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Dear Professor, It is with great pleasure that we present our latest books for your courses. This 2011-12 catalog is packed with perennial bestsellers including the entire suite of Francis D.K. Ching books, as well as a wealth of brand new books such as Steinfeld’s Universal Design and Dabby, Structure for Architects, and so many more. You’ll also notice new editions of standards such as Olin’s Construction and Allen’s The Architect’s Studio Companion. We urge you to peruse the catalog and think about courses you are or will be teaching. As always, you can request examination copies in a number of ways: • Visit wiley.com • Contact your local Wiley representative (wiley.com/college/rep) • Email ccopy@wiley.com with your request • Visit coursesmart.com/instructors for immediate access to a digital exam copy (available for many titles)

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DESIGN DRAWING

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ARCHITECTURE

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History of Architecture Introduction to Architecture AutoCAD/Revit Architecture BIM Architectural Design Universal Design Building Codes Materials & Methods Structures Environmental Controls Professional Practice Theory & Inspiration

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URBAN DESIGN & PLANNING

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION

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INTERIOR DESIGN

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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AUTHOR INDEX

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DESIGN DRAWING

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Visual Notes for Architects & Designers, 2nd Edition

Design Drawing, 2nd Edition

Norman Crowe, Paul Laseau

978-0-470-53369-7 • 2011

978-0-470-90853-2 • Available December 2011 Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition, clearly illustrates proven methods and procedures for keeping a highly useful visual notebook. The coverage demonstrates how to make rapid, notational sketches that serve as visual records for future reference, as well as improve understanding and facilitate the development of ideas. It shows how to expand knowledge of a subject beyond what is gained through observation or verbal representation alone. This book is an indispensable resource for architects and designers using freehand notational sketching as a way of recording, experiencing, observing, learning, and further connecting with their creativity. • Guides readers towards developing visual acuity, visual literacy, and graphic analysis—using sketches to analyze observations • Features completely new coverage of visual note-taking in a digital world • Clearly illustrates proven methods and procedures for keeping a highly useful visual notebook • Demonstrates how to make rapid, notational sketches that serve as visual records for future reference • Offers coverage of techniques for collecting, analyzing, and applying information • Covers field measurement techniques to address the needs of study abroad programs CONTENTS: Introduction. A Guide to Note-Taking. A Journal. A Collection of Visual Notes. Transitions to Design. Conclusion. Appendix. Tools and Techniques. Index.

Francis D. K. Ching, Steven P. Juroszek In his distinctive graphic style, world-renowned author and architecture educator Francis D.K. Ching takes us on another exciting journey through the process of creation. In Design Drawing, 2nd Edition, he unmasks the basic cognitive processes that drive visual perception and expression, incorporating observation, memory, and rendering everything into a creative whole. This book unites imaginative vision with fundamental architectural principles to cover the traditional basics of drawing, including line, shape, tone, and space. Guiding the reader stepby-step through the entire drawing process, the book also examines different types of drawing techniques such as multiview, paraline, and perspective drawings—and how they can be applied to achieve stunning results. • Goes beyond basic drawing books—Ching not only covers the principles, media, and techniques of drawing, but also places these within the context of what and why designers draw • Features more than 1,500 hand-rendered drawings—beautiful illustrations that reinforce the concepts and lessons of each chapter • Includes a supplemental CD-ROM—viewers will gain a greater appreciation of the techniques presented in this book through the power of animation, video, and 3D models. Twelve new modules are included, as is a video of the author demonstrating freehand techniques in a step-by-step manner CONTENTS: Drawing from Observation. Line and Shape. Tone and Texture. Form and Structure. Space and Depth. Drawing Systems. Pictorial Systems. Multiview Drawings. Paraline Drawings. Perspective Drawings. Drawing from the Imagination. Speculative Drawing. Diagramming. Drawing Composition. Presentation Drawing. Index. Preface to CD-ROM.

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Drawing Shortcuts: Developing

Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, 2nd Edition Jim Leggitt

978-0-470-43548-9 • 2010 Recent developments in computer rendering technology have put amazing new tools in the hands of designers. But for communicating emotion and character, there is simply no replacement for good old-fashioned hand drawing. Drawing Shortcuts gives readers an ingeniously simple drawing approach that joins traditional hand-drawing techniques with the latest 2-D and 3-D digital technology. Jim Leggitt introduces the fundamentals of drawing—such as drawing types, media options, composition, color, shading, hatching, and perspective—and then explains how to incorporate the most current digital technologies. The book’s step-by-step approach helps students: • Sharpen and streamline your visualization technique using the “overlay and trace,” “simple and advanced composition,” and “digital hybrid drawings” methods • Absorb the lessons through detailed process drawings, carefully chosen examples, and more than 500 full-color images • Create amazing images combining your own hand drawings with 3-D computer views made with Google® SketchUp, Google® Earth, and other powerful programs • Master “Tradigital Drawing,” which merges traditional hand-drawing technique with digital imaging CONTENTS: Introduction. TRADITIONAL DRAWING TYPES. Observation Drawings. Imagination Drawings. Thumbnail Drawings. Concept Drawings. Presentation Drawings. DRAWING COMPOSITION. Drawing Composition. Perspective Drawings. Paraline Drawings. TRADITIONAL DRAWING TOOLS. Drawing Media. Drawing with Pencils. Drawing with Pens. Hatching Techniques. Showing Detail. Creating Shadows. Correcting Mistakes. Drawing Safety. TRADITIONAL COLORING TOOLS. How to Color with Pencils. How to Color with Markers. Mixed-Media Drawings. TRADITIONAL ENTOURAGE DRAWING. Drawing Sources. How to Draw People. How to Draw Cars. How to Draw Vegetation. Drawing Furniture. Drawing Building Materials. DIGITAL DRAWING TOOLS. 3-D Modeling. Digital Editing. Digital Photography. TRADIGITAL DRAWING. Traditional + Digital. Tradigital Variations. Overlay and Trace. Simple Composite Method. Advanced Composite Method. Digital Hybrids. DRAWING GALLERY. Kirk Fromm. Jennifer Mahoney. Paul Stevenson Oles, FAIA. Terry J. Leonard, AIA. Michael P. O’Beirne. Seth Harry, AIA. Stanley Doctor. Conclusion. Index.

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Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, 5th Edition John Montague 978-0-470-28855-9 • 2010

Basic Perspective Drawing, Fifth Edition gives architects and designers an accessible visual guide for developing a firm and thorough grasp of the important principles and techniques for perspective drawing. Logically moving from simple concepts to specific tools and methods, the book provides accessible step-by-step illustrations on how to construct perspective views with graphic examples covering every key part of the process. Basic Perspective Drawing is an invaluable learning tool that can be drawn in, written in, and highlighted to ensure effective understanding of the practices, concepts, and processes of perspective drawing. • New chapters on freehand sketching and rapid visualization • New material demonstrating three-point views & methods of setting figures into perspective spaces CONTENTS: Overview. Rendering Perspective Views from Obscured Reality. Plans, Elevations, and Paraline Projections. Constructing Perspective Views. Geometric Tools: Diagonals, Squares, and Cubes. Sloping Planes and Surfaces. Circles and Curved Surfaces. Shadows and Reflections. Freehand Sketching and Rapid Visualization. The Figure in Perspective. Shading and Rendering. Aerial Perspective. Perspective Drawing and the Computer. Appendices. Perspective Drawing. Index.

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Drawing and Perceiving:

Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, 4th Edition Douglas Cooper 978-0-470-04716-3 • 2008

The observation and drawing of real objects are the starting points for the designer’s visionary constructions and inspirations. A longtime favorite of architectural students, Douglas Cooper’s Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design instills an understanding of the basic principles of drawing that are universal to all design disciplines—mass, volume, form, contour, texture, shadow, and more—as it explores the knowledge, rational thought, and expressiveness that designers rely on to create successful drawings. • Includes a CD featuring Cooper’s own dynamic instruction • Combines theory and technique to prepare students to carry on a dialogue between their perceptions of the physical world and their understanding of the elements of design CONTENTS: ENGAGING THE VISUAL WORLD: Touching and Moving Provide the Foundation. Nicholaides and Contour. Contour Exercises. Contour and Composition. Nicholaides and Mass. Mass Exercises. Gesture. Gesture Exercises. Spaces and Voids. Space Exercises. THE ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Gibson and Textural Gradient. Gibson and Depth Cues. Distance from Horizon Line. Overlap and Motion Parallax. Shade and Shadow. Size Perspective. Atmospheric Perspective. Linear Perspective. Freehand Perspective Exercises. Drawing Slopes. Perspective of Slopes Exercises. Movement and Perspective. WHEN ORDER IS MADE: Projecting Perspective Exercises. Imposing Perspective Exercises. Light and Dark and Color. Light and Dark Exercises. Contrast of Value. Color Exercises. Contrast of Temperature. Complementary Contrast. Appendices. Glossary. Index.

Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, 3rd Edition Rendow Yee

978-0-471-79366-3 • 2008 Today’s most comprehensive compendium of architectural drawing types and methods, both hand drawn and computer generated, Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods remains a one-of-a-kind visual reference and an outstanding source of guidance and inspiration for students and professionals at every level. The Third Edition reflects a wider range of techniques and styles than ever before, including: • 1,100 illustrations by today’s most noted architects, including Tadao Ando, Rebecca Binder, Mario Botta, Lord Foster, Massimiliano Fuksas, Frank Gehry, Michael Graves, Zaha Hadid, Steven Holl, Ricardo Legorreta, Richard Meier, I. M. Pei, Cesar Pelli, Renzo Piano, Antoine Predock, Tod Williams, Billie Tsien, and Venturi Scott Brown • Over 250 new drawings • 30% new and revised material • A new, more user-friendly structure CONTENTS: Tool Fundamentals. Lettering, Typography, and Line Types. Representational Sketching. Conventional Orthogonal Terminology. Orthographic and Paraline Drawing. Linear Perspective Drawing. Light, Shade, and Shadow. Delineating and Rendering Entourage. Drawing. Diagramming and Conceptual Sketching. Presentation Formats.

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Color Drawing:

Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, 3rd Edition Michael E. Doyle 978-0-471-74190-9 • 2007

Color Drawing remains the ultimate up-to-date resource for students who need to develop and communicate design ideas with clear, attractive, impressive color drawings. Updated with over 100 pages, the book contains an entirely new section focused on state-of-the-art digital techniques to greatly enhance the sophistication of presentation drawings, and offers new and innovative ideas for the reproduction and distribution of finished drawings.

Drawing:

A Creative Process Francis D.K. Ching 978-0-471-28968-5 • 1996

The intriguing interplay among seeing, visualization, and expression through drawing is demonstrated in this book. Emphasizing the use of freehand drawing, it presents a series of examples, exercises and techniques that show how to quickly transfer images both seen and unseen into clear representational forms on paper. CONTENTS: Drawing: Process and Product. Line: The Essence of Drawing. Shape: The Definition of Form. Depth: The Art of Illusion. Envisioning: Drawing from Imagination. Speculation: Drawing and Creativity. Bibliography.

CONTENTS: COLOR DRAWING FOR COMMUNICATION: Initial Considerations. Media and Paper. Technique. Elements, Materials, and Finishes. Scale Elements: Figures and Automobiles. COLOR DRAWING FOR PRESENTATION: Color and Composition in Illustration. Approaches to Creating Color Design Drawings. Digital Color Drawing. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

A Global History of Architecture, 2nd Edition

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Francis D.K. Ching, Mark M. Jarzombek, Vikramaditya Prakash 978-0-470-40257-3 • 2011

“Not only does A GLOBAL HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE own the territory (of world architecture), it pulls off this audacious task with panache. - JOURNAL OF THE SOCIETY OF ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIANS

Organized along a global timeline, A Global History of Architecture, 2nd Edition, has been updated and revised throughout to reflect current scholarship. 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 Frank Ching, as well as brilliant photographs. This new Second Edition: • Delivers more coverage of non-Western areas, particularly Africa, South Asia, South East Asia, and Pre-Columbian America • Is completely re-designed with full-color illustrations throughout • Incorporates additional drawings by Professor Ching, including new maps with more information and color • Meets the requirements set by the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) for “non-Western” architecture in history education • Is supplemented by a companion Web site which includes an Instructor’s Manual, Image Bank (with 700 photos and drawings), and Google Earth™ coordinates for sites in the book Partial Table of Contents: 3500 BCE. 2500 BCE. 1500 BCE. 800 BCE. 400 BCE. 200 CE. 400 CE. 600 CE. 800 CE. 1000 CE. 1200 CE. 1400 CE. 1600 CE. 1700 CE. 1800 CE. 1900 CE. 1950 CE. Bibliography. Glossary. Index.

New Directions in Contemporary Architecture: Evolutions and Revolutions

in Building Design Since 1988 Luigi Prestinenza Puglisi 978-0-470-51890-8 • 2008

This book looks at buildings of often contrasting styles that have been built almost simultaneously across the world with their roots in very different tendencies and schools of thought. A loose but effective framework is provided, which pulls all these multiple threads together, while key buildings are described individually with a unique clarity and precision. CONTENTS: After Deconstructivism 1988-92. New Directions 1993-7. A Season of Masterpieces: 1998-2001. Trends: 2000-7.

A Companion to Asian Art & Architecture Rebecca M. Brown, Deborah S. Hutton 978-1-4051-8537-0 • 2011

This title presents a collection of 26 original essays that explore and critically examine various aspects of the field of Asian art and architectural history. In topics that range from ancient tombs and imperial commissions to coinage and cultural interaction, and from gardens and monastic spaces to performances and pilgrimages, this collection of essays illuminates the wide geographic and temporal range of Asian visual culture. CONTENTS: Introduction. Objects in Use. Space. Artists. Challenging the Canon. Shifting Meanings. Elusive, Mobile Objects. Index. WILEY • 2011-12 BOOKS FOR COURSES • ARCHITECTURE

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ARCHITECTURE | INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE

NEW!

A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, 2nd Edition

Designing with Models:

Francis D.K. Ching

Criss B. Mills

978-0-470-64885-8 • Available September 2011

978-0-470-49885-9 • 2011

Using Francis D.K. Ching’s signature presentation, all of the architectural topics covered in his other books are distilled here to serve as an essential one-volume reference. It is the only dictionary that provides concise, accurate definitions illustrated with finely detailed, hand-rendered drawings. From Arch to Wood, every concept, technology, material and detail important to architects and designers are presented. This longawaited revision brings the latest concepts and technology of 21st century architecture, design, and construction.

This step-by-step guide to basic and advanced design process modeling 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. Fully updated with nearly 200 new photos and twenty-six new projects from students and firms, Designing with Models walks readers through the basics of:

• Over 66 basic aspects of architecture are comprehensively covered with over 5,000 words in a visual context, to help visual thinkers clarify meanings • Comprehensive index permits the reader to locate any important word in the text • Oversized pages help present complicated material in easy-to-comprehend spreads • Written by one of the most famous architectural authors–Frank Ching’s name alone is a key selling feature for this book–he has earned the respect and trust of designers, design educators, and students around the world PARTIAL CONTENTS: Arch. Beam. Column. Door. Electricity. Fastening. Geometry. Hardware. Joinery. Light. Masonry. Ornament. Paint. Reinforced Concrete. Shell. Temple. Vault. Wall.

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A Studio Guide to Architectural Process Models, 3rd Edition

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Material and tool selection Construction techniques Determining scale Generating ideas Exploring design processes and alternatives Modifying design work directly on the model Developing design work through modeling scale

CONTENTS: Introduction. Model History. Model Types: Typical Model Types Employed in the Design Process. Exploration: A Framework for Conceiving and Using Models in the Design Process. Project Development: Academic Examples in Support of Exploration. Project Development in Practice: Design Firm Examples in Support of Exploration. Rapid Prototyping: Rapid Prototyping – Using Digital Information to Produce Physical Models. Digital Practice: Combining Digital and Physical Model Information in Professional Practice. Basic Assemblage: Basic Techniques for Assembling Model Components. Advanced Assemblage: Advanced Techniques for Form Making. Assemblage Case Studies: Step-by-Step Case Studies of Assembly Techniques. Tools: Equipment & Materials. Appendix: Topics for Continuing Exploration. Credits.

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ARCHITECTURE | INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE

Architectural Graphics, 5th Edition

Becoming an Architect:

978-0-470-39911-8 • 2010

Lee W. Waldrep

Francis D.K. Ching

Architectural Graphics offers the essential drawing tools, principles, and techniques designers use to communicate architectural ideas. In this Fifth Edition, Francis D.K. Ching expands upon the wealth of illustrations and instructions that have made this book a classic, and guides readers through the subtleties of translating architectural ideas into vivid visual representations. This beautiful Fifth Edition of Architectural Graphics clearly presents the complexity of architectural concepts in an intuitive graphic manner that benefits anyone interested in maintaining the highest standard of the profession. Readers learn Ching’s renowned methods through: • Coverage of multiview drawings, paraline drawings, and perspective drawings • Techniques for drawing section views of building interiors • Strategies for rendering tonal value, enhancing pictorial depth, and conveying the illumination of spatial environments • Approaches for developing the layout of architectural presentations • Freehand sketching and diagramming • And much more

A Guide to Careers in Design, 2nd Edition 978-0-470-37210-4 • 2010

Becoming an Architect gives students an inside view of what it takes to be an architect, including an overview of the profession, educational requirements, design specialties from which to choose, the job search, registration requirements, and the many directions in which a career in architecture can go. CONTENTS: THE DEFINITION OF AN ARCHITECT. What Do Architects Do? Why Architecture? Is Architecture for You? Profile of the Profession. THE EDUCATION OF AN ARCHITECT. Preparation. Path to an Accredited Degree. Decision-Making Process. Resources. Application Process. You Are an Architecture Student. Academic Enrichment. Conclusion. THE EXPERIENCE OF AN ARCHITECT. Gaining Experience as a Student. A.R.C.H.I.T.E.C.T. Moving Toward Licensure. THE CAREERS OF AN ARCHITECT. Career Designing. Career Paths. THE FUTURE OF THE ARCHITECTURE PROFESSION. Sustainability. Technology. BIM-Building Information. Collaboration. Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). Diversity. Globalization. Agent of Social Change. Distance Education/Learning. Appendices. Index.

