of its interior space
Evan Terry Associates Georgian, England, 1715–1760. Early French Neoclassic, 1760– CONTENTS: Interior Space. Interior Design. A Design Vocabulary.
1789. Early English Neoclassic, 1770–1810. Late French Neoclassic, Interior Building Elements. Interior Environmental Systems.
0-470-10870-3 • 978-0-471-10870-? • 144 pp. • Paper • September 2006 1789–1820. Late English Neoclassic, 1810–1830. Nineteenth- Lighting and Acoustics. Finish Materials. Furnishings.
Century French Revival Styles, 1815–1870. Nineteenth-Century
English Revival Styles, 1830–1901. Selected Bibliography. Index.

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Architectural Graphics Design Drawing


Fourth Edition Francis D.K. Ching
Francis D.K. Ching 0-471-28654-0 • 978-0-471-28654-7 • 352 pp. • Paper • 1997

0-471-20906-6 • 978-0-471-20906-5 • 224 pp. • Paper • 2002 CONTENTS: DRAWING FROM OBSERVATION. Line and Shape.
Tone and Texture. Form and Structure. Space and Depth.
CONTENTS: Drawing Tools and Materials. Architectural Drafting. DRAWING SYSTEMS. Pictorial Systems. Multiview Drawings.
Architectural Drawing Systems. Multiview Drawings. Paraline Paraline Drawings. Perspective Drawings. DRAWING FROM THE Interior Lighting for Designers The Codes Guidebook for Interiors
Drawings. Perspective Drawings. Rendering Tonal Values. IMAGINATION. Speculative Drawing. Diagramming. Drawing
Rendering Context. Architectural Presentations. Freehand Composition. Presentation Drawing. Index. Preface to CD-ROM.
Fourth Edition Third Edition
Drawing. Index. Gary Gordon Sharon Koomen Harmon and Katherine E. Kennon
0-471-44118-X • 978-0-471-44118-2 • 304 pp. • Cloth • 2003 0-471-64864-7 • 978-0-471-64864-2 • 480 pp. • Cloth • 2005
Instructor’s Manual: 0-471-23337-4 • 978-0-471-23337-4 Study Guide: 0-471-65089-7 • 978-0-471-65089-8
Written by one of the world’s masters of architectural Student Discounted Package: Main text + Study Guide:
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the lighting design process that a professional follows in to interiors, this acclaimed resource features jargon-free
practice. Working from the premise that lighting design explanations of all the major codes, standards, and federal
is a rational process, author Gary Gordon provides a solid regulations pertaining to the construction, alteration, and
conceptual foundation based on the conviction that the maintenance of commercial and residential interiors of all
lighting condition of interiors has enormous emotional sizes. Dozens of examples and a greatly enhanced set of
impact on people. With an emphasis on designing light, illustrations, including sample floor plans, clearly show
The Measure of Man & Woman tools, and techniques for every phase of his process are how codes apply to actual interior projects.
presented as a means to achieve the design. Readers will
Human Factors in Design learn the importance of how objects and surfaces receive The Third Edition of this popular text provides:
Revised Edition light—Gary Gordon’s guiding principle—and develop the • In-depth coverage of the newest ICC codes, including the
skills to design comfortable environments that encourage International Building Code
Building Construction Illustrated Henry Dreyfuss Associates productivity and well-being, without an overt display of
lighting technique. This user-friendly guide is an invaluable • Complete explanations of the NFPA codes and standards,
0-471-09955-4 • 978-0-471-09955-0 • 104 pp. • Cloth • 2002
Third Edition reference for both students and design professionals. including the Life Safety Code and the new NFPA 5000
CONTENTS: Anthropometry. The Elderly. Seating. Residential Space
Francis D.K. Ching and Cassandra Adams Considerations. Maintenance Access. Safety at Work and at Home. Brimming with theory and technical information, Interior • New information on fire codes, performance codes,
Vehicular Accommodation. Displays. Manual Controls. The Lighting for Designers, Fourth Edition includes: electrical and energy codes, and sustainability issues
0-471-35898-3 • 978-0-471-35898-5 • 464 pp. • Paper • 2000
Environment. Appendices. • Comparison of ADAAG and ICC/ANSI accessibility
CONTENTS: The Building Site. The Building. Foundation Systems. • Thorough examinations of the latest advances in lighting
requirements in relation to the codes and standards
Floor Systems. Wall Systems. Roof Systems. Moisture and Thermal technology and practice
Protection. Doors and Windows. Special Construction. Finish • The most current code tables, design examples, diagrams,
Work. Mechanical and Electrical Systems. Notes on Materials.
• The newest light sources, fixtures, and systems
and project checklists
Appendix. Bibliography. Index. • More than 250 illustrations, photographs, and color plates
• A thorough review for interior designers and architects
CONTENTS: Perception. Psychology. Brightness. Color. Daylight. taking the NCIDQ and ARE exams
Incandescent Lamps. Discharge Lamps. Auxiliary Equipment. Light
Control. Photometrics. Electricity. Luminaires. Design. CONTENTS: How To Use This Book. About the Codes. Occupancy
Classifications and Loads. Construction Types and Building
Sizes. Means of Egress. Fire Resistant Materials and Assemblies.
Fire-Protection Systems. Plumbing & Mechanical Requirements.
Electrical and Communication Requirements. Finish and Furniture
Selection. Code Officials and the Code Process. Appendices.

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Lighting Design Basics Space Planning Basics


