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INTRODUCTORY ARCHITECTURE

Introduction to Architecture Francis D.K. Ching, James Eckler

A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Second Edition

978-1-118-14206-6 • November 2012

Francis D.K. Ching 978-0-470-64885-8 • August 2011

Since the 1970s Francis D.K. Ching has been writing and illustrating books on various topics in architecture that have become classics. His strength is the graphic approach to explaining those topics, making him the go-to source for both students and general book buyers. Introduction to Architecture presents the essential texts and drawings of Francis D.K. Ching for those new to architecture and design. With his typical highly graphic approach, this is the first introductory text from Ching that surveys the design of spaces, buildings, and cities. In an easy-to-understand format, readers will explore the histories and theories of architecture, design elements and process, and the technical aspects of the contemporary profession of architecture. The book explains the experience and practice of architecture and allied disciplines for future professionals, while those who love the beauty of architectural drawing will delight in the more than 1,000 gorgeous illustrations included. For those pursuing a career in architecture or anyone who loves architectural design and drawing, Introduction to Architecture presents a beautifully illustrated and comprehensive guide to the subject. TABLE OF CONTENTS

Now revised and expanded, this classic, bestselling, one-volume reference 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 is presented in Ching’s unique style. A handy reference to have at the side, A Visual Dictionary of Architecture is perfect for any serious architect or designer, student of architecture, interior designer, or professional in construction. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Architecture. Arch. Beam. Brick. Building. Cable Structure. Ceiling. Ceramic. Church. Color. Column. Computer Graphics. Concrete. Construction. Design. Dome. Door. Drawing. Electricity. Elevator. Fastening. Fireplace. Fire Safety. Floor. Force. Fortification. Foundation. Frame. Geometry. Glass. Hardware. Heat. History. House. Joinery. Light. Load. Masonry. Material. Measure. Membrane. Metal. Moisture Protection. Order. Ornament. Paint. Plaster. Plastic. Plate. Plumbing. Reinforced Concrete. Roof. Room. Shell. Sitework. Soil. Sound. Stair. Stone. Structure. Survey. Sustainability. Temple. Theater. Truss. Vault. Vision. Wall. Vision. Wall. Window. Wood. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

Introduction to Architecture includes coverage of: • History of world architecture • Design drawing • Architectural graphics • Elements and theory of architecture • Architectural structures • Materials and methods of architecture • Building systems and codes • Residential architecture • Urban design

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

www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching What Style Is It?: A Guide to American Architecture, Revised Edition John C. Poppeliers, S. Allen Chambers, Jr. 978-0-471-25036-4 • September 2003

What Style Is It? is the definitive, concise guide to American architecture. Designed for easy identification of buildings on the road or at home, this accessible volume covers the important characteristics of twenty-five distinct styles. It’s revised to include added sections on the Neoclassical, Romanesque Revival, and Rustic Styles. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Preface. 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. BeauxArts. Classical Revival. Chicago School. Bungalows. Prairie Style. Period Houses. Art Deco. International Style. Coda. Glossary. Further Reading. Information Sources. About HABS/HAER. Index.

Criss B. Mills 978-0-470-49885-9 • January 2011

DESIGNING WITH MODELS A Studio Guide to Architectural Process Models

THIRD EDITION

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Designing with Models, Third Edition is the revised, step-by-step guide to basic and advanced design process modeling. This comprehensive text explains the process from start to finish, and has been expanded to include up-to-date information on digital modeling programs and rapid prototyping processes. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Foreword. Introduction. Model History. Chapter 1. Model Types: Typical Model Types Employed in the Design Process. Chapter 2. Exploration: A Framework for Conceiving and Using Models in the Design Process. Chapter 3. Project Development: Academic Examples in Support of Exploration. Chapter 4. Project Development in Practice: Design Firm Examples in Support of Exploration. Chapter 5. Rapid Prototyping: Rapid Prototyping Using Digital Information to Produce Physical Models. Chapter 6. Digital Practice: Combining Digital and Physical Model Information in Professional Practice. Chapter 7. Basic Assemblage: Basic Techniques for Assembling Model Components. Chapter 8. Advanced Assemblage: Advanced Techniques for Form Making. Chapter 9. Assemblage Case Studies: Step-by-Step Case Studies of Assembly Techniques. Chapter 10. Tools: Equipment & Materials. Appendix: Topics for Continuing Exploration. Credits.

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INTRODUCTORY ARCHITECTURE

Becoming an Architect, Third Edition

Architectural Graphics, Fifth Edition

Lee W. Waldrep

Francis D.K. Ching

978-1-118-61213-2 • May 2014

978-0-470-39911-8 • October 2009

“Becoming an Architect will inspire future architects, career consultants, and human resources professionals alike, providing all the information you’ll need to make intelligent decisions about careers in architec-

ture.” —From the Foreword by Helene Combs Dreiling, FAIA, 2014 AIA National President

Starting a career as an architect is an exciting prospect, but it’s important to do your research before you take the plunge. The third edition of Becoming an Architect is an update to the best-selling guide and highlights the risks and rewards on the path to a career as an architect. You’ll find new insight and tons of helpful resources, as well as a complete outline of the trajectory of an architect’s early career, from higher education through internship and licensure. More than thirty-two new interviews and profiles from architecture students, emerging, and established professionals give the resource a truly personal feel, and help get you acquainted with real-life scenarios from architects from varying backgrounds and specialties. With a highly accessible approach, this guide provides a complete overview of the profession, including educational requirements, design specialties, registration requirements, and the paths of a career in architecture. Whether you’re a high school student, a college undergraduate, a career counselor, or a human resource professional, Becoming an Architect offers much-needed advice and information to anyone interested in career development for architects.

Architectural Graphics has been a bestselling classic since 1975—introducing countless students of architecture and design to the fundamentals of graphic communication. Updated to reflect the latest drawing techniques, the Fifth Edition of Francis D.K. Ching’s beloved book illustrates how to use graphic tools and drafting conventions to translate architectural ideas into effective visual presentations. Inside, 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. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Chapter 1: Drawing Tools and Materials. Chapter 2: Architectural Drafting. Chapter 3: Architectural Drawing Systems. Chapter 4: Multiview Drawings. Chapter 5: Paraline Drawings. Chapter 6: Perspective Drawings. Chapter 7: Rendering Tonal Values. Chapter 8: Rendering Context. Chapter 9: Architectural Presentations. Chapter 10: Freehand Drawing. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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Compositions in Architecture

The Built Environment: A Collaborative Inquiry into Design and Planning, Second Edition

Don Hanlon

Wendy R. McClure, Tom J. Bartuska

978-0-470-05364-5 • March 2009

978-0-470-00752-5 • March 2007

Part I: The Definition of an Architect. Part II: The Education of an Architect

By exploring the underlying patterns of organization in architecture, this book enables the reader to connect architectural theory with the design process. It reveals the formal structures in architecture throughout the world and through the ages and inspires architects to turn abstract ideas into real-world design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Introduction. 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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Drawing from the expertise of prominent academics in their respective fields, this collaborative work takes a sweeping view of the ways we build things, beginning at the scale of products and interiors, to that of regions and global systems. It answers compelling questions on how we effect and are affected by our environment. TABLE OF CONTENTS Editor’s Notes And Acknowledgments. Contributing Authors And Their Affiliations. Preface To The First Edition, Ian L. Mcharg. 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. PART IV: Challenges: Designing And Planning A Quality Sustainable Environment For All. Index.

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Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, Fourth Edition Francis D.K. Ching 978-1-118-74508-3 • 2015

Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, Fourth Edition is the classic introduction to the basic vocabulary of architectural design, updated with new information on emerging trends and recent developments. The new fourth edition features contemporary examples of precedent-setting architecture, and an expanded CD that brings the book’s architectural concepts to life through interactive three-dimensional models and meticulous hand renderings. This bestselling visual reference helps both students and professionals understand the vocabulary of architectural design by examining how space and form are ordered in the environment. Taking a critical look at the evolution of spaces, Architecture distills complex concepts of design into a clear focus that inspires, bringing difficult abstractions to life. The book is illustrated throughout to demonstrate the concepts presented, and show the relationships between fundamental elements of architecture through the ages and across cultures. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Primary Elements. 2. Form. 3. Form & Space. 4. Organization. 5. Circulation. 6. Proportion & Scale. 7. Principles

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D E S I G N D R AW I N G

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

Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, Second Edition Jim Leggitt

Drawing Shortcuts

978-0-470-43548-9 • December 2009

D E V E L O P I N G Q U I C K D R AW I N G S K I L L S U S I N G T O D AY ’ S T E C H N O L O G Y

Drawing is the way architects and designers communicate with colleagues, clients and others. The ability to quickly generate sketches and presentation drawings is critical to any successful architect/designer. This book addresses this crucial skill by offering an integrated approach to traditional and digital. JIM L EGGITT , FAIA

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: Traditional Drawing Types. Chapter 2: Drawing Composition.Chapter 3: Traditional Drawing Tools. Chapter 4: Traditional Coloring Tools. Chapter 5: Traditional Entourage Drawing. Chapter 6: Digital Drawing Tools. Chapter 7: Tradigital Drawing. Chapter 8: Drawing Gallery. Conclusion. Contributors. Project Credits. Index.

Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, Fourth Edition Douglas Cooper 978-0-470-04716-3 • January 2007

Drawing and Perceiving discusses the knowledge, rational thought, and analysis that should be part of each step in the drawing process. This combination of technique along with theory and analysis makes this book the intelligent guide to drawing.

A revision of this bestselling drawing book continues the tradition of offering a complete body of illustrated instruction that demonstrates the development of design ideas. This new edition presents new and more efficient ways of creating color drawings by integrating both hand drawings and computer techniques. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I. Color Drawing for Communication. Chapter 1: Initial Considerations. Chapter 2: Media and Paper. Chapter 3: Technique. Chapter 4: Elements, Materials, and Finishes. Chapter 5: Scale Elements: Figures and Automobiles. PART II. Color Drawing for Presentation. Chapter 6. Color and Composition in Illustration. Chapter 7: Approaches to Creating Color Design Drawings. Chapter 8: Digital Color Drawing. Glossary. Bibliography. Design Credits. Index.

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BASIC PERSPECTIV E DR AW ING

Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, Sixth Edition John Montague 978-1-118-13414-6 • March 2013

Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Engaging the Visual World. Chapter 2: The Order of Appearance. Chapter 3: When Order is Made. Appendix A. Perspective: Office Method. Appendix B: Perspective: One-Point Magic Method. Appendix C.: Shadow Projection in Orthographic Views. Appendix D: Shadow Projection in Perspective Views. Bibliography. Glossary. Index. About the CD-ROM.

Drawing: A Creative Process Francis D.K. Ching 978-0-471-28968-5 • September 1989

Emphasizing the use of freehand drawing, this book 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—fully demonstrating the intriguing interplay of seeing, visualization, and expression through drawing. TABLE OF 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. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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Basic Perspective Drawing introduces students in formal design courses, as well as self-learners, to the basic principles and techniques of perspective drawing. Featuring clear and accessible illustrations that construct perspective views one step at a time, this new, streamlined edition reflects the most current drawing styles and examples, while supplementary tutorial videos—grouped by architectural disciplines, interior design, and studio art/illustration—provide live-action demonstrations of key topics discussed in the book. This is a must-have for students and instructors in art and design, architecture, and interior design programs. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Chapter 1: Overview. Chapter 2: Rendering Perspective Views from Observed Reality. Chapter 3: Plans, Elevations, and Paraline Projections. Chapter 4: Constructing Perspective Views. Chapter 5: Geometric Tools: Diagonals, Squares, and Cubes. Chapter 6: Sloping Planes and Surfaces. Chapter 7: Circles and Curved Surfaces. Chapter 8: Shadows and Reflections. Chapter 9: Freehand Sketching and Rapid Visualization. Chapter 10: The Figure in Perspective. Chapter 11: Shading and Rendering. Chapter 12: Aerial Perspective. Appendix A: Examples of Perspective Views Appendix B: Notes on Studying and Teaching Perspective Drawing. Index.

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Architectural Drawing

Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, Fourth Edition Rendow Yee 978-1-118-01287-1 • August 2012

A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods

Architectural Drawing is the classic, comprehensive compendium of architectural drawing. Rendow Yee Featuring examples from many high-profile architects and firms, the nearly one-thousand drawings and photos in this book illustrate all of the various types and methods of architectural drawing. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Representational Drawing. Chapter 2: Diagramming and Conceptual Sketching. Chapter 3: Introduction to Digital/Manual Design-Drawing Interface. Chapter 4: Conventional Orthogonal Terminology. Chapter 5: Orthographic and Paraline Drawing. Chapter 6: Linear Perspective Drawing. Chapter 7: Light, Shade, and Shadow. Chapter 8: Presentation Formats. Chapter 9: Introduction to Portfolio Building. Epilogue. Drawing Exercises. Appendix. Tool Fundamentals, Lettering, Line Types, Sections in Action. Bibliography. About the Author. Subject Index. Contributor Index. Web site Contributor Index. Contents of Companion Web Site (www.wiley.com/go/yee) Chapter 10: Conventional and Computerized Representation in Color. Chapter 11: Interfacing Manual with Digital Media Professional Office Example: Case Studies of Architects Antoine Predock and Zaha Hadid. Chapter 12: Interfacing Manual with Digital Media. Academic Studio Examples.

Freehand Drawing & Discovery

Freehand Drawing and Discovery: Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers

Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers

James Richards 978-1-118-23210-1 • February 2013

Freehand drawing is an essential skill for all James Richards designers, from urban planners and landscape Foreword by Francis D. K. Ching architects to interior designers and architects. This book uses an array of cross-disciplinary examples as well as stepby-step guidance using a “both/ and” approach to help students develop drawing skills. TABLE OF CONTENTS PART I: Learning a Language. Chapter One: The Freehand Renaissance. Influences. Art and Technology. Reintegrating Work and Play. Chapter Two: Nine Keys to Exploratory Drawing. Chapter Three: Elements and Entourage. People. Vehicles. Trees, Shrubs, Groundcovers. Rock and Landforms. Water. Furnishings. Sky. Buildings. Chapter 4: Creating Believable Worlds. Perspective: What you really need to know. Creating Depth: Foreground, Middle Ground, Background. Building Up Color. Pulling It Together. Drawing and Discovery with Luis Ruiz. PART II: Urban Sketching. Chapter Five: Urban Sketching as Creative Fuel. Drawing and Discovery with Gabriel Campanario. Chapter Six: Capturing the Place. Tools. Subject Matter. Editing. To Color or not to Color? Working Fast. PART III: Concept Sketching. Chapter 7: Capturing the Idea. Sketching Over Digital Bases. Concepts and Character. Drawing and Discovery with Kim Perry. Chapter 8: Tablet Sketching. Drawing Without Limits. The Vision. The Reality. Tablet Sketching Gallery. Drawing and Discovery with Robert Chipman, ASLA. Chapter 9: What’s Next? Practice. Collect. Copy. Keep the Well Filled. Drawing and Discovery with Bob Hopewell. Endnote.

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Design Drawing, Second Edition Francis D.K. Ching, Steven P. Juroszek

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978-0-470-53369-7 • November 2010

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CHING

Francis D.K. Ching shares his unique command of the visual language in this revised edition that takes readers step-by-step through the entire drawing process.

In Design Drawing, Second Edition, the author unmasks the basic cognitive processes that drive visual perception and expression, incorporating observation, memory, and rendering into a creative whole, drawings, and offers how they can be applied to achieve stunning results. Featuring over 1,500 beautifully hand-drawn illustrations that reinforce the concepts and lessons of each chapter, Design Drawing comes complete with an innovative CD-ROM that features twelve new modules, step-by-step video of the author demonstrating freehand techniques, 3D models, and more. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Introduction. Drawing from Observation. Chapter 1: Line and Shape. Chapter 2: Tone and Texture. Chapter 3: Form and Structure. Chapter 4: Space and Depth. Drawing Systems. Chapter 5: Pictorial Systems. Chapter 6: Multiview Drawings. Chapter 7: Paraline Drawings. Chapter 8: Perspective Drawings. Drawing from the Imagination. Chapter 9: Speculative Drawing. Chapter 10: Diagraming. Chapter 11: Drawing Composition. Chapter 12: Presentation Drawing. Index. Preface to CD-ROM. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition Norman Crowe, Paul Laseau 978-0-470-90853-2 • November 2011

This show-by-example sourcebook 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 indispensible resource for architects and designers using freehand notational sketching as a way of recording, experiencing, observing, learning, and further connecting with their creativity. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. 1. Introduction. The Uses of Visual Notes. Visual Literacy. The Notebook. Using This Book. Getting Started. 2. A Guide to Note-Taking. Recording. Analysis. Design. 3. A Journal. Exploring a Place. Understanding Order and Disorder. Solutions to Common Problems. Focusing on Details. Design Study: International Center. 4. A Collection of Visual Notes. Thinking and Creativity. Visual Note-Taking. Examples. 5. Transitions to Design. Visual Notation and Design Process. Impact of Digital Technology. Digital Design Media. Examples. Conclusion. Appendix—Tools and Techniques. Equipment. Basic Drawings. Drawing Conventions. Analytical Drawings. Symbolic Drawings. Endnotes. Illustration and Photo Credits. Bibliography. Index.

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HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

Architecture of First Societies: A Global Perspective

A Global History of Architecture, Second Edition

A Companion to Asian Art and Architecture

Mark M. Jarzombek

Francis D.K. Ching, Mark M. Jarzombek, Vikramaditya Prakash

Rebecca M. Brown, Deborah S. Hutton

978-1-118-14210-3 • August 2013

978-0-470-40257-3 • November 2010

Starting with the dawn of human society through early civilizations to the pre-Columbian American tribes, Architecture of First Societies traces the different cultural formations that developed in various places throughout the world to form the built environment. Looking through the lenses of time and geography, the book brings the history of early architecture to life with full-color photographs, maps, and drawings. Based on the latest research in archaeology and anthropology, this landmark book also looks at how indigenous societies build today in order to help inform our understanding of the past. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Foundations. Chapter 1: The South African Cultural Emergence. Chapter 2: Late Pleistocene— Early Holocene. Chapter 3: Savanna—and Forest Peoples Today. Chapter 4: The Great Northern Continuum: Part 1. Chapter 5: The Great Northern Continuum: Part 2. Chapter 6: The Mound and Plaza Societies of the Americas. Part 2: Plans, Animals, and Rituals. Chapter 7: Introduction: Village Worlds. Chapter 8: Agro-Pastoral Transitions. Chapter 9: Expansion into Europe. Chapter 10: Cattle-Tending Societies. Chapter 11: Emergence of Central and South American Agriculture Societies. Part 3: Global Expansions. Chapter 12: Africa and Eurasia Transformed. Chapter 13: The World of Portable Architecture. Chapter 14: East Asian Rice Continuum. Chapter 15: African Transformations. Chapter 16: The Arrival of Agro-Centrism in the North America Coda.