CONTENTS: Drawing Tools and Materials. Architectural Drafting. Architectural Drawing Systems. Multiview Drawings. Paraline Drawings. Perspective Drawings. Rendering Tonal Values. Rendering Context. Architectural Presentations. Freehand Drawing. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE

The Diagrams of Architecture:

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AD Reader

Mark Garcia

978-0-470-51945-5 • 2010

Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, 3rd Edition

Francis D.K. Ching 978-0-471-75216-5 • 2008

For more than thirty years, the beautifully illustrated Architecture: Form, Space, and Order has been the classic introduction to the basic vocabulary of architectural design. The updated Third Edition features expanded sections on circulation, light, views, and site context, along with new considerations of environmental factors, building codes, and contemporary examples of form, space, and order. This classic visual reference helps both students and practicing architects understand the basic vocabulary of architectural design by examining how form and space are ordered in the built environment. Using his trademark meticulous drawing, Professor Ching shows the relationship between fundamental elements of architecture through the ages and across cultural boundaries. By looking at these seminal ideas, the book encourages the reader to look critically at the built environment and promotes a more evocative understanding of architecture. • Now includes a companion CD-ROM that brings the book’s architectural concepts to life through three-dimensional models and animations created by Frank Ching • Features expanded sections on circulation, light, views, and site context • Includes new consideration of environmental factors, building codes, and contemporary examples of the principles of form, space, and order CONTENTS: PRIMARY ELEMENTS. FORM. FORM & SPACE. ORGANIZATION. CIRCULATION. PROPORTION & SCALE. PRINCIPLES. GLOSSARY. INDEX

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Spanning the Pre-historic to the Parametric, The Diagrams of Architecture illustrates over 250 diagrams and brings together 26 previously published and newly commissioned essays from leading international academics, architects, theorists and professional experts. This is the first critical, multidisciplinary book on the history, theory and futures of the architectural diagram. CONTENTS: HISTORIES AND THEORIES OF THE DIAGRAMS OF ARCHITECTURE. MULTIDISCIPLINARY DIAGRAMS OF ARCHITECTURE. ARCHITECTS OF THE DIAGRAMS OF ARCHITECTURE. EPILOGUES.

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Compositions in Architecture Don Hanlon

978-0-470-05364-5 • 2009 Don Hanlon offers students an excitingly original path to dis-covering architectural composition, one that avoids the traditional either/or choice between theory and practice. By exploring the underlying patterns of organization in architecture, the book enables the reader to connect architectural theory with the design process. And by relating what happens in the design studio with how the architect thinks about architectural composition, the approach spurs creative thinking. CONTENTS: Five Formal Properties of a Composition. Notes on the Plan. Type. The Square. Layering. Linear Forms. Core and Shell. Frame and Object. Clusters. Subtractive Spaces and the Deep Wall. Articulated Skin. Metamorphosis. Deformation. Conclusion. Glossary. Bibliography. Index of Buildings.

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ARCHITECTURE | INTRODUCTION TO ARCHITECTURE

Drawing: The Motive Force of Architecture Peter Cook

978-0-470-03481-1 • 2008 Focusing on the creative and inventive significance of drawing for architecture, this book is a paean to the graphic by one of its greatest proponents, Sir Peter Cook. Thematically organized by chapter, Cook talks readers through drawings as motive, strategy, vision, image, composition, expression, technique, surface and fantasy. He provides amusing, perceptive commentary at every turn, drawing our attention to some of the greatest and most intriguing drawings, ranging from Heath-Robinson, Hugh Ferris and Arthur Beresford Pite to Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Ron Herron, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Bernard Tschumi and Lebbeus Woods. CONTENTS: Introduction. Drawing and Motive. Drawing and Strategy. Drawing and Vision. Drawing and Image. Drawing and Composition. Drawing with Expression and Atmosphere. Drawing and Technics. Drawing and Surface. Beyond Drawing - Beyond Reality. Index.

The Built Environment:

A Collaborative Inquiry Into Design and Planning, 2nd Edition

Wendy R. McClure, Tom J. Bartuska 978-0-470-00752-5 • 2007

Drawing from the expertise of thirty prominent academics in their respective fields, this book takes an integrated and global view of the components and contexts that compose the built environment—the products, interiors, structures, landscapes, cities, and regions—within the context of the earth’s life support system. CONTENTS: Part I: Introduction: Definition, Design, and Development of the Built Environment. PART II: Central Issues: Human-Environmental-Technical Dimensions of a Quality Environment. PART III: The Design and Planning Components (Levels of Integration) in the Built Environment. Industrial and Product Design. Interior Design. Structures. Architecture, Engineering & Construction. Landscape Architecture & Planning. Cities. Urban Design & Planning. Regions. Regional Planning & Management. Earth. Global Policies, Planning & Management. Part IV: Challenges: Designing/Planning a Quality & Sustainable Environment for All.

What Style Is It?

A Guide to American Architecture, Revised Edition

John C. Poppeliers, S. Allen Chambers, Jr. 978-0-471-25036-4 • 2003

This book is the definitive, concise guide to the captivating structures and history of American architecture. Providing information on twenty-two major styles from the past 300 years, What Style Is It? presents succinct summaries of architectural styles, discusses their development and notable characteristics, and mentions where real-world examples can be found. CONTENTS: Introduction. Early Colonial. Georgian. Spanish Colonial. Federal. Neoclassical. Jeffersonian. Greek Revival. Gothic Revival. Romanesque Revival. Italianate. Exotic Revivals. Second Empire. Stick Style. Queen Anne. Shingle Style. Richardsonian Romanesque. Rustic. Beaux-Arts. Classical Revival. Chicago School. Bungalows. Prairie Style. Period Houses. Art Deco. International Style. Coda. Glossary. Bibliography. Information Sources.

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ARCHITECTURE | AUTOCAD

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AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012 Essentials Scott Onstott

978-1-118-01679-4 • 2011 AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012 Essentials features concise, straightforward explanations and real-world, hands-on exercises and tutorials to teach new users the software’s core features and functions. Each chapter features compelling full-color screenshots to illustrate tutorial steps, and chapters conclude with a related and more open-ended project to further reinforce the chapter’s lessons. Downloadable exercise files available. CONTENTS: Introduction. Getting Started. Basic Drawing Skills. Using Drawing Aids. Editing Entities. Shaping Curves. Controlling Object Visibility and Appearance. Organizing Objects. Hatching and Gradients. Working with Blocks and Xrefs. Creating and Editing Text. Dimensioning. Keeping in Control with Constraints. Working with Layouts and Annotative Objects. Printing and Plotting. Storing, Presenting, and Extracting Data. Navigating 3D Models. Modeling in 3D. Presenting Your Design. Appendix. AutoCAD Certification. Index.

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Mastering AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012 George Omura

978-0-470-95288-7 • 2011

2011 Edition: 978-0-470-62197-4

Each year, Mastering AutoCAD appears at the top of the AutoCAD book sales charts, and it is the world’s all-time bestselling AutoCAD series, with more than a half million copies in print. Mastering AutoCAD teaches essentials using concise explanations, focused examples, step-by-step instructions, and hands-on projects for both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. Includes supporting DVD. CONTENTS: THE BASICS: Exploring the AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT Interface. Creating Your First Drawing. Setting Up and Using AutoCAD’s Drafting Tools. Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups. Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks. MASTERING INTERMEDIATE SKILLS. Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently. Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References. Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts. Understanding Plot Styles. Adding Text to Drawings. Using Fields and Tables. Using Dimensions. MASTERING ADVANCED SKILLS. Using Attributes. Copying Existing Drawings into AutoCAD. Advanced Editing and Organizing. Laying Out Your Printer Output. Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools. Using Dynamic Blocks. Drawing Curves. Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings. 3D MODELING AND IMAGING. Creating 3D Drawings. Using Advanced 3D Features. Rendering 3D Drawings. Editing and Visualizing 3D Solids. Exploring 3D Mesh Modeling. CUSTOMIZATION AND INTEGRATION. Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Linetypes, and Hatch Patterns. Managing and Sharing Your Drawings.

AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012: Instructor Supplements Available

No Experience Required Donnie Gladfelter 978-1-118-01677-0 • 2011

AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012: No Experience Required teaches AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT essentials to new users with concise explanations, focused examples, step-by-step instructions, and a hands-on tutorial project that runs throughout the book. The book’s supporting website features downloadable tutorial files so readers can jump in at any point. CONTENTS: Getting to know AutoCAD. Learning Basic Commands to Get Started. Setting Up a Drawing. Developing Drawing Strategies, Part I. Developing Drawing Strategies, Part II. Using Layers to Organize Your Drawing. Combining Objects into Blocks. Controlling Text in a Drawing. Using Dynamic Blocks and Tables. Generating Elevations. Working with Hatches, Gradients, and Tool Palettes. Dimensioning a Drawing. Managing External References. Using Layouts to Set Up a Print. Printing an AutoCAD Drawing. Creating 3D Geometry. Rendering and Materials.

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ARCHITECTURE | REVIT ARCHITECTURE

Instructor Supplements Available

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 Essentials

Phil Read, Eddy Krygiel, James Vandezande 978-1-118-01683-1 • 2011

The new Essentials series from Sybex helps you quickly learn and use Autodesk software. This beautiful, task-based, full-color guide thoroughly covers the fundamentals of Revit Architecture, teaching readers what they need to become quickly productive with this popular building information modeling (BIM) architectural design software. CONTENTS: Introduction. Introducing Revit and the User Interface. Schematic Design. Walls and Curtain Walls. Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings. Adding Families. Modifying Families. Groups and Phasing. Rooms and Color Fill Plans. Worksharing. Details and Annotations. Creating Drawing Sets. Workflow and Other Revit Essentials. Tips, Tricks, and Troubleshooting. Appendix.

Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 Instructor Supplements Available

James Vandezande, Phil Read, Eddy Krygiel 978-0-470-93749-5 • 2011

Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012’s focused discussions, detailed exercises, and compelling real-world examples are organized by how users learn and implement Revit, an approach that will resonate with Revit users of all skill levels. The guide is organized by real-world workflows and features detailed explanations and practical tutorials to help readers understand concepts so that they can quickly start accomplishing vital Revit tasks. CONTENTS: Introduction. FUNDAMENTALS. Introduction: The Basics of BIM. Principles of Revit. The Basics of the Revit Toolbox. The Revit Workflow. Configuring Templates and Standards. Managing a Revit Project. Understanding Worksharing. Working with Consultants. Interoperability: Working Multiplatform. MODELING AND MASSING FOR DESIGN. Advanced Modeling and Massing. Conceptual Design and Sustainability. Designing with Design Options and Groups. Visualization. EXTENDED MODELING TECHNIQUES. Walls and Curtain Walls. Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs. Family Editor. Stairs and Railings. DOCUMENTATION. Detailing Your Design. Documenting Your Design. Annotating Your Design. Presenting Your Design. CONSTRUCTION AND BEYOND. Making Projects Parametric. Revit in Construction. Revit in the Classroom. Revit and Virtualization. Getting Acquainted with the Revit API. Revit for Film and Stage. Appendices. Index.

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012: Instructor Supplements Available

No Experience Required Eric Wing

978-0-470-94506-3 • 2011

2011 Edition: 978-0-470-61011-4

This unique and highly effective guide uses a continuous, step-by-step tutorial to build skills. Readers will first get to know the Revit interface and basic conventions, then quickly move right into designing, documenting, and modeling a four-story office building. Place walls, windows, and doors; add floors, ceilings, railings, and stairs; create construction documentation. CONTENTS: Introduction. The Revit World. Creating a Model. Creating Views. Working with the Revit Tools. Dimensioning and Annotating. Floors. Roofs. Structural Items. Ceilings and Interiors. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings. Schedules and Tags. Detailing. Creating Specific Views and Match Lines. Creating Sheets and Printing. Creating Rooms and Area Plans. Advanced Wall Topics. Creating Families. Site and Topography. Rendering and Presentation. Importing and Coordinating Revit Models. Phasing and Design Options. Project Collaboration. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | BIM

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BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices Robert S. Weygant 978-0-470-58357-9 • 2011 A cutting-edge technology, Building Information Modeling (BIM) software allows users to produce data-intensive 3D building models that far exceed those rendered with the 2D limitations of CAD. Unlike CAD, however, no consensus has been reached for agreed upon guidelines directing BIM models. To fill this void, this book explores the different approaches used in designing a BIM model and incorporates them into one cohesive strategy that serves as a digital road map going forward. BIM Content Development: • Details the various types of information (graphic and data) that BIM can gather about a building, such as its dimensions and material, its performance, its functionality, its interaction with other structures, and how often it must be maintained • Presents a vendor-neutral approach to thinking about, organizing, and managing data used to create a 3D building model • Covers the different methods for organizing content, such as CSI’s MasterFormat®, Uniformat, OmniClass, and Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) CONTENTS: GETTING STARTED. The Mental Transition to Building Information Modeling. Content Hierarchy. Understanding Parameters, Attributes and Constraints. Standards and Formats. Where to Begin. BIM CONTENT BASICS. Basic Modeling Considerations. Creation and Management of Materials. CAD Imports and Nonparametric Objects. BIM Data: The “I” in BIM. Quality Control. Knowledge Management. BIM Data and Specifications. BIM CONTENT TYPES. Walls. Roofs. Floors and Ceilings. Windows and Skylights. Doors. Stairs and Railings. Curtain Walls and Storefronts. Fixtures and Fittings. Lighting. Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Components. Site and Landscape Components. Detailing and Annotations. Constellations. Appendix. Index.

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BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design Francois Levy

978-0-470-59089-8 • Available December 2011 BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design is the only book of its kind. Each chapter addresses such specific topics as natural ventilation for cooling, passive solar heating, rainwater harvesting, building hydrology, and collaborating with consultants or other software users such as energy modelers. The book incorporates new information related to BIM, integrated practice, and sustainable design, as well as information on how designers can incorporate the latest technological tools when programming. • Addresses integrated design, as well as the following NAAB APR requirements: graphic skills, collaborative skills, site conditions, environmental systems, comprehensive design, and more • Makes a clear and practical connection between BIM and sustainability CONTENTS: BIM and Sustainable Design. Design Software. Site Analysis. Massing Analysis. Solar Geometry and Daylighting. Passive Cooling. Passive Heating. Onsite Energy Systems. Building Hydrology. Materials and Waste. Collaboration. Index.


ARCHITECTURE | ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

The Architect’s Studio Companion: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design, 5th Edition

Edward Allen, Joseph Iano 978-0-470-64191-0 • Available November 2011

NEW!

The Architect’s Studio Companion is the labor-saving design resource that architects and builders have relied on for years. Now in its fifth edition, this industry standard continues its reputation as a reliable tool for the preliminary selecting, configuring, and sizing of the structural, mechanical, and egress systems of a building. Bestselling authors Edward Allen and Joseph Iano reduce complex engineering and building code information to simple approximations that enable the designer to lay out the fundamental systems of a building in a matter of minutes and get on with the design.

• The most effective “time-saver” available, this reference brings together all of the information the designer needs in a simple and direct style • Updated with the latest information on sustainable design, and the most current building codes for the U.S. and Canada • New section on passive heating & cooling systems • Links to Internet resources throughout the book • New flexi-binding makes this handier than ever in the design studio • The only reference that so effectively incorporates building design with human factors DESIGNING WITH BUILDING CODES. DESIGNING THE STRUCTURE. Selecting the Structural System. Configuring the Structural System. Sizing the Structural System. DESIGNING WITH DAYLIGHT. Design Criteria for Daylighting Systems. Configuring & Sizing Daylighting Systems. DESIGNING SPACES FOR MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SERVICES. Selecting Heating & Cooling Systems for Large Buildings. Configuring & Sizing Mechanical & Electrical Services for Large Buildings. Passive Heating & Cooling Systems. Mechanical & Electrical Systems for Small Buildings. DESIGNING FOR EGRESS & ACCESSIBILITY. Configuring the Egress System & Providing Accessible Routes. Sizing the Egress System. Stairway & Ramp Design. DESIGN FOR PARKING. Design Criteria for Parking Facilities. Configuring Parking Facilities. Sizing Parking Facilities. DESIGNING WITH HEIGHT & AREA LIMITATIONS. Height & Area Limitations. Height & Area Tables. Appendices. Units of Conversion. Bibliography. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

NEW! Instructor Supplements Available

NEW! Instructor Supplements Available

Language of Space and Form: Generative Terms for Architecture James F. Eckler

978-0-470-61844-8 • Available January 2012 Finally: one resource that permits designers to use architectural terminology as a tool to generate ideas and inform their designs. Using doublepage spreads that fully explore each of the common terms used in space and form, the designer is engaged to apply the terms and create spaces and techniques for communicating their ideas. Designed to permit readers to grow as they master the design process, Language of Space and Form is meant to be a reference used throughout their education, from the beginning design studio to the studio practice. • Essential design studio reference • Cuts through the “arch-speak” so prevalent in the profession, so that readers can understand and use terminology to design better architectural spaces • Features over 190 terms that are illustrated with drawings, analyzed and cross-referenced to permit not only comprehension, but also generate ideas for design • Uses words to ask what an architectural element can be, instead of what it is CONTENTS: Terms of Process & Generation. Terms of Organization & Ordering. Terms of Operation & Experience. Terms of Objects & Assemblies. Terms of Representation & Communication. Bibliography. Index.