Mark Karlen and James R. Benya Second Edition
0-471-38162-4 • 978-0-471-38162-4 • 192 pp. • Paper • 2004 Mark Karlen
Lighting is a basic, yet difficult-to-master, element of
Understanding Color Sustainable Construction interior design, and Lighting Design Basics offers essential
0-471-43439-6 • 978-0-471-43439-9 • 192 pp. • Paper • 2003
Completely revised to address changes in industry practice
An Introduction for Designers Green Building Design and Delivery knowledge of this complex subject in a concise, highly
and new technologies, Space Planning Basics, Second
visual format. Two leading practicing designers, with many
Third Edition Charles J. Kibert decades of experience, present straightforward coverage Edition presents all the necessary tools and know-how to
of lighting design concepts, techniques, and realistic effectively create design programming for both small and
Linda Holtzschue 0-471-66113-9 • 978-0-471-66113-9 • 448 pp. • Cloth • 2005
large space planning projects. The author’s step-by-step
goals to guide new designers and students through the
Focusing on green building as it applies to larger space planning approach demonstrates how to use matrices
0-471-71508-5 • 978-0-471-71508-5 • 208 pp. • Paper • 2006 process of creating simple, typical lighting designs and
commercial, institutional buildings, Sustainable and diagrams to fully visualize the space analysis process,
Through authoritative, easy-to-follow instruction, effectively collaborating with professional designers on
Construction provides a complete introduction to the including how to apply bubble diagrams and block plans for
Understanding Color, Third Edition helps readers learn how more complex projects. Design scenarios for more than
design, construction, and operation of high-performance establishing a workable spatial organization.
to use color more comfortably, creatively, and effectively than twenty different spaces illustrate real-world case studies
green buildings. It uses the U.S. Green Building Council’s
ever before. for illuminating residential and commercial spaces—from With a focus on existing structures, this comprehensive
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
kitchens to doctors’ offices. Each scenario includes an in- Second Edition presents material in a realistic context to
For each concept presented, examples are included of how suite of standards to explain the best practices in
depth rationale for the proposed solution, insightful lighting create a hands-on guide that helps develop applicable skills
theoretical information is applied in solving common building procurement and delivery systems. Providing a
distribution diagrams, floor plans, and details for lighting and provides accessible information for solving day-to-day
problems in color design. Mastering basic color concepts detailed overview of the entire process of green building,
installation and construction. issues in the real world. This new edition features:
through straightforward, easy-to-follow instruction, Sustainable Construction covers the theory, history, state
students will learn how different light sources affect color of the industry, and best practices in green building. Lighting Design Basics features: • Discussions of CAD options in the planning process
rendition, how placement changes colors, how to avoid A thorough introduction to the design, construction, • Design scenarios for more than twenty different kinds of • A variety of new skill-developing exercises
costly color mistakes, and how to resolve the typical color and operation of high performance “green” buildings, spaces
problems that confront design professionals. • Illustrations that reflect current ADA compliance
Sustainable Construction: • Concise, highly graphic treatment of complex subjects
This Third Edition is full of powerful new features including: • Coverage of every consideration designers need to address
• Provides detailed insight into the USGBC LEED building • Exercises focused on the development of lighting design at each phase, such as building code requirements and
• Updated material for successfully designing with color in assessment standard, as well as other international and skills in preparation for working on actual lighting design environmental controls
a digital environment domestic approaches to green building projects, as well as the NCIDQ and NCARB exams
CONTENTS: Planning Methodology. The First Planning Steps: Bubble
• Innovative coverage of color marketing issues • Offers a reference for building owners and buyers of CONTENTS: How to Use This Book. Light Sources. Luminaires. Diagrams and Block Plans. Small and Dimensionally Demanding
construction services to learn about a new emerging Switching and Dimming. Lighting Design Criteria. Lighting Spaces. The Building Shell and Major Systems. Important
• Dozens of new illustrations
process that make good economic sense and is also Calculations. Drawing Lighting. The Art of Lighting Design. A Influencing Factors. Developing a Rough Floor Plan. Refining the
• Helpful tips for using color in the working environment environmentally sound Basic Approach/Methodology for Lighting Design. Residential Solution. Developing Skills Beyond the Basic Level. Appendix:
• Valuable exercises to reinforce color concepts Lighting Design. Office and Corporate Lighting Design. Hospitality Design Programs and Building Shells.
• Features a companion Web site with the latest Design. Health Care Design. Lighting for Stores. Lighting Common
CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgements. Dedication. An developments Spaces. The Professional Process of Lighting. Collaborating with
Introduction to Color Study. A Little Light on the Subject. The CONTENTS: Introduction and Overview. PART I: Green Building Lighting Designers. Developing Skills Beyond the Basics. Taking
Human Element. The Vocabulary of Color: Hue. The Vocabulary of Foundations. Background. Green Building Assessment. The Green the NCARB and NCIDQ Exams. Taking the NCQLP Exam.
Color: Value and Saturation. Working with Color. Color Harmony. Building Process. Ecological Design. PART II: Green Building Appendix C: Exterior Lighting. Appendix D: Educational Programs
Tools of the Trade. The Medium of Light. The Business of Color. Systems. Siting and Landscaping. Energy and Atmosphere. The in Lighting. Appendix E: Energy Codes.
Glossary. Workbook. Bibliography. Index. Building Hydrologic Cycle. Closing Materials Loops. Indoor
Environmental Quality. PART III: Green Building Construction,
The Color Star Economics, and Future. The Construction Process. Building
Commissioning. Economic Analysis of Green Building Projects.
Johannes Itten Future Directions. Appendices.
0-471-28931-0 • 978-0-471-28931-9 • Paper • 1986

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Construction Drawings and Details


for Interiors
Basic Skills
W. Otie Kilmer and Rosemary Kilmer
0-471-10953-3 • 978-0-471-10953-2 • 256 pp. • Paper • 2003
CONTENTS: Basic Drafting Equipment, Techniques, and Systems.
The Construction Document Process. Producing the Construction
Drawings. Examples of Professional Drawings and Details.
Appendix. Credits. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
The Interior Design Business Handbook Interior Graphic Standards Specifying Interiors
A Complete Guide to Profitability Student Edition A Guide to Construction and FF&E for Residential
Fourth Edition Maryrose McGowan and Kelsey Kruse and Commercial Interiors Projects
Mary V. Knackstedt 0-471-46196-2 • 978-0-471-46196-8 • 464 pp. • Paper • 2004 Second Edition
0-471-69698-6 • 978-0-471-69698-8 • 528 pp. • Cloth • 2006 Interior Graphic Standards, Student Edition is a pared- Maryrose McGowan and Kelsey Kruse
down treatment of the authoritative Interior Graphic
The Interior Design Business Handbook, Fourth Edition Standards, Professional Edition. Designed to give students 0-471-69261-1 • 978-0-471-69261-4 • 448 pp. • Cloth • 2005
covers computer software and database tools that are only the critical information they require, this is an Specifying Interiors, Second Edition gives readers instant
written exclusively for the interior design field and essential reference for anyone studying architectural access to all the critical information they need to write
general financial and project management programs that interiors. Formatted to meet the serious students needs, effective commercial interiors specifications. This updated
can streamline internal office processes. In addition to this Student Edition is packed with more than 1,000 and expanded edition of the industry standard now includes
presenting the most recent banking changes, it also features informative illustrations and includes the latest coverage considerations of the environmental impact of materials;
an updated credit section that compares current and past of green design and accessibility. Students find real help the role of interior designer as vendor, contractor, or
procedures for obtaining and using credit. understanding all the critical material they need for the installer; and a specifications checklist for each product
Supplemented with more than fifty sample forms and letters, core classes required by all curriculums. or materials. Based on the International Building Code
this Fourth Edition is a one-stop resource for successfully (IBC), it covers today’s diverse materials, regulations and
CONTENTS: Planning and Design Data. Human Factors.
Design Details for Health managing a firm—from choosing a location and administering Design Principles. Historic Preservation. Color. Principles of
requirements, specification formats, and more.
daily operations to putting it up for sale. The Interior Design Perception. Acoustics. Interior Lighting. Programming. Life- This comprehensive Second Edition includes:
Making the Most of Interior Design’s Healing Business Handbook, Fourth Edition features: Cycle Costing. Contract Administration. Interior Landscape
Potential Design. Sustainable Design Criteria. Indoor Air Quality. Stair • Insightful focus on material sustainability and
•A
 n expert author who has more than thirty years of Design. Life Safety Considerations. Detailing Concepts. Building environmental impact
Cynthia A. Leibrock experience in the field and speaks nationally on the Systems. Interior Building Components. Masonry. Metals. Wood. • Authoritative coverage on building systems and
0-471-24194-6 • 978-0-471-24194-2 • 288 pp. • Cloth • 1999 business of interior design Plastics. Finish Carpentry. Custom Casework. Countertops.
performance
• Comprehensive guidance to managing an interior design firm Architectural Woodwork. Doors. Windows. Plaster and Gypsum
CONTENTS: Long-Term Care. Assisted Living Apartments. Caring Board. Tile. Terrazzo. Ceilings. Flooring. Wall Finishes. Paints • New information on interior finishes and alternative
for People with Dementia. Home Health Care. Hospice. Subacute • Practical procedures, tools, and techniques and Coatings. Access Floors. Fabrics. Task Lighting. Window materials
Care and Rehabilitation. Ambulatory Care. Day Care and Respite. Treatments. Furniture. Conveying Systems. Mechanical Systems.
Medical Offices. Wellness Centers. Inpatient Hospitals. Birth • Incorporates the use of technology throughout, including • More than 200 new illustrations and photographs from
Electrical Systems. Interior Typologies. Commerce. Exhibition.
Centers. Children’s Hospitals. Inpatient Psychiatric Units. Medical project management software, databases, and the Entertainment. Presentation Technology. Health Care Facilities. 150 contributors
Hotels. General Hospitals. Critical Care. Directory of Designers “intranet” to streamline internal office processes Hospitality. Education. • Up-to-date contract documents for residential projects
and Consultants. Directory of Manufacturers. Index.
CONTENTS: Finding Your Place in Interior Design. Starting a • Information on the role of the interior designer as vendor,
Business. Planning for Profit and Growth. Setting Up a Design
contractor, or installer
Studio. Developing a Team of Staff and Consultants. Marketing
and Selling. Succeeding in Project Management. Charging for Your • The latest ADA and FHAA design requirements
Services. Working with Sources and Contractors. Managing Your
CONTENTS: Interiors Projects. Regulations, Codes, and Standards.
Office. Mastering Financial Management. Growing Your Firm and
Building Systems and Performance. Materials. Construction
Your Professional Skills. Professional Associations. Design Schools.
Materials. Furniture and Furnishings. Appendices. Glossary. Index.
Definitions of Words. Recommended Reading.