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A Global History of Architecture transcends older models of architectural history by taking a fresh look at the world as a whole, and looking at what went on in different parts at specific time periods. The breadth of insight provided by this this book distinguishes it as the most relevant book on the topic. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Early Cultures. Ritual Centers. 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. Afterword. Glossary. Bibliography. Photo Credits. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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This text presents a collection of twenty-six original essays that explore and critically examine various aspects of the field of Asian art and architectural history. Featuring contributions from both leading scholars and emerging voices, the essays cover the current state of scholarship in Asian art and its rich and myriad diversity. TABLE OF CONTENTS List of Illustrations. Notes on Contributors. Acknowledgments. PART I Introduction. PART II: Objects in Use. PART III: Space. PART IV: Artists. PART V : Challenging the Canon. PART VI: Shifting Meanings. PART VII: Elusive, Mobile Objects. Index.


ARCHITECTUR AL DESIGN

F ifth Edition

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

The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, Fourth Edition Osamu A. Wakita, Nagy R. Bakhoum, Richard M. Linde

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The Architect’s Studio Companion is the only handbook the practicing architect needs. Packed with useful information, it Edward Allen Joseph Iano is more than simply a reference. Edward Allen and Joseph Iano, authors of the bestselling Fundamentals of Building Construction, use their trademark talent for explaining highly technical concepts in an easy to understand manner.

The study and practice of architecture demand a working command of architectural drawing as a means of graphic communication. This book documents the step-by-step evolution of a complete set of working drawings- for the student and professional alike—just the way it’s done in architectural offices across the country.

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Contents. Acknowledgments. How To Use This Book. Section 1—Designing With Building Codes: Designing With Building Codes. Section 2—Designing The Structure: Selecting The Structural System. Configuring The Structural System. Sizing The Structural System. Section 3—Designing With Daylight: Design Criteria For Daylighting Systems. Configuring And Sizing Daylighting Systems. Section 4—Designing Spaces For Mechanical And Electrical Services: Selecting Heating And Cooling Systems For Large Buildings. Configuring And Sizing Mechanical And Electrical Services For Large Buildings. Passive Heating And Cooling Systems. Mechanical And Electrical Systems For Small Buildings. Section 5—Designing For Egress And Accessibility: Configuring The Egress System And Providing Accessible Routes. Sizing The Egress System. Stairway And Ramp Design. Section 6—Design For Parking: Design Criteria For Parking Facilities. Configuring Parking Facilities. Sizing Parking Facilities. Section 7—Designing With Height And Area Limitations: Height And Area Limitations. Height And Area Tables. Appendix A. Example Use Of This Book. Appendix B. Units Of Conversion. Bibliography. Index.

PART I: Professional Foundations. Chapter 1: The Office. Chapter 2: Standards And Techniques, Metrification, Hand Drafting, And Computer-Aided Drafting. Chapter 3: BIM, Revit, And Human Concerns. Chapter 4: Sustainable/Green Architecture. Chapter 5: Construction Materials And Methods. Chapter 6: Initial Preparation Phase For Construction Documents. PART II: Document Evolution. Chapter 7: Site And Grading Plan. Chapter 8: Floor Plan. Chapter 9: Foundation And Roof Plans, Floor And Roof Framing Systems. Chapter 10: Building Sections. Chapter 11: Exterior And Interior Elevations. Chapter 12: Schedules: Door, Window, And Finish. Chapter 13: Architectural Details And Vertical Links (Stairs/ Elevators). PART III: Case Studies. Chapter 14: Construction Documents For A One-Story, Conventional Wood-Framed Residence. Chapter 15 Construction Documents For A Two-Story, Wood-Framed Residence With Basement. Chapter 16 Conceptual Design And Construction Documents For A Steel And Masonry Building (Theater). Chapter 17: Madison Steel Building. Chapter 18: Tenant Improvements. Index. Appendix A: Survey Of Regional Differences Available Online At www.Wiley.Com/Go/wakita. Appendix B: A Uniform System For Architectural Working Drawing Available Online At Www.Wiley.Com/Go/wakita. Abbreviations Available Online At www.Wiley.Com/Go/wakita.

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Language of Space and Form

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

Osamu A. Wakita

Nagy R. Bakhoum Richard M. Linde

MATERIALITY and Interior Construction

978-0-470-61844-8 • January 2012

Finally: one resource that permits designers to use architectural terminology as a tool to generate ideas and inform their designs. The first book created to use words and their meanings to help readers both understand and start the design process, Language of Space and Form is an invaluable tool that goes beyond identification of elements to look at the possibilities of design. Made with the idea of permitting the reader to grow as they master the design process, this book is meant to be a reference used throughout their education and professional career—from the beginning design studio to the studio practice. JAMES ECKLER

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. A Note to Students on the Design Process and the Role of Words. Terms of Process and Generation. Terms of Organization and Ordering. Terms of Operation and Experience. Terms of Objects and Assembles. Terms of Representation and Communication. Bibliography, Index.

Materiality and Interior Construction Nancy Gesimondo, Jim Postell 978-0-470-44544-0 • May 2011

Materiality and Interior Construction is a comprehensive reference manual of building and decorative materials and finishes, and how they are put together in construction Nancy Gesimondo Jim Postell assemblies by introducing the properties, conditions, and attributes of a wide range of materials used by architects and interior designers. •

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgements. Foreword. Chapter 1: Why Materials Matter. Chapter 2: Flooring. Chapter 3: Walls, Partitions, And Vertical Components. Chapter 4: Ceilings. Chapter 5: Millwork. Appendix: Material Matters. Notes. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

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ARCHITECTUR AL DESIGN

Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, Sixth Edition

Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building

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

Marian Keeler, Bill Burke 978-0-470-15293-5 • May 2009

978-0-470-38036-9 • April 2010

A rich sourcebook covering the process of environmental design and building, Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building introduces the student and practitioner to the history, theory and technology of green building. From air and water quality to material selection and energy efficiency, this sweeping resource is sure to be referenced until worn out.

The book includes easy-to-use guidelines for creating construction specifications. The authors identify and explain all that students and professionals need to know about correct terminology, product selection procedures, and practical techniques for document production. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Introduction. Chapter 1: The Role of Specifications. Chapter 2: Relationship between Drawings and Specifications. Chapter 3: Organization of Specifications. Chapter 4: The Project Manual and Specifications Sections. Chapter 5: Formats for Specification Sections. Chapter 6: Types of Specifications. Chapter 7: Specifications Writing Principles. Chapter 8: Bidding Requirements. Chapter 9: General Conditions of the Contract. Chapter 10: Supplementary Conditions of the Contract. Chapter 11: Bonds, Guaranties, and Warranties. Chapter 12: Division 01 - General Requirements. Chapter 13: Modifications. Chapter 14: Specifications Language. Chapter 15: Specifications Resources. Chapter 16: Product Selection. Chapter 17: Specifications Writing Procedures. Chapter 18: Master Guide Specifications. Chapter 19: Computer-Assisted Specifications. Chapter 20: Preliminary Project Description. Chapter 21: Outline and Shortform Specifications. Chapter 22: Green Specs/LEED Specs. Chapter 23: Building Information Modeling. Conclusions. Study Questions. Appendix A: Project Manual Checklist. Appendix B: Sample Division 01 - General Requirements. Appendix C: Sample Preliminary Project Description. Appendix D: Sample Outline Specifications. Appendix E Sample AIA Documents. Appendix F Sample EJCDC Documents. Study Questions: Answers. Index.

Architectural Graphic Standards: Student Edition, An Abridgment of the Eleventh Edition Charles George Ramsey, Harold Reeve Sleeper, Bruce Bassler 978-0-470-08546-2 • February 2008

TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Section 1: Building Elements. Chapter 1: Element A: Substructure. Chapter 2: Element B: Shell. Chapter 3: Element C: Interiors. Chapter 4: Element D: Services. Chapter 5: Element E: Equipment and Furnishings. Chapter 6: Element F: Special Construction and Demolition. Chapter 7: Element G: Building Sitework. Section 2: Materials. Chapter 8: Concrete. Chapter 9: Masonry. Chapter 10: Metals. Chapter 11: Wood. Section 3: Issues of Contemporary Practice. Chapter 12: Sustainable Design. Chapter 13: Inclusive Design. Chapter 14: Computing Technologies. Chapter 15: Architectural Research. Appendices. Index.

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Foreword. Preface. Contributors. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: The Integrated Building Design Process. Chapter 2: A History of the Environmental Movements. Chapter 3: Modern International Conferences and Treaties. Chapter 4:The Emergence of Green Building and Green Building Legislation. Chapter 5: Sources of Chemicals in the Environment. Chapter 6: Environmental Chemicals in Humans and Buildings. Chapter 7: Indoor Air Quality TechnologiesGreen Design for Long-Term Occupant Health. Chapter 8: Indoor Environmental Quality Issues. Chapter 9: Introduction to Energy Issues: Use and Standards. Chapter 10: Basic Energy Principles. Chapter 11: Energy-Efficient Building Design: Residential and Small Commercial Buildings. Chapter 12: Energy-Efficient Building Design: Nonresidential Buildings. Chapter 13: Resource Efficiency and Resource Use in Buildings. Chapter 14: Materials Selection and Product Certification. Chapter 15: Water Quality and Water Conservation. Chapter 16: Sustainable Neighborhoods and Communities. Chapter 17: Case Studies. Chapter 18: Rating Systems and Practice Tools. Chapter 19: Life Cycle Assessment. Chapter 20:Waste Impacts and the Building Industry. Chapter 21: Construction and Demolition Waste Management. Appendices. A.: A Selection of Green Building Case Studies. B: Alternative Construction Technologies. C: The State of Our Health in Buildings. Glossary. Bibliography. Illustration Credits. Index.

Material Precedent: The Typology of Modern Tectonics

MATERIAL The Typology of Modern Tectonics

This book represents the most significant revision of the title since the Ninth Edition. Based on Architectural Graphic Standards, Eleventh Edition, this student edition is completely revised and reorganized to be more relevant to today’s architectural students.

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PRECEDENT

Gail Peter Borden 978-0-470-47729-8 • February 2010

This analytical catalog of architectural precedent is the first to focus on materiality. By diagramming significant architectural projects through their material expression, Material Precedent guides the reader through material application in new designs. Using two colors throughout with crisp, clear line drawings, anyone interested in 20th-century architecture will be captivated by the graphic presentation. GAIL PETER BORDEN

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Precedents. Detailed Precedents. Comparative Applications. Wood Projects. Mansonry Projects. Concrete Projects. Metal Projects. Glass Projects. Plastic Projects.

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Architectural Detailing: Function • Constructibility • Aesthetics, Second Edition Edward Allen, Patrick Rand 978-0-471-48817-0 • October 2006

This new edition of the standard on architectural detailing is now greatly expanded with new instructional sections covering analysis and modification of existing details and design of new details, both basic and advanced. This book tells the reader how to design details that are easy to construct, and look good. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. PART I: Detail Patterns. Section 1: Function. Chapter 1: Controlling Water Leakage. Chapter 2: Controlling Air Leakage. Chapter 3: Controlling Heat Flow. Chapter 4: Controlling Water Vapor. Chapter 5: Controlling Sound. Chapter 6: Accommodating Movement. Chapter 7: Providing Structural Support. Chapter 8: Providing Passages For Mechanical And Electrical Services. Chapter 9 Health And Safety. Chapter 10: Providing For The Aging Of The Building. Section 2: Constructibility. Chapter 11: Ease Of Assembly. Chapter 12: Forgiving Details. Chapter 13: Efficient Use Of Construction. Section 3: Aesthetics. Chapter 14: Aesthetics. PART Ii: Detail Development. Section 1: Applying The Detail Patterns. Chapter 15: Detailing A Building In Wood Light Framing. Chapter 16: Detailing A Building In Architectural Concrete. Chapter 17: Detailing A Brick Facing On A Concrete Frame. Section 2: Getting Started. Appendices. Appendix A: The Detailer’s Reference Shelf. Appendix B: Formulating Exercises For Self-Study Or Classroom Use. Index.

UNIVERSAL DESIGN

Universal Design: Designing Inclusive Environments

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

Edward Steinfeld, Jordana Maisel 978-0-470-39913-2 • March 2012

Universal Design

The new standard text on the topic, Universal Design introduces architects, designers of interiors, products, landscapes, and communities the principles Designing Inclusive Environments and practice of designing for all people. Serving as both a survey of the field and reference for researchers, this book is sure to be constantly at the fingertips of all types of designers. Edward Steinfeld and Jordana Maisel

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Chapter 1: Barriers And Their Social Meaning. Chapter 2: Defining Universal Design. Chapter 3: The New Demographics Chapter 4: Practicing Universal Design. Chapter 5: Design For Human Performance. Chapter 6: Design For Health And Wellness. Chapter 7: Design For Social PARTicipation. Chapter 8: Public Accommodations. Chapter 9: Housing . Chapter 10: Home Modifications. Chapter 11: Universal Design And The Interior Environment. Chapter 12: Product Design. Chapter 13: Public Transportation And Universal Design. Summary. Review Topics. References. Index.

Alvin R. Tilley, Henry Dreyfuss Associates 978-0-471-09955-0 December 2001

This book is an updated and expanded version of the landmark human factors book first published in 1959. The Measure of Man and Woman brings together the most essential information available to assist designers in creating products and environments to better accommodate human needs. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Introduction. Human Factors: A Brief History. Chapter 1: Anthropometry. Chapter 2: The Elderly Chapter 3: Seating. Chapter 4: Residential Space Considerations. Chapter 5: Maintenance Access. Chapter 6: Safety at Work and at Home. Chapter 7: Vehicular Accommodation. Chapter 8: Displays. Chapter 9: Manual Controls. Chapter 10: The Environment. Appendix A: Conversion Scales. Appendix B: Abbreviations. Appendix C: Anthropometric Terms. Bibliography. Index. Illustations: Anatomical Planes and Orientations.

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BUILDING CODES

Applying the ADA: Designing for the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design in Multiple Building Types

Fourth Edition

Building Codes Illustrated A Guide to Understanding the 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE®

Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, Fourth Edition Francis D.K. Ching, Steven R. Winkel

Marcela A. Rhoads

978-0-470-90357-5 • August 2012

978-1-118-02786-8 • April 2013 Francis D.K. Ching / Steven R Winkel, FAIA, PE

By showing how the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design have been applied in various contexts and building types, this extensively illustrated guide helps readers quickly understand the requirements of the standards and how to apply them to both new construction and renovation. Written by an architect who consults regularly on accessibility issues for design professionals, building owners, and facility managers, this user-friendly guide features 100 photos and 150 drawings that take the guesswork out of applying the standards to real-world projects. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: General Guidelines. Chapter 2: Retail and Mixed-Use Facilities. Chapter 3: Primary Education. Chapter 4: Secondary and Postsecondary Education. Chapter 5: Hospitality. Chapter 6: Healthcare and Senior Living Communities. Chapter 7: Amusement Parks and Play Areas. Chapter 8: Historic Preservation and Remodels. Chapter 9: Residential Projects. Chapter 10: Universal Design Beyond the ADA. Appendix A: Reference Tables. Appendix B: Resources.

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Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, Sixth Edition Edward Allen, Joseph Iano 978-1-118-13891-5 • October 2013

Now in its Sixth Edition, this bestselling reference focuses on the basic materials and methods used in building construction. Emphasizing common construction systems such as light wood frame, masonry bearing wall, steel frame, and reinforced concrete construction, the new edition includes new information on building materials properties; the latest on “pre-engineered” building components and sustainability issues; and reflects the latest building codes and standards. The book also features an expanded series of case studies along with more axonometric detail drawings and revised photographs for a thoroughly illustrated approach. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Making Buildings. Chapter 2: Foundations and Sitework. Chapter 3: Wood. Chapter 4: Heavy Timber Frame Construction. Chapter 5: Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 6: Exterior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 7: Interior Finishes for Wood Light Frame Construction. Chapter 8: Brick Masonry. Chapter 9: Stone and Concrete Masonry. Chapter 10: Masonry Wall Construction. Chapter 11: Steel Frame Construction. Chapter 12: Light Gauge Steel Frame Construction. Chapter 13: Concrete Construction. Chapter 14: Sitecast Concrete Framing Systems. Chapter 15: Precast Concrete Framing Systems. Chapter 16: Roofing. Chapter 17: Glass and Glazing. Chapter 18: Windows and Doors. Chapter 19: Designing Exterior Wall Systems. Chapter 20: Cladding with Masonry and Concrete. Chapter 21: Cladding with Metal and Glass. Chapter 22: Selecting Interior Finishes. Chapter 23: Interior Walls and Partitions. Chapter 24: Finish Ceilings and Floors.

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Edward Allen, Joseph Iano 978-1-118-65328-9 • October 2013

This essential companion to Fundamentals of Building Construction, Sixth Edition let’s students explore the types of everyday issues faced by professional architects. It offers students a hands-on way to apply material learn in the core book with forty-six real-world construction problems, clear instructions for each exercise, informative illustrations, and ample space to work out answers. Complete with online resources for students and instructors, Exercises in Building Construction, Sixth Edition provides expert developmental guidance from the industry’s leading author team. TABLE OF 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 Metal and Glass. Selecting Interior Finishes. Interior Walls and Partitions. Finish Ceilings and Floors.

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Enhance your construction course with RSMEANS— Wiley is pleased to partner with RSMeans to deliver a new generation of materials for your students. Your students will gain the construction expertise they need for their future careers with NEW resources by Wiley. Wiley manages RSMeans’ current suite of reference books—several of which you will find on these pages; more available on our website—that cover topics from estimating and project management to green building, facility management, home improvement, and more. What’s more, Wiley and RSMeans have launched a cobranded series of new references for construction courses, in both print and electronic formats, combining the expertise of two trusted brands for the ongoing benefit of our customers. Prefer to customize your course? Combine assets within RSMEANS titles to create your own Construction text in just 3 easy steps with Wiley Custom Select.