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The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, 4th Edition

Osamu A. Wakita, Richard M. Linde, Nagy R. Bakhoum 978-0-470-61815-8 • Available November 2011

The study and practice of architecture demands a working command of architectural drawing as a means of graphic communication. The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, Fourth Edition, documents the step-by-step evolution of a complete set of working drawings just the way it’s done in architectural offices across the country. Progression of the chapters mimics the way an architect creates working drawings, starting with site and foundation plans and progressing through elevations, building sections and other drawings. • Details the skills, concepts, principles and applications needed to create a complete set of working drawings • Includes coverage of Building Information Modeling and how it is changing the workflow of architects • Features hundreds of clear, detailed drawings that illustrate each step in the process • Offers five detailed case studies that focus on residential and light commercial projects • Includes increased coverage of sustainability throughout CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgements. PROFESSIONAL FOUNDATIONS: The Office. Standards and Techniques, Metrification, Hand Drafting and Computer Aided Drafting (CAD). BIM, REVIT & Human Concerns. Sustainable/Green Architecture. Construction Materials and Methods. Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents. DOCUMENT EVOLUTION: Site and Grading Plan. Floor Plan. Foundation and Roof Plans, Floor and Roof Framing Systems. Building Sections. Exterior and Interior Elevations. Schedules: Door, Window, and Finish. Architectural Details and Vertical Links (Stairs/Elevators). CASE STUDIES: Construction Documents for a One Story Conventionally Framed Residence-Wood. Construction Documents for a Wood Framed Residence-2 Story With Basement. Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Steel and Masonry Building-Theatre. Madison Steel Building. Tenant Improvements. Appendices.

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ARCHITECTURE | ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Materiality & Interior Construction NEW! Instructor Supplements Available

Jim Postell, Nancy Gesimondo

978-0-470-44544-0 • 2011

Materiality and Interior Construction imparts essential knowledge on how materials contribute to the construction and fabrication of floors, partitions, ceilings, and millwork, with thorough coverage of the important characteristics and properties of building materials and finishes. Individual coverage of the key characteristics of each material explores the advantages and disadvantages of using specific materials and construction assemblies, while helping readers discover how to make every building element count. Reliable and easy to use, this is a one-stop, comprehensive reference for hundreds of commonly used materials and their integration as building components—and an invaluable resource that every interior designer or architect should add to their set of tools. The book: • Is highly illustrated throughout to show material properties and building assemblies • Supplies rankings and information on the “green” attributes of each material so that designers can make informed decisions for specifications • Is organized by application for easy and quick access to information CONTENTS: WHY MATERIALS MATTER. Design Intentions. Historical Overview. What It’s Made of and How It’s Made. Environmentally Sustainable Design Considerations. Material Properties and Performance Characteristics. Applications. Installation Methods. Maintenance. Requirements. Relative Material Cost. Resources and Sources. FLOORING. Design Intentions. Circulation and Conveyance: Stairs, Ramps, and Slopes. Installation Methods. Maintenance Requirements. Relative Cost of Materials for Flooring. Flooring Materials. WALLS, PARTITIONS, AND VERTICAL COMPONENTS. Design Intentions. Walls and Partitions: Construction and Fabrication Types. Walls, Partitions, and Vertical Components: Materials. CEILINGS. Design Intentions. Ceilings: Construction and Fabrication Categories. Ceiling Materials. MILLWORK. Design Intentions. Interior Millwork: Materials. Interior Millwork Finishes. Hardware. Wood Joinery. Appendix. Notes. Glossary. Index.

Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, 6th Edition

Harold J. Rosen, Mark Kalin, Robert S. Weygant, John R. Regener

978-0-470-38036-9 • 2010

Construction Specifications Writing, 6th Edition uses real-world document examples that reflect current writing practices shaped by the well-established principles and requirements of major professional associations. Also included are guidelines for correct terminology, product selection, organization of specifications according to recognized CSI formats, and practical techniques for document production. This mainstay in the field offers comprehensive, practical guidance to understanding the purposes and processes for preparation of construction specifications. CONTENTS: Introduction. The Role of Specifications. Relationship between Drawings and Specifications. Organization of Specifications. The Project Manual and Specifications Sections. Formats for Specification Sections. Types of Specifications. Specifications Writing Principles. Bidding Requirements. General Conditions of the Contract. Supplementary Conditions of the Contract. Bonds, Guaranties, and Warranties. Division 01 - General Requirements. Modifications. Specifications Language. Specifications Resources. Product Selection. Specifications Writing Procedures. Master Guide Specifications. Computer-Assisted Specifications. Preliminary Project Description. Outline and Shortform Specifications. Green Specs/LEED Specs. Building Information Modeling. Appendices. Index.

Material Precedent G. P. Borden

978-0-470-47729-8 • 2010 The first book of its kind to focus on materiality from a design perspective, Material Precedent is masterfully presented, with an impressive collection of crisp line drawings along with historical, material, tectonic, and typological analysis of twentieth-century buildings, providing readers with detailed instruction that traces the traditions and trends of material as the defining premise in the making of architecture. The book examines structure, form, effect, detail, sustainability, and performance through the perspective of material application to provide a comprehensive analysis of the materiality of architecture. CONTENTS: Precedents. Detailed Precedents. Comparative Applications. Wood Projects. Masonry Projects. Concrete Projects. Glass Projects. Plastic Projects.

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Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition, An Abridgement of the 11th Edition

Charles George Ramsey, Harold Reeve Sleeper, Bruce Bassler

Instructor Supplements Available

978-0-470-08546-2 • 2008

Carefully abridged from the Eleventh Edition of Architectural Graphic Standards, this Student Edition features the same richly detailed graphics and text that have made Architectural Graphic Standards a classic, but updated and reorganized in a way that is relevant to today’s student. Thousands of illustrations and a rich index offer immediate access to hundreds of architectural elements, while the wide variety of topics covered makes this work relevant throughout a student’s architecture education and into the early stages of professional practice. CONTENTS: Introduction. BUILDING ELEMENTS. MATERIALS. ISSUES OF CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE. Appendices. Index. The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design, 3nd Edition

NEW!

The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design, 3rd Edition Sandra F. Mendler, William Odell, Mary Ann Lazarus 978-0-470-63506-3 • Available February 2012

As sustainable design has become more mainstream, all stakeholders are increasingly interested in the efficiencies offered by green design at all scales, from a single building to a site, a community and beyond. This Third Edition is fully updated throughout with emphasis on the importance and value of driving performance in planning, design, and operations of the built environment at all scales. The book: • Provides concise checklists of issues to consider at each stage of the design process, followed by detailed how-to guidance and performance metrics • Includes new information on carbon from construction through operations and scale with emphasis on the need for larger/urban scale • Contains all new case studies including large scale case studies

Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building Marian Keeler, Bill Burke

978-0-470-15293-5 • 2009

A rich sourcebook covering the breadth of environmental building, Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building introduces the student to the history, theory & technology of green building. Using an active learning approach, the concepts of sustainable architecture are explained & reinforced through design problems, research exercises, study questions, team projects, and discussion topics. CONTENTS: The Integrated Building Design Process. A History of the Environmental Movements. Modern International Conferences & Treaties. The Emergence of Green Building & Green Building Legislation. Sources of Chemicals in the Environment. Environmental Chemicals in Humans & Buildings. Indoor Air Quality Technologies—Green Design for Long-Term Occupant Health. Indoor Environmental Quality Issues. Introduction to Energy Issues: Use & Standards. Basic Energy Principles. Energy-Efficient Building Design: Residential & Small Commercial Buildings. Energy-Efficient Building Design: Nonresidential Buildings. Resource Effi ciency & Resource Use in Buildings. Materials Selection & Product Certification. Water Quality & Water Conservation. Sustainable Neighborhoods & Communities. Case Studies. Rating Systems & Practice Tools. Life Cycle Assessment. Waste Impacts & the Building Industry. Construction & Demolition Waste Management. Appendices. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

Architectural Detailing:

Function - Constructibility - Aesthetics, 2 nd Edition

Edward Allen, Patrick Rand

978-0-471-48817-0 • 2007

This edition of the industry standard on architectural detailing includes new sections covering analysis and modification of existing details and design of new details, both basic and advanced. Revised to address sustainability and to reflect the International Building Code®, Architectural Detailing continues to deliver reliable, insightful information on how to design details that will be water- and airtight, control the flows of heat and water vapor, adjust to all kinds of movement, age gracefully, be easy to construct, and still look good. CONTENTS: DETAIL PATTERNS. DETAIL DEVELOPMENT.

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ARCHITECTURE | UNIVERSAL DESIGN

NEW!

Universal Design: Designing Inclusive Environments

The Measure of Man and Woman: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition

Alvin R. Tilley, Henry Dreyfuss Associates 978-0-471-09955-0 • 2002

Edward Steinfeld, Jordana Maisel, Danise Levine

To work effectively—and successfully—designers must understand the various body shapes and physical abilities of the population for which they design. This text is the classic design resource authored by highly respected design firm, featuring more than 200 anthropometric drawings, reproduced in two colors for ease of reference.

The new standard text on the topic, Universal Design: Designing for Inclusive Environments introduces architects, designers of interiors, products, landscapes, and communities to the principles and practice of designing for all people. From the foundations of accessibility and aging to the practice of designing interiors, products, housing and transportation systems, all aspects of this growing field are explored. The book includes:

CONTENTS: Anthropometry. The Elderly. Seating. Residential Space Considerations. Maintenance Access. Safety at Work & at Home. Vehicular Accommodation. Displays. Manual Controls. The Environment. Appendices.

978-0-470-39913-2 • Available March 2012

ARCHITECTURE | BUILDING CODES

Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to

Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, 4th Edition

• Principles and knowledge bases relevant to many design problems • Policies & legislation related to ac- NEW! cessible design & universal design Francis D.K. Ching • Critical information about design978-0-470-90357-5 • Available March 2012 ing for the life span • Best practices examples to demonBuilding Codes Illustrated, Fourth Edition, is an accessible and strate the value of universal design trusted interpretive guide to the 2012 International Building Code® (IBC). Presenting information in a user-friendly visual CONTENTS: Barriers and their Social format, this handy reference helps readers understand how the Meaning. Defining Universal Design. code can be applied to a building. The book extracts the core Practicing Universal Design. Design for portions of the 2012 IBC that are most relevant for students. Human Performance. Design for Health and Wellness. Design for Social Participation. Public Accommodations. Housing. Home Modifications. Universal Design and the Interior Environment. Product Design. Public Transportation and Universal Design.

CONTENTS: Building Codes. Navigating the Code. Use and Occupancy. Special Uses and Occupancies. Building Heights and Areas. Types of Construction. Fire-Resistive Construction. Interior Finishes. FireProtection Systems. Means of Egress. Accessibility. Interior Environment. Energy Efficiency. Exterior Walls. Roof Assemblies. Structural Provisions. Structural Tests and Special Conditions. Soils and Foundations. Building Materials and Systems. Existing Structures. Bibliography. Index. WILEY • 2011-12 BOOKS FOR COURSES • ARCHITECTURE

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ARCHITECTURE | CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS & METHODS

NEW!

NEW!

Instructor Supplements Available

Instructor Supplements Available

Olin’s Construction:

Sustainable Construction:

Principles, Materials, and Methods, 9th Edition

Green Building Design and Delivery, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-54740-3 • Available December 2011

978-0-470-90445-9 • Available March 2012

This invaluable text covers nearly every principle, material, and method used to design and construct most residential and commercial buildings, including: concrete, steel, wood, masonry, plastics, doors & windows, glazed curtain walls, finishes, industry standards, codes, barrier-free design, siteworks, sound control, mechanical equipment, and much more. The most comprehensive text on the subject, Olin’s Construction Volumes 1 and 2 cover not only the materials and methods of building construction, but also building systems and equipment, utilities, properties of materials, and current design and contracting requirements.

Using the latest version 3.0 of U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system and other tools, Charles Kibert explains the best practices in building procurement and delivery systems. From materials selection to considering the use of natural systems for wastewater processing, this comprehensive text covers all of the factors involved with sustainable construction.

H. Leslie Simmons

• Organized by the newly updated MasterFormatTM 2004 Edition • More than 1200 illustration -- including more than 150 new images • Provides vital descriptive information on how to design buildings, detail components, specify materials & product, and avoid common pitfalls • Ninth Edition features new information on sustainability of buildings and construction management CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgments. Disclaimer. Design and Contracting Requirements.Existing Conditions. Concrete. Masonry. Metals. Wood, Plastics, and Composites. Thermal and Moisture Protection. Openings. Finishes. Specialties. Equipment. Furnishings. Special Construction. Conveying Systems. Fire Suppression. Plumbing. Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. Electrical. Communications. Electronic Safety and Security. Earthwork. Exterior Improvements. Utilities. Properties of Materials. The Metric System of Measurement.

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Charles Kibert

• Revised to reflect the latest developments of LEED 3.0, with new coverage on Carbon Neutral Design and Carbon Accounting • Up-to-date survey covers the new approach to delivering high performance “green” buildings in an easy-to-understand style • Designed to provide a detailed insight into the USGBC LEED building assessment standard as well as Green Globes and other international and domestic approaches to green building • Broad enough to cover the needs of faculty and students in architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, interior design, and construction management • Provides a reference for building owners and buyers of construction services to learn about a new emerging process that make both good economic sense but which are also environmentally sound Introduction & Overview. GREEN BUILDING FOUNDATIONS. Background. Green Building Assessment. The Green Building Process. Ecological Design. GREEN BUILDING SYSTEMS. Sustainable Sites & Landscaping. Energy & Atmosphere. The Building Hydrologic System. Closing Materials Loops. Indoor Environmental Quality. GREEN BUILDING IMPLEMENTATION. Construction Operations. Building Commissioning. Economic Analysis of Green Buildings. The Cutting Edge & Beyond. Appendices. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS & METHODS

Instructor Supplements Available

Fundamentals of Residential Construction, 3rd Edition

Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, 5th Edition

978-0-470-54083-1 • 2011

978-0-470-07468-8 • 2008

Edward Allen, Rob Thallon

Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition features the most up-to-date explanations of today’s residential construction systems. From foundation to roof and exterior finishes to interior details, this new edition thoroughly addresses the latest developments in materials and methods of house construction, including energy efficiency, framing, and roofing. • Includes more than 1,250 drawings and photographs, including new photorealistic illustrations • Provides authoritative coverage on wood light-frame construction, industrialized systems of construction, insulating concrete forms, light-gauge steel frame, panelized construction, and a new chapter on multifamily construction • Topics covered include: Plumbing, Building codes, Heating and cooling, Financing, Wiring, Foundations, and much more CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgements. CONTEXT: The Context for Construction. The Construction Community: Builders, Contractors, and Developers. The Design Community. MATERIALS: The Material Wood. Masonry. Concrete. WOOD LIGHT FRAME CONSTRUCTION. Rough Sitework. Foundations. Floor and Wall Framing. Roof Framing. Finishing the Roof. Windows and Exterior Doors. Finishing the Exterior Walls. Plumbing. Heating and Cooling. Electrical Wiring. Thermal Insulation. Fireplaces and Stoves. Interior Surfaces. Finishing the Interior. Finish Sitework. ALTERNATIVE CONSTRUCTION SYSTEMS: Multifamily Construction. Low-Tech Energy Construction. Loadbearing Masonry and Concrete Construction. Timber Frame Construction. Light-Gauge Steel Construction. Panelized Construction.

Edward Allen, Joseph Iano

Edward Allen and Joseph Iano’s Fundamentals of Building Construction covers the complete range of construction activities—from excavating and foundations to cladding and interior finishes—and examines common construction systems such as light wood frame, masonry bearing wall, steel frame, and reinforced concrete construction. This bestselling textbook provides the most up-to-date survey of the basic materials and methods used in building construction, and includes information on current topics such as: • The changing role of the construction contractor in the process of making buildings • Construction management and methods of project delivery • Controlling the movement of heat, air, and moisture through the building enclosure • Sustainability and green building techniques • Innovations in glass, concrete, wood, and other construction materials CONTENTS: Making Buildings. Foundations. Wood. Heavy Timber Frame Construction. Wood Light Frame Construction. Exterior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Interior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Brick Masonry. Stone and Concrete Masonry. Masonry Wall Construction. Steel Frame Construction. Light Gauge Steel Frame Construction. Concrete Construction. Sitecast Concrete Framing Systems. Precast Concrete Framing Systems. Roofing. Glass and Glazing. Windows and Doors. Designing Exterior Wall Systems. Cladding with Masonry and Concrete. Cladding with Metal and Glass. Selecting Interior Finishes. Interior Walls and Partitions. Finish Ceilings and Floors. Appendix. Glossary. Index.

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Green Building Materials: A Guide to Product Selection and Specification, 3rd Edition

Ross Spiegel, Dru Meadows Instructor Supplements Available

Building Construction Illustrated, 4th Edition Francis D.K. Ching 978-0-470-08781-7 • 2008

For nearly three decades, Francis D.K. Ching’s Building Construction Illustrated has offered an outstanding introduction to the principles of building construction. Its rich and comprehensive approach clearly presents all of the basic concepts underlying building construction and equips students with useful guidelines for approaching virtually any new materials or techniques they may encounter. Complete with more than 1,000 of Ching’s signature illustrations, the book moves through each of the key stages of the design process, from site selection to building components, mechanical systems, and finishes. • Illustrated throughout with clear and accurate drawings that present the state of the art in construction processes and materials • Includes the latest knowledge on sustainability, incorporation of building systems, and use of new materials • Reflects the most current building codes and CSI Master Format numbering scheme CONTENTS: Preface. The Building Site. The Building. Foundation Systems. Floor Systems. Wall Systems. Roof Systems. Moisture & Thermal Protection. Doors & Windows. Special Construction. Finish Work. Mechanical & Electrical Systems. Notes on Materials. Appendix. Bibliography. Index.

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978-0-470-53804-3 • 2011 Written by two nationally known experts on green building methods and materials, Green Building Materials offers in-depth, practical information on the product selection, product specification, and construction process.The book is an excellent hands-on guide to today’s newest range of green building materials and is organized by CSI MasterFormat® category for fast access to specific information. CONTENTS: Introduction. Why Use Green Building Materials? What Are Green Building Materials? How Does the Product Selection Process Work? Eco-Labeling, Green Standards, and Product Certification. How Does the Construction Process Work? Green Building Materials and Green Building Programs. Conclusion. Appendices. Glossary.