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Color, Environment, and Human Response Interior Design Visual Presentation


Designing with Models
An Interdisciplinary Understanding of Color and Its A Guide to Graphics, Models, and Presentation
Use as a Beneficial Element in the Design of the A Studio Guide to Making and Using Architectural Techniques Basic Perspective Drawing
Architectural Environment Design Models A Visual Guide
Second Edition
Frank H. Mahnke Second Edition Maureen Mitton Fourth Edition
0-471-28667-2 • 978-0-471-28667-7 • 248 pp. • Cloth • 2000 Criss B. Mills John Montague
0-471-22552-5 • 978-0-471-22552-2 • 208 pp. • Paper • 2003
PARTIAL CONTENTS: What Is Color? Psychophysiological Effects. 0-471-64837-X • 978-0-471-64837-6 • 256 pp. • Paper • 2005 0-471-47274-3 • 978-0-471-47274-2 • 288 pp. • Paper • 2004
CONTENTS: Orthographic Drawings. The Design Process and
Characteristics and Effects of Major Hues. Color Fundamentals. Designing with Models, Second Edition is the revised, Related Graphics. Paraline and Perspective Drawings. Drawing
Analysis and Establishment of Design Goals. Offices and Basic Perspective Drawing, Fourth Edition continues a long
step-by-step guide to basic and advanced design process and Sketching Interior Environments. Rendering. Scale Models. tradition as an accessible, visual guide to help students and
VDT Workstations. Health Care Facilities. Industrial Work Presenting Materials and Finishes. Portfolios and Resumes. Verbal
Environments. Schools. Food and Food Service. Color for Exteriors.
modeling. This comprehensive text explains the process professional artists, illustrators, designers, and architects
from start to finish, and has been expanded to include up- Presentation. Directory of Featured Professionals. Appendix One:
Color Theory for Rendering. Appendix Two: Scale Figures and gain a firm and thorough grasp of the important principles
to-date information on digital modeling programs and rapid and techniques of perspective drawing. It is invaluable for
Entourage. Appendix Three: Floor Plans of Case Study Project.
prototyping processes. The impact of this new wave of gaining a lifelong foundation for understanding the optical
Index.
3D modeling technology is examined through interviews world and how it works. Logically moving from simple
and numerous examples from renowned architects. Along concepts to specific tools and methods, it uses accessible
with many new student projects, this new Second Edition illustrations to show step by step how to construct
features information on cutting-edge digital imaging perspective views, with graphic examples covering every
equipment and design software, as well as examples of key part of the process. This clear, accessible, and updated
urban and industrial design models. Architect Criss Mills introduction to the principles and techniques of perspective
acquaints architecture and design professionals with drawing features:
essential modeling terms, design processes, equipment,
materials, and construction methods. • New material on aerial perspective

With the help of more than 800 high-quality photographs • Updated examples of completed perspective drawings
and fully illustrated, in-depth case studies, readers are • The latest information on creating digital perspective
walked through the basics of: drawings
• Material and tool selection • Instructional and linear illustrations that enable readers
to shade sections, highlight lines, and use colored pencils
• Construction techniques
Color for Interior Architecture • Determining scale
right in the book
CONTENTS: Rendering Perspective Views from Observed Reality.
Mary C. Miller • Generating ideas Plans, Elevations, and Paraline Projections. Constructing
0-471-12736-1 • 978-0-471-12736-9 • 176 pp. • Paper • 1997 • Exploring design processes and alternatives Window Treatments Perspective Views. Geometric Tools: Diagonals, Squares, and
Cubes. Sloping Planes and Surfaces. Circles and Curved Surfaces.
CONTENTS: What Is Color? The Dynamics of Interior Color. Depth • Modifying design work directly on the model Karla J. Nielson Shadows and Reflections. Freehand Sketching and Rapid
Cues, Legibility, and Illusion. Seeing Color and What Is Colored. Visualization. The Figure in Perspective. Shading and Rendering.
Optical Interactions Among Colors. Harmonic Relationships of • Developing design work with increasing levels of 0-471-28946-9 • 978-0-471-28946-3 • 448 pp. • Cloth • 1996
Perspective Drawing and the Computer. Aerial Perspective.
Hues. The Relationship Between Surface Color and Light. Interior information and detail CONTENTS: Using the Window to the Best Advantage. Why Cover Perspective Drawing and the Computer. Examples of Perspective
Background Color. Illumination, Reflective Materials, and Color. the Window? Popular Window Styles: How to Treat Them. Period Views. Appendix. Index.
CONTENTS: Start: Equipment, Materials, and Model Types. Connect:
The Personal and Public Image of Interior Color. Bibliography. Window Treatments. Soft Window Treatments. Calculating,
Basic Techniques for Assembling Model Components. Explore: A
Credits for Color Art. Specifying, and Installing Soft Window Treatments. Hard Window
Skeletal Framework for Conceiving and Using Models. Apply: Step-
by-Step Case Studies of Concepts and Techniques. Case Studies. Treatments. Hard and Soft: Combining Window Treatments.
Advance: Creating Curvilinear Forms and Special Techniques. Business Matters: Residential and Nonresidential. Sources,
Build: Implementing Model Exploration As Built Work. Interface: Terminology, and References. Appendices.
Combining Digital and Physical Information. Expand: Topics for
Continuing Exploration. Resources. Index.

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Fabrics and Wallpapers for Historic New Edition!