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RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition Means Engineering Staff 978-1-118-13352-1 • November 2012

Construction is one of the largest industries in the U.S. and like any industry, the field has its own terminology, abbreviations, and acronyms that are used both out in the field and in the management office. This can be overwhelming even for the professional builder, but for the student it is a tremendous challenge. Construction and design students need a handy reference that will guide them through the concepts and procedures of the construction process. A Student Edition of the standard reference for the built environment, this dictionary uses non-technical language to clearly define a wide range of construction concepts and terms. Readers will have at their fingertips nearly 10,000 terms, phrases, and abbreviations from every area of construction, as well as more than 1,000 drawings and photographs to help illustrate concepts. An extensive reference section with plan symbols and conversions and equivalents rounds off this essential guide for readers at every skill level in construction, architecture, and design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface, Acknowledgments, Terms and Definitions, Appendix

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RSMeans Cost Data + Website, Student Edition Means Engineering Staff 978-1-118-33590-1 • April 2012

This book provides a thorough introduction to cost estimating in a self-contained print and online package. With clear explanations and a hands-on, example-driven approach, it is the ideal reference for students and new professionals who need to learn how to perform cost estimation for building construction. With more than 930 Location Factors in the US and Canada, the data includes up-to-date system prices for more than 100 standard assemblies and in-place costs for thousands of alternates, making it easy to customize budget estimates and compare system costs. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: The Contract Documents. Chapter 2: Calculating Linear Measure, Area, and Volume. Chapter 3: The Quantity Takeoff. Chapter 4: Understanding Material, Labor, and Equipment. Chapter 5: Pricing the Estimates/ Estimate Summary. Chapter 6: Unit Cost Estimates. Chapter 7: Assemblies Estimating. Chapter 8: Square Food Cost Models. Chapter 9: Project Costs, Order of Magnitude Estimates, and RSMeans Indexes.


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Construction Project Safety John Schaufelberger, Ken-Yu Lin

CONSTRUCTION PROJECT SAFETY

978-1-118-23192-0 • December 2013

This introduction to construction safety for management personnel uses a project-based approach to present hazards in construction and their mitigation or prevention. After introducing Accident Prevention Programs and OSHA compliance requirements, Construction Project Safety integrates safety instruction into the building process by following a building project from site construction through interior finish. Photographs, drawings, contract documentation, and an online 3D BIM model reinforce this applied approach and help readers visualize onsite scenarios. John Schaufelberger Ken-Yu Lin

SOLAR ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES AND PROJECT DELIVERY FOR BUILDINGS

ANDY WALKER,

Solar Energy: A Design Guide for Building Professionals

P HD, PE

Andy Walker 978-1-118-13924-0 • September 2013

Solar Energy is an authoritative reference on the design of solar energy systems in building projects, including applications, operating principles, and simple tools for construction, engineering, and design professionals. It simplifies the solar design and engineering process, providing sample documentation and special tools that offer needed information on the design of solar energy systems for building, enabling mainstream MEP and design firms—rather than solar energy specialists—to meet the growing demand for solar energy systems in building projects. TABLE OF CONTENTS:

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Worker Compensation and Injured Worker Management. Chapter 3: Accident Prevention Program. Chapter 4: OSHA Compliance. Chapter 5: Safety for Project Start Up. Chapter 6: Safety for Site Preparation, Earthwork, and Foundation. Chapter 7: Safety for the Super Structure. Chapter 8: Safety for the Exterior Enclosure. Chapter 9: Safety for the Interior Construction. Chapter 10: Safety for the Miscellaneous Work Items.

FOURTH EDITION

Project Scheduling and Management

Chapter 1: Delivering Solar Energy Projects. Chapter 2: The Solar Energy Resource. Chapter 3: Photovoltaics (PV, Solar Electricity). Chapter 4: Solar Water Heating. Chapter 5: Solar Ventilation Air Preheating. Chapter 6: Solar Space Heating and Cooling. Chapter 7: Case Studies of Solar Buildings.

Project Scheduling and Management for Construction, 4th Edition

Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction

David R. Pierce, Jr.

Wayne J. DelPico

978-1-118-36780-3 • September 2013

978-1-118-13923-3 • September 2013

for Construction

First published in 1988 by RS Means, the new edition of this book has been substantially revised for students enrolled in construction management and civil engineering programs. While retaining its emphasis on developing practical, professional-level scheduling skills, the new edition is a relatable, real-world case study that can be used over the course of a semester. The book also includes classroom elements like exercises, quizzes, skill-building exercises, and an instructor’s manual that includes two additional new cases.

The key to successful project management lies in the fusing of cost to schedule whereby the management of one helps the management of the other. A project’s cost and duration must have a direct relationship with baselines for tracking the project and keeping both cost and schedule on target. This book explores the reasons behind the methodologies for proper planning, monitoring, and controlling cost and schedule, filling a void in the current literature on project control in contemporary construction.

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Chapter 1: Project Management Fundamentals. Chapter 2: Pre-Planning Investigation. Chapter 3: Planning the Project. Chapter 4: Scheduling the Project. Chapter 5: Publishing the Schedule. Chapter 6: Monitoring and Controlling the Project. Chapter 7: Resource Management. Chapter 8: Procurement Scheduling. Chapter 9: Line of Balance Scheduling.

Chapter 1: The Basics. Chapter 2: Introduction to Project Control. Chapter 3: Pre-Construction Planning. Chapter 4: The Schedule. Chapter 5: The Budget. Chapter 6: Integrating the Schedule and the Budget. Chapter 7: Calculating and Analyzing Progress. Chapter 8: Analyzing and Reporting Variances in Schedule and Cost. Chapter 9: Recognizing Trends and Forecasting Performance. Chapter 10: Productivity. Chapter 11: Acceleration and Schedule Compression. Chapter 12: Resource Management. Chapter 13: Risk Management. Chapter 14: Project Closeout.

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Construction Project Scheduling and Control, Third Edition

Construction Project Scheduling and Control, Third Edition Saleh A. Mubarak 978-1-118-84600-1 • 2015

Temporary Structure Design Christopher Souder 978-1-118-90558-6 • 2015

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TEMPORARY STRUCTURE DESIGN

Written by a career construction professional, this text about scheduling and project control Saleh A. Mubarak addresses the average student, detailing all the steps clearly and without shortcuts. Solved and unsolved exercises cover all subjects and computer software programs for construction are included for each chapter. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Bar (Gantt) Charts. Chapter 3: Basic Networks. Chapter 4: The Critical Path Method (CPM). Chapter 5: Precedence Networks. Chapter 6: Resource Allocation and Resource Leveling. Chapter 7: Schedule Updating and Project Control. Chapter 8: Schedule Compression and Time-Cost. Chapter 9: Reports and Presentations. Chapter 10: Scheduling as Part of the Project Management Effort. Chapter 11: Other Scheduling Methods. Chapter 12: Dynamic Minimum Lag Relationship. Chapter 13: Construction Delay and Other Claims. Chapter 14: Schedule Risk Management. Chapter 15: 4D Modeling and Scheduling.

Construction Project Management Sixth Edition

S. Keoki Sears, University of New Mexico, Glenn A. Sears, The University of New Mexico, Richard H. Clough, Jerald L. Rounds

Construction Project Management, Sixth Edition S. Keoki Sears, University of New Mexico, Glenn A. Sears, The University of New Mexico, Richard H. Clough, Jerald L. Rounds 978-1-118-74505-2 • 2015

For more than thirty years, Construction Project Management has been considered the preeminent guide to all aspects of the construction project management process, including the Critical Path Method (CPM) of project scheduling, and much more. Now in its Sixth Edition, it continues to provide a solid foundation of the principles and fundamentals of project management, with a particular emphasis on project planning, demonstrated through an example project, along with new pedagogical elements such as end-of-chapter problems and questions and a full suite of instructor’s resources. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Construction Practices. 2. Systematic Project Management. 3. Project Estimating. 4. Project Planning. 5. Project Scheduling Concepts. 6. Production Planning. 7. Managing Time. 8. Resource Management. 9. Project Scheduling Applications. 10. Project Coordination. 11. Project Cost System. 12. Project Financial Management.

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Temporary Structure Design is the first design-oriented guide to the design of temporary construction structures. The target course for this book is a senior level, undergraduate course at any university or a specialty graduate course for a reader who should be familiar with statics and strengths of materials, though it includes an early chapter on statistics for review. TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Statistics. Chapter 2: Strength of Materials. Chapter 3: Types of Loads on Temporary Structures. Chapter 4: Scaffolding Design. Chapter 5: Soil Properties and Soil Loading. Chapter 6: Soldier Beam, Lagging and Tiebacks. Chapter 7: Sheet Piling and Strutting. Chapter 8: Pressure and Forces on Formwork and Falsework. Chapter 9: Concrete Formwork Design. Chapter 10: Falsework Design. Chapter 11: Bracing and Guying. Chapter 12: Trestles and Equipment Bridges. Chapter 13: Support of Existing Structures.

Construction Contracting:

A Practical Guide to Company Management, Eighth Edition

Richard H. Clough, The University of New Mexico, Glenn A. Sears, University of New Mexico, S. Keoki Sears, Robert O. Segner

Construction Contracting: A Practical Guide to Company Management, Eighth Edition Richard H. Clough, The University of New Mexico, Glenn A. Sears, University of New Mexico, S. Keoki Sears, Robert O. Segner 978-1-118-69321-6 • 2014

Construction Contracting remains a bestseller in the construction industry nearly fifty years after its first publication. The first revision in nine years, the Eight Edition reflects the huge changes in construction professional practice. This text presents the hard-to-find information essential to successfully managing a construction business, and applies to building, heavy civil, high-tech, and industrial construction endeavors alike. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Construction Industry. 2. Business Ownership. 3. Company Organization. 4. Project Design and Contract and Bid Documents for a Project. 5. Cost Estimating and Bidding. 6. Construction Contract Provisions. 7. Contract Surety Bonds. 8. Construction Insurance. 9. Business Methods. 10. Project Management and Administration. 11. Project Time Management. 12. Project Cost Management. 13. Labor Law. 14. Labor Relations. 15. Project Safety. Appendix A. Instructions to Bidders. Appendix B. AIA Document B101-2007 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Architect. Appendix C. Construction Specifications Institute MasterFormat 2014. Appendix D. AIA Document A201-2007 General Conditions of the Contract for Construction. Appendix E. Supplementary Conditions. Appendix F. Sample Lump Sum Proposal Form, with Reference to Addenda and Alternates. Appendix G. AIA Document A101-2007 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor for a Stipulated Sum Project, Including Alternates. Appendix H. AIA Document A102-2007 Standard Form of Agreement Between Owner and Contractor Where the Basis of Payment is the Cost of the Work Plus a Fee with a Guaranteed Maximum Price. Appendix I. AIA Document A310-2010 Bid Bond. Appendix J. AIA Document A312-2010 Performance Bond. Appendix K. AIA Document A312-2010 Payment Bond. Appendix L. AGC Document 655 Standard Form of Agreement Between Contractor and Subcontractor. Appendix M. AIA Document A401-2007 Standard Form of Agreement Between Contractor and Subcontractor. Appendix N. Construction Industry Arbitration Rules and Procedures of the American Arbitration Association. Appendix O. Typical Construction Company General Ledger Accounts.

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Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, 12th Edition Walter T. Grondzik, Florida A&M University, Alison G. Kwok, University of Oregon

Building Construction Illustrated, 5th Edition Francis D.K. Ching FRANCIS D. K.

CHING

978-1-118-45834-1 • February 2014

BUILDING

Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition is the industry standard reference that comprehensively covers all aspects of building systems. With over 2,200 drawings and photographs, the book discusses basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedure for buildings of all sizes. The updated Twelfth Edition includes over 300 new illustrations, plus information on the latest design trends, codes, and technologies, while the companion website offers new interactive features including animations, additional case studies, quizzes, and more.

For over three decades, Building Construction Illustrated has offered an outstanding introduction to the principles of building construction. This new edition of the revered classic remains as relevant as ever, providing the latest information in Francis D.K. Ching’s signature style. Its rich and comprehensive approach clearly presents all of the basic concepts underlying building construction. This new edition features digital enhancements delivered as an online companion to the print edition or embedded in e-book editions. It includes a 3D model showing how building components come together in a final project and reflects the 2012 International Building Codes and 2012 LEED system. Building Construction Illustrated, 5th Edition presents the most current knowledge in a richly illustrated and comprehensive fashion.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Part I: The Building Design Context. 1. Design Process. 2. Environmental Resources. 3. Sites And Resources. Part II: Design Fundamentals. 4. Thermal Comfort. 5 Indoor Air Quality. 6. Solar Geometry And Shading Devices. 7. Heat Flow. Part III: Passive Environmental Systems 8. Daylighting. 9 Passive Heating. 10. Passive Cooling. 11. Integrating Passive Systems. Part IV: Active Environmental Systems. 12 Active Climate Control. 13. Lighting Fundamentals. 14. Electric Light Sources. 15. Lighting Design Process. 16. Electric Lighting Design. 17. Electric Lighting Applications. 18. Water And Basic Design. 19. Water Supply. 20. Liquid Waste. 21. Solid Waste. 22. Fundamentals Of Architectural Acoustics. 23. Sound In Enclosed Spaces.24. Building Noise Control. 25. Fire Protection. Part VII: Electricity 26. Principles Of Electricity. 27. Electrical Systems And Materials: Service And Utilization.28. Electrical Systems And Materials: Wiring And Raceways 29. Electric Wiring Design. 30. Photovoltaic Systems. 31. Signal Systems. Part IX Transportation 32. Vertical Transportation: Passenger Elevators. 33. Vertical Transportation: Special Topics. 34. Moving Stairways And Walks. Part X: Appendices.

Chapter 1: The Building Site. Chapter 2: The Building. Chapter 3: Foundation Systems. Chapter 4: Floor Systems. Chapter 5: Wall Systems. Chapter 6: Roof Systems. Chapter 7: Moisture and Thermal Protection. Chapter 8: Doors and Windows. Chapter 9: Special Construction. Chapter 10: Finish Work. Chapter 11: Mechanical and Electrical Systems. Chapter 12: Notes on Materials. Appendix. Bibliography. Index.

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CONSTRUCTION

ILLUSTRATED FIFTH EDITION

THIRD

EDITION

Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition Edward Allen, Rob Thallon 978-0-470-54083-1 • March 2011

F U N D A M E N T A L S

O F

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Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition takes an in-depth look at the procedures and materials that are specific to home building. It 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.

CONSTRUCTION Edward Allen

Rob Thallon

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Context. PART II: Materials. PART III: Wood Light Frame Construction. PART IV: Alternative Construction Systems Glossary. Index.

CHING

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Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth Edition Wayne J. Del Pico 978-1-118-76698-9 • 2015

FOURTH EDITION

Simplify the estimating process with the latest data, materials, and practices with Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth Edition, a comprehensive guide to estimating electrical costs, Wayne J. Del Pico with data provided by leading construction database RS Means. The book covers the materials and processes encountered by the modern contractor, and provides all the information professionals need to make the most precise estimate. The Fourth Edition has been updated to reflect the changing materials, techniques, and practices in the field, and provides the most recent Means cost data available. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Components of an Estimate. Chapter 2: Types of Estimates. Chapter 3: Before Starting the Estimate. Chapter 4: The Quantity Takeoff. Chapter 5: Pricing the Estimate. Chapter 6: Direct Costs. Chapter 7: Indirect Costs. Chapter 8: The Unit Price, Project Overhead Summary and Estimate Summary Sheets. Chapter 9: Pre-Bid Scheduling. Chapter 10: Bidding Strategies. Chapter 11: Project Cost Control and Analysis. Chapter 12: Raceways. Chapter 13: Conductors and Grounding. Chapter 14: Boxes and Wiring Devices. Chapter 15: Starters, Boards, and Switches. Chapter 16: Transformers and Bus Duct. Chapter 17: Power Systems and Capacitors. Chapter 18: Lighting. Chapter 19: Electrical Utilities. Chapter 20: Special Systems. Chapter 21: Electrical Demolition and Temporary Facilities. Chapter 22: Contract Modifications. Chapter 23: Project Closeout. Chapter 24: Computerized Estimating.

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Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, Third Edition

Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival Strategies, Second Edition

Charles J. Kibert 978-0-470-90445-9 • November 2012

Thomas C. Schleifer, Kenneth T. Sullivan, John M. Murdough

Using the 2012 version 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. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Preface to the Third Edition. Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview. PART I: Green Building Foundations. Chapter 2: Background. Chapter 3: Ecological Design. PART II: Green Building Rating Systems and Processes. Chapter 4: Green Building Assessment. Chapter 5: LEED. Chapter 6: Green Globes. PART III: Green Building Systems. Chapter 7: The Green Building Design Process. Chapter 8: Sustainable Site and Landscaping. Chapter 9: Energy and Carbon Footprint Reduction. Chapter 10: The Building Hydrologic System. Chapter 11: Closing Material Loops. Chapter 12: Indoor Environmental Quality. PART IV: Green Building Implementation. Chapter 13: Construction Operations and Commissioning. Chapter 14: Green Building Economics Chapter 15: The Cutting Edge of Sustainable Construction. Appendix A: LEED v3.0 BD&C Quick Reference Scorecard. Appendix B: Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) Guidelines and Performance Benchmarks 2009. Abbreviations and Acronyms. Glossary. Conversions. Index.

FRANCIS D. K.

CHING

BARRY S. ONOUYE DOUGLAS ZUBERBUHLER

BUILDING STRUCTURES

ILLUSTRATED

978-1-118-83694-1 • 2014

Take control of your construction contracting business and manage it through the natural highs and lows of the construction market. Learn from a team of construction business veterans led by Thomas C. Schleifer, who is commonly referred to as a construction business turnaround expert due to the number of construction companies he has rescued from financial distress. Discover how to maneuver through this complicated and risky industry by using the authors, research, and proven success strategies to sustain and grow your business. TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1: 1. Managing with Confidence. 2. Elements of Contractor Failure. 3. Increase in Project Size. 4. Change in Geographic Location. 5. Changing or Adding to Type of Construction Performed. 6. Replace Key Personnel. 7. Managerial Maturity. 8. Accounting Systems. 9. Evaluating Contract Profitability. 10 Equipment Cost Management. 11. Other Industry Concerns. PART 2: 12. Financial Management Issues. 13. Financial Analysis and Indicators. 14. Projection and Budgets. 15. The Effective Use of Credit. 16. Making Decisions in Volatile Conditions. 17. Success Factors for a Changing Industry. 18. Performance Measurement.

Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design, Second Edition

Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods

Francis D.K. Ching, Barry S. Onouye, Douglas Zuberbuhler

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

978-1-118-45835-8 • November 2013

PATTERNS, SYSTEMS, AND DESIGN

This new edition of Building Structures Illustrated takes a unique approach to structural design, showing how the structural systems of a building— such as an integrated assembly of elements with pattern, proportion, and scale—are related to the fundamental aspects of architectural design. The book features a one-stop guide to structural design in practice, a thorough treatment of structural design as part of the entire building process, and an overview of the historical development of architectural materials and structure. Featuring Ching’s signature line drawings, this is the ideal resource for students and professionals who want to make informed decisions on architectural design. SECOND EDITION

CHING

This is the first book written for professionals that covers the whole range of systems. It provides a onestop introduction to a wide range of emerging, alternative, or rediscovered indigenous building materials and technologies. It focuses primarily on residential design, but also includes low-rise commercial buildings. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword (Bob Berkebile, Faia; Sim Van Der Ryn). Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Design Principles. PART II. Systems And Materials. PART III: Applications. Appendix A: Recommended References. Appendix B: Alternative Construction Resource Centers. About The Contributors. Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS: Preface. 1: Building Structures. 2: Structural Patterns. 3: Horizontal Spans. 4: Vertical Dimensions. 5: Lateral Stability. 6: Long-Span Structures. 7: High-Rise Structures. 8: Systems Integration. Bibliography. Index. www.wiley.com/college/sc/ching

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Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, Ninth Edition H. Leslie Simmons 978-0-470-54740-3 • December 2011

Established as one of the leading books on the materials and methods of construction, Olin’s Construction, Ninth Principles, Materials, and Methods Edition covers sitework; concrete, steel, masonry, wood, and plastic materiH. Leslie Simmons, R A, CSI als; sound control; mechanical and electrical systems; doors and windows; finishes; industry standards; codes; and much more.

Green Building Materials: A Guide to Product Selection and Specifications, Third Edition

A Guide to Product Selection and Specifications

GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS

Ross Spiegel, Dru Meadows third edition

978-0-470-53804-3 • October 2010

This fully updated new edition is a reliable, up-to-date resource ROSS SPIEGEL AND DRU MEADOWS for professionals and students alike. Written by two nationally known experts on green building methods and materials, Green Building Materials, Third Edition offers in-depth, practical information on the product selection, product specification, and construction process.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Acknowledgments for the Ninth Edition. Disclaimer. Chapter 1: Design and Contracting Requirements. Chapter 2: Existing Conditions. Chapter 3: Concrete. Chapter 4: Masonry. Chapter 5: Metals. Chapter 6: Wood, Plastics, and Composites. Chapter 7: Thermal and Moisture Protection. Chapter 8: Openings. Chapter 9: Finishes. Chapter 10: Specialties. Chapter 11: Furnishings. Chapter 12: Special Construction. Chapter 13: Conveying Systems. Chapter 14: Fire Suppression. Chapter 15: Plumbing. Chapter 16: Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning. Chapter 17: Electrical. Chapter 18: Communications. Chapter 19: Electronic Safety and Security. Chapter 20: Earthwork. Chapter 21: Exterior Improvements. Chapter 22: Utilities. Chapter 23: Properties of Materials. Chapter 24: The Metric System of Measurement. Glossary. Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface To The Third Edition. Acknowledgments To The Third Edition. Preface To The Second Edition. Preface To The First Edition. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Why Use Green Building Materials? Chapter 3: What Are Green Building Materials? Chapter 4: How Does The Product Selection Process Work? Chapter 5: Eco-Labeling, Green Standards, And Product Certification. Chapter 6: How Does The Construction Process Work? Chapter 7: Green Building Materials And Green Building Programs. Final Thoughts. Endnotes. Appendix A: Sources Of Further Information. Appendix B: Summary Of Environmental Issues In CSI Masterformat™ Organization. Appendix C: Sample Sections. Appendix D: Sample Contracts. Appendix E: Examples Of Sector-Specific Initiatives Towards Sustainability. Glossary.

STRUCTURES

Building Structures, Third Edition

BUILDING STRUCTURES THIRD EDITION

JAMES AMBROSE PATRICK TRIPENY

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-54260-6 • September 2011

FRANCIS D. K.

CHING

BARRY S. ONOUYE DOUGLAS ZUBERBUHLER

BUILDING STRUCTURES

Building Structures, Third Edition is the reference of choice for architects studying contemporary issues and design practices for building structures. This highly readable reference takes a conceptual approach without complicated mathematics.

ILLUSTRATED

Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design Francis D.K. Ching, Barry S. Onouye, Douglas Zuberbuhler 978-1-118-45835-8 • December 2008

PATTERNS, SYSTEMS, AND DESIGN

Taking a new approach to structural design, Francis D.K. Ching and his co-authors show how structural systems of a building—as an integrated assembly of elements with pattern, proportions, and scale—are related to the essential aspects of architectural design. SECOND EDITION

CHING

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Introduction. Chapter 1: Basic Concepts. Chapter 2: Investigation of Structures. Chapter 3: Structural Elements. Chapter 4: Wood Structures. Chapter 5: Steel Structures. Chapter 6: Concrete Structures. Chapter 7: Masonry Structures. Chapter 8: Building Foundations and Site Structures. Chapter 9: LateralForce Effects. Chapter 10: Building Structures Design Examples. Appendix A: Properties of Sections. Appendix B: Glossary. Appendix C: Exercise Problems. Appendix D: Study Aids. References. Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. 1 Building Structures. 2 Structural Patterns. 3 Horizontal Spans. 4 Vertical Dimensions. 5 Lateral Stability. 6 Long-Span Structures. 7 High-Rise Structures. 8 Systems Integration. Bibliography. Index.

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Simplified Design of Wood Structures, Sixth Edition

Form and Forces: Designing Efficient, Expressive Structures

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

Edward Allen, Waclaw Zalewski

In continous publication for over sixty years, this standard guide to structural design with wood has now been updated. Whether used as an introductory text or handy reference, Simplified Design of Wood Structures, Sixth Edition includes a wealth of information no architect or builder working with wood should be without. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface to the Sixth Edition. Preface to the First Edition. Introduction. 1: Structural Uses of Wood. 2: Design Issues and Methods. 3: Structural Investigation. 4: Design Data and Criteria. 5: Beam Functions. 6: Behavior of Beams. 7: Design of Beams. 8: Wood Decks. 9: Wood Columns. 10: Connections for Wood Structures. 11: Trusses. 12: Miscellaneous Wood Products and Elements. 13: Wood Structures for Lateral Bracing. 14: General Considerations for Building Structures. 15:. Building Design Examples. Appendix A: Properties of Sections. Appendix B: Study Aids. Appendix C: Answers to Problems. Glossary. References. Index.

PARKER/AMBROSE SERIES OF SIMPLIFIED DESIGN GUIDES

Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, Eleventh Edition James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny

Eleventh Edition

SIMPLIFIED ENGINEERING

978-0-470-43627-1 • November 2010

for ARCHITECTS and BUILDERS

JAMES AMBROSE PATRICK TRIPENY

This classic reference has been reorganized and updated to reflect the latest practices in the design of structures. Since 1938, Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders has endured as the reference of choice for designers and constructors who need to know the practical procedures for the design of commonly used structures for buildings.

978-0-470-17465-4 • September 2009

Here, in one volume, is all the architect needs to know to participate in the entire process of designing structures. Emphasizing bestselling author Edward Allen’s graphical approach, the reader can quickly determine the desired form of a building or other structure, and easily design it without the need for complex mathematics. TABLE OF CONTENTS Project Team and Contributors. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: Designing a Series of Suspension Footbridges. Chapter 2: Designing a Suspended Roof. Chapter 3: Designing a Concrete Cylindrical Shell Roof. Chapter 4: Master Lesson: Designing a Trussed Roof. Chapter 5: Designing a Building on a Vertical Site. Chapter 6: Designing with Multipanel Trusses. Chapter 7: Designing a Fanlike Roof. Chapter 8: Designing Unreinforced Masonry (John A. Ochsendorf and Philippe Block). Chapter 9: Master Lesson: Designing a Concrete Shell Roof for a Grandstand. Chapter 10: Designing Efficient Trusses. Chapter 11: Designing Restraints for Funicular Structures. Chapter 12: Designing Shell and Membrane Structures (Michael H. Ramage). Chapter 13: Structural Materials. Chapter 14: Master Lesson: Designing with the Flow of Forces. 15: Designing a Bay of Framing. Chapter 16: Bending Actions on Beams. Chapter 17: How Beams Resist Bending. Chapter 18: Bending Resistance in Beams of Any Shape. Chapter 19: Designing Columns, Frames, and Load-Bearing Walls. Chapter 20: Designing a Sitecast Concrete Building. Chapter 21: Master Lesson: Designing in Precast Concrete. Chapter 22: Designing an Entrance Canopy. Afterword: Engineers and Architects. Index.

Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny 978-0-470-08631-5 • May 2007

This leading book in the Parker/Ambrose Simplified Design Series is the most effectively concise reference available on the design of steel structures. Updated to conform with current building codes, design practices, and industry standards, Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition uses the latest AMA Institute of Steel Construction (AISC) method of structural design.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface To The Eleventh Edition. Preface To The First Edition. Introduction. PART I: Fundamental Functions Of Structures. 1: Investigation Of Forces, Force Systems, Loading, And Reactions. 2: Investigation Of Axial Force Actions. 3: Investigation Of Structures For Shear And Bending. 4: Structural Systems And Planning. PART II: Wood Construction. 5: Wood Spanning Elements. 6: Wood Columns. 7: Connections For Wood Structures. PART III: Steel Construction. 8: Steel Structural Products. 9: Steel Beams And Framing Elements. 10: Steel Columns And Frames. 11: Bolted Connections For Steel Structures. PART IV: Concrete Construction. 12: Light-Gage Formed Steel Structures. 13: Reinforced Concrete Structures. 14: Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. 15: Concrete Columns And Frames. 16: Foundations. PART V: Structural Systems For Buildings. 17: General Considerations For Building Structures. 18: Building One. 19: Building Two. 20: Building Three. Appendix A: Properties Of Sections. Appendix B: Answers To Selected Exercise Problems. Glossary. References. Index.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface to the Eighth Edition. Preface to the First Edition. Introduction. Chapter 1: Considerations for Use of Steel. Chapter 2: Structural Investigation and Design. Chapter 3: Horizontal-Span Framing Systems. Chapter 4: Steel Columns. Chapter 5: Frame Bents. Chapter 6: Miscellaneous Steel Components and Systems. Chapter 7: Horizontal-Span Steel Trusses. Chapter 8: Steel Connections. Chapter 9: General Considerations for Building Structures. Chapter 10: Building Structures: Design Examples. Appendix A: Properties of Structural Sections. Appendix B: Beam Design Aids. Appendix C: Study Aids. Appendix D: Answers to Problems in Chapters. References. Index.

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Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition

Structural Design: A Practical Guide for Architects, Second Edition

James Ambrose, Patrick Tripeny

Rod Underwood, Michele Chiuini

978-0-470-04414-8 • January 2007

978-0-471-78904-8 • June 2007

Simplified Design of Concrete Structures uses the latest American Concrete Institute Building Code for 2005 (ACI 318) and the LRFD method of structural design. Covering all commonly used concrete systems, practices, and research in the field, this book also presents examples of general building structural systems and covers the basics as well as practical design examples.

Taking the view of a practicing architect, Structural Design, Second Edition instructs the beginning architect on both a conceptual level and a numerical level to allow them to make correct decisions for structures made from steel, wood, concrete, and masonry. TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1: Introduction: Understanding Loads. 2: Load and Resistance Factor Design. PART I: Steel. 3: Materials and Properties. 4: Structural Elements and Systems. 5: Preengineered Systems. 6: Steel Beams. 7: Lateral Stability in Beams. 8: Supports. 9: Web Yielding and Crippling. 10: Built-Up Beams. 11: Columns. 12: Tension Members. 13: Combined Axial Loading and Bending. 14: Trusses. 15: Bolted Connections. 16: Welded Connections. PART II: Wood. 17: Materials and Properties. 18: Wood Structures in Architecture. 19: Bending Members: Floor and Roof Systems. 20: Sheathing and Diaphragm Design. 21: Timber and Laminated Timber Beams. 22: Compression and Tension Members. 23: Timber Truss Design. 24: Arches, Vaults and Domes. 25: Connections. 26: Permanent Wood Foundations. PART III: Reinforced Concrete (R/C). 27: Materials and Properties. 28: Reinforced Concrete in Architecture. 29: Beams Strength Theory.30: Beam Design. 31: Shear in Beams. 32: Slabs. 33: Deflection. 34: Footings. 35: Columns. 36: Walls. 37: Connections. 38: Prestressed and Precast Concrete. PART IV: Masonry. 39: Materials and Properties. 40: Structural Systems. 41: Empirical Design of Walls. 42: Allowable Stress Method.

Preface to the Eighth Edition. Preface to the First Edition. Chapter 1: Structural Use of Concrete. Chapter 2: Considerations for Production to Concrete. Chapter 3: General Requirements for Reinforced Concrete Structures. Chapter 4: Investigation and Design of Reinforced Concrete. Chapter 5: Load and Resistance Factor Design (LRFD). Chapter 6: Reinforced Concrete Flexural Members. Chapter 7: Shear in Concrete Structures. Chapter 8: Anchorage and Development of Reinforcement. Chapter 9: Flat-Spanning Concrete Systems. Chapter 10: Concrete Columns. Chapter 11: Column and Beam Frames. Chapter 12: Concrete Walls. Chapter 13: Foundations. Chapter 14: Miscellaneous Concrete Structures. Chapter 15: General Considerations for Building Structures. Chapter 16: Building Structures: Design Examples. Glossary. Study Aids. Answers to Exercise Problems. References. Index.

Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD, Version 2.0 Shahin Vassigh 978-0-470-26269-6 • January 2008

Understanding structures is core to the education of the professional architect and engineer. 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. It utilizes a multi-media format that permits users to draw a direct relationship between structural analysis theory and its practical application within existing buildings. This approach is better suited to the skills, disposition, and learning needs of architecture, non-engineering and entry-level engineering students. New to this version are the addition of metric measurements and upgraded functionality of quizzes and exercises. Twenty-four building structures designed by renowned architects are also modeled to show the variety of structural types and behavior. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Architects. Concepts. Systems. Tutorial

Structure for ArchitectS

Structure for Architects: A Primer Ramsey Dabby, Ashwani Bedi 978-0-470-63376-2 • March 2012

A Primer

Structure for Architects explains the fundamental structural concepts required for architects and architectural technologists using a highly illustrated approach and Ramsey Dabby ashwani beDi real-world examples. With an intuitive, easy-to-read and graphically-friendly format, this book is meant for the visual thinker and those that think conceptually. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Chapter 1: Architects, Engineers, And Design. Chapter 2: Stability And Strength. Chapter 3: Loads. Chapter 4: States Of Stress. Chapter 5: Forces, Movement, Levers, And Moment. Chapter 6: Stability And Equilibrium. Chapter 7: Working With Forces. Chapter 8: Supports, Reactions, And Restraint Of Movement. Chapter 9: Load Distribution. Chapter 10: Introduction To Beams. Chapter 11: Framing Systems And Load Tributary Areas. Chapter 12: Shear And Moment Diagrams For Beams. Chapter 13: Stress, Strain, And Properties Of Materials. Chapter 14: Introduction To Columns. Chapter 15: Frames, Rigidity, And Lateral Resistance Systems. Chapter 16: Introduction To Trusses. Chapter 17: Structural Walls. Chapter 18 Soils And Rock. Chapter 19: Foundations. Chapter 20: Summing Up. Appendix 1: Structural Forms. Appendix 2: Structural Materials—Steel. Appendix 3: Structural Materials—Reinforced Concrete. Appendix 4: Structural Materials—Wood. Appendix 5: Properties Of Sections. Appendix 6: Basic Trigonometry. Index.

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Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition Walter T. Grondzik, Alison G. Kwokt 978-1-118-61590-4 • September 2014

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HEATING, COOLING, LIGHTING

SUSTAINABLE METHODS FOR ARCHITECTS

NORBERT LECHNER

FOURTH

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Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Methods for Architects, Fourth Edition Norbert Lechner 978-1-118-58242-8 • July 2014

Heating, Cooling, and Lighting is the industry standard text on environmental control systems with the emphasis on sustainable design. By detailing the many factors that contribute to the comfort in a building, this book helps architects minimize mechanical systems and energy usage over the life of the building by siting, building design, and landscaping to maximize natural heating, cooling, and lighting. This new Fourth Edition includes new information on integrated design strategies and designing for the Tropics. Resources include helpful case studies, checklists, diagrams, and a companion website featuring additional cases, an image bank, and instructor materials. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Heating, Cooling, and Lighting as Form-Givers in Architecture. 2. Sustainable Design and Energy Sources. 3. Basic Principles. 4. Thermal Comfort. 5. Climate. 6. Solar Geometry. 7. Passive Solar. 8. Photovoltaics and Active Solar. 9. Shading and Light Colors. 10. Passive Cooling. 11. Site Design, Community Planning, and Landscaping. 12. Lighting. 13. Daylighting. 14. Electric Lighting. 15. The Thermal Envelope: Keeping Warm and Staying Cool. 16. Mechanical Equipment for Heating and Cooling. 17. Tropical Architecture. 18. Recommended Low Energy Case Studies. 19. Checklist for Designing Integrated Sustainable Buildings.

Sun, Wind, & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition

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Architectural Acoustics Illustrated Michael A. Ermann 978-1-118-56849-1 • 2015

Architectural Acoustics Illustrated translates the quantitative and qualitative content of acoustics into the graphic language of architecture. This highly-visual guide includes over 350 illustrations that outline the physics of sound and the best design practices for limiting or mitigating noise in buildings by using the latest in materials and techniques. Each chapter includes a summary checklist of design guidelines to help prevent mistakes and oversights, and the Instructor’s website offers video animations demonstrating acoustical concepts. Designed as a “first look” at the interaction of sound and space, the book explains the principles of architectural acoustics and their practical applications, providing a comprehensive guide for designing with acoustics in mind. All design professionals need to have a fundamental understanding of acoustics, and Architectural Acoustics Illustrated is a comprehensive, practical guide in an easy-to-read format. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Basic Theory. Sound Level. Sound Propagation. Frequency. Sound Absorption. Room Acoustics. Room Acoustic Qualities. Theater Planning. Acoustic Defects. Design Checklists. Sounds System Design. Noise Isolation. Sound Isolation Principles. Measures of Airborne Sound Isolation. Background Noise. Door and Window Sound Isolation. Footfall Noise. Community Noise. Mechanical Systems Noise. Plumbing Noise.