Alternative Construction:

Contemporary Natural Building Methods

Lynne Elizabeth, Cassandra Adams 978-0-471-71938-0 • 2005

Covering a broad range of options for natural building, this book examines straw bale, light clay, cob, adobe, rammed earth and pisé, earthbag, earth-sheltered, bamboo, and hybrid systems for residential and low-rise commercial structures. Over thirty well-known experts on each building system have contributed core chapters that explore the history, development, environmental benefits, and engineering and building code requirements for each method. CONTENTS: Part I: DESIGN PRINCIPLES. Part II: SYSTEMS AND MATERIALS. Part III: APPLICATIONS. Epilogue: Finding the Soul of Natural Building (Tom Bender). Appendices. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | STRUCTURES

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Structure for Architects: A Primer

Ramsey Dabby, Ashwani Bedi 978-0-470-63376-2 • Available November 2011 Structure for Architects explains the fundamental structural concepts required for architects and architectural technologists using a highly illustrated approach and real-world examples. With an intuitive, easy-to-read and graphicallyfriendly format, the book is meant for the visual thinker and those that think conceptually. The intuitive approach demystifies structural principles by showing them in the context of everyday situations. Eschewing complicated mathematics, just enough technical information is presented so the reader will not be intimidated by detailed engineering. • Illustrated throughout with drawings, photographs and diagrams to demonstrated the fundamental concepts of structural design using everyday examples of forces and loads • In addition to introducing key concepts, covers the basics of structural design and looks at steel, reinforced concrete, and wood design, as well as a summary of structural forms Architects, Engineering and Design. Stability vs. Strength. Loads. States of Stress. Forces, Movement, Levers and Moment. Stability and Equilibrium. Concurrent Forces and Force Resolution. Supports, Reactions and Restraint of Movement. Load Distribution. Introduction to Beams. Framing Systems and Load Tributary Areas. Shear and Moment Diagrams for Beams. Stress, Strain and Properties of Materials. Introduction to Columns. Frames, Rigidity and Lateral Resistance Systems. Introduction to Trusses. Structural Walls. Soils and Rock. Foundations. Appendices.

Building Structures, 3rd Edition

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-54260-6 • Available October 2011 This highly readable reference takes a conceptual approach without complicated mathematics. Looking at the role of the structure as a building subsystem, Building Structures, Third Edition offers the fundamentals of computational methods for design of wood, steel, and reinforced concrete structures. This go-to guide is perfect for non-engineers to understand and visualize structural design. • Updated to include consideration of the LRFD Method of design, sustainable construction and integration of BIM • Includes new case studies and profusely illustrated throughout with drawings and photographs • Includes a Glossary, as well as additional example computations and exercise problems • Perfect aid for studying the relevant portions of the ARE exam Preface. Introduction. Basic Concepts. Investigation of Structures. Structural Elements. Wood Structures. Steel Structures. Concrete Structures. Masonry Structures. Building Foundations and Site Structures. Lateral Force Effects. Building Structures Design Examples. Appendices. Glossary. References. Index.

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PARKER/AMBROSE SERIES OF SIMPLIFIED DESIGN GUIDES No architect’s education would be complete without a basic understanding of how structures respond to the action of forces and how these forces affect the performance of various building material. The Parker/Ambrose Series of Simplified Design Guides has been providing students with simple, concise solutions to common structural and environmental design problems for over seven decades.

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Simplified Engineering for Architects & Builders, 11th Edition

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny

978-0-470-43627-1 • 2010

Long considered a standard in the field, this perennial bestseller provides a clear, accessible presentation of the engineering information that is essential for architects and builders. Offering a concise, highly readable introduction to the investigation and design of ordinary structures for buildings—including information on structural analysis, materials, and systems—this edition includes: • The latest building and material codes • A fresh look at the LRFD method as well as the ASD method of structural design • A revised section on the principles of structural mechanics for the latest generation of designers and builders • Essential formulas for the solution of structural problems • More than 200 descriptive illustrations

Simplified Design of Wood Structures, 6th Edition

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-18784-5 • 2009

CONTENTS: Structural Uses of Wood. Design Issues & Methods. Structural Investigation. Design Data & Criteria. Beam Functions. Behavior of Beams. Design of Beams. Wood Decks. Wood Columns. Connections for Wood Structures. Trusses. Miscellaneous Wood Products & Elements. Wood Structures for Lateral Bracing. General Considerations for Building Structures. Building Design Examples. Appendices. Glossary. References. Index.

Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, 8th Edition

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-04414-8 • 2007

CONTENTS: Preface. Structural Use of Concrete. Considerations for Production to Concrete. General Requirements for Reinforced Concrete Structures. Investigation & Design of Reinforced Concrete. Load & Resistance Factor Design (LRFD). Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members. Shear in Concrete Structures. Anchorage & Development of Reinforcement. Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. Concrete Columns. Column & Beam Frames. Concrete Walls. Foundations. Miscellaneous Concrete Structures. General Considerations for Building Structures. Building Structures: Design Examples. Glossary. Study Aids. Answers to Exercise Problems. References. Index.

Simplified Design of Steel Structures, 8 Edition

CONTENTS: Introduction. FUNDAMENTAL FUNCTIONS OF STRUCTURES. Investigation of Forces, Force Systems, Loading, and Reactions. Investigation of Axial Force Actions. Investigation of Structures for Shear and Bending. Structural Systems and Planning. WOOD th CONSTRUCTION. Wood Spanning Elements. Wood James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny Columns. Connections for Wood Structures. Steel Instructor Structural Products. Steel Beams and Framing Elements. Supplements 978-0-470-08631-5 • 2007 Available Steel Columns and Frames. Bolted Connections for CONTENTS: Introduction. Considerations for Use Steel Structures. Light-Gage Formed Steel Structures. of Steel. Structural Investigation and Design. Horizontal-Span CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. Reinforced Concrete Framing Systems. Steel Columns. Frame Bents. Miscellaneous Structures. Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. Concrete Steel Components and Systems. Horizontal-Span Steel Trusses. Columns and Frames. Foundations. STRUCTURAL Steel Connections. General Considerations for Building Structures. SYSTEMS FOR BUILDINGS. Building One. Building Two. Building Three. Appendices. Glossary. References. Index. Building Structures: Design Examples. Appendices. Terms. References. Index.

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Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design Francis D. K. Ching, Barry S. Onouye, Douglas Zuberbuhler 978-0-470-18785-2 • 2009

Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design takes a new approach to structural design, showing how structural systems of a building—such as an integrated assembly of elements with pattern, proportions, and scale—are related to the fundamental aspects of architectural design. With thorough coverage of formal and spatial composition, program fit, coordination with other building systems, code compliance, and others, the book enables students to make informed decisions for architectural design and is illustrated throughout with Francis D.K. Ching’s signature line drawings to present the essential presence of structural systems in buildings. This essential book features: • A one-stop guide to structural design in practice • Treatment of structural design as part of the entire building design process • An overview of the historical development of architectural materials and structures CONTENTS: Preface. Building Structures. Structural Patterns. Horizontal Spans. Vertical Dimensions. Lateral Stability. Long-Span Structures. High-Rise Structures. Systems Integration. Bibliography. Index.

Form and Forces: Designing Efficient, Expressive Structures

Edward Allen, Waclaw Zalewski 978-0-470-17465-4 • 2008

Form and Forces offers a fresh, new approach to the study of structures. Emphasizing graphics rather than mathematics and rote learning, Form and Forces teaches statics and strength of materials in the context of a set of projects that involve students in the entire process of designing elegant, long-span structures, from concept generation to detailing and planning for construction. Students engage in such projects as a hanging roof for a transportation terminal, a concrete shell roof for a basketball arena, and other fascinating, real-world designs. As they pursue these projects, students learn each fundamental structural design technique as it is needed, in the context in which it is useful, making it easy to remember and employ the principles discussed, including: • • • • •

Statics Bending and buckling behavior Finding form and forces for long-span structures Beam and column formulas The choice and layout of framing systems

CONTENTS: Designing a Series of Suspension Footbridges. Designing a Suspended Roof. Designing a Concrete Cylindrical Shell Roof. Master Lesson: Designing a Trussed Roof. Designing a Building on a Vertical Site. Designing with Multipanel Trusses. Designing a Fanlike Roof. Designing Unreinforced Masonry. Master Lesson: Designing a Concrete Shell Roof for a Grandstand. Designing Efficient Trusses. Designing Restraints for Funicular Structures. Designing Shell and Membrane Structures. Structural Materials. Master Lesson: Designing with the Flow of Forces. Designing a Bay of Framing. Bending Actions on Beams. How Beams Resist Bending. Bending Resistance in Beams of Any Shape. Designing Columns, Frames, and Load-Bearing Walls. Designing a Sitecast Concrete Building. Master Lesson: Designing in Precast Concrete. Designing an Entrance Canopy. Afterword. Index. WILEY • 2011-12 BOOKS FOR COURSES • ARCHITECTURE

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ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS

Interactive Structures:

Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD Shahin Vassigh

978-0-470-26269-6 • 2008 Using three-dimensional computer generated models, animations, audio narration, and interactive quizzes, this unique product explains the fundamentals of structural behavior and analysis in an easy-to-understand manner. Interactive Structures utilizes a multimedia format that permits students to draw a direct relationship between structural analysis theory and its practical application within existing buildings. Twenty-four building structures designed by renowned architects are also modeled to show the variety of structural types and behavior.

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G. Z. Brown, Mark DeKay 978-0-470-94578-0 • Available March 2012

Structural Design: A

Practical Guide for Architects, 2nd Edition

James R. Underwood, Michele Chiuini 978-0-471-78904-8 • 2008

Approaching structural design from the viewpoint of a practicing architect, Structural Design, Second Edition is a comprehensive guide to the conceptual and practical underpinnings of basic building design and technology. It addresses structures on both a conceptual and numerical level. Basic principles, as well as structural solutions, are visually reinforced with numerous architectural drawings and photographs. CONTENTS: Understanding Loads. Steel Bending Systems. Steel Axially-Loaded Systems. Steel Combined Systems. Steel Connections. Part Two: Wood. Wood Bending Systems. Wood Axially-Loaded Members. Wood Combined Systems. Wood Connections. Wood Special Systems. Part Three: Reinforced Concrete (R/C). R/C Bending Members. R/C Axially-Loaded Members. R/C Connections. R/C Special Systems. Part Four: Masonry. Masonry Axially Loaded Members.

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This fully updated Third Edition covers principles of designing buildings that use the sun for heating, wind for cooling, and daylight for natural lighting. A practical handbook with over 600 illustrations and companion CD-ROM, this book offers practical strategies that give the designer the tools they need to make energy efficient buildings. Some of the material in this edition includes containing climate data, analyses for thirty-three cities, a demo version of the Energy Scheming software program. • The most comprehensive and useful design tool to help architects think about energy issues at the beginning of the design process • Organized to quickly guide the designer in making buildings respond to the sun, wind and light CONTENTS: Introduction. ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES. Climate as a Context. Program and Use. Form and Envelope. Combining Climate, Program, and Form. Electric and Hot Water Loads. DESIGN STRATEGIES. Building Groups. Buildings. Building Parts. STRATEGIES FOR SUPPLEMENTING PASSIVE SYSTEMS. Appendices. Glossary. Bibliography. Indexes.

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LIGHTING DESIGN BASICS, 2

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Lighting Design Basics, 2nd Edition

Mark Karlen, James R. Benya 978-0-470-47427-3 • Available December 2011

Lighting Design Basics offers essential knowledge of this complex subject in a concise, highly visual format. Two leading practicing designers, with decades of experience, present straightforward coverage of lighting design concepts, techniques, and realistic goals to guide new designers and students through the process of creating simple, typical lighting designs and effectively collaborating with professional designers on more complex projects. Design scenarios illustrate real-world case studies for illuminating residential and commercial spaces. Each scenario includes an in-depth rationale for the proposed solution, insightful lighting distribution diagrams, floor plans, and details for lighting installation and construction. The book contains: • Design scenarios for more than twenty different kinds of spaces • Concise, highly graphic treatment of complex subjects • Updated and revised to consider the latest methods and equipment, sustainable lighting design, and features expanded illustrations • Exercises focused on the development of lighting design skills in preparation for working on actual lighting design projects, as well as the NCIDQ and NCARB exams CONTENTS: Introduction. Basic Concepts in Lighting. Qualities of Light Sources. Daylighting. Lamps. Luminaires. Lighting controls. Quantity of Light. Lighting Design Approach. Documenting Lighting Design. Basic Residential Lighting Design. Basic Workspace (office) Lighting Design. Basic School Lighting Design. Basic Health Care Lighting Design. Basic Hospitality Lighting Design. Basic Lighting for Common Spaces. Basic Outdoor Lighting Design. Basic Lighting Retrofitting. Professional Lighting Design

Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics: Sustainable

Design Methods for Architects

Norbert M. Lechner

978-1-118-01475-2 • Available November 2011 The building systems related to plumbing, electricity, acoustics, fire protection and vertical transportation are critical to almost every building, and essential for the architect to understand. The detailed guide makes these topics simpler, providing complete coverage of topics that include issues of water conservation, non-traditional sanitary and storm water drainage systems, and the energy impact of a building’s transportation systems. Organized in Lechner’s straightforward style, each chapter starts with a short historic overview, followed by an explanation of basic concepts, along with numerous guidelines help the architect’s decision making. • Clearly explains crucial building systems for designers, through choices for decision-making, supplemented with illustrations throughout • Complements design guides to HVAC by covering electricity, water supply, drainage, and acoustics CONTENTS: Electricity – Basic Concepts. Electrical Distribution In Buildings. Plumbing – Water Supply. Drainage. Architectural Acoustics. Fire Protection. Conveyance Systems in Buildings. Resources.

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Mechanical & Electrical Equipment for Buildings, 11th Edition

Walter T. Grondzik, Alison G. Kwok, Benjamin Stein, John S. Reynolds 978-0-470-19565-9 • 2010

For more than seven decades, this text has been the preeminent teaching and practice reference for building environmental control systems. With over 2,200 drawings and photographs—more than 200 of them new to this edition—the Eleventh Edition covers basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedures for buildings of all sizes, and also provides information on the latest technologies, emerging design trends, and updated codes. • Increased attention placed on mitigating environmental impacts, in both off-site and on-site resources • Case studies showing successful integration of design strategies • Discussions of “why” and “how to,” which help the reader better understand concepts and applications • Discussions of computer-based design simulations, incorporating an appreciation of hand calculation skills CONTENTS: Preface. DESIGN CONTEXT. Design Process. Environmental Resources. Sites and Resources. Comfort and Design Strategies. Indoor Air Quality. THERMAL CONTROL. Solar Geometry and Shading Devices. Heat Flow. Designing For Heating and Cooling. HVAC for Smaller Buildings. Large Building HVAC Systems. ILLUMINATION. Lighting Fundamentals. Light Sources. Lighting Design Process. Daylighting Design. Electric Lighting Design. Electric Lighting Applications. ACOUSTICS: Fundamentals of Architectural Acoustics. Sound in Enclosed Spaces. Building Noise Control. WATER AND WASTE. Water and Basic Design. Water Supply. Liquid Waste. Solid Waste. FIRE PROTECTION. ELECTRICITY. Principles of Electricity. Electrical Systems and Materials. Service and Utilization. Electrical Systems and Materials. Wiring and Raceways. Electric Wiring Design. Photovoltaic Systems. SIGNAL SYSTEMS. TRANSPORTATION. Vertical Transportation: Passenger Elevators. Vertical Transportation. Special Topics. Moving Stairways and Walks. Appendices. Index.

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Lighting Retrofit & Relighting: A Guide to Green Lighting Solutions

James R. Benya, Donna J. Leban 978-0-470-56841-5 • 2011

From lighting technology to retrofit financial analysis,this book evaluates the latest lighting system types, then demonstrates how to apply them for the greatest functional and cost-saving benefit. It discusses the recent advances in lighting equipment and retrofittable controls, for both interior and outdoor use, and also includes case studies of retrofits. CONTENTS: THE SAVINGS POTENTIAL IN COMMON LIGHTING SYSTEMS. Linear Fluorescent System. Incandescent, Compact Fluorescent, and Solid State Systems. High Intensity Discharge Systems. Special Applications Lighting. LIGHTING RETROFIT PROCESS. Retrofit Project Qualification. Data Collection and Field Audit. Lighting Engineering and Evaluation. Bidding, Construction, and Commissioning. Economic Evaluation. Appendices. Index.

Environmental Issues for Architecture Instructor Supplements Available

David Lee Smith 978-0-470-49709-8 • 2010

Comprehensive and broad in scope, this guide delivers solid fundamentals from a historical perspective, covering environmental design topics that range from lighting, acoustics, thermal control, and plumbing to fire protection egress, elevators, and escalators. It shows how the interconnection between science and aesthetics holds the key to creating buildings that are structurally enduring and socially responsible. This book: • Gives an understanding of the principles of various environmental issues without getting bogged down in engineering specifics • Is illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings • Enables designers to communicate & coordinate effectively with specialists in HVAC, electrical systems, lighting, plumbing, and acoustics CONTENTS: Introduction. Lighting Principles. Lighting Calculations. Daylighting. Acoustics. The Thermal Environment. Thermal Calculations. Historic Review. ECS Design Intentions. Environmental Control Systems. Plumbing. Electricity. Fire Protection & Egress. Elevators & Escalators. Index.