Buildings Available Spring 2007
Jane C. Nylander and Richard C. Nylander Designing Commercial Interiors
0-471-70655-8 • 978-0-471-70655-7 • 568 pp. • Cloth • 2005
Second Edition
CONTENTS: Fabrics: 1700 to 1790: A Dependence on Imported
Christine Piotrowski, ASID, IIDA and
Fabrics. 1790 to 1815: Changing Tastes and Technology. 1815 to A History of Interior Design Elizabeth A. Rogers, IIDA Becoming an Interior Designer
1840: Technological Advances and Complex Designs. 1840 to 1870:
Increasing Diversity in Furnishing Fabrics. 1870 to 1900: New Second Edition Christine Piotrowski, ASID, IIDA
0-471-72349-5 • 978-0-471-72349-3 • 400 pp. • Cloth • January 2007
Influences and Variety. The Twentieth Century: Innovation and
Tradition. Modern Textiles: Continuing a Tradition. Wallpapers:
John Pile CONTENTS: Introduction. The Office. Office Interior Design Elements.
0-471-23286-6 • 978-0-471-23286-5 • 288 pp. • Paper • 2003
1700 to 1780: Luxuries for English Colonists. 1780 to 1840: Stylish 0-471-46434-1 • 978-0-471-46434-1 • 464 pp. • Cloth • 2004 Lodging Facilities. Food and Beverage Facilities. Retail Facilities. Today’s interior designer works in a complicated world
Imports and American Patterns. 1840 to 1870: Revival Styles and Health Care Facilities. Senior Living Facilities. Institutional Facilities. challenged by a variety of issues ranging from legal
Machine Printing. 1870 to 1900: Pattern Everywhere. 1900 to 1930: Now in its second edition, A History of Interior Design Cultural and Recreational Facilities. Restoration and Adaptive Use. responsibilities and building and safety codes to projects
Changing Tastes in a New Century. Other Wallcoverings. delivers the inside story on 6,000 years of personal and Project Management. Glossary. Appendix A General References. that require an ever-increasing amount of skills and
public space. John Pile acknowledges that interior design Appendix B Trade Associations. Index. training. “Interior designer” is not a fancy name for
is a field with unclear boundaries, in which construction, “decorator.” Becoming an Interior Designer is the first step
architecture, the arts and crafts, technology, and product to making a successful career as an interior designer. More
design all overlap. These topics are woven together in than a “how-to” book for finding a job, this helpful guide is
a fascinating narrative that runs from cave dwellings a road map to the early stages of forming a lifelong career
and temple architecture, through Gothic cathedrals and and finding your special niche in this burgeoning field.
Renaissance Palaces on to the grand civic spaces of the Successful designers provide real-world advice on creating
nineteenth century and the sleek interiors of modern a portfolio, preparing a resume, and interviewing for the
skyscrapers. This revised Second Edition features: reader’s dream job. Interviews with these designers also
• A new chapter looking at the interior design history of offer valuable insight into a variety of specialties—such
Asian and Islamic traditions as designing for hotels, corporate offices, retail facilities,
residential structures, and many more.
• Coverage of the various paths along which design developed
in India, China, Korea, and Japan, as well as a survey of Packed with useful material for everyone beginning a career
developments in Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia in interior design, as well as professional interior designers
• Discussions of Islamic design in the context of its wide- seeking to practice in a new specialty, Becoming an Interior
ranging religious and cultural significance Designer features:
• New Material on Pre-Columbian design history Professional Practice for Interior Designers •Information about licensing and certification
The Office Interior Design Guide • 180 new images (625 illustrations in total), including •Professional tips on portfolio preparation
Third Edition
An Introduction for Facility and Design furniture, textiles, lighting, and product design
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Art Deco and Industrial Design. The Spread of Early Modernism in
Resources. Appendices. Design as a Business. Educational Preparation. The Future. Appendix.
Europe. Modernism in America. The Ascendancy of Modernism.
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Interiors and Interior Design Planning and Urban Design

Architectural Lighting Design Residential Lighting


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Gary Steffy Randall Whitehead, IALD
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Planning and Urban Design Historic Preservation

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Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture

Elements of Planting Design


Richard L. Austin
0-471-39888-8 • 978-0-471-39888-2 • 192 pp. • Paper • 2001
CONTENTS: Foreword. Acknowledgments. The Ecology of Planting
Design. A Process for Planting Design. Designing with Plants.
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Construction Administration. Appendix—Client Questions and the
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Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture

Design with Nature


Site Analysis Ian L. McHarg Introduction to Landscape Design
0-471-11460-X • 978-0-471-11460-4 • 208 pp. • Paper • 1995
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ultimately, higher quality built environments. William M. Marsh Development. Architecture and Site Development. Placemaking
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Development Sites. Streams, Channel Forms, and the Riparian Suggested Readings.
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Landscape Architecture Landscape Architecture