The Building Environment: Active and Passive Control Systems, Third Edition

G. Z. Brown, Mark DeKay 978-0-470-94578-0 • March 2013

Vaughn Bradshaw This updated edition cover principles of designing buildings that use the sun for heating, wind for cooling, and daylight for natural lighting. Using hundreds of illustration, it also includes a DVD to offer practical strategies that give the designer the tools they need to make energy efficient buildings. TABLE OF CONTENTS WHAT’S ON THE DVD—I THE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN NAVIGATOR: Using the Sustainable Design Navigator an electronic tool for design advice queries. 28 Analysis Techniques, 8.5 x 11 printable. 90 Design Strategies, 8.5 x 11 printable. Indexes, searchable. Bibliography, searchable. II SUSTAINABLE DESIGN RESOURCES: Sun Charts and Sundials. Climate Data and Analyses. Energy Scheming 3.5 software, demo version. Additional Resources. WHAT’S IN THE PRINTED BOOK—I NAVIGATION, II USING SUN, WIND & LIGHT, III SYNERGIES, IV BUNDLES, V FAVORITE DESIGN TOOLS, VI FAVORITE DESIGN STRATEGIES, VII HIGH-PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS, APPENDICES A-E, INDICES

978-0-471-68965-2 • March 2006

To capitalize on today’s rapidly evolving, specialized technologies, architects, designers, builders, and contractors work together to plan the mechanical and electrical equipment that controls the indoor environment of a building. The Building Environment: Active and Passive Control Systems, Third Edition helps readers take advantage of design innovations and construction strategies that maximize the comfort, safety, and energy efficiency of buildings. From active HVAC systems to passive methods, lighting to on-site power generation, this updated edition 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. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Introduction. PART I: Thermal Control Concepts. PART II: Thermal Control Systems. PART III: Electrical Systems. PART IV: Other Piped Systems. PART V: Related Support Services. Appendix. Index.

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Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition

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Mark Karlen, James R. Benya, Christina Spangler 978-0-470-47427-3 • April 2012 M A R K K A R L E N J A M E S B E N Y A C H R I S T I N A S P A N G L E R

Two leading designers, both with decades of experience, offer straightforward coverage of concepts and techniques and present realistic goals that can be used as guides to creating simple, typical lighting designs and when collaborating with professional designers on more complex projects.

Environmental Issues for Architecture

ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN ARCHITECTURE

DAVID LEE SMITH

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Chapter 1: Introduction: How to Use This Book. Chapter 2: Basic Concepts in Lighting. Chapter 3: Qualities of Light Sources. Chapter 4: Daylighting. Chapter 5: Lamps. Chapter 6: Luminaires. Chapter 7: Lighting Controls. Chapter 8: Quantity of Light. Chapter 9: Quality of Light. Chapter 10: Lighting Design Approach. Chapter 11: Documenting Lighting Design. Chapter 12: Residential Lighting Design. Chapter 13: Workspace Lighting Design. Chapter 14: Classroom Lighting Design. Chapter 15: Healthcare Lighting Design. Chapter 16: Retail Lighting Design. Chapter 17 Hospitality Lighting Design. Chapter 18: Lighting for Common Spaces. Chapter 19: Outdoor Lighting Design. Chapter 20: Basic Lighting Retrofitting. Chapter 21: Professional Lighting Design. Appendix A: Computers in Lighting. Appendix B: Energy Code Calculations. Appendix C: Lighting in LEED. Bibliography. Index.

Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics: Sustainable Design Methods for Architecture

978-0-470-11249-6 • June 2008

Norbert M. Lechner

There are no shortcuts to designing beautiful and effective architectural lighting. Lighting is both an art and a science that impacts occupants’ health and well-being, the Earth’s resources, a project’s cost, and user satisfaction in the built environment. Architectural Lighting Design, Third Edition provides an overview of lighting design and detailed explanation of a process for designing lighting. Qualitative and quantitative issues are outlined and design techniques and lighting hardware technologies are reviewed to balance the art and science of lighting design. It also includes over 200 black-and-white photos and an accompanying web site featuring additional information and color application photos.

978-1-118-01475-2 • November 2011

This companion to Lechner’s bestselling Heating, Cooling, Lighting makes the complex issues of these topics simpler, PLUMBING, ELECTRICITY, ACOUSTICS and together with that book provides complete coverage of all common NORBERT M. LECHNER building systems for architects. Numerous guidelines help the architect’s decision making. Sustainable Design Methods for Architecture

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Electricity—Basic Concepts. Electrical Distribution in Buildings. Plumbing—Water Supply. Drainage. Architectural Acoustics. Fire Protection. Conveyance Systems in Buildings. Conclusion. Resources. Index.  

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. 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.

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Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Lighting Principles. Chapter 3: Lighting Calculations. Chapter 4: Daylighting. Chapter 5: Acoustics. Chapter 6: The Thermal Environment. Chapter 7: Thermal Calculations. Chapter 8: Historic Review. Chapter 9: ECS Design Intentions. Chapter 10: Environmental Control Systems. Chapter 11: Plumbing. Chapter 12: Electricity. Chapter 13: Fire Protection And Egress. Chapter 14: Elevators And Escalators. Bibliography. Index.

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LUKE HIM SAU A RCHITECT CHINA’S MISSING MODERN

Luke Him Sau, Architect: China’s Missing Modern

Forty Ways to Think About Architecture: Architectural History and Theory Today

Edward Denison, Guang Yu Ren

978-1-118-82261-6 • March 2014

Iain Borden, The Barlett, UCL, Murray Fraser, Barbara Penner How do we think about architecture historically and theoretically? Forty Ways to Think About Architecture provides an introduction to some of the wide-ranging ways in which architectural history and theory are being approached today.

978-1-118-44902-8 • March 2014

Luke Him Sau/Lu Qianshou (1904– 1991) is best known EDWARD DENISON & GUANG YU REN internationally and in China as the architect of the iconic Bank of China Headquarters in Shanghai. One of the first Chinese students to be trained at the Architectural Association in London in the late 1920s, Luke’s long, prolific and highly successful career in China and Hong Kong offers unique insights into an extraordinary period of Chinese political turbulence that scuppered the professional prospects and historical recognition of so many of his colleagues. The book charts Luke’s life and work while providing a highly engaging and visual account of China’s 20th-century architecture through the lens of one of the country’s most distinguished yet overlooked designers. It features over 250 new color photographs by Edward Denison of Luke’s buildings and original archive material. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: A Mirror to China 1. A Complicated Birth 2. London Calling 3. Bank Building 4. Architectural Retreat 5. Hong Kong 6. Legacy. List of Works. Selected Reading. Index. Picture Credits.

This collection takes in a total of 40 essays covering key subjects, ranging from memory and heritage to everyday life, building materials and city spaces. As well as critical theory, philosophy, literature, and experimental design, it refers to more immediate and topical issues in the built environment, such as globalisation, localism, regeneration, and ecologies. Concise and engaging entries reflect on architecture from a range of perspectives. Contributors include eminent historians and theorists and distinguished architects, many of them former students of Adrian Forty. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Adrian Forty, Future Imperfect: Inaugural Professorial Lecture, Delivered at UCL in December 2000 1. Andrew Saint, How To Write About Buildings? 2. Anne Hultzsch, Pevsner vs Colomina: Word and Image on the Page 3. Anthony Vidler, Smooth and Rough: Tactile Brutalism 4. Barbara Penner, Homely Affinities 5. Ben Campkin, On Regeneration 6. Brian Stater, Fresh Reactions to St Pauls Cathedral 7. Briony Fer, Photographs and Buildings (mainly) 8. David Dunster, Stirlings Voice: A Detailed Suggestion 9. Davide Deriu, Carte Blanche? 10. Eleanor Young, Buildings: A Readers Guide 11. Griselda Pollock, The City and the Event: Disturbing, Forgetting and escaping Memory 12. Hilde Heynen, The Most Modern Material of Them All 13. Iain Borden, Things That People Cannot Anticipate: Skateboarding at the Southbank Centre 14. Irena éantovsk· Murray, Truth, Love, Life: Building with Language in Prague Castle under Masaryk 15. Jan Birksted, Le Corbusier: Lies, Damned Lies, and Statistics 16. Jane Rendell, During Breakfast 17. Jean-Louis Cohen, [American] Objects of [Soviet] Desire 18. Jeremy Melvin, Words and Buildings 19. Jeremy Till, Slow Hard Look 20. Joe Kerr, Topography, Biography, and Architecture 21. John Macarthur, Of Character and Concrete: The Historians Material 22. Jonathan Charley, Spectres of Marx in City X 23. Jonathan Hill, History by Design 24. Kester Rattenbury, Angel Place: A Way In to Dickenss London 25. Laurent Stalder, On Sachlichkeit: Some Additional Remarks on an Anglo-German Encounter 26. Mark Swenarton, Double Vision 27. Mary McLeod, Modernism 28. Michael Edwards, yes, And We Have No Dentists 29. Murray Fraser, Reyner Banhams Hat 30. Peg Rawes, Situated Architectural Historical Ecologies 31. Penny Sparke, Objects 32. Sir Peter Hall, Richard Llewelyn Davies, 19121981: A Lost Vision for The Bartlett 33. Sarah Wigglesworth, Things Ungrand 34. Tania Sengupta, The Everyday Lives of Minor Spaces in Officers Bungalows of Colonial Bengal 35. Thomas Weaver, Memoirs of Adrian 36. Tom Dyckhoff, All That Glitters 37. Tony Fretton, A Response to Words and Buildings 38. Victoria Perry, Material Culture: Manchester of the East, Le Corbusier, Eames and Indian Jeans 39. William Menking, Mr Mumfords Neighbourhood 40. Yat Ming Loo, Banyan Tree and Migrant Cities: Some Provisional Thoughts for a Strategic Postcolonial Cosmopolitanism.

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An Introduction to Architectural Theory: 1968 to the Present

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

Harry Francis Mallgrave, David Goodman

Harry Francis Mallgrave 978-0-470-65825-3 • April 2011

978-1-4051-8062-7 • April 2011

The text surveys the intellectual history of architecture since 1968, including criticisms of high modernism, the rise of postmodern and poststructural theory, critical regionalism and tectonics, and the significant changes that architectural thinking has undergone in the past fifteen years.

Did classical and Renaissance theory in fact have a biological basis? Does the architect possess a highly specialized brain? Is neuroscience today providing architecture with a new foundation for design thought? These are a few of the compelling suggestions offered by this richly detailed study, which explores—from two perspectives—the issue of how architects and designers view the phenomenal world.

TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Illustrations. Prelude: The 1960s. PART I: 1970s: PART II: 1980s. PART III: 1990s and Present. Notes. Acknowledgments. Index.

Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis, Fourth Edition Roger H. Clark, Michael Pause

PART I: Historical Essays 1: The Humanist Brain (Alberti, Vitruvius, and Leonardo). 2: The Enlightened Brain (Perrault, Laugier, and Le Roy). 3: The Sensational Brain (Burke, Price, and Knight). 4: The Transcendental Brain (Kant and Schopenhauer). 5: The Animate Brain (Schinkel, Bötticher, and Semper). 6: The Empathetic Brain (Vischer, Wölfflin, and Göller). 7: The Gestalt Brain (The Dynamics of the Sensory Field). 8: The Neurological Brain (Hayek, Hebb, and Neutra). 9: The Phenomenal Brain (Merleau-Ponty, Rasmussen, and Pallasmaa). Part Two: Neuroscience and Architecture. 10: Anatomy: Architecture of the Brain. 11: Ambiguity: Architecture of Vision. 12: Metaphor: Architecture of Embodiment. 13: Hapticity: Architecture of the Senses. 14: Epilogue: The Architect’s Brain. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index.

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978-0-470-94674-9 • 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.

The Embodied Image Imagination and Imagery in Architecture

JUHANI PALLASMAA

TABLE OF CONTENTS Prefaces. 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. Andrea 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. Peter Zumthor. 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. Index by Architect. Index by Building.

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The Embodied Image is illustrated with with a rich collection of paired images, which are diverse in subjects ranging from scientific images to historic artistic and architectural masterpieces, as well as contemporary architectural and artistic works.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements. Introduction. Chapter 1: Image in Contemporary Culture. Chapter 2: Language, Thought, and Image. Chapter 3: The Many Faces of the Image. Chapter 4: The Anatomy of the Poetic Image. Chapter 5: The Architectural Image. Selected Bibliography. Alphabetical Index. Image Credits.

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Bruce G. Sharky

Landscape Site Grading Principles Grading with DESIGN in Mind

Grading with Design in Mind: Landscape Site Grading Principles

Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Contemporary Techniques and Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design, 2nd Edition

Bruce G. Sharky, Louisiana State University

Bradley Cantrell, Wes Michaels

978-1-118-66872-6 • 2015

Grading With Design in Mind: Landscape Site Grading Principles is a comprehensive guide to grading, written specifically from the design perspective. Heavily illustrated and non-technical, this book meets the needs of designers and visual learners by presenting the principles and methods of site grading with less emphasis on engineering, and a strong focus on the effect on the overall aesthetic. Written by a professor in America’s number-one ranked undergraduate landscape architecture program, the book guides readers step-by-step through the process of solving various grading problems in real-life scenarios. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Some Background on the Subject of Site Grading. 2. Site Grading and the Legal Requirements. 3. Site Planning and Grading Process 4. Drawing Conventions. 5. What Is Scale, Why It Is Important, And How Is It Used? 6. Where Are You? 7. Contours. 8. Signature Landforms. 9. Calculating Slope and other Grading Calculations: Tools for Gaining Mastery in Grading. 10. How to Calculate Spot Elevations. 11. Working with Contours: Creating Landforms with Design in Mind. 12. Signature Solutions. 13. Detailed Grading with Slope, Contours, and Spot Elevations 14. Storm and Surface Water Drainage Management. 15. Estimating Volume of Cut and Fill Using Contour Method. 16. Professional Example of Site Grading by Design.

Designing Rainwater Harvesting Systems: Integrating Rainwater into Building Systems

978-1-118-69318-6 • October 2014

Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Contemporary Techniques and Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design, Second Edition bridges the gap between traditional analog and new digital tools by applying timeless concepts of representation to enhance design work in digital media. The book explores specific techniques for creating landscape designs, including digitally rendered plans, perspectives, and diagrams, and the updated Second Edition offers expanded coverage of newer concepts and techniques. Readers will gain insight into the roles of different drawings, with a clear emphasis on presenting a solid understanding of how diagram, plan, section, elevation, and perspective work together to present a comprehensive design approach. With over 400 updated images, plus over 50 new examples of award-winning work, Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture provides the guidance landscape designers need to create their most communicative renderings yet. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1. Concepts. 1. Introduction/Overview. 2. Analog and Digital Rendering Comparisons. 3. Basic Overview of Digital Concepts. Part 2. Workflows. 4. Digital Drawings in the Design Process. 5. Setting up the Document. 6. Base Imagery and Scaling. 7. Source Imagery/Entourage. 8. Managing Large Files. 9. Automation. Part 3. Design Diagrams. 10. Setting up an Illustrator Drawing. 11. Linework in Illustrator. 12. Custom Linework. 13. Additional Diagramming Tools. 14. Symbols. 15. Text, Leaders, and Page Layout. 16. Exploded Axonometric Diagrams. 17. Time Based Imagery. Part 4. Plan/Section Renderings. 18. Importing PDF Linework. 19. Applying Color to a Plan Rendering. 20. Shading Techniques. 21. Creating Textures. 22. Brushes. 23. Plan Symbols with Smart Objects. 24. Creating a Section Elevation. Part 5. Perspectives. 25. Creating a Base for a Perspective Drawing. 26. Camera Match 3D Object to Site Photo. 27. Create a Photoshop Perspective Collage. 28. Developing a Perspective Image in Photoshop from a 3D Model.

Celeste Allen Novak 978-1-118-41047-9 • March 2014

Water conservation is one of the most effective sustainable design practices, yet few professionals know how to collect and reuse rainwater effectively. Rainwater Harvesting is the first comprehensive guide to designing rainwater harvesting systems. It provides practical guidelines for developing a rainwater harvesting strategy, taking into account climate, public policies, environmental impact, and end uses. Case studies are included throughout, and a companion website houses worksheets, calculators, and other resources. Designing Rainwater Harvesting Systems, is a valuable reference for architects, landscape architects, and site engineers. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 The Importance of Rainwater Harvesting. 2 System Planning and Policies. 3 Water for Thirsty Buildings. 4 System Elements. 5. Distribution. 6 21st-Century Interviews

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Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, Sixth Edition

Site Engineering for Landscape Architects: Workbook, Second Edition

Second Edition

Jake Woland

Steven Strom, Kurt Nathan, Jake Woland 978-1-118-09086-2 • March 2013

Site Engineering

978-1-118-09085-5 • March 2013

for Landscape Architects

WORKBOOK

S I X TH E D I TI O N

Now in its Sixth Edition, Site Site Engineering Engineering for Landscape Architects for Landscape Architects has long been the leading textbook used in site engineering, planning, and construction courses. The new edition features completely revised information on stormwater management and green infrastructure, as well as many new and updated case studies. Steven Strom Kurt Nathan Jake Woland

Site engineering is the science used by landscape architects and architects to transform their design ideas into reality. Site engineering tends to be a difficult topic for many students and practitioJAKE WOLAND ners. Created to complement the Sixth Edition of Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, this workbook serves as a learning resource for students by providing study questions, practice problems, and diagrams designed to reinforce site engineering concepts. Answers to workbook problems will be provided online for instructors, not in the back of the book.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgements. Part I—Context and Approach. Chapter 1: Shaping the Built Environment. Part II—Pre-Design and Analysis. Chapter 2: Site Selection and Programming. Chapter 3: Assessing Physiographic Context. Chapter 4: Assessing Biological Context. Chapter 5: Assessing Land Use, Infrastructure, and Regulatory Context. Chapter 6: Assessing Cultural and Historic Context. Chapter 7: Integration and Synthesis. Part III—Design and Implementation. Chapter 9: Design Development. Appendix A: Mapping and Graphic. Appendix B: Resources. Glossary. References. Index.

Drawing the Landscape, Fourth Edition Chip Sullivan 978-1-118-45481-7 • December 2013

This elegant new Fourth Edition of Chip Sullivan’s classic Drawing the Landscape shows readers how to use drawing as a path to understanding the natural and built environment. It offers guidance for tapping into and exploring personal creative potential and helps readers master the essential principles, tools, and techniques required to prepare professional graphic representations in landscape architecture and architecture. It illustrates how to create a wide range of graphic representations using step-by-step tutorials, exercises, and hundreds of samples. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements, Introduction, 1 The Essence of Drawing, 2 The Daybook, 3 The Creative Environment, 4 Equipment and Drawing Instruments, 5 Preliminary Drawing Exercises, 6 Tone and Texture, 7 Drawing Techniques for Trees and Plants, 8 Composing the Landscape Drawing, 9 Freehand Perspective Drawing, 10 Drawing the Landscape in Plan, Elevation, and Section, 11 Axonometric and Isometric Landscape Drawing, 12 Animating the Landscape, 13 The Hybrid Drawing, 14 Composing the Final Drawing, Conclusion, Afterword, References, Index.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Questions: Chapter 1: Site Engineering IS Design Chapter 2: Grading Constraints Chapter 3: Contours and Form Chapter 4: Interpolation and Slope Chapter 5: Grading of Simple Design Elements Chapter 6: Grading Process Chapter 7: Soils in Construction Chapter 8: Earthwork Chapter 9: Storm Water Management Chapter 10: Storm Water Management System Components Chapter 11: Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Chapter 12: Determining Rates and Volumes Chapter 13: Natural Resources Conservation Chapter 14: Designing and Sizing Storm Water Chapter 15: Site Layout and Dimensioning Chapter 16: Horizontal Road Alignment Chapter 17: Vertical Road Alignment. Answers: Chapter 2: Grading Constraints Chapter 3: Contours and Form Chapter 4: Interpolation and Slope Chapter 5: Grading of Simple Design Elements Chapter 6: Grading Process Chapter 7: Soils in Construction Chapter 8: Earthwork Chapter 9: Storm Water Management Chapter 10: Storm water Management System Components Chapter 11: Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Chapter 12: Determining Rates and Volumes Chapter 13: Natural Resources Conservation Chapter 14: Designing and Sizing Storm Water Chapter 15: Site Layout and Dimensioning Chapter 16: Horizontal Road Alignment Chapter 17: Vertical Road Alignment.