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Heating, Cooling, Lighting:

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The Building Environment:

Sustainable Design Methods for Architects, 3rd Edition

Norbert Lechner 978-0-470-04809-2 • 2009

For years, Heating, Cooling, Lighting has supplied students with the strategies needed for initial design decisions for building systems. The book looks at how to design the form of the building itself to take advantage of natural heating, cooling, and lighting and how to best utilize active mechanical equipment to satisfy the needs not provided by nature. CONTENTS: Heating, Cooling, and Lighting as Form-Givers in Architecture. Sustainable Design. Basic Principles. Thermal Comfort. Climate. Solar Geometry. Passive Solar. Photovoltaics and Active Solar. Shading. Passive Cooling. Site Design and Community Planning. Lighting. Daylighting. Electric Lighting. The Thermal Envelope: Keeping Warm and Staying Cool. Mechanical Equity for Heating and Cooling. Case Studies. Appendix

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Active & Passive Control Systems, 3rd Edition

Vaughn Bradshaw

978-0-471-68965-2 • 2006 From active HVAC systems to passive methods, lighting to on-site power generation, this book explains how to strategically plan for and incorporate effective, efficient systems in today’s buildings. It covers the underlying thermal theories and thermodynamic principles and focuses on design that enhances the building environment and minimizes the impact on the world’s environment. CONTENTS: THERMAL CONTROL CONCEPTS. Human Comfort and Health Conditions. Thermodynamic Principles. Thermal Dynamics of Buildings. Load Calculations. THERMAL CONTROL SYSTEMS. A Building’s Thermal Impact On The Environment. Active HVAC Systems. Passive Methods. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS. Lighting. Normal Electrical Services. On-Site Power Generation. Special Systems. OTHER PIPED SYSTEMS. Plumbing. Fire Protection. RELATED SUPPORT SERVICES. Architectural Acoustics. Building Commissioning. Design Economics. Appendices. Index.

Architectural Lighting Design, 3rd Edition

Interior Lighting for Designers, 4th Edition

Gary Steffy

978-0-470-11249-6 • 2008 This book is the one source for all the technical skills, aesthetic fundamentals, and practical knowledge needed to design efficient, sustainable interior and exterior lighting for every type of building. This edition boasts more than one-quarter new material, including discussions about sustainability, lighting details, and the assessment of manufacturers’ product data, as well as more than 220 photographs. CONTENTS: Background. The Problem. Project Scope. Design Goals. Criteria / Spatial Factors. Criteria / Systems Factors. Criteria / Psychological and Physiological Factors. Criteria / Task Factors. Daylighting. Lamps. Luminaries. Controls. Design Tools. Construction. Index.

Gary Gordon Instructor Supplements Available

978-0-471-44118-2 • 2003

Written by one of the world’s masters of architectural lighting design, this book clearly and concisely describes the same steps in the lighting design process that a professional follows in practice. The book covers lighting terminology, perception, general design strategies, and much more. CONTENTS: Perception. Psychology. Brightness. Color. Daylight. Incandescent Lamps. Discharge Lamps. Auxiliary Equipment. Light Control. Photometrics. Electricity. Luminaires. Design.

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PROBLEM SEEKING: AN ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMMING PRIMER, 5TH EDITION

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Problem Seeking:

978-0-470-53972-9 • Available October 2011

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Charles Kibert, Anna Peterson, Leslie P. Thiele, Martha C. Monroe Because sustainability ultimately rests on ethics, this groundbreaking book is a crucial link in extending sustainability from a mere intellectual exercise to a broader spectrum. Working Toward Sustainability develops a comprehensive ethical foundation for sustainability by bringing nine ethical principles together in a cohesive manner to provide the needed ethical arguments that support this important concept. Each chapter is supported by case studies, exercises and other pedagogy. • Comprehensive introduction to the ethics of sustainability for those in the technical fields– whether construction, engineering, the sciences, architecture or design • Fills the gap in knowledge between sustainability in technological developments and the ethical arguments that support it • Cohesive approach from a team of experts in their fields. Charles J. Kibert is the author of the leading book on its subject, Sustainable Construction • Text does not get bogged down in philosophical jargon, but rather supports its principles using case studies, exercises, and support material • Includes illustrations throughout to help bring the concepts to life CONTENTS: Introduction. A Context for Sustainability. The Technology Challenge. Introduction to Ethical Concepts. Social Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Environmental Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Economic Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Integrating the Three Legs of Sustainability. Improving Our Thinking about Sustainability. The Process of Changing Behavior. Creating Change With Groups. Applying an Ethic Sustainability. Case Study: The Ford Motor Company. A Final Critque. References. End Notes.

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An Architectural Programming Primer, 5th Edition

978-1-118-08414-4 • Available February 2012 Architectural programming is a team effort that requires close cooperation between architects and their clients. The leading essential guide to architectural programming, which educators have turned to for more than 40 years, Problem Seeking lays out a five-step procedure that teams can follow when programming any building or series of buildings, from a small house to a hospital complex. This simple yet comprehensive process encompasses the entire range of factors that influence the design of buildings. • Incorporates new information related to BIM, integrated practice, and sustainable design when programming • Updated with information on how designers can incorporate the latest technological tools when programming • Easy-to-understand drawings and photos are updated as well CONTENTS: PROBLEM SEEKING. An Architectural Programming Primer. HOW TO USE THE METHOD. Definitions and Examples. Programming Procedures. Programming Activities. Useful Techniques. Selected Bibliography. Index. About the Authors.

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The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide Construction Specifications Institute 978-0-470-63518-6 • 2011

The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide presents a thorough overview of standard contract documents and their use in successfully administering construction projects. Advice on effective communications, the terms and contents of standard agreements, project forms and their use for communications and documentation, and compliance with codes and regulations are among the subjects addressed. This easy-to-follow guide: CONTENTS: Introduction to Construction Contract Administration. Roles and Responsibilities. Preconstruction. Meetings. Submittals. Site Visits, Observations, and Inspections. Quality Assurance and Quality Control. Interpretations and Modifications. Executing the Work. Claims and Disputes. Measurement and Payment. Project Closeout. Developing A Construction Contract Administration Guide. Summary. Index.

The CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide Construction Specifications Institute 978-0-470-63520-9 • 2011

The CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide is focused on the roles and responsibilities of the specifications professional in meeting the challenges of the changing world of construction. In this volume, guidelines on topics like writing quality construction specifications and product selection are meshed with best practices for managing project information, working with Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Project Delivery, and writing sustainable design specifications. Other material covered in this guide includes: CONTENTS: Introduction. Practices. Language. Methods. Formats. Agreements. Conditions. Division 01-General Requirements. Coordinating Drawings and Specifications. Procurement and Contract Document Modifications. Master Guide Specifications. Shortform Specifications. Performance Specifying. Specifying for the Purchase of Goods. Specifying for Federal Agencies. Warranties. Construction Bonds. Construction Insurance. Index.

The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide

Construction Specifications Institute 978-0-470-63519-3 • 2010

The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide offers general information all construction professionals need for understanding their roles in the delivery of a construction project. Key principles are presented and discussed in detail to allow the reader to take full advantage of material covered in depth by the more specialized CSI Practice Guides. This easy-to-follow guide: CONTENTS: Introduction to The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide. Stakeholders and Participants. Facility Life Cycle. Codes, Regulations, and Standards. Contracts and Legal Issues. Project Planning. Project Delivery. Design. Design Documents. Product Selection and Evaluation. Construction Documents. Procurement. Construction. Facility Management. Index. WILEY • 2011-12 BOOKS FOR COURSES • ARCHITECTURE

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Guide to the LEED Green Associate Exam Michelle Cottrell 978-0-470-60829-6 • 2010

Here is the ideal study guide for understanding and preparing for the LEED® Green Associate exam. Written by an expert who is a LEED consultant and partner at Green Education Services—a premier LEED exam preparation provider—Guide to the LEED® Green Associate Exam engages readers by breaking down difficult concepts in sustainable design and engineering in a clearly organized, straightforward manner that helps streamline the learning process. CONTENTS: Introduction. RAMPING UP: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Introduction to the Concepts & Process of Sustainable Design. Third Party Verification. Understanding LEED. The LEED Certification Process Summarized. DIVING IN: THE STRATEGIES & TECHNOLOGIES OF LEED: Sustainable Sites. Water Efficiency. Energy & Atmosphere. Materials & Resources. Indoor Environmental Quality. Innovation in Design & Regional Priority. STUDY TIPS & APPENDICES.

Guide to Green Building Rating Systems:

Linda Reeder

Understanding LEED, Green Globes, ENERGY STAR, the National Green Building Standard, & More

The Architecture Student’s Handbook of Professional Practice, 14th Edition American Institute of Architects 978-0-470-08869-2 • 2009

Not simply an abridged or adapted student edition of The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice, Fourteenth Edition, this book has been specifically developed for today’s architecture students. Some content is taken directly from The Architect’s Handbook, some is edited or condensed, and, significantly, unique content has been developed only for students. The Architecture Student’s Handbook has a particular emphasis on integrated practice and integrated project delivery, with new content on research and evidence-based design that does not appear in The Architect’s Handbook. Content is organized in four parts: • The Profession: the concepts of professionalism and professional development • Practice: developing and operating a practice as well as client relations • The Project: the construction, management, and closeout of projects • Contracts and Agreements: AIA Contract Documents

978-0-470-40194-1 • 2010 Guide to Green Building Rating Systems informs readers about the rating system selection process. Comparing essential issues such as cost, ease of use, and building performance, this book offers solid guidance that will help readers find the rating system that best fits their needs. CONTENTS: Residential Rating Systems: A Comparison. Commercial Rating Systems: A Comparison. Energy Star for Residential Projects. LEED for Homes. NAHB Model Green Home Building Guidelines. National Green Building Standard. Local & Regional Residential Programs. Energy Star for Commercial Buildings. Green Globes. LEED for Commercial New Construction. Local & Commercial Programs. International Rating Systems.

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CONTENTS: THE PROFESSION. Professional Life. Legal Dimensions of Practice. Professional Development. PRACTICE. Developing a Practice. Running a Practice. THE PROJECT. Project Definition. Project Development. Project Delivery. Project Management. Building Codes and Regulations. CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS . Types of Agreements. AIA Contract Documents. Appendices. Index.

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Professional Practice 101:

Business Strategies and Case Studies in Architecture, 2nd Edition Andrew Pressman, Thomas Fisher 978-0-471-68366-7 • 2006

This book offers a wealth of practical knowledge about the operation of an architectural practice. Its topics include project management, firm organization, legal issues, marketing, risk management, professional liability insurance, design and information technology, and much more. The breadth of case studies from nationally-renowned contributors in the field adds depth and richness to the text. CONTENTS: Practice, Practice, Practice. Do the Right Thing. The Firm: Commodity and Delight. Project Management. Making a (Financial) Statement. To Market, To Market. Laws and Order. Risky Business. New Modes of Service & Project Delivery. Nontraditional Practice. Social Responsibilities.

Architectural Research Methods Linda Groat, David Wang 978-0-471-33365-4 • 2001

This book offers a survey of architectural research methods--the tools of technical, aesthetic, and environmental-behavioral inquiry that go into the creation of the built information. It covers a variety of methods, including quantitative and qualitative analysis, and includes practical examples of how research has been used by design firms from the inception of a project to its completion. CONTENTS: Ways of Knowing. Literature Review. Theory in Relation to Method. Design in Relation to Research. Interpretive - Historical Research. Qualitative Research in Architecture. Correlational Research. Experimental Research. Simulation & Modeling Research. Logical Argumentation. Case Study & Mixed Methods Research. Epilogue.

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Scripting Cultures: Architectural Design and Programming Mark Burry

978-0-470-74641-7 • Available August 2012

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With scripting, computer programming becomes integral to the digital design process. It provides unique opportunities for innovation, enabling the designer to customize the software around their own predilections and modes of working. Though scripting is not new to design, it is only recently that it has started to be regarded as integral to the designer’s skill set rather than a technical specialty. This book treats scripting not only as a technical challenge, requiring clear description, guidance and training, but also, and more crucially, answers the question as to why designers should script in the first place, and what the cultural and theoretical implications are. Scripting Cultures: • Investigates the application of scripting for productivity, experimentation and design speculation • Features projects and commentary from over 30 contemporary scripting leaders CONTENTS: Scripting cultures. Contextual summary of computing, scripting and speculative design. Cultural defence. Resources. Dimensions. Scripted productivity: Gaudí’s rose windows. Composition and form. Simplifying complexity for fabrication. Scripting narrative space: Our World and The Third Policeman. Performative scripting. Cultural account: scripting and shifts in authorship. Glossary. Scripting tools. Recommended reading. Index. Picture credits. WILEY • 2011-12 BOOKS FOR COURSES • ARCHITECTURE

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Mathematics of Space: Architectural Design

PRECEDENTS IN ARCHITECTURE: ANALYTIC DIAGRAMS, FORMATIVE IDEAS, AND PARTIS, 4TH EDITION

George Legendre NEW!

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Diagrams, Formative Ideas, & Partis, 4th Edition

Roger H. Clark, Michael Pause

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With insight from a top-notch list of contributors, Mathematics of Space discusses how the advent of computation and information technology has affected the work of contemporary architects. The book explores fascinating issues in modern design, most importantly the impact of mathematics on contemporary design creativity.

978-0-470-94674-9 • Available February 2012

Precedents in Architecture provides students with a foundation for understanding architecture and creating their own designs through the examination of works by internationally known architects. A unique diagrammatic technique is used to analyze over 100 existing buildings and illustrate meaningful architectural concepts. Students become familiar thinking in terms of parti- the assumptions behind an architectural design and the choices made when realizing that design.

The Architect’s Brain:

• The new edition includes coverage of fourteen new buildings by well-known and emerging architects from around the world • Provides a vocabulary for architectural analysis that helps students understand the works of leading architects • Readers will find valuable guidance in analyzing architectural history as an evolutionary process by exploring the commonality of design ideas reflected in a broad range of structures by internationally renowned architects

Harry Francis Mallgrave

CONTENTS: Introduction. ANALYSIS. Alvar Aalto. Tadao Ando. Erik Gunnar Asplund. Stephane Beel. Peter Q. Bohlin. Mario Botta. Filippo Brunelleschi. David Chipperfield. Sverre Fehn. Romaldo Giurgola. Nicholas Hawksmoor. Herzog & de Meuron. Steven Holl. Toyo Ito. Louis I. Kahn. Tom Kundig. Le Corbusier. Claude Nicholas Ledoux. Sigurd Lewerentz. Edwin Lutyens. Brian MacKay-Lyons. Richard Meier. Rafael Moneo. Charles Moore.Glenn Murcutt. Jean Nouvel. Andreas Palladio. Thomas Phifer. Henry Hobson Richardson. Alvaro Siza. James Stirling. Louis Sullivan. Yoshio Taniguchi. Giuseppe Terrangi. Ludwg Mies van der Rohe. Robert Venturi. Frank Lloyd Wright. PeterZumthor. FORMATIVE IDEAS. Plan to Section or Elevation. Unit to Whole. Repetitive to Unique. Additive and Subtractive. Symmetry and Balance. Geometry. Configuration Patterns. Progressions. Reduction. INDEX.

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Neuroscience, Creativity, & Architecture 978-0-470-65825-3 • 2011

The Architect’s Brain is the first book to consider the relationship between the neurosciences and architecture, offering a compelling and provocative study in the field of architectural theory. New in paperback, it looks at architectural thought through the lens of the remarkable insights of contemporary neuroscience, particularly as they have advanced within the last decade. CONTENTS: HISTORICAL ESSAYS. The Humanist Brain. The Enlightened Brain. The Sensational Brain. The Transcendental Brain. The Animate Brain. The Empathetic Brain. The Gestalt Brain. The Neurological Brain. The Phenomenal Brain. NEUROSCIENCE AND ARCHITECTURE. Anatomy: Architecture of the Brain. Ambiguity: Architecture of Vision. Metaphor: Architecture of Embodiment. Hapticity: Architecture of the Senses. Epilogue: The Architect’s Brain. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index.

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ARCHITECTURE | THEORY & INSPIRATION

An Introduction to Architectural Theory: 1968 to the Present

Harry Francis Mallgrave, David Goodman

The Post-Modern Reader, 2nd Edition Charles Jencks

978-0-470-74866-4 • 2010

978-1-4051-8062-7 • 2011

A sharp and lively text that covers issues in depth but not to the point that they become inaccessible to beginning students, An Introduction to Architectural Theory is the first narrative history of this period, charting the veritable revolution in architectural thinking that has taken place, as well as the implications of this intellectual upheaval. The book surveys the intellectual history of architecture since 1968, including criticisms of high modernism, the rise of postmodern and poststructural theory, critical regionalism and tectonics. CONTENTS: Part I: 1970s. Pars Destruens: 1968–1973. The Crisis of Meaning. Early Postmodernism. Modernism Abides. 1980s. Part II: 1980s. Postmodernism and Critical Regionalism. Traditionalism and New Urbanism. Gilded Age of Theory. Deconstruction. Part III: 1990s and Present. Wake of the Storm. Pragmatism and PostCriticality. Minimalisms. Sustainability and Beyond. Notes. Acknowledgments. Index.

The Embodied Image:

Imagination & Imagery in Architecture

Post-Modernism has been debated, attacked and defended for over three decades. It is, however, not just a fashion or style but part of a greater movement in all areas of culture, and one which stubbornly persists like its parent, Modernism. The Post-Modern Reader is a seminal anthology that presents this trend in all its diversity, as a convergence in architecture and literature, sociology and cultural theory, feminism and theology, science and economics. CONTENTS: DEFINIING THE POST-MODERN. LITERATURE & ARCHITECTURE. SOCIOLOGY, ECONOMICS, FEMINISM, SCIENCE. Index.

Theories and Manifestoes of Contemporary Architecture, 2nd Edition Charles Jencks

978-0-470-01469-1 • 2006

Juhani Pallasmaa 978-0-470-71190-3 • 2011

This book is organized into five main parts that look at in turn: the image in contemporary culture; language, thought & the image; the many faces of the image; the poetic image; and finally the architectural image. The Embodied Image is illustrated with over sixty images in pairs, which are diverse in subject. CONTENTS: IMAGE IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE. LANGUAGE, THOUGHT, & IMAGE. THE MANY FACES OF THE IMAGE. THE ANATOMY OF THE POETIC IMAGE. THE ARCHITECTURAL IMAGE. Selected bibliography. Alphabetical index.