Landscapes in History A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape


Design and Planning in the Eastern and Western Construction
Traditions Fourth Edition
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links to a variety of regulatory, site engineering, and • Hundreds of practical examples and step-by-step exercises
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From Concept to Form in Landscape Design CONTENTS: Contours and Form. Interpolation and Slope. Slope competition
Grant W. Reid Formula Application. Grading Constraints. Grading Design and CONTENTS: The Essence of Drawing. The Daybook. The Creative
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Allen, Architectural Detailing, 2E.............................................3 Audel Complete Building Construction, 5E, Miller...............24
ISBN10: 0-471-48817-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-48817-0 ISBN10: 0-7645-7111-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-7645-7111-4
Allen, Fundamentals of Building Construction, 4E................20 Austin, Elements of Planting Design.......................................65
ISBN10: 0-471-21903-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-21903-3 ISBN10: 0-471-39888-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-39888-2
Allen, Fundamentals of Residential Construction, 2E...........19 AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCAD LT 2007 Bible, Finkelstein....14
ISBN10: 0-471-68179-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68179-3 ISBN10: 0-471-78886-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78886-7
Allen, The Architect’s Studio Companion, 4E..........................3 Bachman, Integrated Buildings................................................21
ISBN10: 0-471-73622-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-73622-6 ISBN10: 0-471-38827-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38827-2
Alternative Construction, Elizabeth........................................23 Balmori, The Land and Natural Development (LAND) Code 59
ISBN10: 0-471-71938-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-71938-0 ISBN10: 0-470-04984-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04984-6
Ambrose, Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, 8E........26 Baraban, Successful Restaurant Design, 2E.............................46
Plan and Section Drawing ISBN10: 0-470-04414-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04414-8 ISBN10: 0-471-35935-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35935-7
Ambrose, Simplified Design of Steel Structures, 8E 26 Barker, Design of Highway Bridges, 2E....................................28
Second Edition ISBN10: 0-470-08631-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-08631-5 ISBN10: 0-471-69758-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69758-9
Site Design and Construction Detailing Thomas C. Wang Ambrose, Simplified Engineering for Architects Basic Perspective Drawing, 4E, Montague........................10, 55
0-471-28608-7 • 978-0-471-28608-0 • 144 pp. • Paper • 1996 and Builders, 10E.......................................................................27 ISBN10: 0-471-47274-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47274-2
Third Edition ISBN10: 0-471-67607-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-67607-2 Becoming an Architect, Waldrep.........................................2, 38
CONTENTS: Presentation Graphics vs. Process Graphics. Design
Theodore D. Walker Process. Analytical Drawings. Concept Drawings. Design Ambrose, Simplified Mechanics and Strength ISBN10: 0-471-70954-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70954-1
Drawings. Line. Plan Graphics. Sections and Elevations. Section of Materials, 6E.........................................................................27 Becoming an Interior Designer, Piotrowski............................57
0-471-28906-X • 978-0-471-28906-7 • 576 pp. • Cloth • 1991
Graphics. Computer Graphics. ISBN10: 0-471-40052-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-40052-3 ISBN10: 0-471-23286-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-23286-5
CONTENTS: About this Book. Preparation of Construction Drawings. American Planning Association, Planning and Urban Design
Construction Materials. Paving. Curbs and Edgings. Steps and Best Practices Guide to Residential Construction, Bliss........21
Standards, Student Edition.......................................................59 ISBN10: 0-471-64836-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-64836-9
Ramps. Walls and Fences. Structures: Decks, Shelters and Bridges.
ISBN10: 0-471-76090-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-76090-0
Play and Recreation Equipment. Site Furniture and Fixtures. Pools, Binggeli, Building Systems for Interior Designers..................46
Ponds, and Fountains. Site Utilities. Architect’s Guide to the U.S. National CAD Standard, ISBN10: 0-471-41733-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-41733-0
The, Hall................................................................................7, 13
ISBN10: 0-471-70378-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70378-5 Binggeli, Interior Design...........................................................39
ISBN10: 0-471-67958-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-67958-5
Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice, The, 13E,
Student Edition, The American Institute of Architects.........36 Biringer, Security Risk Assessment and Management...........35
ISBN10: 0-471-17672-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17672-5 ISBN10: 0-471-79352-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-79352-6
Architect’s Studio Companion, The, 4E, Allen.........................3 Bisharat, Construction Graphics................................................5
ISBN10: 0-471-73622-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-73622-6 ISBN10: 0-471-21983-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-21983-5
Architectural Detailing, 2E, Allen.............................................3 Blakemore, History of Interior Design and Furniture, 2E......47
ISBN10: 0-471-48817-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-48817-0 ISBN10: 0-471-46433-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46433-4
Architectural Drawing, 2E, Yee................................................13 Bliss, Best Practices Guide to Residential Construction........21
ISBN10: 0-471-05540-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-05540-2 ISBN10: 0-471-64836-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-64836-9
Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition, Bonda, Sustainable Commercial Interiors...............................40
ISBN10: 0-471-74917-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74917-2
Pencil Sketching Ramsey................................................................................10, 24
ISBN10: 0-471-34817-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34817-7 Bradshaw, The Building Environment, 3E...............................31
Second Edition Architectural Graphics, 4E, Ching.......................................5, 48 ISBN10: 0-471-68965-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68965-2
Thomas C. Wang ISBN10: 0-471-20906-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-20906-5 Brito, Kitchen and Bath Design................................................41
Architectural Lighting Design, 2E, Steffy..........................33, 58 ISBN10: 0-471-74185-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74185-5
0-471-39919-1 • 978-0-471-39919-3 • 128 pp. • Paper • 2001 ISBN10: 0-471-38638-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38638-4 Brock, Designing the Exterior Wall..........................................21
CONTENTS: Materials and Equipment. Techniques. Sketching. Architectural Programming, Duerk.........................................36 ISBN10: 0-471-45191-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-45191-4
Composition. Sketching from Memory. Examples. Index. ISBN10: 0-471-28468-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28468-0 Brown, Sun, Wind & Light, 2E.................................................32
Architectural Research Methods, Groat............................37, 62 ISBN10: 0-471-34877-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34877-1
ISBN10: 0-471-33365-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-33365-4 Building Codes Illustrated for Elementary and Secondary
Architectural Structures, Place................................................29 Schools, Winkel...................................................................17, 45
ISBN10: 0-471-72551-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-72551-0 ISBN10: 0-470-04848-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04848-1
Architectural Working Drawings, 4E, Liebing..........................8 Building Codes Illustrated for Healthcare Facilities,
ISBN10: 0-471-34876-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34876-4 Winkel................................................................................ 16, 45
ISBN10: 0-470-04847-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04847-4
Architectural Working Drawings, Spence...............................11
ISBN10: 0-471-57488-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-57488-0 Building Codes Illustrated, 2E, Ching.........................16, 34, 44
ISBN10: 0-471-74189-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74189-3
Architecture, 3E, Ching..............................................................4
ISBN10: 0-471-75216-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-75216-5 Building Construction Illustrated, 3E, Ching...................22, 48
ISBN10: 0-471-35898-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35898-5
Associates III, Sustainable Residential Interiors.....................40
ISBN10: 0-471-75607-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-75607-1 Building Environment, The, 3E, Bradshaw..............................31
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Building Systems for Interior Designers, Binggeli..................46 Construction Project Management, 4E, Clough.....................23 Elizabeth, Alternative Construction........................................23 Hassoun, Structural Concrete, 3E...........................................30
ISBN10: 0-471-41733-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-41733-0 ISBN10: 0-471-32438-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-32438-6 ISBN10: 0-471-71938-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-71938-0 ISBN10: 0-471-69164-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69164-8
Building Technology, 2E, Stein................................................33 Construction Specifications Writing, 5E, Rosen.....................25 Elvin, Integrated Practice in Architecture...............................35 Heating, Cooling, Lighting, 2E, Lechner..................................33
ISBN10: 0-471-59319-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-59319-5 ISBN10: 0-471-43204-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-43204-3 ISBN10: 0-471-99849-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-99849-5 ISBN10: 0-471-24143-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-24143-0
Built Environment, The, 2E, McClure...............................17, 62 Cooper, Drawing and Perceiving, 4E..........................................4 Envisioning Architecture, Fraser................................................7 Hedge, Human Factors and Ergonomics for Design................42
ISBN10: 0-470-00752-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-00752-5 ISBN10: 0-470-04716-X • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04716-3 ISBN10: 0-471-28479-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28479-6 ISBN10: 0-471-75799-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-75799-3
Burns, Recording Historic Structures, 2E................................61 Craul, Soil Design Protocols for Landscape Architects and Erdey, Earthquake Engineering................................................28 High Performance Buildings, Lerum.................................18, 31
ISBN10: 0-471-27380-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-27380-6 Contractors................................................................................64 ISBN10: 0-470-04843-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04843-6 ISBN10: 0-471-77535-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-77535-5
CAD for Interiors, Stephens.....................................................46 ISBN10: 0-471-72107-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-72107-9 Evan Terry Associates, Pocket Guide to the ADA, Revised History of Interior Design and Furniture, 2E, Blakemore......47
ISBN10: 0-471-79367-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-79367-0 Crowe, Visual Notes for Architects and Designers...................6 Edition.......................................................................................46 ISBN10: 0-471-46433-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46433-4
Calori, Signage and Wayfinding Design...................................34 ISBN10: 0-471-28959-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28959-3 ISBN10: 0-471-18137-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-18137-8 History of Interior Design, A, 2E, Pile.....................................56
ISBN10: 0-471-74891-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74891-5 Davis, Plan Graphics, 5th Edition........................................7, 65 Fabrics and Wallpapers for Historic Buildings , Nylander......56 ISBN10: 0-471-46434-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46434-1
Cherry, Programming for Design.............................................36 ISBN10: 0-471-29221-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-29221-0 ISBN10: 0-471-70655-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70655-7 Holtzschue, Design Fundamentals for the Digital Age............8
ISBN10: 0-471-19645-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-19645-7 Design Details for Health, Leibrock........................................52 Facility Management, 2E, Rondeau.........................................25 ISBN10: 0-471-28786-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28786-5
Ching, A Global History of Architecture..................................1 ISBN10: 0-471-24194-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-24194-2 ISBN10: 0-471-70059-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70059-3 Holtzschue, Understanding Color, 3E.....................................50
ISBN10: 0-471-26892-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-26892-5 Design Drawing, Ching........................................................6, 48 Faga, Designing Public Consensus.....................................36, 60 ISBN10: 0-471-71508-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-71508-5
Ching, A Visual Dictionary of Architecture.............................6 ISBN10: 0-471-28654-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28654-7 ISBN10: 0-471-68119-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68119-9 Homes Within Reach, Friedman..............................................23
ISBN10: 0-471-28821-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28821-3 Design Fundamentals for the Digital Age, Holtzschue............8 Finkelstein, AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCAD LT 2007 Bible....14 ISBN10: 0-471-46986-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46986-5
Ching, Architectural Graphics, 4th Edition........................5, 48 ISBN10: 0-471-28786-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28786-5 ISBN10: 0-471-78886-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78886-7 Human Factors and Ergonomics for Design, Hedge................42
ISBN10: 0-471-20906-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-20906-5 Design of Highway Bridges, 2E, Barker....................................28 Forsyth, Designing Small Parks...............................................64 ISBN10: 0-471-75799-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-75799-3
Ching, Architecture, 3E..............................................................4 ISBN10: 0-471-69758-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69758-9 ISBN10: 0-471-73680-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-73680-6 Integrated Buildings, Bachman................................................21
ISBN10: 0-471-75216-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-75216-5 Design with Nature, McHarg...................................................67 Fraser, Envisioning Architecture................................................7 ISBN10: 0-471-38827-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38827-2
Ching, Building Codes Illustrated, 2E.........................16, 34, 44 ISBN10: 0-471-11460-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-11460-4 ISBN10: 0-471-28479-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28479-6 Integrated Practice in Architecture, Elvin...............................35
ISBN10: 0-471-74189-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74189-3 Designing Commercial Interiors, Piotrowski.........................57 Friedman, Homes Within Reach..............................................23 ISBN10: 0-471-99849-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-99849-5
Ching, Building Construction Illustrated, 3E...................22, 48 ISBN10: 0-471-17103-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17103-4 ISBN10: 0-471-46986-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46986-5 Interior Design Business Handbook, The, 4E, Knackstedt.....52
ISBN10: 0-471-35898-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35898-5 Designing Public Consensus, Faga.....................................36, 60 From Concept to Form, Reid....................................................68 ISBN10: 0-471-69698-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69698-8
Ching, Design Drawing........................................................6, 48 ISBN10: 0-471-68119-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68119-9 ISBN10: 0-471-28509-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28509-0 Interior Design Illustrated, 2E, Ching.....................................47
ISBN10: 0-471-28654-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28654-7 Designing Small Parks, Forsyth...............................................64 Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and ISBN10: 0-471-47376-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47376-3
Ching, Drawing...........................................................................6 ISBN10: 0-471-73680-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-73680-6 Methods, 4E, Allen....................................................................20 Interior Design Visual Presentation, 2E, Mitton....................55
ISBN10: 0-471-28968-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28968-5 Designing the Exterior Wall, Brock..........................................21 ISBN10: 0-471-21903-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-21903-3 ISBN10: 0-471-22552-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-22552-2
Ching, Interior Design Illustrated, 2E.....................................47 ISBN10: 0-471-45191-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-45191-4 Fundamentals of Residential Construction, 2E, Allen...........19 Interior Design, Binggeli...........................................................39
ISBN10: 0-471-47376-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47376-3 Designing with Models, 2E, Mills........................................9, 54 ISBN10: 0-471-68179-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68179-3 ISBN10: 0-471-67958-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-67958-5
Clark, Precedents in Architecture, 3E.....................................62 ISBN10: 0-471-64837-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-64837-6 Global Engineering and Construction, Yates..........................35 Interior Graphic Standards, Student Edition, McGowan........53
ISBN10: 0-471-47974-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47974-1 Digital Design and Manufacturing, Schodek.....................11, 25 ISBN10: 0-471-74382-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74382-8 ISBN10: 0-471-46196-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46196-8
Clough, Construction Contracting, 7E....................................22 ISBN10: 0-471-45636-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-45636-0 Global History of Architecture, A, Ching.................................1 Interior Lighting for Designers, 4E, Gordon......................32, 49
ISBN10: 0-471-44988-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-44988-1 Doyle, Color Drawing, 3E.....................................................5, 42 ISBN10: 0-471-26892-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-26892-5 ISBN10: 0-471-44118-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-44118-2
Clough, Construction Project Management, 4E.....................23 ISBN10: 0-471-74190-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74190-9 Golf Course Design, Graves.....................................................67 Interior Design Textiles, Nielson.............................................41
ISBN10: 0-471-32438-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-32438-6 Drawing and Designing with Confidence, Lin..........................9 ISBN10: 0-471-13784-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-13784-9 ISBN10: 0-471-60640-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-60640-6
Codes Guidebook for Interiors, The, 3E, Harmon..................49 ISBN10: 0-471-28390-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28390-4 Gordon, Interior Lighting for Designers, 4E......................32, 49 Introduction to Construction, Liebing....................................19
ISBN10: 0-471-64864-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-64864-2 Drawing and Perceiving, 4E, Cooper..........................................4 ISBN10: 0-471-44118-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-44118-2 ISBN10: 0-471-78355-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78355-8
Color Drawing, 3E, Doyle.....................................................5, 42 ISBN10: 0-470-04716-X • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04716-3 Graphic Thinking for Architects & Designers, 3E, Laseau......8 Introduction to Landscape Design, 2E, Motloch.....................67
ISBN10: 0-471-74190-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74190-9 Drawing Shortcuts, Leggitt........................................................8 ISBN10: 0-471-35292-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35292-1 ISBN10: 0-471-35291-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35291-4
Color for Interior Architecture, Miller....................................54 ISBN10: 0-471-07549-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-07549-3 Graves, Golf Course Design.....................................................67 Israel, Some Place Like Home: Using Design Psychology to
ISBN10: 0-471-12736-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-12736-9 Drawing the Landscape, 3E, Sullivan.......................................69 ISBN10: 0-471-13784-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-13784-9 Create Ideal Places....................................................................63
Color Star, The, Itten................................................................50 ISBN10: 0-471-43035-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-43035-3 Groat, Architectural Research Methods............................37, 62 ISBN10: 0-470-84950-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-84950-7
ISBN10: 0-471-28931-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28931-9 Drawing, Ching...........................................................................6 ISBN10: 0-471-33365-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-33365-4 Itten, The Color Star.................................................................50
Color, Environment, and Human Response, Mahnke............54 ISBN10: 0-471-28968-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28968-5 Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction, A, 4E, ISBN10: 0-471-28931-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28931-9
ISBN10: 0-471-28667-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28667-7 Duerk, Architectural Programming: Information Management Rubenstein.................................................................................68 Jackson, Construction Management JumpStart......................23
for Design..................................................................................36 ISBN10: 0-471-12932-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-12932-5 ISBN10: 0-7821-4336-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4336-2
Construction Contracting, 7E, Clough....................................22
ISBN10: 0-471-44988-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-44988-1 ISBN10: 0-471-28468-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28468-0 Hall, The Architect’s Guide to the U.S. National Jencks, Theories and Manifestoes of Contemporary
Earthquake Engineering, Erdey................................................28 CAD Standard.......................................................................7, 13 Architecture, 2E.........................................................................63
Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors, Kilmer......52 ISBN10: 0-471-70378-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70378-5
ISBN10: 0-471-10953-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-10953-2 ISBN10: 0-470-04843-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04843-6 ISBN10: 0-470-01469-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-01469-1
Earthquake Risk, Scawthorn....................................................35 Hannan, The Site Calculations Pocket Reference, 2E............37 Jones, Sustainable Interior Design...........................................43
Construction Graphics, Bisharat................................................5 ISBN10: 0-471-73002-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-73002-6
ISBN10: 0-471-21983-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-21983-5 ISBN10: 0-471-78170-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78170-7 ISBN10: 0-471-76131-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-76131-0
Elements of Planting Design, Austin.......................................65 Harmon, The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, 3E...................49 Just Enough AutoCAD 2006, Omura.......................................15
Construction Management JumpStart, Jackson......................23 ISBN10: 0-471-64864-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-64864-2
ISBN10: 0-7821-4336-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4336-2 ISBN10: 0-471-39888-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-39888-2 ISBN10: 0-7821-4397-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4397-3