THIRD EDITION

Site Analysis: Informing ContextSensitive and Sustainable Site Planning and Design, Third Edition James A. LaGro

Site Analysis

978-1-118-12367-6 • March 2013

Informing Context-Sensitive and Sustainable Site Planning and Design

Blending theory with application, Site Analysis offers a cross-disciplinary perspective on the evolvJames A. LaGro, Jr. ing practice of designing sustainable built environments. Information on understanding existing site conditions and context-sensitive design, it teaches readers how a thorough site analysis can create meaningful places. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Site Engineering IS Design. Grading Constraints. Contours and Form. Interpolation and Slope. Grading of Simple Design Elements. Grading Process. Soils in Construction. Earthwork. Storm Water Management. Storm Water Management System Components. Soil Erosion and Sediment Control. Determining Rates and Volumes of Storm Runoff: The Rational and Modified Rational Methods. Natural Resources Conservation Service Methods of Estimating Runoff Rates, Volumes, and Required Detention Storage. Designing and Sizing Storm Water Management Systems. Site Layout and Dimensioning. Horizontal Road Alignment. Vertical Road Alignment. Appendix I: Table of Metric Equivalents. Appendix II: Metric Drawing Scales. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.

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Foreword by Roger S. Ulrich

Therapeutic Landscapes: An EvidenceBased Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces Clare Cooper Marcus, Naomi A. Sachs 978-1-118-23191-3 • October 2013

Therapeutic Landscapes

This comprehensive guide offers an evidence-based overview of healing gardens and therapeutic landscapes from planning to post-occupancy evaluation. It provides general guidelines for designers and other stakeholders for a variety of projects, as well as patient-specific guidelines covering twelve categories ranging from burn patients to hospice and Alzheimer’s patients. Sections on participatory design and funding offer valuable guidance for the entire team, not just for designers, while a planting and maintenance chapter offers critical information to help address safety, longevity, and budgetary considerations. An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: History of Hospital Outdoor Space. Chapter 3: Theory, Research, and Design Implications. Chapter 4: Types and Locations of Therapeutic Landscapes in Healthcare. Chapter 5: The Participatory Design Process, by Teresia Hazen. Chapter 6: General Design Guidelines—Guidelines Applicable to all Categories of Healthcare Facilities. Chapter 7: Children’s Hospital Gardens. Chapter 8: Gardens for Cancer Patients. Chapter 9: Gardens for the Frail Elderly. Chapter 10: Gardens for People with Alzheimer’s and Other Forms of Dementia. Chapter 11: Hospice Gardens. Chapter 12: Gardens of Mental and Behavioral Health Facilities. Chapter 13: Gardens for Veterans and Active Service Personnel. Chapter 14: Rehabilitation Gardens. Chapter 15: Restorative Spaces in Public Places. Chapter 16: Horticultural Therapy, by Teresia Hazen. Chapter 17: Planting and Maintenance Considerations for Therapeutic Gardens by Marni, Barnes. Chapter 18: Sustainability: The Intersection of Therapeutic and Sustainable Landscapes. Chapter 19: Financial Considerations: The Business Case and Funding for Therapeutic Gardens. Chapter 20: Evaluations of Therapeutic Gardens: What They Can Teach Us. Index.

the Sustainable Sites Handbook A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes foreword by M I C H A E L V A N V A L K E N B U R G H

Meg Calkins

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH

M. Elen Deming, Simon Swaffield

The Sustainable Sites Handbook offers in-depth coverage of design, construction, and management for systems of hydrology, vegetation, soils, materials, and human health and well being. Focusing primarily on environmental site design and ecosystem services, this wide-ranging guide also covers issues of social equity, economic feasibility, and stewardship, which are crucial to the success of any sustainable site. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Letter from SITES Partners. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Predesign: Site Selection, Assessment, and Planning. Chapter 3: Site Design: Water. Chapter 4: Site Design: Vegetation. Chapter 5: Site Design: Soils. Chapter 6: Site Design: Materials and Resources. Chapter 7: Human Health and Well-Being for Sustainable Sites. Chapter 8: Operations, Maintenance, Monitoring, and Stewardship. Resources. Index.

F O R T H E 3 D I L L U S T R AT I O N OF DYNAMIC L ANDSCAPES

MODELING the ENVIRONMENT

978-0-470-56417-2 • March 2011 Inquiry, Strategy, Design

M. ELEN DEMING SIMON SWAFFIELD

The first and only book on this topic of growing importance in landscape architecture, Landscape Architectural Research keeps professionals and students in step with the latest developments in landscape architecture, and delivers a dynamic and flexible game plan for verifying the integrity of their work.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Knowing Landscape Architecture. Chapter 3: Theory/Research/Scholarship/Critique. Chapter 4: Integrating Design and Research. Chapter 5: Descriptive Strategies. Chapter 6: Modeling and Correlational Strategies. Chapter 7: Experimental Strategies. Chapter 8: Classification Schemes. Chapter 9: Interpretive Strategies.. Chapter 10: Evaluation and Diagnosis. Chapter 11: Engaged Action Research. Chapter 12: Projective Design. Chapter 13: Logical Systems (Axioms, Rules, and Argumentation). Chapter 14: Research and Practice. References. Index.

Meg Calkins 978-0-470-64355-6 October 2011

TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS

Landscape Architectural Research: Inquiry, Strategy, Design

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

Modeling the Environment: Techniques and Tools for the 3D Illustration of Dynamic Landscapes Bradley Cantrell, Natalie Yates 978-0-470-90294-3 • March 2012

BR AD LE Y C ANTRELL

NATALIE YATES

This full-color book provides coverage of 3D visualization tools for land planning and landscape architecture. The methods and theories in Modeling the Environment present landscape representation around a core set of ideas—scene, object, terrain, environment/atmosphere, time/dynamics, and the composite—that centers representation on human experience. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments PART I: Introduction. PART II: Scene. PART III: Object. PART IV: Terrain. PART V: Atmosphere. PART VI: Simulation. PART VII: Composite. Bibliography. Image Credits. Index.

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Detailing for Landscape Architects: Aesthetics, Function, Constructibility

Foundations of

Landscape Architecture

Tom R. Ryan, Edward Allen, Patrick J. Rand

In t eg rat i n g F o rm an d Space Using the Language of Site Design

978-0-470-54878-3 • January 2011

Foundations of Landscape Architecture: Integrating Form and Space Using the Language of Site Design Norman Booth 978-0-470-63505-6 • October 2011

Aesthetics, Function, Constructibility

Detailing for Landscape Architects takes the reader on an educational journey across PATRICK RAND three major areas of landscape architectural detailing—aesthetics, function, and constructibility—to demonstrate how powerful design patterns can transform thematic ideas into awe-inspiring built realities. TOM R. RYAN

EDWARD ALLEN

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I: Detail Patterns. Section 1: Aesthetics. Chapter 1: Aesthetics. Section 2: Function. Chapter 2: Controlling Water Movement. Chapter 3: Controlling Subsurface Water Movement and Sedimentation. Chapter 4: Accommodating Movement. Chapter 5: Accommodating Growth. Chapter 6: Providing Structural Support. Chapter 7: Providing Passages for Pipes and Wires. Chapter 8: Health and Safety. Chapter 9: Providing for the Life Cycles of the Landscape. Section 3: Constructibility. Chapter 10: Ease of Assembly. Chapter 11: Forgiving Details. Chapter 12: Efficient Use of Construction Resources. Chapter 13: Sustainability. PART II: Detail Development. Section 1: Applying the Detail Patterns. Chapter 14: Detailing a Traditional Plaza. Chapter 15: Detailing a Rooftop Garden. Chapter 16: Detailing a Residence. Section 2: Getting Started. Appendix A: The Detailers Reference Shelf. Appendix B: Formulating Exercises for Self-Study or Classroom Use. Index.

The Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture: A Complete Guide to Starting and Running Your Own Firm, Second Edition Walter Rogers

This illustrated book introduces the basic elements and principles of design and then explores the spatial language used to organize and shape landscape architectural design. Filled with stunning photos and illustrations, this book offers students, professionals, and life-long learners a complete introduction to the visual language that is the underpinning of landscape architectural design. Norman K. Booth

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Foundational Concepts. Chapter 1: Landscape Form. Chapter 2: Landscape Space. Orthogonal Forms. Chapter 3: The Straight Line. Chapter 4: The Square. Chapter 5: The Rectangle. Chapter 6: The Grid. Chapter 7: Symmetry. Chapter 8: Asymmetry. Angular Geometry. Chapter 9: The Diagonal. Chapter 10: The Triangle. Chapter 11: The Polygon. Circular Geometry. Chapter 12: The Arc. Chapter 13: The Circle. Chapter 14: The Oval. Chapter 15: The Curve. Chapter 16: The Organic.

Heather Venhaus Foreword by

Herbert Dreiseit

Designing the

Sustainable Site � � � � � I N T E G R AT E D � D E S I G N � S T R AT E G I E S � FO R�

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With attention to six global environmental challenges—including air pollution, urban flooding and water pollution, water shortages, invasive species, and loss of biodiversity—along with guidance on how to meet these challenges, Designing the Sustainable Site is a practical design manual for sustainable alternatives to small-scale site and residential landscape design. TABLE OF CONTENTS

Introduction. 1: The Profession of Landscape Architecture and Professionalism. 2: Clients and Projects. 3: Case Studies. 4: Professional-Practice Relationships. 5: Finance. 6: Accounting. 7: Business Administration and Record Keeping. 8: Marketing. 9: Contracts. 10: Project Management. 11: Business and Personnel Law. Index.

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Whether helping a landscape architecture student identify a career track, providing direction on starting a new office, guiding an owner seeking to jumpstart a stagnant or fledgling business, or assisting a landscape architect-in-training study for the national Landscape Architecture Registration Exam (LARE), this single-source blueprint is the key to prospering in this dynamic field.

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Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgements. Chapter 1: Building a Sustainable Future Chapter 2: The Sustainable Site Design Process Chapter 3: Human Health and Well-Being Chapter 4: Sustainable Solutions: Air Pollution Chapter 5: Sustainable Solutions: Urban Flooring and Water Pollution Chapter 6: Sustainable Solutions: Water Shortages Chapter 7: Sustainable Solutions: Invasive Species. Chapter 8: Sustainable Solutions: Loss of Biodiversity. Index.

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Illustrated History of Landscape Design

Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintenance Thomas W. Cook, Ann Marie VanDerZanden 978-0-470-48093-9 • November 2010

A must-have guide for anyone working with landscapes, Sustainable Landscape Management eases the transition of the landscape industry into a new era of green consciousness. Readers will learn the key elements for building landscapes that integrate beauty and function to create a sustainable presence that extends well into the future.

Elizabeth Boults, Chip Sullivan 978-0-470-28933-4 • January 2010

Illustrated History of Landscape Design takes an optical sweep of the iconic landscapes LANDSCAPE DESIGN 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.

ILLUSTRATED HISTORY Elizabeth Boults & Chip Sullivan

TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. About the Authors. Chapter 1: Introduction to Sustainability. Chapter 2: Sustainable Landscape Design. Chapter 3: Sustainable Landscape Construction Process, Irrigation Systems, and Hardscape Materials. Chapter 4: Retrofitting Existing Landscapes for Sustainability. Chapter 5: Ecosystem Development and Management in the Context of Sustainable Landscapes. Chapter 6: Environmental Issues. Chapter 7: Sustainable Soils for Landscapes. Chapter 8: Managing Trees, Shrubs, and Beds Sustainably. Chapter 9: Lawns in Sustainable Landscapes. Chapter 10: Sustainable Pest Management. Summary. Study Questions. Suggested Reading. References. Index.

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Public Garden Management Donald Rakow, Sharon Lee

Introduction. Prehistory–6th Century. Cosmological Landscapes. Ancient Gardens. Landscape and Architecture. Genius Loci. 6th–15th Centuries. Western Europe: Walled Minds, Walled Gardens. Moorish Spain: An Indelible Influence. China: Natures Splendor in a Garden. Japan: In the Spirit of Nature. 15th Century. Japan: Muromachi Era. China: Ming Dynasty. Central Asia: Timurid Garden Cities. Italy: Curious Minds, Broadened Vistas. 16th Century. Italy: The Rebirth of Rome. Renaissance Gardens in France and England. The Early Botanic Garden: An Encyclopedia of Plants. Early Mughal Gardens: Persian Art Forms Travel East. Japan: The Momoyama Era. 17th Century. Japan: Edo Period. The Mughal Empire: Sacred Symmetries. Persian Gardens of Paradise. Italian Baroque Styles. The Flowering of the Dutch Landscape. English Gardens: A Restrained Mix of European Styles. French Classical Gardens: The Control of Nature. 18th Century. England: The Development of the Landscape Garden. The Landscape Garden in France. China: Qianlongs Imprint. Early American Gardens: Homeland Traditions. 19th Century England: The Victorians and Their Plants. France: Republics and Empires. Landscape Architecture in America. 20th Century. The Glided Age: Extremes of Wealth and Poverty. The New Aesthetic of Modernism. Environmental Art: Nature as Medium. Artistic Trends in Landscape Design. Environmental and Ecological Design. Postmodern Landscapes. 21st Century. A Sustainable Earth: Ten Ideas. Endnotes. Bibliography. Index.

978-0-470-53213-3 • January 2011

Public Garden Management is an all-in-one reference and textbook that PUBLIC GARDEN professional clearly shows how to develop, establish, MANAGEMENT manage, and maintain a sustainable—both A Complete Guide to the Administration, Planning and Administration of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta economically and environmentally—public garden. Students and professionals will benefit greatly from the management principles outlined in this book, helping them establish and maintain new and existing public gardens that engage, inspire, and connect with their communities. FOREWORD BY P ETER H. RAVEN

DONALD RAKOW

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Becoming a Landscape Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design Kelleann Foster 978-0-470-33845-2 • September 2009

SHARON LEE

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Foreword (Peter H. Raven). PART I: Public Gardens and Their Significance. PART II: The Emerging Garden. PART III: Administrative Functions. PART IV: Programmatic Functions. PART V: Long-Term Initiatives. Appendix A: Factors in the Development and Management of Canadian Public Gardens (Melanie Sifton and David Galbraith). Appendix B: The Importance of Plant Exploration Today (Paul W. Meyer). Appendix C: Herbaria (Barbara M. Thiers). Appendix D: Public Garden Archives (Sheila Connor). Appendix E: The Library in a Public Garden (Rita M. Hassert). Appendix F: Horticultural Therapy and Public Gardens (Karen L. Kennedy). References. Contributors. Index.

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 to finding a job. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword By Perry Howard. Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction to the Profession of Landscape Architecture. Landscape Architectural Design. Practice Opportunities. The Future of Landscape Architecture. Design Education. Appendix A: Resources. Appendix B: Selected References. Appendix C: Professionals and Students Interviewed for This Book. Chapter Notes. Index.

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Landscape Planning: Environmental Applications, Fifth Edition

Materials and Their Applications in Landscape Design

William M. Marsh

Rob W. Sovinski

978-0-470-57081-4 • June 2010

978-0-470-11293-9 • January 2009

With its wide variety of topics and up-to-date coverage, this Fifth Edition is an excellent resource for landscape planners and designers, scientists, and environmentalists. New coverage is included on adaptive planning as an approach necessary to build a sustainable landscape.

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.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

An Introduction to the Book, the Field, and Some Perspectives. 1:  Landscape Planning: Roots, Problems, and Content. 2: The Physiographic Framework of the United States and Canada. 3: Landscape Form and Function in Planning and Design. 4: Topography, Slopes, and Land Use Planning. 5: Assessing Soil for Land Use Planning and Waste Disposal. 6: Site, Soils, and Wastewater Disposal Systems. 7: Groundwater Systems, Land Use Planning, and Aquifer Protection. 8: Runoff and Stormwater Management in a Changing Landscape. 9: Watersheds, Drainage Nets, and Land Use Planning: 10: Streamflow, Floodplains, Flood Hazard, and Land Use Planning. 11: Water Quality and Runoff Considerations in Landscape Management. 12: Soil Erosion, Stream Sedimentation, and Landscape Management. 13: Best Management Practices, Local Watersheds, and Development Sites. 14: The Riparian Landscape: Streams, Channel Forms, and Valley Floors. 15: The Coastal Landscape: Shoreline Systems, Landforms, and Management Considerations. 16: Solar Climate near the Ground: Landscape and the Environment. 17: Microclimate, Climate Change, and the Urban Landscape. 18: Ground Frost, Permafrost, Land Use, and Environment. 19: Vegetation, Land Use, and Environmental Assessment. 20:  Landscape Ecology, Land Use, and Habitat Conservation Planning. 21: Wetlands, Habitat, and Land Use Planning. 22: Framing the Land Use Plan: a Systems Approach.

Preface. Foreword. A Note to Instructors. Materials and Sustainability. Chapter 1: Stone Aggregates. Chapter 2: Asphalt. Chapter 3: Brick. Chapter 4: Castin-Place Concrete. Chapter 5: Precast Concrete. Chapter 6: Metal. Chapter 7: Stone. Chapter 8: Wood. Chapter 9: Materials in Combinations. Photo Journal. Bibliography.

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

Sustainable SITE DESIGN

Google SketchUp for Site Design: A Guide to Modeling Site Plans, Terrain and Architecture Daniel Tal 978-0-470-34525-2 • August 2009

With helpful tutorials and useful tips for both beginners and advanced SketchUp users, Google SketchUp for Site Design will quickly have you creating models that are highly detailed and organized, easy to work with, and optimized for computer performance.