Filled with material that suggests the direction theory is taking into the 21st century, this Second Edition presents more than 150 of the key arguments of today’s major architectural philosophers and gurus. These arguments show that the Modern architecture of the early part of this century has mutated into three main traditions. CONTENTS: 1977, Mandelbrot. 1992, Raggatt. 1997, Batty and Langley. 1999, van Berkel and Bos. 1999, MVRDV. 1999, Somol. 1999, Lynn. 2000, West 8. 2001, Spuybroek. 2001, Lootsma. 2001,Libeskind. 2002, FOA also a text from 2000 on enclosed disc Instrumentality and Diagrams. 2002, Sassen. 2002, Balmond. 2002, SHoP. 2003, Allen and Corner. 2004, Koolhaas. 2004, Weinstock. 2004, Jencks (disc). 2004, Steve Johnson. 2005, Eisenman (disc).

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URBAN DESIGN & PLANNING

NEW! Updated Edition!

Sustainable and Resilient Communities: A Comprehensive Action Plan for Towns, Cities, and Regions Stephen J. Coyle, Andrés Duany 978-0-470-53647-6 • 2011

This step-by-step guidebook explains how to create and implement an actionable plan for making neighborhoods, communities, and regions more environmentally healthy, resource-conserving, and economically resilient. Sustainable and Resilient Communities delineates measures for repairing, retrofitting, and transforming our built environments and supporting systems—transportation, energy, water, natural environment, food production, solid waste, and economics—through: • Methods for assessing a community’s key sustainability quotient • Deploying tools for establishing timely performance goals and metrics • Developing strategies for evaluating, selecting, and implementing ‘highleverage’ interventions • Activating policies, codes, programs, plans, and practices, as well as monitoring and upgrading their performance CONTENTS: The Built Environments and Supporting Systems. The Process of Transformation. The Physical Built Environment. The Regulatory Environment. Transportation. Energy. Water. Natural Environment. Food Production/Agriculture. Solid Waste. Economics. Engagement and Education. Public Health. Appendix. Endnotes. Contributors. Index.

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Retrofitting Suburbia:

Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs, Updated Edition

Ellen Dunham-Jones, June Williamson 978-0-470-93432-6 • 2011

Retrofitting Suburbia illustrates how existing suburban developments can be redesigned into more urban and more sustainable places. While there has been considerable attention to development in urban cores and new neighborhoods on the periphery of cities, there has been little attention to the redesign and redevelopment of existing suburbs. The authors show how development in existing suburbs can absorb new growth and evolve in relation to changed demographic, technological, and economic conditions. The book: • Documents innovative case studies of prototypical American suburban developments that have been retrofitted to new uses and forms. • Provides examples of how a dead mall can be transformed into a thriving mall and office park with transit-oriented downtown, how malls can incorporate housing and other mixed uses, and more • Covers retrofits of office & industrial parks, residential subdivisions, & suburban apartment complexes CONTENTS: THE ARGUMENT. Instant Architecture, Instant Cities, and Incremental Metropolitanism.THE EXAMPLES. Retrofitting Garden Apartments and Residential Subdivisions to Address Density and the New Demographics. Residential Case Study: Changes to “Levittown”. Retrofitting Social Life Along Commercial Strips. Strips Case Study: Mashpee Commons, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. From Regional Malls to New Downtowns Through Mixed-Use and Public Space. Mall Case Study: Cottonwood, Holladay, Utah. Mall Case Study: Belmar, Lakewood, Colorado. Edge City Infill: Improving Walkability and Interconnectivity. Edge City Case Study: Downtown Kendall/Dadeland, Miami-Dade County, Florida. Suburban Offi ce and Industrial Park Retrofits to Recruit the Creative Class. Office Park Case Study: University Town Center, Prince George’s County, Maryland. Epilogue. Notes. Image Credits. Index.

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URBAN DESIGN & PLANNING

The Urban Towers Handbook

Becoming an Urban Planner:

Eric Firley, Julie Gimbal

A Guide to Careers in Planning and Urban Design

978-0-470-68474-0 • 2011

The Urban Towers Handbook includes 30 in-depth case studies of iconic towers from around the world, organized according to type. These range from historic to highly contemporary examples. Each case study also features one or two further examples of contemporary projects that share a similar urban configuration. CONTENTS: A VISUAL DICTIONARY OF HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS. Solitaires and Twin Towers. Monument. Monument in block. Tower as block. Tower in block. Twin towers. Tower as team player. Tower on infrastructure. Tower as module/business as usual. CLUSTERS. Integrated in existing city fabric. Towers as urban pattern. Linear cluster. High-rise compound. High-rise megastructure. Towers in nature. Towers on podium. VERTICAL CITIES. US-American downtown. High-rise as norm. High-rise as geographical obligation. City of Monuments. European CBD. City of megastructures. HIGH-RISE BUILDING REGULATIONS IN SEVEN CITIES WORLDWIDE. HIGH-RISE AND SUSTAINABILITY. Comparative table. Bibliography. Index.

Urban Design Since 1945: A Global Perspective

David Grahame Shane 978-0-470-51526-6 • 2011

At the end of World War II many European and Asian cities lay in ruins and in need of reconstruction, leaving millions of people homeless refugees. Urban Design Since 1945 details how this crisis was confronted by architects and urban planners. It examines the attempt to solve this problem through industrialization of housing and the machine city model on both sides of the Iron Curtain and charts the emergence of urban design as a distinct, fragmentary profession within the global network city in Europe, America, and Japan. CONTENTS: Urban Design – An Overview. Illustrated Urban Elements. The Metropolis. Illustrated Metropolis. The Megalopolis. Illustrated Megalopolis. The Fragmented Metropolis. Illustrated Fragmented Metropolis. The Megacity/Metecity. Illustrated Megacity/Metacity. Urban Ecologies and Urban Design – Future Scenarios. Glossary. Author’s Caution Endnote Sources and Wikipedia. Annotated Bibliography. Index.

Michael Bayer, Nancy Frank, Jason Valerius 978-0-470-27863-5 • 2010

Through in-depth interviews with more than eighty urban planners across the United States and Canada, this book gives students a valuable insider’s look at the profession as it is lived and practiced. Becoming an Urban Planner introduces readers to the urban planning profession—its history, what they must know to prepare for a career in planning, and the different types of planning jobs. Beyond the basics, though, it shows the realities of what it’s really like to be a planner today. Each topic is explored through in-depth interviews with both generalists and others who have devoted their careers to a particular aspect of planning. These professionals share their insights and describe how they have arrived at where they are and how beginners can learn from their experiences. Students will learn about: • The skills they will need and how to hone them in school and on the job • Potential career paths and what people in these positions do • Using internships, job shadowing, and other opportunities to break into the field • Deciding among planning specialties and moving between public and private sectors • How to search for and get their first position • Emerging areas in planning, including sustainability and climate change CONTENTS: Becoming an Urban Planner: What Planners Do. Becoming an Urban Planner: Education. Becoming an Urban Planner: Experience. Planners’ Many Paths. What Is the Future of Planning? Resources. References. Index.

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Urban Design for an Urban Century:

Planning and Urban Design Standards,

Lance Jay Brown, David Dixon, Oliver Gillham

American Planning Association, Frederick R. Steiner, Kent Butler

Placemaking for People

Student Edition Instructor Supplements Available

978-0-470-08782-4 • 2009

978-0-471-76090-0 • 2007

Featuring projects that have won The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) National Honor Awards for Urban Design in recent years, and endorsed by the AIA, this guide provides students with contemporary urban design paradigms and principles, processes, and design tools for various project types and scales.

Edited from the main volume, this Student Edition is packed with more than 1,400 informative illustrations and includes the latest rules of thumb for designing and evaluating any land-use scheme. The book provides essential specification and detailing information for various types of plans, environmental factors and hazards, building types, transportation planning, and mapping and GIS.

CONTENTS: PARADIGMS, PRINCIPLES & PROCESS. Urban Design--A Social & Public Art. Roots of Urban Form. Decentralization: The Growth of the Modern City. Recentralization: The City as the Future. Principles for an Urban Century. PUTTING URBAN DESIGN INTO PRACTICE. Guiding Regional Growth & Change. Rediscovering Downtown & Main Street. Reinventing Older Neighborhoods. Inventing New Neighborhoods. Reclaiming the Waterfront. Creating the Public Realm. Transforming Campus into Community.

CONTENTS: PLANS & PLAN MAKING. ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING & MANAGEMENT. STRUCTURES. PLACES & PLACEMAKING. ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES. MAPPING. IMPLEMENTATION TECHNIQUES. Index.

Sustainable Urbanism:

Urban Design and People

Urban Design With Nature

978-0-470-13816-8 • 2009

978-0-471-77751-9 • 2008

Michael Dobbins

This introduction to the field of urban design offers a comprehensive survey of the processes necessary to implement urban design work, explaining the vocabulary, the rules, the tools, the structures & the resources in clear and accessible style. Providing a comprehensive framework for understanding urban design principles & strategies, the book examines the goals & strategies of the urban designer from the viewpoints of the private sector, public sector, & community. CONTENTS: BACKGROUND. People & Place - how people have shaped their worlds. Urban Design Traditions. CONTENT. The Physical Environment - the places people occupy. Human Activity - what people have to do, want to do & where they do it. Connections - the infrastructure that connects people. PRINCIPLES. Design - design matters. Change - change happens. Organization - coordination & partnership. PROCESSES. Rules - that make places what they are. Tools using the right tool makes the job easier. Techniques - using the tools. STRATEGIES. Strategies - sample applications.

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Douglas Farr

Written by the chair of the LEEDNeighborhood Development (LEED-ND) initiative, this book is both an urgent call to action and a comprehensive introduction to “sustainable urbanism”–the emerging and growing design reform movement that combines the creation and enhancement of walkable and diverse places with the need to build high-performance infrastructure and buildings. CONTENTS: THE CASE FOR SUSTAINABLE URBANISM. The Built Environment: Where We Are Today. The Built Environment: Where We Need to Go. IMPLEMENTING SUSTAINABLE URBANISM. Leadership and Communications. The Process and Tools for Implementing Sustainable Urbanism. EMERGING THRESHOLDS OF SUSTAINABLE URBANISM. Increasing Sustainability Through Density. Sustainable Corridors. Sustainable Neighborhoods. Biophilia. High-Performance Buildings & Infrastructure. CASE STUDIES IN SUSTAINABLE URBANISM. Lessons Learned from Sustainable Urbanism. State of the Art In Unbuilt Sustainable Urbanism. Epilogue. Glossary. Index.

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Historic Preservation and the Livable City Eric Allison, Lauren Peters

978-0-470-38192-2 • 2011

Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings

Jean Carroon

Architectural Conservation in Europe & the Americas

John H. Stubbs, Emily G. Makaš 978-0-470-60385-7 • 2011

Time Honored:

A Global View of Architectural Conservation John H. Stubbs

978-0-470-26049-4 • 2009

978-0-470-16911-7 • 2011

Keeping Time:

The History and Theory of Preservation in America, 3rd Edition William J. Murtagh

Historic Preservation Technology

Robert A. Young 978-0-471-78836-2 • 2008 Instructor Supplements Available

978-0-471-47377-0 • 2006

Recording Historic Structures, 2nd Edition John A. Burns

978-0-471-27380-6 • 2004

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INTERIOR DESIGN

FRANCIS D. K.

CHING

CO R KY B I NG GE L I S. Christine Cavataio

MANUAL DRAFTING

FOR

INTERIORS

Manual Drafting for Interiors Christine Cavataio 978-0-470-87940-5 • January 2012 This practical guide serves as an essential reference for interior designers learning how to manually draft scaled floor plans, elevations, sections and three-dimensional drawings. Clearly explaining techniques and methods, it offers exercises that help build skill for drafting various components. This complete learning package begins with an explanation of the drafting tools and their use, and then presents instructions and illustrations that indicate how to complete increasingly more difficult drafting conventions. In addition, readers will learn drawing techniques for indicating various materials, symbols for coordinating related drawings and architectural lettering. • Highly visual book with extensive variety of drawing conventions • Chapters proceed in a step-by-step manner so that those without any experience can develop proper drawings • Focuses on best practice, introducing time saving methods and illustrating how to get professional-level results • Includes rationale for drafting methods and conventions that are relevant to hand drafting in 21st century • Inspiring examples of hand drafting for various purposes enables an understanding of what constitutes exemplary work and provides ideas for developing ones own style of graphic expression

INTERIOR

DESIGN ILLUSTRATED THIRD EDITION

CHING

Francis D. K. Ching, Corky Binggeli 978-1-118-09071-8 February 2012

In this work, Francis D.K. Ching introduces complex concepts of interior design, from defining interior space to explaining interior environmental systems, through his inimitable approach using words and drawings. A functional and beautifully illustrated work, this guide offers a visual introduction to the nature and design of interior spaces and the building elements and environmental systems within them. Thoroughly updated to address current practices in building technology, this book is sure to remain the standard reference for many years to come.   • Previous editions have sold over 96,000 copies • Updated and expanded to include new information on building codes, building information modeling, and sustainability • Features 24 additional pages, including new content on Indoor Air Quality and other issues in environmental systems, and data/ communication and security systems • Includes a section illustrated in full color to explain the role of color in interior design • Teaching resources available for the first time CONTENTS: Preface. Interior Space. Interior Design. A Design Vocabulary Elements. Interior Building Elements. Interior Environmental Systems. Lighting and Acoustics. Finish Materials. Furnishings. Bibliography. Glossary. Index.

CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgements. Before Beginning. Getting Started. Understanding Orthographic Drawings. Learning Architectural Lettering Technique. Adding Details. Adding Dimensions and Notes. Developing a Set of Drawings. Drafting Three-Dimensional Drawings. Recording Field Measurements. Hand Drafting for Documentation and Rendering.

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Interior Design Illustrated, 3rd Edition

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INTERIOR DESIGN FIFTH EDITION

the codes guidebook for interiors SHARON KOOMEN HARMON, IIDA KATHERINE E. KENNON, AIA

The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, 5th Edition Sharon Koomen Harmon, Katherine E. Kennon

FIFTH EDITION

STUDY GUIDE FOR

the codes Study Guide, guidebook 5 Edition for interiors Sharon Koomen th

SHARON KOOMEN HARMON, IIDA KATHERINE E. KENNON, AIA

978-0-470-59209-0 • 2011 The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Fifth Edition features jargon-free explanations of all the codes and standards of concern to designers and architects, including performance codes, fire codes, building and finish standards, energy codes, and Americans with Disabilities standards. This book uses an easy-to-navigate format that is geared towards the code process as a whole, to take readers step-by-step through the codes relevant at each stage in the design process. Dozens of examples and a greatly enhanced set of illustrations, show how codes apply to real-world projects. • Updated to include coverage of the 2009 ICC codes, including the International Building Code and new material on the ICC International Green Construction Code, as well as NFPA›s 2009 Life Safety Code        • Current information on the newest changes to the ADA Standards and ICC/ASI accessibility requirements in relation to the codes and standards, with an updated accessibility appendix       • Introduces new codes requirements, standards, terminology, and new federal regulations; expands coverage of sustainability as it relates to codes and standards throughout the text and in a new appendix        • Ancillary Study Guide helps this book to be a thorough review for interior designers and architects taking the NCIDQ and ARE exams

The Codes Guidebook for Interiors,

Harmon, Katherine E. Kennon

978-0-470-59210-6 • 2011 The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Study Guide, Fifth Edition serves as a valuable accompaniment to The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, Fifth Edition to reinforce learning of all the codes and standards of concern to designers and architects, including performance codes, fire codes, building and finish standards, energy codes, and Americans with Disabilities standards. CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION. KEY TERMS BY CHAPTER. SHORT-ANSWER QUESTIONS. About the Codes. Occupancy Classifications and Loads. Construction Types and Building Sizes. Means of Egress. Fire and Smoke Resistant Assemblies. Fire Protection Systems. Plumbing and Mechanical Requirements. Electrical and Communication Requirements. Finish and Furniture Selection. Code Offi cials and the Code Process. STUDY PROBLEMS. About the Codes. Occupancy Classifications and Loads. Construction Types and Building Sizes. Means of Egress. Fire and Smoke Resistant Assemblies. Fire Protection Systems. Plumbing and Mechanical Requirements. Electrical and Communication Requirements. Finish and Furniture Selection. Code Officials and the Code Process. ANSWERS TO SHORT-ANSWER QUESTIONS. ANSWERS TO STUDY PROBLEMS. APPENDIX A CODE TABLES. APPENDIX B FULLSIZE CHECKLISTS.

CONTENTS: Inset Index. Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction: How to Use This Book. About the Codes. Occupancy Classifications and Loads. Construction Types and Building Sizes. Means of Egress. Fire and Smoke Resistant Assemblies. Fire Protection Systems. Plumbing and Mechanical Requirements. Electrical and Communication Requirements. Finish and Furniture Selection. Code Officials and the Code Process. Appendix A: Accessibility and the ADA. Appendix B: Sustainability. Appendix C: Existing and Historic Buildings. Appendix D: Family Residences. Bibliography (By Topic). Glossary. Index.

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INTERIOR DESIGN

Interior Graphic Standards,

Student Edition, 2nd Edition

Corky Binggeli NEW!

Instructor Supplements Available

978-0-470-88901-5 Available November 2011

Interior Graphic Standards, Student Edition is a pared-down treatment of the authoritative Interior Graphic Standards, professional edition. Designed to give students only the critical information they require, this Student Edition is packed with more than 1,000 informative illustrations and includes the latest coverage of green design and accessibility. Topics new to this edition include: residential design, exterior construction as it relates to interiors, sustainable materials, expanded coverage of equipment and furnishings, building information modeling (BIM), integrated project delivery (IPD), and virtual collaboration. Students find real help understanding all the critical material they need for the core classes required by all curriculums, including: • • • • • • • • • • •

Construction methods and materials Mechanical and electrical systems Professional practice Lighting Construction specification writing Acoustics Construction detailing & documentation Color theory Furniture selection & specification writing Human factors Design studio techniques

CONTENTS: DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND PROCESS. Environmental and Behavioral Issues. Acoustical Principles. Accessible Design Basics. Sustainable Design Basics. Design Basics. BUILDING ELEMENTS. Structure and Shell. Interior Construction. Equipment and Furnishings. Interior Project Types. Appendix. Glossary. Index.