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Just Enough AutoCAD 2007, Omura.......................................14 Marcus, People Places, 2E.........................................................60 Office Interior Design Guide, The, The, Rayfield..................56 Principles of Two-Dimensional Design, Wong..................12, 58
ISBN10: 0-470-00878-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-00878-2 ISBN10: 0-471-28833-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28833-6 ISBN10: 0-471-18138-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-18138-5 ISBN10: 0-471-28960-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28960-9
Karlen, Lighting Design Basics.................................................32 Marker Magic, McGarry.............................................................9 Olin’s Construction, 8E, Simmons..........................................18 Problem Seeking, 4E, Pea 37
ISBN10: 0-471-38162-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38162-4 ISBN10: 0-471-28434-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28434-5 ISBN10: 0-471-71405-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-71405-7 ISBN10: 0-471-12620-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-12620-1
Karlen, Lighting Design Basics.................................................51 Marsh, Landscape Planning, 4E................................................66 Omura, Just Enough AutoCAD 2006.......................................15 Professional Practice 101, 2E, Pressman..................................38
ISBN10: 0-471-38162-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38162-4 ISBN10: 0-471-48583-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-48583-4 ISBN10: 0-7821-4397-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4397-3 ISBN10: 0-471-68366-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68366-7
Karlen, Space Planning Basics, 2E............................................51 Mastering AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCAD LT2007 , Omura..15 Omura, Just Enough AutoCAD 2007.......................................14 Professional Practice for Interior Designers, 3E, Piotrowski.. 57
ISBN10: 0-471-43439-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-43439-9 ISBN10: 0-470-00876-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-00876-8 ISBN10: 0-470-00878-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-00878-2 ISBN10: 0-471-38401-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38401-4
Keeping Time, 3E, Murtagh......................................................61 Mastering Autodesk VIZ 2007, Omura...................................15 Omura, Mastering AutoCAD 2007 and AutoCAD LT2007 ..15 Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, The,
ISBN10: 0-471-47377-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47377-0 ISBN10: 0-470-07272-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-07272-1 ISBN10: 0-470-00876-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-00876-8 3E, Wakita.................................................................................11
Kelleher, Smith, Currie & Hancock’s Common Sense Mastering AutoCAD 2006 and AutoCAD LT 2006, Omura, Mastering Autodesk VIZ 2007 ..................................15 ISBN10: 0-471-39540-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-39540-9
Construction Law, 3E...............................................................24 Omura........................................................................................15 ISBN10: 0-470-07272-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-07272-1 Professionl Practice of Architectural Detailing,
ISBN10: 0-471-66209-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-66209-9 ISBN10: 0-7821-4424-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4424-6 Omura, Mastering AutoCAD 2006 and The, 3E, Wakita.........................................................................12
Kibert, Sustainable Construction.......................................24, 50 Mastering Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2006, Onstott...15 AutoCAD LT 2006....................................................................15 ISBN10: 0-471-18016-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-18016-6
ISBN10: 0-471-66113-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-66113-9 ISBN10: 0-7821-4429-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4429-1 ISBN10: 0-7821-4424-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4424-6 Programming for Design, Cherry.............................................36
Kilmer, Construction Drawings and Details for Interiors......52 McClure, The Built Environment, 2E................................17, 62 Onstott, Mastering Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2006...15 ISBN10: 0-471-19645-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-19645-7
ISBN10: 0-471-10953-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-10953-2 ISBN10: 0-470-00752-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-00752-5 ISBN10: 0-7821-4429-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-7821-4429-1 Ramsey, Architectural Graphic Standards,
Kilmer, Working Drawings and Details for Interiors..............43 McDonald, Landscape Design Documentation.......................65 Parker, Simplified Design of Wood Structures, 5E..................27 Student Edition...................................................................10, 24
ISBN10: 0-471-69262-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69262-1 ISBN10: 0-471-76137-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-76137-2 ISBN10: 0-471-17989-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17989-4 ISBN10: 0-471-34817-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34817-7