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

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

CLAUDIA DINEP and KRISTIN SCHWAB

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. TABLE OF CONTENTS

PART I: Introduction to SketchUp. Chapter 1: How to Use this Book. Chapter 2: SketchUp Basics. Chapter 3: Components and Groups. Chapter 4: Problem Solving. Chapter 5 Ruby Scripts. PART II: SketchUp Process Modeling. Chapter 6: Introduction to SketchUp Process Modeling. Chapter 7: Detailed Site Plan Modeling. Chapter 8: Custom Components - Site Furnishings. Chapter 9: Custom Components - Architecture. Chapter 10: The Completed Model: Arrangement and Presentation. Chapter 11 Architectural Tutorial. PART III: Sandbox Tools. Chapter 12: Introduction to the Sandbox Tools. Chapter 13: Conceptual 3D Grading. Chapter 14: Complex Canopies. Chapter 15: Sandbox Architecture. PART IV: AutoCAD to SketchUp. Chapter 16: Overview of AutoCAD to SketchUp. Chapter 17: Organizing AutoCAD. Chapter 18: Modeling the AutoCAD Flatwork Base. Chapter 19: Arranging the Model.

Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Landscape Sustainability Framework and Criteria. Chapter 2: Program Development: Menomonee Valley Industrial Center. Chapter 3: Stakeholder Influence: Whitney Water Purification Facility. Chapter 4: Regional and Site Assessment: Sandstone Visitor Center. Chapter 5: FormMaking: Paradise Valley Residence. Chapter 6: Design Efficiency: Gannett/USA Today Headquarters. Chapter 7: User Experience: Tanner Springs Park. Glossary. References. Index.

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Materials for Sustainable Sites: A Complete Guide to the Evaluation, Selection, and Use of Sustainable Construction Materials Meg Calkins 978-0-470-13455-9 • September 2008

Materials for Sustainable Sites guides architects, engineers, contractors, and landscape architects in making the right choices to minimize their projects’ environmental and human health impacts—whether the right answer is a new, green material or a conventional, triedand-true material used in green ways. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Materials For Sustainable Sites Defined. Chapter 2: Background: Inputs, Outputs, And Impacts Of Construction Materials. Chapter 3: Evaluating The Environmental And Human Health Impacts Of Materials. Chapter 4: Resource Reuse: Designing With And Specifying Reclaimed, Reprocessed, And Recycled-Content Materials. Chapter 5: Concrete. Chapter 6: Earthen Materials. Chapter 7: Brick Masonry. Chapter 8: Asphalt Pavement. Chapter 9: Aggregates And Stone. Chapter 10: Wood And Wood Products. Chapter 11: Metals. Chapter 12: Plastics And Rubber. Chapter 13: Biobased Materials, By Ruth Stafford. Appendix A: Embodied Energy And Embodied Carbon Of Construction Materials By Weight. Appendix B: Health And Environmental Impacts Of Hazardous Air Pollutants And Metals Related To Construction Materials. Index.

Landscapes in History: Design and Planning in the Eastern and Western Traditions, Second Edition Philip Pregill, Nancy Volkman 978-0-471-29328-6 • January 1999

This revised edition of Landscapes in History features for the first time new information-rarely available elsewhere in the literature-on landscape architecture in India, China, Southeast Asia, and Japan. It also expands the discussion of the modern period, including current North American planning and design practices. TABLE OF CONTENTS European Landscapes. Prehistory: Migration and Adaptation. The Near Eastern Landscapes: Neolithic Settlements. Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley. Egypt and the Nile Valley. The Mediterranean Landscape: Roman Hegemony. Continental Europe: Agriculture, Feudalism, and Community. The Late Middle Ages: Urban and Rural Landscape Development. Humanism and Ideal Landscapes. Enlightenment and Romanticism. The Twentieth Century: Modernism and Planning. Asian Landscapes: India & Subcontinent of Asia. Landscapes of the Rising Sun: Design and Planting in Japan. The North American Landscape. Pre-Columbian and European Colonial Landscapes. The Early National Period. A New Land to Process: Development of Transportation and Land Tenure Systems. The Romantic Period. Parks Produce a New Profession. Urban Planning in the Nineteenth Century. Impact of Railroads on the American Landscape. Design for Ostentation: The Late Victorian Eclectic Landscape. Noble Realities and Ignoble Pretenses: The City Beautiful. The City Scientific. The Revival of Classicism: Landscape Architecture in an era of Conspicuous Consumption. To Preserve And Conserve: Protection Of Natural and Cultural Resources. The 1930s: Era of Public Works. The Automobile Age. The Modern City. Modern Garden Design and Site Planning. References. Source Acknowledgments. Index.

Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition

A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction, Fourth Edition

Leonard J. Hopper 978-0-470-06797-0 • September 2007

Harvey M. Rubenstein Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition is a condensed treatment of the authoritative Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Professional Edition. Designed to give students the critical information they require, this is an essential reference for anyone studying landscape architecture and design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Practice of Landscape Architecture. PART II: Standards and Guidelines. PART III: Process, Implementation and Application. PART IV: Materials. Index.

978-0-471-12932-5 • March 1996

A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction is lavishly illustrated with hundreds of photos, site plans, and line drawings, as well as an abundance of figures, tables, charts, and sample problems. New material in the Fourth Edition includes resource analysis with wetlands and steep slope districts, the latest accessibility guidelines, updated coverage of bikeway design, and more. TABLE OF CONTENTS Design Principals And Process. Site Selection and Resource Analysis. Visual Design Factors, Context, and Natural Elements. Land Use and Circulation. Development Design Guidelines. Site Engineering and Landscape Construction Detailing. Contour Lines. Grading and Earthwork Calculations. Site Drainage. Alignment of Horizontal and Vertical Curves. Site and Landscape Construction Details. Plant Material in Site Planning. Specifications. Illustrative Project Types. Sports Facilities and Playgrounds. Rooftop Gardens. Residential Development Concepts. Appendix. Bibliography. Index.

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From Concept to Form in Landscape Design, Second Edition Grant W. Reid, FASLA

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

978-0-470-11231-1 • June 2007

Niall Kirkwood 978-0-471-39266-8 • May 2004

One of the most difficult tasks for a designer is to translate concepts into specific and detailed organizations of space. From Concept to Form in Landscape Design, Second Edition provides vital, functional techniques that make the transformation easier and more effective. Replete with compelling, valuable, and accessible insights for designing outdoor spaces, this book is an ideal blend of inspiration and application.

Weathering and Durability in Landscape Architecture 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.

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Preface. Credits. Chapter 1: The Concept. Chapter 2: Geometric Form Development. Chapter 3: Naturalistic Form Development. Chapter 4: Principles of Design. Basic Elements of Design. Organizing Principles. Integration of Form. Chapter 5 Beyond the Rules: Anomalous and Provocative Design. Acute Angle Forms. Counter Forms. Deconstruction. Social and Political Landscapes. Eccentric Landscapes. Landscapes of Distortion and Illusion. Chapter 6 Case Studies. Project 1. Silver Arch Sculpture Garden. Project 2. Courtyard of Circles. Project 3. Corner Lot Garden. Project 4. Pools of Pleasure. Project 5. Tsukubai Dialogue. Project 6. Canopied Retreat. Project 7. Platform Connections. Appendix. Guide Patterns. Geometric Construction Methods. References. Index.

Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. PART I: Design for Weathering and Durability. Chapter 1: Time and the Built Landscape. Chapter 2: Aspects of Permanence. Chapter 3: Design Approaches. PART II: Landscape Architectural Design Case Studies. Chapter 4: Case Studies. PART III: Afterword. Chapter 5: Achievements and Challenges. Bibliography and Further Reading. Index.

H I S T O R I C P R E S E R VAT I O N Urban Design for an Urban Century: Placemaking for People, 2nd Edition

Recording Historic Structures, Second Edition

Lance Jay Brown, David Dixon, Oliver Gillham

John A. Burns 978-0-471-27380-6 • November 2013

978-1-118-45363-6 • February 2014

This book offers a comprehensive introduction to urban design from a historical overview and basic principles to practical design concepts and strategies. It discusses the demographic, environmental, economic, and social issues that influence the decision-making and implementation processes of urban design. This new edition has been fully revised to include thorough coverage of sustainability issues and to integrate new case studies into the core concepts discussed. Ancillary materials, including PowerPoint slides, samples questions and projects, and bonus case studies, help to enrich understanding of the topic. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Urban Design—A Social and Civic Art, 1 Roots of Western Urban Form: Centralization, CHAPTER 2 Decentralization: The Rise and Decline of Industrial Cities, 3 Recentralization: The Forces Shaping 21st-Century Urbanism, 4 Recentralization: 21st-Century Urbanism Takes Shape, 5 Theories of Urbanism, 6 Urban Design for an Urban Century: Principles, Strategy, and Process, Afterword.

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Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas

Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas

The Story of Post-Modernism: Five Decades of the Ironic, Iconic and Critical in Architecture

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

John H. Stubbs

Emily G. Makas

Foreword by Mounir Bouchenaki

The first comprehensive survey that examines in detail architectural conservation practice on a wide comparative basis, Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas serves as a convenient resource for professionals, students, and anyone interested in the field.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Preface. Being Modern: The Currency of Conservation (Frank Matero). Acknowledgements. Chapter 1: Italy. Chapter 2: France. Chapter 3: United Kingdom. Chapter 4: Ireland. Chapter 5: Spain and Portugal. Chapter 6: Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. Chapter 7: Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Chapter 8: Sweden. Chapter 9: Finland. Chapter 10: Norway. Chapter 11: Denmark, Iceland, and Greenland. Chapter 12: The Baltic States. Section 3. Central Europe. Chapter 13: Germany. Chapter 14: Austria. Chapter 15: Hungary. Chapter 16: Czech Republic and Solvakia. Chapter 17: Poland. Chapter 18: Russia. Chapter 19: Ukraine, Moldova, and Belarus. Chapter 20: The Caucasus. Chapter 21: Greece. Chapter 22: Turkey. Chapter 23: Cyprus and Malta. Chapter 24: The Former Yugoslavia. Chapter 25: Albania. Chapter 26: Bulgaria. Chapter 27: Romania. Chapter 28: The United States. Chapter 29: Canada. Chapter 30: Mexico. Chapter 31: The Caribbean. Chapter 32: Central America. Chapter 33: The Non-Iberian Coast. Chapter 34: Brazil. Chapter 35: The Andean Countries. Chapter 36: The Southern Cone. Looking Ahead. Further Reading on Architectural Conservation by Region. Photo Credits. Index.

Charles Jencks 978-0-470-68896-0 • October 2011

In The Story of Post-Modernism, Charles Jencks, an authority on the subject, provides a lively and accessible account of Post-Modern architecture from its roots in the early 60s to the present day. In an evolutionary diagram, Jencks charts the variety of streams that now make up the river delta and discusses the main characters from James Stirling to Frank Gehry and Herzog and de Meuron. The Story of

POST-MODERNISM

Charles Jencks

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Post-Modernism Resurgent? The Back Story. Some Debts Acknowledged And Especially Madelon. PART I: The Perfect Storm Of Post-Modernism. PART II: Searching For Difference. PART III: Towards A Critical Modernism. PART IV: Complexity And Natures. PART V: The Coming Of The Cosmic Icons. Notes. A Post-Modern Bibliography.

Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings

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

Jean Carroon

Stephen J. Coyle

978-0-470-16911-7 • October 2010

Sustainable Preservation

Written by Jean Carroon, an architect who is a noted expert on the subject, this is the first comprehensive book on “sustainable” or “green” historic preservation for architects and preservation professionals. The book contains case studies of key projects of a variety of types of buildings and provides key principles that architects and preservation professionals can put into practice. GREENING EXISTING BUILDINGS Jean Carroon • Foreword by Richard Moe

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword (Richard Moe). Acknowledgments. PART I: Overview. Chapter 1: Buildings And Environmental Stewardship: Understanding The Issues. Chapter 2: Buildings And Sustainable Development: Understanding The Goals. Chapter 3: Tools, Guidelines, And Process: Balancing The Goals. PART II: Targeted Resource Conservation. Chapter 4: Water And Site. Chapter 5: Energy Not The Only, Issue But ellipsis. Chapter 6: Indoor Healthlight, Air, And Health. Chapter 7: Materials And Resources: Reduce, Repair, Reuse, Recycle. PART III: Of Special Note. Chapter 8: Operations, Maintenance, And Change. Chapter 9: Houses. Chapter 10: The Recent Past. Index.

SUSTAINABLE AND RESILIENT COMMUNITIES

978-0-470-53647-6 • February 2011

A Comprehensive Action Plan for Towns, Cities, and Regions

This is a step-by-step guidebook for urban planners and urban designers to implement a “green action plan” for cities small and large as well as private development. The guidebook delineates both sequential and parallel sets of instructions for the creation of comprehensive action plans that encompass all the major elements of sustainability. STEPHEN COYLE

Foreword by Andrés Duany

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: The Built Environments and Supporting Systems. Chapter 2: The Process of Transformation. Chapter 3: The Physical Built Environment. Chapter 4: The Regulatory Environment. Chapter 5: Transportation. Chapter 6: Energy. Chapter 7: Water. Chapter 8: Natural Environment. Chapter 9: Food Production/Agriculture. Chapter 10: Solid Waste. Chapter 11: Economics. Chapter 12: Engagement and Education. Chapter 13: Public Health. Appendix. Endnotes. Contributors. Index.

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Historic Preservation and the Livable City

Historic Preservation Technology: A Primer

Eric W. Allison, Lauren Peters

Robert A. Young

978-0-470-38192-2 • December 2010

978-0-471-78836-2 • March 2008

For both the preservation professional and urban planner, this book shows how preservation is a key to the creation of livable cities. It offers tools and case studies that preservationists and planners can learn from in implementing preservation projects or plans in cities large and small. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: What This Book Is About. Chapter 2: Using (and Not Using) The Past. Chapter 3: What Is Historic Preservation? Chapter 4: The Actors: Community Groups and Governments. Chapter 5: The Actors: Community Groups and Governments. Chapter 6: Intersections: How They Work Together. Chapter 7: Bringing Them Back from the Malls: Revitalizing Downtown. Chapter 8: Bringing Them Back from the Malls: Revitalizing Downtown. Chapter 9: Using the Tools We Have: Urban Planning Tools That Preserve Historic Character. Chapter 10: Using the Tools We Have: Urban Planning Tools That Preserve Historic Character. Chapter 11: Neighborhoods for Great Living: Historic Districts. Chapter 12: Neighborhoods for Great Living: Historic Districts. Chapter 13: Sustainable Development and Historic Preservation. Chapter 14: Sustainable Development and Historic Preservation. Chapter 15: New Urbanism versus the Livable City. Chapter 16: New Urbanism versus the Livable City. Chapter 17: The Global Picture. Chapter 18: Afterword. Endnotes. Index.

This introduction to the processes and materials for historic preservation supplies the novice with all of the technical information they need to plan and execute a restoration project. Going well beyond the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation, this book shows how wood, stone, masonry, and metal were used in the past and what causes them to fail in old buildings. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements. Introduction. PART I: Process Overview. Chapter 1: Overview. Chapter 2: Health And Life Safety. Chapter 3: Building Pathology: Investigation, Analysis, And Assessment. PART II: Building Materials. Chapter 4: Wood. Chapter 5: Masonry. Chapter 6: Concrete. Chapter 7: Architectural Metals. PART III: Building Fabric. Chapter 8: Roofing. Chapter 9: Exterior Wall Cladding. Chapter 10: Windows. Chapter 11: Entrances And Porches. Chapter 12: Storefronts. PART IV: Building Ornamentation And Finishes. Chapter 13: Floors. Chapter 14: Walls And Ceilings. Chapter 15: Art And Stained Glass. Chapter 16: Wood Carving And Millwork. Chapter 17: Decorative And Flat Plaster. Chapter 18: Protective And Decorative Finishes. PART V: Special Topics. Chapter 19: Heating, Ventilating, And Air-Conditioning Systems. Chapter 20: Building Service Systems. Chapter 21: Lighting And Electrical Systems. Chapter 22: Sustainability. Glossary. Appendices. Appendix A: Secretary Of The Interiors Standards. Appendix B: Historic Preservation Technology Resources.

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

Time Honored: A Global View of Architectural Conservation

William J. Murtagh

John H. Stubbs

978-0-471-47377-0 • August 2005

978-0-470-26049-4 • December 2008

Keeping Time is a favorite college text which offers a concise, clear survey—the history of the preservation movement, theory and practice—in an engaging and thoughtful style. This Third Edition features new material on scientific conservation, cultural corridors, and historic tourism, and expanded coverage of landscape preservation. context.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Preface to the Previous Edition. Introduction. Chapter 1: The Language of Preservation. Chapter 2: The Preservation Movement and the Private Citizen Before World War II. Chapter 3: The Preservation Movement and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Chapter 4: Government and the Preservation Movement. Chapter 5: Government and Preservation Since World War II. Chapter 6: The Historic Room and House Museum. Chapter 7: Outdoor Museums. Chapter 8: Historic Districts. Chapter 9: Rehabilitation and Adaptive Use. Chapter 10: Landscape Preservation. Chapter 11: Rural and Small Town Preservation. Chapter 12: Archaeology. Chapter 13: Preservation Values in Oral Based Cultures. Chapter 14: Preservation in Practice. Chapter 15: International Preservation. Epilogue: And What of the Future? Appendix A: Selected Federal Legislation. Appendix B: The National Register’s Criteria for Evaluation. Appendix C: The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings. Appendix D: Preservation Resources. Glossary. Bibliography. Illustration Credits. Index.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Foreword By Sir Bernard Feilden. Acknowledgments. PART I: Conserving History In Changing Contexts. PART II: Problems, Principles, And Process. PART III: Conservation Of The Built Environment: An Enduring Concern. PART IV: Contemporary Architectural Conservation Practice. Appendix A: Nomenclature Used In International Architectural Conservation Practice. Appendix B: Organizations And Resources Relating To International Architectural Conservation. Appendix C: International And Regional Conventions, Charters, And Recommendations. Appendix D: Annotated Bibliography Of One Hundred Selected Titles. Photo Credits. Index.

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The Urban Housing Handbook

The Urban Towers Handbook

Eric Firley, Caroline Stahl

Eric Firley, Julie Gimbal

978-1-119-98998-1 • February 2011

978-0-470-68474-0 • June 2011

In order to design and develop new housing concepts for urban areas, it is essential to understand and learn from existing examples. It is particularly key to realize the relationship that the individual housing unit has with its immediate surroundings. The Urban Housing Handbook is a vital design and analysis tool for housing practitioners and students that outlines the characteristics of some of the most interesting and prominent housing typologies. The handbook provides graphic representations and analysis of 30 case studies from around the world. These range from the London town house to apartments in Chicago and New York, taking in other European, South American, Moroccan, and Asian examples. In each chapter, a housing type is fully explored through a traditional case study and then a more modern example that demonstrates how it has been reinterpreted in a contemporary context. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Siheyuan. Casa Chorizo. Patio House. Dar and Riad. Kyo-machiya. Mini House. Tower House. Quadruple Villa. Chinese Shophouse. Terrace House with Mews. Front Garden House. Terrace House. Longtang House. Cité. Courtyards and Passages. Hamburger Terrassen (Falkenried). Pol House. Würfelhaus. Chicago Courtyards. Megablock. Town Place (Cas de Blocco). Zinshaus. Hamburger Burg. Berlage Superblock. Plex House. Mietskaserne. Post-Haussmannian Apartment Building. Casa de Mig and Casa de Quart. Casa de Renta. Early Residential Towers. Figure Ground Comparisons. Process Comparison Table. Density Comparison. Bibliography. Index. 