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Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for

Designers

Christine M. Piotrowski, FASID, IIDA

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for Designers Christine M. Piotrowski 978-0-470-53671-1 • 2011

Bestselling author Christine M. Piotrowski users her trademark accessible and conversational approach to explain how the working designer solves problems and makes decisions by having the reader follow through case studies and stories, and dealing with a variety of situations. A special section presents a selection of scenarios or documents with problems, and permits the reader to work through for a solution. Whether dealing with a design problem or with a client, Critical Thinking for Designers will put the reader on the correct path to a solutionsoriented practice. • Practical approach to one of the most urgent issues in the design profession. • Real-life scenarios and design problems are presented to guide the reader for making correct decisions in real life situations.   CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgments. Thinking Critically. What Is Critical Thinking? Who Is a Critical Thinker? The Importance of Thinking Critically in Interior Design. It Is Not Criticism. Conclusion. For Discussion. Design as Process. The Design Process: A Brief Review. For Whom Do We Design? Not the First Answer. Using Time Effectively. Design Thinking. Conclusion. For Discussion. Problem Definition and Analysis. Goals and Objectives. Problem Definition. Problem Analysis. Synthesis. Design Concept Statements. Conclusion. For Discussion. Asking Questions. The Purpose of Asking Questions. Listening Skills. Asking the Right Questions. Is There Always a Right Answer? Bias. Avoiding Disputes. Negotiation. Conclusion. For Discussion. Looking for Answers: Research Methodologies. Types of Research. Evidence-Based Design. Developing a Research Project. Assessing Information. Assessing Information from the Internet. Conclusion. For Discussion. Decision Making. Making Decisions. What Constitutes Decision Making? Decision-Making Strategies. Why We Make Wrong Decisions. Conclusion. For Discussion. Ethical Decision Making. The Importance of Ethical Decision Making. Business versus Ethical Conflicts. Client Expectations. Conclusion. For Discussion. References. Index.

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INTERIOR DESIGN

MATERIALITY and Interior Construction

Jim Postell, Nancy Gesimondo

BASIC SKILLS

Residential Interior Design A GUIDE TO PLANNING SPACES

Second Edition

Materiality and Interior Construction

Maureen Mitton Courtney Nystuen

Residential Interior Design:

A Guide To Planning Spaces, 2nd Edition

Maureen Mitton, Courtney Nystuen 978-0-470-58473-6 • 2011 The only introduction to residential interior design focusing on space planning, Residential Interior Design goes beyond decorating books to uncover the relationship of interior design to the totality of the architectural environment. This one-stop reference supplies the basic information every designer needs to plan specific rooms. Accessibility and related building codes are considered in tandem with human factors and dimensions of fixtures and furnishings, all reflecting good design practice. With expanded coverage of building styles, systems, and sustainability, Residential Interior Design is sure to remain an essential basic reference. • Basic reference for residential planning organized in room-by-room approach, enabling the reader to target specific information quickly and easily • Revised and updated with new building codes information, and expanded information on sustainability, building construction, doors, windows, building styles, home offices and outdoor spaces. The Second Edition features the introduction of SI Units for measurements • Illustrated throughout with line drawings and photographs to clearly explain the concepts covered • New edition includes Instructor web site with PowerPoints • Perfect study aid for the NCIDQ exam

Nancy Gesimondo • Jim Postell

978-0-470-44544-0 2011

Materials Manual is a comprehensive reference manual of building and decorative materials, and finishes. Introducing the properties, conditions, and attributes of a wide range of materials used by architects and interior designers, Materials Manual considers their use in a holistic and integrated manner by explaining how materials contribute to the construction and fabrication of floors, partitions, ceilings, and casework. The reader is guided directly to the options for the location or assembly they are considering to select a material for and learn about the pros and cons of various applications. • One-stop, comprehensive reference for hundreds of commonly used materials and their integration as building components. • Highly illustrated throughout to show material properties and building assemblies, including a section in full color. • Features rankings and information on the “green” attributes of each material, so that designers can make informed decisions for specifications. • Organized by application, so the reader can quickly find the answer needed. Companion Web site features an Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoint presentation. CONTENTS: PREFACE. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. FOREWORD. Why Materials Matter. Flooring. Walls, Partitions, and Vertical Components. Ceilings. Millwork. Appendix: Material Matters.

CONTENTS: ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. INTRODUCTION. Entrances and Circulation Spaces. Leisure Spaces. Kitchens. Bedrooms. Bathrooms. Utility and Work Spaces. Sample Project and Related Drawings. Basic Residential Building Construction and Structure. APPENDIX A: ICGG, LEED, and Sustainability/Green Design Certifying Programs, Agencies, and Associations. APPENDIX B: ANSI/Fair Housing Bathrooms and Kitchens. APPENDIX C: Seated Wheelchair Dimensions. APPENDIX D: Outdoor Kitchens. APPENDIX E: European Cabinets. APPENDIX F: Seated and Standing Work Surfaces and Desks. INDEX. WILEY • 2011-12 BOOKS FOR COURSES • INTERIOR DESIGN

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Design Thinking for Interiors

Design Thinking for Interiors:

Inquiry, Experience, Impact

Joy H. Dohr, Margaret Portillo

978-0-470-56901-6 • 2011 Written by renowned scholars Joy Dohr and Margaret Portillo, the book brings interior design theory and research to life utilizing a narrative inquiry approach that offers highly accessible coverage of the interior design world as it exists Joy Dohr Margaret Portillo today. By looking at real-life stories that demonstrate what makes a memorable design, coupled with photographs and drawings to further illustrate these concepts, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in keeping abreast of interior design in the twenty-first century. I N Q U I R Y + E X P E R I E N C E + I M PA C T

CONTENTS: Preface. Acknowledgments. List of Narratives. Introduction to Design Management. Why Narrative Inquiry?. Impact Marker: Process of Engagement. Impact Marker: Contextual Civility. Impact Marker: Empathy. Impact Marker: Place Identity. Impact Marker: Innovation. Impact Marker: Maturation. An Epilogue Integrating Impact Markers. Using a Narrative Approach. Endnotes. Biography. Index.

Lighting Retrofit and Relighting: A Guide to Energy Efficient Lighting

James R. Benya, Donna J. Leban, Willard L. Warren 978-0-470-56841-5 • 2011 This comprehensive guide explains how to plan and implement lighting retrofits to increase energy efficiency and improve the quality of visual performance. Lighting Retrofit Manual begins by outlining the benefits of retrofitting, then discusses when retrofits make sense, the entire retrofit process—from the data collection phase to maintenance—and explains the latest retrofit technologies and lighting system types. This reference is sure to be used by any professional or student that will deal with a lighting retrofit project—whether as a designer, installer, manager, manufacturer, or consultant. LIGHTING RETROFIT AND RELIGHTING A GUIDE TO GREEN LIGHTING SOLUTIONS James R. Benya

Donna J. Leban

CONTENTS: Introduction. The Savings Potential in Common Lighting Systems. Linear Fluorescent System. Incandescent, Compact Fluorescent, and Solid State Systems. High Intensity Discharge Systems. Special Applications Lighting. Lighting Retrofit Process. Retrofit Project Qualification. Data Collection and Field Audit. Lighting Engineering and Evaluation. Bidding, Construction, and Commissioning. Economic Evaluation. Appendix A: Glossary. Appendix B: Resources. Appendix C: Calculating Illumination Levels. Appendix D: Measuring Illumination Levels. Appendix E: Power Quality. Index.

INTERIOR DESIGN VISUAL PRESENTATION A GUIDE TO GRAPHICS, MODELS AND PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES 4TH EDITION

Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide

to Graphics, Models and Presentation Techniques, 4th Edition Maureen Mitton

978-0-470-61902-5 • January 2012 This updated revision of the best-selling resource for interior designers offers MAUREEN MITTON comprehensive coverage of all of the visual design and presentation skills that interior designers need to know, from initial sketches and drawings to final rendering and presentation models. It devotes discrete chapters to the topics of manual, freehand, and digital drawing and features updated content throughout, including the latest information on digital presentation software like Photoshop, SketchUp, Revit, and AutoCAD. High-quality color images throughout offer additional guidance, helping to make this book a perfect comprehensive learning tool for students. CONTENTS: Acknowledgments. Introduction. An Introduction to Drawing for Interior Design. The Design Process and Related Graphics. Paraline and Perspective Drawings. Drawing and Sketching Interior Environments. Digital Models and Drawings. Rendering by Hand. Digital Rendering. Scale Models. Presenting Materials and Finishes. Making the Complete Presentation. Appendix 1: Materials, Tools, and Equipment for Manual Drafting and Drawing. Appendix 2: Blank Criteria Matrix. Appendix 3: Color Theory for Rendering. Index

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INTERIOR DESIGN

Kitchen and Bath Design:

KITCHEN AND BATH

DESIGN A Guide to Planning Basics MARY FISHER KNOTT, CID

Portfolios for Interior Designers

A Guide to Planning Basics

Maureen Mitton 978-0-470-40816-2 2010

Mary Fisher Knott

This highly illustrated introduction guides the interior designer through all of the steps needed to develop a professional portfolio by providing basic elements and principles of graphic design. Popular software used in portfolio development and creation, including Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator is introduced in terms of how each program may be most useful for certain portfolio elements. This book also uses extensive, real world examples of portfolios, including illustrations of actual portfolios. Examples of cover letters, resumes, and discussion of job search processes are also covered in detail.

978-0-470-39200-3 • 2010 Kitchen and Bath Design supplies all of the practical information needed for successful design projects in the most expensive rooms of the house. Whether new construction or remodeling, a project needs the mechanical and technological components essential to complementing good design, such as lighting, ventilation, safety, durability, and ease of maintenance. Designer Mary Fisher Knott’s current and approachable style uses three-dimensional drawings and corresponding photographs to clearly explain how to design beautiful, useful rooms. This book is a valuable tool to anyone planning the soup-to-nuts details of a kitchen or bathroom.

Architecture/Interior Design

The text of choice for professional interior design practice— now with companion CD-ROM

Since publication of the First Edition in 1990, Professional Practice for Interior Designers has remained the leading choice for educators for teaching interior design business practice as well as for professionals seeking to advance in their own practices. This ASID/Polsky Prize winner is recommended by the NCIDQ for exam preparation and covers the gamut of legal, financial, management, marketing, administrative, and ethical issues. You gain all the essential skills needed for planning and maintaining a thriving interior design business, presented in the clear, easy-to-follow style that is the hallmark of this text. This Fourth Edition is completely current with the latest business practices and features a host of new practice aids: • Companion CD-ROM includes a trial version of professional practice software, business

forms, numerous short articles, plus additional information and resources

• New examples help you manage the latest challenges and implement the latest

business practices

• A new chapter devoted to strategic planning explains this important business concept in

easy-to-understand language for students and professionals

• Brief “what would you do” case studies in each chapter challenge you to respond to

ethical issues faced by today’s interior designers

John Pile

From creating a business plan to launching a promotional campaign to setting up a computerized accounting system, everything you need to launch and sustain a successful interior design practice is here. CHRISTINE M. PIOTROWSKI, FASID, IIDA, currently provides consulting services to interior designers on business practices from Phoenix, Arizona. She is a former professor of interior design at Northern Arizona University and has more than twenty-five years of commercial and residential design experience. She is the author of several books on interior design including the award-winning Becoming an Interior Designer and the coauthor of the recently released Second Edition of Designing Commercial Interiors (both from Wiley).

978-0-470-22888-3 2008

Professional Practice for Interior Designers, 4th Edition

Piotrowski Includes CD-ROM

Professional Practice for Interior Designers

A History of Interior Design, 3rd Edition

Professional Practice for Interior Designers Fourth Edition

Fourth Edition

Cover Design: Anne Michele Abbott • Cover Photograph: © Elizabeth Felicella/Beateworks/Corbis

Includes CD-ROM

Christine M. Piotrowski, FASID, IIDA

The first edition of this major survey on interior design by John Pile won the 2001 ASID (American Society of Interior Designers) Educational Foundation/ Joel Polsky Prize. Now this standard history has been updated to reflect greater coverage of non-Western design, as well as vernacular and residential interiors. A deeper exploration of sustainable design and a CD-ROM with an interactive presentation of periods and styles makes this the most relevant text available. Includes more than 500 photographs and drawings in color and black and white. 760863 cover 4.indd 1

8/13/10 2:00 PM

Christine M. Piotrowski

978-0-471-76086-3 • 2007 The text of choice for professional interior design practice -- now with companion CD-ROM! This ASID/Polsky Prize winner is recommended by the NCIDQ for exam preparation and covers the gamut of legal, financial, management, marketing, administrative, and ethical issues. You gain all the essential skills needed for planning and maintaining a thriving interior design business, presented in the clear, easy-to-follow style that is the hallmark of this text. From creating a business plan to launching a promotional campaign to setting up a computerized accounting system, everything you need to launch and sustain a successful interior design practice is here.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

The Sustainable Sites Handbook: A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies, and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes

Meg Calkins

978-0-470-64355-6 • Available October 2011 The Sustainable Sites Handbook contains information on principles, strategies, technologies, tools, and best practices for sustainable site design applicable to any type of designed landscape, with or without buildings, ranging from shopping malls, streetscapes, subdivisions, NEW! corporate and academic campuses, transportation corridors, parks and recreation areas, all the way to single family homes. Equally useful as a guide to achieving SSI credits, or as a guide to independent pursuit of sustainable sites, it offers in-depth coverage on important “green” topics.

Modeling the Environment:

Techniques and Tools for the 3D Representation of Dynamic Landscapes Bradley Cantrell, Natalie Yates 978-0-470-90294-3 • Available February 2012

This full-color book is the single source guide to harnessing the power of 3D visualization tools for analysis and representation of landscapes. The methods and theories presented in Modeling the Environment focus landscape representation around a core set of ideas that begins to center representation on human experience. Current technology allows NEW! designers to model environmental phenomena and space in new and exciting ways that go beyond the two dimensional plane. The models, illustrations, and animations that can be created usher in a new paradigm of landscape representation that can become analytical tools as well as beautiful imagery.

Foundations of Landscape Architecture:

Integrating Form and Space Using the Language of Site Design Norman K. Booth

978-0-470-63505-6 • Available November 2011 Heavily illustrated, this enlightening book introduces the basic elements and principles of design, and then explores the spatial language used to organize and shape landscape architectural NEW! design. Foundations of Landscape Architecture offers students a complete introduction to the visual language that is the underpinning of landscape architectural design.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Landscape Architectural Research:

Designing the Sustainable Site: Integrated

Inquiry, Strategy, Design M. Elen Deming, Simon Swaffield 978-0-470-56417-2 • 2011 The first and only book on this topic of growing importance in landscape architecture, Landscape Architecture Research offers a framework for advancing better design thinking solutions by supplying readers with a system of inquiry tactics that open up a wider range of research possibilities. This comprehensive, illustrated guide presents case studies that show how the range of presented research strategies have been successfully used in practice, as well as new perspective on the relationship between theory, research, practice, and critique, a relationship that is specific to landscape architecture.

The Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture: A

Complete Guide to Starting and Running Your nd Own Firm, 2 Edition Walter Rogers

978-0-470-27836-9 • 2011 The Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture, Second Edition keeps up with the latest developments driving the day-to-day operation of a successful private-practice landscape architecture office. This reference combines real-world experience with the highest professional standards to instruct the reader on business concepts.

NEW!

Design Strategies for Small Scale Sites and Residential Landscapes

Heather L. Venhaus

978-0-470-90009-3 • Available February 2012 Designing the Sustainable Site introduces the concept of regenerative design whereby built landscapes sustain and restore vital ecological functions. It guides readers through a design process relevant to new or retrofit landscapes that not only minimizes environmental damage, but help repair it. Photos, sketches and case studies from built projects will illustrate concepts and practices. An important theme throughout the text is the idea that single design elements can have multiple and far-reaching benefits.

Detailing for Landscape Architects:

Aesthetics, Function, Constructibility Tom R. Ryan, Edward Allen, Patrick Rand 978-0-470-54878-3 • 2011 Detailing for Landscape Architects demonstrates how powerful design patterns can transform thematic ideas into awe-inspiring built realities. Richly illustrated examples accompany concise discussions of a varied blend of landscape design/detailing issues such as water movement, soil environments, articulating structures and construction assemblies, life cycle costing, sustainability, health and safety, and more.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Public Garden Management

Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintenance

Donald Rakow, Sharon A. Lee 978-0-470-53213-3 • 2011

Public Garden Management is an allin-one textbook that clearly shows how to develop, establish, man manage, and maintain a sustainable—both economically and environmentally—public garden. This insightful and forward-thinking guide is Copublished by the American Public Gardens Association and written by a panel of leading experts in the field, the book is filled with dozens of case studies that are real-world illustrations of the principles explored in the text. Instructor Supplements Available

Thomas W. Cook, Ann Marie VanDerZanden 978-0-470-48093-9 • 2011 Filled with examples that illustrate best practices, Sustainable Landscape Management provides a practical framework for the development of sustainable management strategies. The book includes an overview of sustainable design and construction techniques as the basis for the maintenance and management of constructed landscapes, as well as guidance on retrofitting existing landscapes for sustainability.

Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture:

Contemporary Techniques & Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design

Bradley Cantrell, Wes Michaels 978-0-470-40397-6 • 2010

Building on the tried-and-true principles of analog representation, Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture explores specific techniques for creating landscape representation digitally. It explains the similarities and differences between analog and digital rendering, and then walks readers through the steps of creating digitally rendered plans, perspectives, and diagrams.