Kim, The Survival Guide to Architectural Internship and McGarry, Marker Magic.............................................................9 Parker, Simplified Site Engineering, 2E...................................27 Rayfield, The Office Interior Design Guide.............................56
Career Development.............................................................2, 37 ISBN10: 0-471-28434-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28434-5 ISBN10: 0-471-17987-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17987-0 ISBN10: 0-471-18138-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-18138-5
ISBN10: 0-471-69263-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69263-8 McGowan, Interior Graphic Standards, Student Edition........53 Pea, Problem Seeking: An Architectural Recording Historic Structures, 2E, Burns................................61
Kitchen and Bath Design, Brito................................................41 ISBN10: 0-471-46196-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46196-8 Programming Primer, 4E..........................................................37 ISBN10: 0-471-27380-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-27380-6
ISBN10: 0-471-74185-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74185-5 McGowan, Specifying Interiors, 2E.........................................53 ISBN10: 0-471-12620-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-12620-1 Reid, From Concept to Form....................................................68
Knackstedt, The Interior Design Business Handbook, 4E......52 ISBN10: 0-471-69261-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69261-4 Pencil Sketching, 2E, Wang..........................................12, 58, 70 ISBN10: 0-471-28509-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28509-0
ISBN10: 0-471-69698-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69698-8 McHarg, Design with Nature...................................................67 ISBN10: 0-471-39919-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-39919-3 Residential Interior Design, Mitton.........................................44
LaGro, Site Analysis.................................................................66 ISBN10: 0-471-11460-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-11460-4 People Places, 2E, Marcus.........................................................60 ISBN10: 0-471-68473-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68473-2
ISBN10: 0-471-34412-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34412-4 Measure of Man & Woman, The, Revised Edition, Tilley.. 7, 48 ISBN10: 0-471-28833-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28833-6 Residential Lighting, Whitehead..............................................58
Land and Natural Development (LAND) Code, The, Balmori 59 ISBN10: 0-471-09955-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-09955-0 Pile, A History of Interior Design, 2E......................................56 ISBN10: 0-471-45055-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-45055-9
ISBN10: 0-470-04984-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04984-6 Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, ISBN10: 0-471-46434-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46434-1 Rondeau, Facility Management, 2E.........................................25
Landscape Design Documentation, McDonald.......................65 10E, Stein...................................................................................33 Piotrowski, Becoming an Interior Designer............................57 ISBN10: 0-471-70059-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70059-3
ISBN10: 0-471-76137-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-76137-2 ISBN10: 0-471-46591-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46591-1 ISBN10: 0-471-23286-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-23286-5 Rosen, Construction Specifications Writing, 5E.....................25
Landscape Planning, 4E, Marsh................................................66 Melby, Simplified Irrigation Design, 2E...................................67 Piotrowski, Designing Commercial Interiors, 2E...................57 ISBN10: 0-471-43204-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-43204-3
ISBN10: 0-471-48583-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-48583-4 ISBN10: 0-471-28622-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28622-6 ISBN10: 0-471-72349-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-72349-3 Rubenstein, A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape
Landscapes in History, 2E, Pregill............................................68 Miller, Audel Complete Building Construction, 5E...............24 Piotrowski, Professional Practice for Interior Designers, 3E.. 57 Construction, 4E.......................................................................68
ISBN10: 0-471-29328-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-29328-6 ISBN10: 0-7645-7111-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-7645-7111-4 ISBN10: 0-471-38401-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38401-4 ISBN10: 0-471-12932-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-12932-5

Laseau, Graphic Thinking for Architects & Designers, 3E......8 Miller, Color for Interior Architecture....................................54 Place, Architectural Structures................................................29 Scawthorn, Earthquake Risk....................................................35
ISBN10: 0-471-35292-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35292-1 ISBN10: 0-471-12736-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-12736-9 ISBN10: 0-471-72551-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-72551-0 ISBN10: 0-471-78170-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78170-7

Lechner, Heating, Cooling, Lighting, 2E..................................33 Mills, Designing with Models, 2E........................................9, 54 Plan and Section Drawing, 2E, Wang.................................12, 70 Schodek, Digital Design and Manufacturing.....................11, 25
ISBN10: 0-471-24143-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-24143-0 ISBN10: 0-471-64837-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-64837-6 ISBN10: 0-471-28608-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28608-0 ISBN10: 0-471-45636-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-45636-0

Leggitt, Drawing Shortcuts........................................................8 Mitton, Interior Design Visual Presentation, 2E....................55 Plan Graphics, 5E, Davis......................................................7, 65 Security Risk Assessment and Management, Biringer...........35
ISBN10: 0-471-07549-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-07549-3 ISBN10: 0-471-22552-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-22552-2 ISBN10: 0-471-29221-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-29221-0 ISBN10: 0-471-79352-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-79352-6

Leibrock, Design Details for Health........................................52 Mitton, Residential Interior Design.........................................43 Planning and Urban Design Standards, Student Edition, Shaping Structures, Zalewski...................................................30
ISBN10: 0-471-24194-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-24194-2 ISBN10: 0-471-68473-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68473-2 American Planning Association...............................................59 ISBN10: 0-471-16968-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-16968-0

Lerum, High Performance Buildings.................................18, 31 Montague, Basic Perspective Drawing, 4E........................10, 55 ISBN10: 0-471-76090-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-76090-0 Signage and Wayfinding Design, Calori...................................34
ISBN10: 0-471-77535-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-77535-5 ISBN10: 0-471-47274-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47274-2 Pocket Guide to the ADA, Revised Edition, Evan Terry ISBN10: 0-471-74891-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74891-5

Liebing, Architectural Working Drawings, 4E..........................8 Motloch, Introduction to Landscape Design, 2E.....................67 Associates..................................................................................46 Simmons, Olin’s Construction, 8E..........................................18
ISBN10: 0-471-34876-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34876-4 ISBN10: 0-471-35291-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35291-4 ISBN10: 0-471-18137-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-18137-8 ISBN10: 0-471-71405-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-71405-7

Liebing, Introduction to Construction....................................19 Murtagh, Keeping Time, 3E......................................................61 Poppeliers, What Style Is It?, Revised Edition....................2, 61 Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, 8E, Ambrose........26
ISBN10: 0-471-78355-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78355-8 ISBN10: 0-471-47377-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47377-0 ISBN10: 0-471-25036-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-25036-4 ISBN10: 0-470-04414-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04414-8

Lighting Design Basics, Karlen...........................................32, 51 Nielson, Interior Design Textiles.............................................41 Precedents in Architecture, 3E, Clark.....................................62 Simplified Design of Steel Structures, 8E, Ambrose...............26
ISBN10: 0-471-38162-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38162-4 ISBN10: 0-471-60640-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-60640-6 ISBN10: 0-471-47974-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-47974-1 ISBN10: 0-470-08631-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-08631-5

Lin, Drawing and Designing with Confidence..........................9 Nielson, Window Treatments..................................................55 Pregill, Landscapes in History, 2E............................................68 Simplified Design of Wood Structures, 5E, Parker..................27
ISBN10: 0-471-28390-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28390-4 ISBN10: 0-471-28946-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28946-3 ISBN10: 0-471-29328-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-29328-6 ISBN10: 0-471-17989-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17989-4

Mahnke, Color, Environment, and Human Response............54 Nylander, Fabrics and Wallpapers for Historic Buildings ......56 Pressman, Professional Practice 101, 2E..................................38 Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, 10E,
ISBN10: 0-471-28667-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28667-7 ISBN10: 0-471-70655-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70655-7 ISBN10: 0-471-68366-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-68366-7 Ambrose.................................................................................... 27
ISBN10: 0-471-67607-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-67607-2

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Index
Simplified Irrigation Design, 2E, Melby..................................67 Sustainable Interior Design, Jones...........................................43
ISBN10: 0-471-28622-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28622-6 ISBN10: 0-471-76131-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-76131-0
Simplified Mechanics and Strength of Materials, Sustainable Residential Interiors, Associates III.....................40
6E, Ambrose..............................................................................27 ISBN10: 0-471-75607-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-75607-1
ISBN10: 0-471-40052-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-40052-3 The American Institute of Architects, The Architect’s
Simplified Site Engineering, 2E, Parker...................................27 Handbook of Professional Practice, 13E, Student Edition .....36
ISBN10: 0-471-17987-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17987-0 ISBN10: 0-471-17672-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-17672-5
Site Analysis, LaGro.................................................................66 Theories and Manifestoes of Contemporary Architecture,
ISBN10: 0-471-34412-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34412-4 2E, Jencks...................................................................................63
Site Calculations Pocket Reference, The, 2E, Hannan...........37 ISBN10: 0-470-01469-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-01469-1
ISBN10: 0-471-73002-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-73002-6 Tilley, The Measure of Man & Woman, Revised Edition...7, 48
Site Design and Construction Detailing, 3E, Walker..............70 ISBN10: 0-471-09955-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-09955-0
ISBN10: 0-471-28906-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28906-7 Understanding Color, 3E, Holtzschue.....................................50
Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, 4E, Strom............69 ISBN10: 0-471-71508-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-71508-5
ISBN10: 0-471-27394-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-27394-3 Underwood, Structural Design, 2E..........................................29
Smith, Currie & Hancock’s Common Sense Construction Law, ISBN10: 0-471-78904-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78904-8
3E, Kelleher...............................................................................24 Visual Dictionary of Architecture, A, Ching............................6
ISBN10: 0-471-66209-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-66209-9 ISBN10: 0-471-28821-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28821-3
Soil Design Protocols for Landscape Architects and Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Crowe...................6
Contractors, Craul....................................................................64 ISBN10: 0-471-28959-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28959-3
ISBN10: 0-471-72107-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-72107-9 Wakita, The Professional Practice of Architectural Working
Some Place Like Home, Israel..................................................63 Drawings, 3E.............................................................................11
ISBN10: 0-470-84950-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-84950-7 ISBN10: 0-471-39540-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-39540-9
Space Planning Basics, 2E, Karlen............................................51 Wakita, The Professionl Practice of
ISBN10: 0-471-43439-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-43439-9 Architectural Detailing, 3E......................................................12
Specifying Interiors, 2E, McGowan.........................................53 ISBN10: 0-471-18016-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-18016-6
ISBN10: 0-471-69261-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69261-4 Waldrep, Becoming an Architect.........................................2, 38
Spence, Architectural Working Drawings...............................11 ISBN10: 0-471-70954-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-70954-1
ISBN10: 0-471-57488-0 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-57488-0 Walker, Site Design and Construction Detailing, 3E..............70
Steffy, Architectural Lighting Design, 2E..........................33, 58 ISBN10: 0-471-28906-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28906-7
ISBN10: 0-471-38638-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-38638-4 Wang, Pencil Sketching, 2nd Edition...........................12, 58, 70
Stein, Building Technology, 2E................................................33 ISBN10: 0-471-39919-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-39919-3
ISBN10: 0-471-59319-2 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-59319-5 Wang, Plan and Section Drawing, 2E.................................12, 70
Stein, Mechanical and Electrical Equipment ISBN10: 0-471-28608-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28608-0
for Buildings, 10E......................................................................33 What Style Is It?, Revised Edition, Poppeliers....................2, 61
ISBN10: 0-471-46591-7 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-46591-1 ISBN10: 0-471-25036-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-25036-4
Stephens, CAD for Interiors.....................................................46 Whitehead, Residential Lighting..............................................58
ISBN10: 0-471-79367-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-79367-0 ISBN10: 0-471-45055-3 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-45055-9
Strom, Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, 4E............69 Window Treatments, Nielson..................................................55
ISBN10: 0-471-27394-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-27394-3 ISBN10: 0-471-28946-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28946-3
Structural Concrete, 3E, Hassoun............................................30 Winkel, Building Codes Illustrated for Elementary and
ISBN10: 0-471-69164-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69164-8 Secondary Schools...............................................................17, 45
Structural Design, 2E, Underwood..........................................29 ISBN10: 0-470-04848-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04848-1
ISBN10: 0-471-78904-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-78904-8 Winkel, Building Codes Illustrated for
Successful Restaurant Design, 2E, Baraban.............................46 Healthcare Facilities.......................................................... 16, 45
ISBN10: 0-471-35935-1 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-35935-7 ISBN10: 0-470-04847-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-470-04847-4

Sullivan, Drawing the Landscape, 3E.......................................69 Wong, Principles of Two-Dimensional Design..................12, 58


ISBN10: 0-471-43035-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-43035-3 ISBN10: 0-471-28960-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-28960-9

Sun, Wind & Light, 2E, Brown.................................................32 Working Drawings and Details for Interiors, Kilmer..............43
ISBN10: 0-471-34877-5 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-34877-1 ISBN10: 0-471-69262-X • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69262-1

Survival Guide to Architectural Internship and Career Yates, Global Engineering and Construction..........................35
Development, The, Kim.......................................................2, 37 ISBN10: 0-471-74382-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74382-8
ISBN10: 0-471-69263-8 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-69263-8 Yee, Architectural Drawing, 2E................................................13
Sustainable Commercial Interiors, Bonda...............................40 ISBN10: 0-471-05540-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-05540-2
ISBN10: 0-471-74917-6 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-74917-2 Zalewski, Shaping Structures...................................................30
Sustainable Construction, Kibert.......................................24, 50 ISBN10: 0-471-16968-4 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-16968-0
ISBN10: 0-471-66113-9 • ISBN13: 978-0-471-66113-9

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