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Landscape Planning:

Environmental Applications, 5th Edition

William M. Marsh 978-0-470-57081-4 • 2010

With its wide variety of topics and up-to-date coverage, this book is an excellent resource for landscape planners and designers. It focuses on environmental problems associated with land planning, landscape design, and land use. New coverage is included on adaptive planning as an approach necessary to build a sustainable landscape, and updated case studies are integrated throughout the chapters. The book also arms the reader with a collection of best management practices, which can be applied in the field.

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Instructor Supplements Available

Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, 5th Edition

Illustrated History of Landscape Design

Elizabeth Boults, Chip Sullivan 978-0-470-28933-4 • 2009

Illustrated History of Landscape Design takes an optical sweep of the iconic landscapes constructed throughout the ages. Organized by century and geographic region, this highly visual reference uses hundreds of masterful pen-and-ink drawings to show how historical context and cultural connections can illuminate today’s design possibilities. This guide includes storyboards, case studies, and visual narratives to portray spaces, as well as summaries of design concepts and vocabularies.

Instructor Supplements Available

Sustainable Site Design:

Criteria, Process, and Case Studies for Integrating Site and Region in Landscape Design

Claudia Dinep, Kristin Schwab 978-0-470-18783-8 • 2009

From project inception through implementation, Sustainable Site Design sets forth a comprehensive approach to context-informed sustainable landscape design. This approach emphasizes the need to understand each site’s unique potential for sustainability, especially in relation to the ecological, social, economic, and cultural conditions of its regional setting. The book aims to integrate the concerns of regenerative landscape function with the quest for memorable, meaningful form. Twenty case studies illustrate diverse applications in scale, scope, location, and program.

978-0-470-13814-4 • 2010

Steven Strom, Kurt Nathan, Jake Woland

The leading choice for site engineering, planning, and construction courses, this book introduces the principles and techniques of basic site engineering for grading, drainage, earthwork, and road alignment. Introducing landform and the language of its design, the text explores the concepts essential to practicing landscape architecture today—from interpreting landform and contour lines, to designing horizontal and vertical road alignments, to construction sequencing, to designing and sizing stormwater management systems. Integrating design with the construction and implementation processes, the authors provide students with a progressive understanding of the subject matter.

Becoming a Landscape Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design

Kelleann Foster

978-0-470-33845-2 • 2009 Becoming a Landscape Architect provides a comprehensive survey of landscape architecture, including complete coverage of residential design, ecological design, commercial design, and parks design. This visual guide has more than 250 illustrations and covers everything from education and training, design specialties, and work settings to preparing an effective portfolio and finding a job. Featuring over thirty-five interviews with leading landscape architects, this book is a complete resource for students considering a career in landscape architecture.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

Materials & Their Applications in Landscape Design Rob W. Sovinski 978-0-470-11293-9 • 2009 This single-source reference offers an encyclopedic and systematic approach to the broad palette of materials commonly used in landscape construction. Connecting the technical aspects of landscape architecture with design aspects, the book’s encyclopedic approach takes the reader systematically through the broad palette of available materials, and also introduces readers to the systems in which these materials are used. Addressing sustainable issues related to each covered material, the book features hundreds of images, along with examples from leading design firms.

Instructor Supplements Available

Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition Leonard J. Hopper 978-0-470-06797-0 • 2008

The student edition of the definitive reference on landscape architecture, Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition is a condensed treatment of the authoritative Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, professional edition. The Student Edition provides essential specification and detailing information on the fundamentals of landscape architecture, including standards for pedestrian, vehicular, recreational, stormwater, and wetlands. In addition, expert advice guides readers for mitigating such environmental impacts as noise, traffic, aesthetics, and preservation of green space and wildlife, and water quality. Students will gain an understanding of all the critical material they need for the core classes required by all curriculums.

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Google® SketchUp® for Site Design: A

Guide to Modeling Site Plans, Terrain & Architecture Daniel Tal

978-0-470-34525-2 • 2009 Filled with tutorials from front to back, this book focuses on the start and completion of projects that include rich detail and expression. Students will learn how to approach modeling site plans, buildings and site elements: from modeling each of these exterior environment elements to piecing them together to generate a singular and expressive model.

Materials for Sustainable Sites: A

Complete Guide to the Evaluation, Selection, and Use of Sustainable Construction Materials Meg Calkins

978-0-470-13455-9 • 2008

This complete guide to the evaluation, selection, and use of sustainable materials in the landscape features strategies to minimize environmental and human health impacts of conventional site construction materials as well as green materials. Providing detailed information on construction materials for sustainable sites, the book introduces tools, techniques, ideologies and resources for evaluating, sourcing, and specifying sustainable site materials.

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LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

From Concept to Form in Landscape Design, 2nd Edition Instructor Supplements Available

Grant W. Reid, FASLA

978-0-470-11231-1 • 2007

One of the most difficult tasks for a designer is to translate concepts into specific and detailed organizations of space. This book provides vital, functional techniques that make the transformation easier and more effective. This perceptive resource examines both traditional and nontraditional methods of landscape design, providing the conceptual and philosophical foundations for ideas and their visual expression.

Landscapes in History:

Designing & Planning in the Eastern and Western Traditions, 2nd Edition

Philip Pregill, Nancy Volkman 978-0-471-29328-6 • 1999

This unique, highly regarded book traces the development of landscape architecture and environmental design from prehistory to modern times-in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and North America. It covers the many cultural, political, technological, and philosophical issues influencing land use throughout history, focusing not only on design topics but also on the environmental impact of human activity.

Weathering & Durability in Landscape Architecture: Fundamentals, Practices, and Case Studies Niall Kirkwood

978-0-471-39266-8 • 2004 This book explores a variety of landscape design approaches and site strategies practiced in the industry today, with a focused examination of the link between the conception and implementation of landscape ideas and a range of seen and unforeseen forces that will shape the built landscape over time. Landscape architects will discover how to combat the devastating consequences of deterioration.

A Guide to Site Planning & Landscape Construction, 4th Edition Harvey M. Rubenstein

978-0-471-12932-5 • 1996

This complete revision of the classic, Site and Environmental Planning, presents design elements and introductory technical site planning information in a clear, concise, and visual format so that creative talent may be used to its utmost advantage.

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AUTHOR INDEX AUTHOR LAST NAME

FULL TITLE

FORMATTED ISBN

PAGE 13

Ching

A Global History of Architecture, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-40257-3

5

Ching

A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-64885-8

6

Ching

Architectural Graphics, 5th Edition

978-0-470-39911-8

7

Ching

Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, 3rd Edition

978-0-471-75216-5

8

Ching

Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, 4th Edition

978-0-470-90357-5

17

Ching

Building Construction Illustrated, 4th Edition

978-0-470-08781-7

20

Ching

Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design

978-0-470-18785-2

23

Ching

Interior Design Illustrated, 3rd Edition

978-1-118-09071-8

38

Clark

Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis, 4th Edition

978-0-470-94674-9

32

Construction Specifications Institute

The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide

978-0-470-63518-6

29

Construction Specifications Institute

The CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide

978-0-470-63520-9

29

Construction Specifications Institute

The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide

978-0-470-63519-3

29

Cook

Drawing: the motive force of architecture

978-0-470-03481-1

9

Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, 4th Edition

978-0-470-04716-3

3

Allen

The Architect’s Studio Companion: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design, 5th Edition

978-0-470-64191-0

Allen

Architectural Detailing: Function Constructibility - Aesthetics, 2nd Edition

978-0-471-48817-0

16

Allen

Fundamentals of Residential Construction, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-54083-1

19

Allen

Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, 5th Edition

978-0-470-07468-8

19

Allen

Form and Forces: Designing Efficient, Expressive Structures

978-0-470-17465-4

23

Allison

Historic Preservation and the Livable City

978-0-470-38192-2

37

Ambrose

Building Structures, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-54260-6

21

Ambrose

Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, 11th Edition

978-0-470-43627-1

22

Ambrose

Simplified Design of Wood Structures, 6th Edition

978-0-470-18784-5

22

Ambrose

Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, 8th Edition

978-0-470-04414-8

22

Ambrose

Simplified Design of Steel Structures, 8th Edition

978-0-470-08631-5

22

American Institute of Architects

The Architecture Student’s Handbook of Professional Practice, 14th Edition

978-0-470-08869-2

30

Cooper

American Planning Association

Planning and Urban Design Standards, Student Edition

978-0-471-76090-0

36

Cottrell

Guide to the LEED Green Associate Exam

978-0-470-60829-6

30

Coyle

978-0-470-53647-6

34

Bayer

Becoming an Urban Planner: A Guide to Careers in Planning and Urban Design

978-0-470-27863-5

35

Sustainable and Resilient Communities: A Comprehensive Action Plan for Towns, Cities, and Regions

Benya

Lighting Retrofit and Relighting: A Guide to Energy Efficient Lighting

978-0-470-56841-5

26

Crowe

Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-90853-2

1

Binggeli

Interior Graphic Standards, 2nd Student Edition

978-0-470-88901-5

40

Dabby

Structure for Architects: A Primer

978-0-470-63376-2

21

Deming

978-0-470-56417-2

45

Booth

Foundations of Landscape Architecture: Integrating Form and Space Using the Language of Site Design

978-0-470-63505-6

44

Landscape Architectural Research: Inquiry, Strategy, Design

Dinep

978-0-470-18783-8

47

Borden

Material Precedent

978-0-470-47729-8

15

Sustainable Site Design: Criteria, Process, and Case Studies for Integrating Site and Region in Landscape Design

Boults

Illustrated History of Landscape Design

978-0-470-28933-4

47

Dobbins

Urban Design and People

978-0-470-13816-8

36

Bradshaw

The Building Environment: Active and Passive Control Systems, 3rd Edition

978-0-471-68965-2

27

Dohr

Design Thinking for Interiors: Inquiry, Experience, Impact

978-0-470-56901-6

42

Brown

A Companion to Asian Art & Architecture

978-1-4051-8537-0

Doyle

978-0-471-74190-9

4

Brown

Sun, Wind, and Light: Architectural Design Strategies, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-94578-0

24

Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, 3rd Edition

Brown

Urban Design for an Urban Century: Placemaking for People

978-0-470-08782-4

36

DunhamJones

978-0-470-93432-6

34

Burns

Recording Historic Structures, 2nd Edition

978-0-471-27380-6

37

Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs, Updated Edition

Burry

Scripting Cultures: Architectural Design and Programming

978-0-470-74641-7

31

Eckler

Language of Space and Form: Generative Terms for Architecture

978-0-470-61844-8

14

Calkins

The Sustainable Sites Handbook: A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies, and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes

978-0-470-64355-6

44

Elizabeth

Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods

978-0-471-71938-0

20

Farr

Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design With Nature

978-0-471-77751-9

36

Materials for Sustainable Sites: A Complete Guide to the Evaluation, Selection, and Use of Sustainable Construction Materials

978-0-470-13455-9

Firley

The Urban Towers Handbook

978-0-470-68474-0

35

Foster

Becoming a Landscape Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design

978-0-470-33845-2

47

Cantrell

Modeling the Environment: Techniques & Tools for the 3D Illustration of Dynamic Landscapes

978-0-470-90294-3

44

Garcia

The Diagrams of Architecture: AD Reader

978-0-470-51945-5

8

Gladfelter

AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012: No Experience Required

978-1-118-01677-0

10

Cantrell

Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Contemporary Techniques and Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design

978-0-470-40397-6

46

Gordon

Interior Lighting for Designers, 4th Edition

978-0-471-44118-2

27

Groat

Architectural Research Methods

978-0-471-33365-4

31

Grondzik

Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, 11th Edition

978-0-470-19565-9

26

Hanlon

Compositions in Architecture

978-0-470-05364-5

8

Harmon

The Codes Guidebook for Interiors, 5th Edition

978-0-470-59209-0

39

Calkins

48

Carroon

Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings

978-0-470-16911-7

37

Cavataio

Manual Drafting for Interiors

978-0-470-87940-5

38

Ching

Design Drawing, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-53369-7

1

Ching

Drawing: A Creative Process

978-0-471-28968-5

4

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978-1-118-08414-4

28

Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition

978-0-470-06797-0

48

Jencks

The Post-Modern Reader, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-74866-4

33

Jencks

Theories and Manifestoes of Contemporary Architecture, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-01469-1

33

Karlen

Lighting Design Basics, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-47427-3

25

Keeler

Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building

978-0-470-15293-5

16

Kibert

Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-90445-9

18

Kibert

Working Toward Sustainability

978-0-470-53972-9

28

Kirkwood

Weathering and Durability in Landscape Architecture: Fundamentals, Practices, and Case Studies

978-0-471-39266-8

49

Knott

Kitchen and Bath Design: A Guide to Planning Basics

978-0-470-39200-3

43

Lechner

Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects

978-1-118-01475-2

25

Lechner

Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-04809-2

27

Legendre

Mathematics of Space: Architectural Design

978-0-470-68980-6

Leggitt

Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, 2nd Edition

Levy

978-0-470-51890-8

5

Public Garden Management

978-0-470-53213-3

46

Architectural Graphic Standards: Student Edition, 11th Edition

978-0-470-08546-2

16

978-1-118-01683-1

11

978-0-470-40194-1

30

978-0-470-11231-1

49

The Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture: A Complete Guide to Starting and Running Your Own Firm, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-27836-9

45

Rosen

Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, 6th Edition

978-0-470-38036-9

15

Rubenstein

A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction, 4th Edition

978-0-471-12932-5

49

Ryan

Detailing for Landscape Architects: Aesthetics, Function, Constructibility

978-0-470-54878-3

45

32

Shane

Urban Design Since 1945: A Global Perspective

978-0-470-51526-6

35

978-0-470-43548-9

2

Simmons

Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, 9th Edition

978-0-470-54740-3

18

Smith

Environmental Issues for Architecture

978-0-470-49709-8

26

BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design

978-0-470-59089-8

12

Sovinski

978-0-470-11293-9

48

Mallgrave

The Architect’s Brain: Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture

978-0-470-65825-3

32

Materials and Their Applications in Landscape Design

Spiegel

20

An Introduction to Architectural Theory: 1968 to the Present

978-1-4051-8062-7

33

Green Building Materials: A Guide to Product Selection and Specification, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-53804-3

Mallgrave Marsh

Landscape Planning: Environmental Applications, 5th Edition

978-0-470-57081-4

46

Steffy

Architectural Lighting Design, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-11249-6

27

Steinfeld

978-0-470-39913-2

17

The Built Environment: A Collaborative Inquiry Into Design and Planning, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-00752-5

Universal Design: Designing Inclusive Environments

Strom

Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, 5th Edition

978-0-470-13814-4

47

HOK Inc.

Problem Seeking: An Architectural Programming Primer, 5th Edition

Hopper

McClure

Puglisi

New Directions in Contemporary Architecture: Evolutions and Revolutions in Building Design Since 1988

Rakow Ramsey Read

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 Essentials

Reeder

Guide to Green Building Rating Systems: Understanding LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, the National Green Building Standard, and More

Reid

From Concept to Form in Landscape Design, 2nd Edition

Rogers

9

978-0-471-69613-1

16

Stubbs

Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas

978-0-470-60385-7

37

Designing with Models: A Studio Guide to Architectural Process Models, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-49885-9

6

Stubbs

Time Honored: A Global View of Architectural Conservation

978-0-470-26049-4

37

Mitton

Interior Design Visual Presentation: A Guide to Graphics, Models and Presentation Techniques, 4th Edition

978-0-470-61902-5

42

Tal

Google SketchUp for Site Design: A Guide to Modeling Site Plans, Terrain and Architecture

978-0-470-34525-2

48

Mitton

Residential Interior Design: A Guide to Planning Spaces, 2nd Edition

978-0-470-58473-6

41

Tilley

The Measure of Man and Woman: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition

978-0-471-09955-0

17

Mitton

Portfolios for Interior Designers

978-0-470-40816-2

43

Underwood

24

Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, 5th Edition

978-0-470-28855-9

2

Structural Design: A Practical Guide for Architects, 2nd Edition

978-0-471-78904-8

Montague

VanDerZanden

46

Keeping Time: The History and Theory of Preservation in America, 3rd Edition

978-0-471-47377-0

37

Sustainable Landscape Management: De sign, Construction, and Maintenance

978-0-470-48093-9

Murtagh

Vandezande

11

Mastering AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012

978-0-470-95288-7

10

Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012

978-0-470-93749-5

Omura

Vassigh

24

AutoCAD 2012 and AutoCAD LT 2012 Essentials

978-1-118-01679-4

10

Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD

978-0-470-26269-6

Onstott

Venhaus

45

The Embodied Image: Imagination and Imagery in Architecture

978-0-470-71190-3

33

Designing the Sustainable Site: Integrated Design Strategies for Small Scale Sites and Residential Landscapes

978-0-470-90009-3

Pallasmaa Pile

A History of Interior Design, 3rd Edition

978-0-470-22888-3

43

Wakita

978-0-470-61815-8

14

Piotrowski

Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for Designers

978-0-470-53671-1

40

The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, 4th Edition

Waldrep

978-0-470-37210-4

7

Piotrowski

Professional Practice for Interior Designers, 4th Edition

978-0-471-76086-3

43

Becoming an Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design, 2nd Edition

Weygant

978-0-470-58357-9

12

Poppeliers

What Style Is It?: A Guide to American Architecture, Revised Edition

978-0-471-25036-4

9

BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices

Wing

11

Postell

Materiality and Interior Construction

15

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012: No Experience Required

978-0-470-94506-3

978-0-470-44544-0

Pregill

Landscapes in History: Design & Planning in the Eastern & Western Traditions, 2nd Edition

978-0-471-29328-6

49

Yee

Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, 3rd Edition

978-0-471-79366-3

3

Pressman

Professional Practice 101: Business Strategies and Case Studies in Architecture, 2nd Edition

978-0-471-68366-7

31

Young

Historic Preservation Technology: A Primer

978-0-471-78836-2

37

Mendler

The HOK Guidebook to Sustainable Design, 2nd Edition

Mills

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