A GUIDE TO CAREERS IN PLANNING AND URBAN DESIGN

The core of the book is made up of 30 in-depth case studies of iconic towers from around the world, which are organized according to type. These range from historic examples, such as the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Chrysler Building in New York, and the medieval tower houses of San Gimignano in Tuscany to highly contemporary examples such as the Burj Al Arab in Dubai and the Roggongi Hills in Tokyo. The Urban Towers Handbook Eric Firley and Julie Gimbal

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Section A: A visual dictionary of highrise buildings. 1st Group: Solitaires and twin towers. 1: Monument. 2: Monument in block. 3: Tower as block. 4: Tower in block. 5: Twin towers. 6: Tower as team player. 7: Tower on infrastructure. 8: Tower as module / business as usual. 2nd Group: Clusters. 1: Integrated in existing city fabric. 2: Towers as urban pattern. 3: Linear cluster. 4: High-rise compound. 5: High-rise megastructure. 6-Towers in nature. 7: Towers on podium. 3rd Group: Vertical Cities. 1: US-American downtown: 2: High-rise as norm. 3: High-rise as geographical obligation. 4: City of monuments: 5: European CBD. 6: City of megastructures. Section B: High-rise building regulations in seven cities worldwide. Section C: High-rise and sustainability. Comparative table. Bibliography. Index. Picture credits.

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

Urban Design and People Michael Dobbins 978-0-470-13816-8 • March 2009

Michael Bayer, Nancy Frank, Jason Valerius

Based on author Michael Dobbins’ forty years of practice and teaching in urban design and planning, this text offers an insider’s perspective on the day-to-day work of an urban designer. Readers gain a solid foundation in urban design theory, as well as commonsense design strategies and practices that work.

978-0-470-27863-5 • January 2010 Becoming an

URBAN PLANNER

This book will answer the question “What does an urban planner do?” Becoming an Urban Planner is a must-have career guide for everyone considering or beginning a career in urban planning. Through photographs, drawings, sketches, and in-depth interviews, fifty of today’s top planners explain their own career choices and offer advice to tomorrow’s planners. Michael Bayer, AICP, Nancy Frank, PhD, AICP, and Jason Valerius, AICP

TABLE OF CONTENTS About the Authors. Preface. Acknowledgments. 1: Becoming an Urban Planner: What Planners Do. 2: Becoming an Urban Planner: Education. 3: Becoming an Urban Planner: Experience. 4: Planners Many Paths. 5: What Is the Future of Planning? Resources. References. Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgements. Illustration Credits. PART I: Background. PART II: Content. PART III: Principles. PART IV: Processes. PART V: Strategies. Summary. Bibliography. Index.

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ELLEN DUNHAM-JONES AND JUNE WILLIAMSON

RETROFITTING

SUBURBIA

U R B A N D E S I G N S O LU T I O N S f o r R E D E S I G N I N G S U B U R B S

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Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs, Updated Edition Ellen Dunham-Jones, June Williamson 978-0-470-93432-6 • March 2011

W I T H A N E W U P D AT E B Y T H E A U T H O R S A N D A F O R E W O R D B Y R I C H A R D F L O R I D A

With a new update introduction, this is a comprehensive guidebook for architects, planners, urban designers, and developers that illustrates how existing suburbs can be redesigned and redeveloped. The authors, both architects and noted experts on the subject, show how development in existing suburbs can absorb new growth and evolve in relation to changed demographic, technological, and economic conditions. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword: By Richard Florida. 2011 Update. Preface. Introduction. Acknowledgments. PART I: The Argument. Chapter 1: Instant Architecture, Instant Cities, And Incremental Metropolitanism. PART II: The Examples. Chapter 2: Retrofitting Garden Apartments And Residential Subdivisions To Address Density And The New Demographics. Chapter 3: Residential Case Study: Changes To Levittown. Chapter 4: Retrofitting Social Life Along Commercial Strips. Chapter 5: Strips Case Study: Mashpee Commons, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Chapter 6: From Regional Malls To New Downtowns Through Mixed-Use And Public Space. Chapter 7: Mall Case Study: Cottonwood, Holladay, Utah. Chapter 8: Mall Case Study: Belmar, Lakewood, Colorado. Chapter 9: Edge City Infill: Improving Walkability And Interconnectivity. Chapter 10: Edge City Case Study: Downtown Kendall/ Dadeland, Miami-Dade County, Florida. Chapter 11: Suburban Office And Industrial Park Retrofits To Recruit The Creative Class. Chapter 12: Office Park Case Study: University Town Center, Prince Georges County, Maryland. Epilogue: The Landscape Of Incremental Metropolitanism In 2050. Notes. Image Credits. Index.

Urban Design Since 1945: A Global Perspective David Grahame Shane 978-0-470-51526-6 • June 2011

Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature Douglas Farr 978-0-471-77751-9 • October 2007

A book that provides clear direction to urban designers, urban planners, and architects to design cities and developments that are sustainable and reduce environmental harms, Sustainable Urbanism includes background on sustainability, standards for sustainable urbanism, and case studies of exemplars of sustainable urban design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword (Andres Duany). Preface. How to Use this Book. Acknowledgments. PART I: The Case for Sustainable Urbanism. PART II: Implementing Sustainable Urbanism. PART III: Emerging Thresholds of Sustainable Urbanism. PART IV: Case Studies in Sustainable Urbanism. Epilogue. Glossary. Index.

Planning and Urban Design Standards, Student Edition American Planning Association, Frederick R. Steiner, Kent Butler 978-0-471-76090-0 • September 2006

This Student Edition offers the same authoritative, reliable information as the main volume in a student-friendly format. Leaving coverage of theory and history of planning and urban design to other textbooks, this book focuses on the physical and graphical aspects of planning and urban design—environmental planning, transportation planning, GIS, and mapping—with a particular eye towards smart growth. TABLE OF CONTENTS

This book provides a comprehensive historical overview of urban design since 1945. It is a key text for students studying urban design and architecture, providing not only insights into developments over the last sixty years but also a strong sense of the global view and where we are heading, emphasising the proliferation of makeshift urban growth.

Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Plans And Plan Making. Plan Making. PART II: Environmental Planning And Management. PART III: Structures. PART IV: Places And Placemaking. PART V: Analysis Techniques. PART VI: Implementation Techniques. Resources. Planning Resources. Graphic Symbols And Drawing Annotations. Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Chapter 1: Urban Design An Overview. Chapter 2: Illustrated Urban Elements. Chapter 3: The Metropolis. Chapter 4: Illustrated Metropolis. Chapter 5: The Megalopolis. Chapter 6: Illustrated Megalopolis. Chapter 7: The Fragmented Metropolis. Chapter 8: Illustrated Fragmented Metropolis. Chapter 10: Illustrated Megacity/Metacity. Conclusion. Urban Ecologies and Urban Design. Future Scenarios. Glossary. Authors. Endnote Sources and Wikipedia Annotated Bibliography. Index.

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The CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide is the must-have reference on construction product representation—and the essential study aid for the Certified Construction Product Representative (CCPR) Exam. This book offers comprehensive, authoritative coverage of best practices for effective construction product representation. Readers will find complete guidance on how to prepare and use documents, how to choose the appropriate products for a given project, and what role to play in the construction process and in an Integrated Product Delivery (IPD) workflow. A must-have resource for anyone studying for the Certified Construction Product Representative (CCPR) Exam, the book also features a companion website with a PDF file of the book as well as CSI format documents, such as Uniformat and Sectionformat/Pageformat.

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• Reviews the lifecycle of a building

1. Introduction. 2. Product Representation. 3. Formats. 4. Project Team—Roles and Responsibilities. 5. Project Delivery. 6. Design Phase Activities. 7. Construction Documents. 8. Procurement Phase Activities. 9. Construction Phase Activities. 10. Project Closeout. 11. Facility Management. 12. Sustainable Design and Construction. 13. Summary

• Outlines the roles and responsibilities of members of the design and construction team TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Sustainable Design and Construction. 2. Roles and Expectations of the Design and Construction Team. 3. Sustainable Design and Construction Best Practices. 4. Green Product and System Evaluation. 5. Sustainable Design and Project Delivery. 6. Construction Documentation Practices.

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The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide is the must-have reference on construction contract administration—and the essential study aid for the Certified Construction Contract Administrator (CCCA) Exam. The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide provides best practices for construction contract administration, enabling the fair representation of the interests of all parties to construction agreements in the successful completion of a project. 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 by the Contract Administration Practice Guide. The companion web site contains a PDF of the book’s entire text, CSI Glossary Documents, Format Documents, and CCA Forms. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Construction Contract Administration. 2. Roles and Responsibilities. 3. Preconstruction. 4. Meetings. 5. Submittals. 6. Site Visits, Observations, and Inspections. 7. Quality Assurance and Quality Control. 8. Interpretations and Modifications. 9. Executing the Work. 10. Claims and Disputes. 11. Measurement and Payment. 12. Project Closeout. 13. Developing A Construction Contract Administration Guide. 14. Summary.

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The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide is the must-have reference on standards and best practices for the delivery of a construction project. The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide is the core guide to the series and provides an introduction to concepts spelled out in more detail in the more specialized guides as well as more general information about the roles of professionals involved in the delivery of a construction project. If you can own only one practice guide, this is the one to get. The companion website contains a PDF of the full text of the book, CSI Glossary Documents, Format Documents, and CCA Forms. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to The CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide. 2. Stakeholders and Participants. 3. Facility Life Cycle. 4. Codes, Regulations, and Standards. 5. Contracts and Legal Issues. 6. Project Planning. 7. Project Delivery. 8. Design. 9. Design Documents. 10. Product Selection and Evaluation. 11. Construction Documents. 12. Procurement. 13. Construction. 14. Facility Management.

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Communicating the New: Methods to Shape and Accelerate Innovation

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KIM ERWIN

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4

Communicating

THE NEW

WORKING TOWARD

SUSTAINABILITY ETHICAL DECISION-MAKING

Kim Erwin

IN A TECHNOLOGICAL WORLD

Charles J. Kibert, Martha C. Monroe, Anna L. Peterson, Richard R. Plate, Leslie Paul Thiele

978-1-118-39417-5 • August 2013

Methods to Shape and Accelerate Innovation

This book describes and demonstrates methods for communication in the design thinking/innovation process throughout all stages of the process, not just the end. It introduces core concepts and methods that help manage complexity, accelerate synthesis, bring clarity, and transmit important knowledge to the people who need to act on it. It gives everyone who is involved in design thinking a practical toolkit for using communication at every step of the innovation process to tame and frame the inherent complexity of creating “the new.”

Working Toward Sustainability: Ethical Decision-Making in a Technological World

Charles J. Kibert Martha C. Monroe Anna L. Peterson Richard R. Plate Leslie Paul Thiele

978-0-470-53972-9 • October 2011

Because sustainability ultimately rests on ethics, this groundbreaking book is a crucial link in extending sustainability from a mere intellectual exercise to a much wider incorporation into virtually every sector and field of endeavor. Working Toward Sustainability develops a comprehensive ethical foundation for sustainability by bringing together nine ethical principles together in a cohesive manner. TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Finding the Conceptual Center. Chapter 2: Framing the Work. Chapter 3: Targeting Your Constituents. Chapter 4: Introduce New Thinking. Chapter 5: Expand the Conversation. Chapter 6: Conclusion.

Architectural Research Methods, Second Edition

Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: A Context for Sustainability. Chapter 2: The Technology Challenge. Chapter 3: Introduction to Ethical Concepts. Chapter 4: Social Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Chapter 5: Environmental Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Chapter 6: Economic Dimensions of Sustainability Ethics. Chapter 7: Integrating the Three Legs of Sustainability. Chapter 8: Improving Our Thinking about Sustainability. Chapter 9: The Process of Changing Behavior. Chapter 10: Creating Change with Groups. Chapter 11: Applying an Ethic of Sustainability. Index.

David Wang, Linda N. Groat 978-0-470-90855-6 • April 2013

The leading text on architectural research, Architectural Research Methods, Second Edition is completely revised throughout to include current trends and innovations in research, and discusses interdisciplinary involvement with design/build, sustainability and policy, urban design, product design, and product systems. This practical guide for architects and designers employs real-life examples of how good research can be used, from project inception to completion. New coverage of design studio-based research shows how the strategies described can be employed while new discussion of the use of digital media help frame the scope of research.

problem seeking AN

ARCHITECTURAL PROGRAMMING PRIMER

5th edition william m. peña steven a. parshall

Problem Seeking: An Architectural Programming Primer, Fifth Edition William M. Peña, Steven A. Parshall 978-1-118-08414-4 • February 2012

This leading essential guide to architectural programming gives the design practitioner a clear procedure when programming a building of any scale. This book is updated to incorporate new information related to BIM, integrated practice, and sustainable design, as well information on how designers can incorporate the latest technological tools when programming.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements. PART I: THE DOMAIN OF ARCHITECTURAL RESEARCH. Chapter 1: The Scope of This Book (Linda Groat). Chapter 2: Does Design equal Research? (Linda Groat and David Wang). Chapter 3: Systems of Inquiry and Standards of Research Quality (Linda Groat). Chapter 4: What’s Your Purpose? From Theory Building to Design Application (David Wang and Linda Groat). Chapter 5: What’s Your Question? Literature Review and Research Design (David Wang and Linda Groat). PART II: SEVEN RESEARCH STRATEGIES. Chapter 6: Historical Research (David Wang). Chapter 7: Qualitative Research (Linda Groat). Chapter 8: Correlational Research (Linda Groat). Chapter 9: Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Research (Linda Groat). Chapter 10: Simulation and Modeling Research (David Wang). Chapter 11: Logical Argumentation (David Wang). Chapter 12: Case Studies and Combined Strategies (Linda Groat). Personal Names Index. Subject Index.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Problem Seeking. An Architectural Programming Primer. Overview: The Primer. The Search. Programmers and Designers. Analysis and Synthesis. The Separation. The Interface. Process: Five Steps. Procedure. Considerations: The Whole Problem. Four Considerations. Framework. Information: Information Index Matrix. Organizing Information. Two-Phase Process. Data Clog. Processing and Discarding. Participation: User on Team. Effective Group Action. Team. Participatory Process. Background Information. Decision Making. Communication. Steps: Establish Goals. Collect and Analyze Facts. Uncover and Test Concepts. Determine Needs. Cost Estimate Analysis. Abstract to the Essence. State the Problem.

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

The Architecture Student’s Handbook of Professional Practice, Fourteenth Edition American Institute of Architects

Andrew Pressman, Thomas Fisher

978-0-470-08869-2 • October 2008

978-0-471-68366-7 • March 2006

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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, and much more. The breadth of case studies from nationallyrenowned contributors in the field adds depth and richness to the text.

This is the most targeted text available for professional practice courses in architecture. Unlike the previous Student Edition of The Architect’s Handbook of Professional Practice, which was simply an abbreviated version of the Professional Edition, this book is specifically written for architecture students about to begin their careers.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword to the Second Edition by Thomas Fisher. Preface. Acknowledgements. Chapter 1: Practice. Chapter 2: Do the Right Thing. Chapter 3: The Firm: Commoditiy and Delight. Chapter 4: Project Management. Chapter 5: Making a (Financial) Statement. Chapter 6: To Market, to Market. Chapter 7: Laws and Order. Chapter 8: Risky Business. Chapter 9: New Modes of Service and Project Delivery. Chapter 10: Nontraditional Practice. Chapter 11: Social Responsibilities. Index.

Foreword: Thom Mayne. Acknowledgments. About the Student Handbook. PART I—THE PROFESSION: Professional Life: Architecture as a Profession. Ethics and Professional Conduct. AIA Code of Ethics. Leadership as a Vocation. Participating in Professional Organizations. Legal Dimensions of Practice: Architects and the Law. Copyright and Intellectual Property in the Digital Age. Regulation of Professional Practice. Mandatory Continuing Education. Professional Development: Developing Leadership Skills. Mastering Communications. PART II—PRACTICE: Developing a Practice: Starting an Architecture Firm. Firm Legal Structure. Firm Identity and Expertise. Establishing a Niche Practice. Team Building. Marketing Planning and Strategy. How Clients Select Architects. Running a Practice: Financial Planning. Financial Management Systems. Computerized Financial Systems. Maintaining Financial Health. Risk Management Strategies. How to Use Risk Assessment Matrixes. Insurance Coverage. Managing and Avoiding Disputes. Information Management. Computer Technology in Practice. Building Information Modeling. PART III—THE PROJECT: Project Definition: Defining Project Services. Architectural Services and Compensation. Programming. Analysis and Research. Evidence-Based Design. Integrated vs. Traditional Practice. Project Development: Sustainable Design. Environmentally Preferable Product Selection. Design Phases. Value Analysis. Life Cycle Costing. Project Delivery: Project Delivery Methods. Construction Management. Design-Build Project Delivery. Integrated Project Delivery. Construction Documentation. The U.S. National CAD Standard. AIA MASTERSPEC. Bidding or Negotiation Phase. Construction Contract Administration. Project Management: The Effective Project Manager. Managing Architectural Projects. Project Controls. Project Scheduling. Construction Cost Management. Maintaining Design Quality. Project Closeouts. Building Codes and Regulations: Community Planning Controls. Building Codes and Standards. The International Building Code. PART IV—CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS: Types of Agreements: Agreements with Owners. Owner-Generated Agreements. Project Design Team Agreements. Construction Contracts. AIA Contract Documents: The AIA Documents Program. 2007 AIA Contract Documents. AIA Contract Documents Synopses by Family. Appendix A: Resources for Intern Architects. The Intern Development Program (IDP). The Emerging Professional’s Companion. Appendix B: Allied Professional Organizations. Appendix C: Schools of Architecture. Appendix D: State Registration Boards. Appendix E: Glossary. Index.

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ching

978-1-118-56237-6• January 2014

ian shaPirO

Sustainable design gets the Ching treatment in Green Building Illustrated. Ching BUiLDing iLLUsTraTED brings his signature style to the theory and practices of green building, from exterior to interior, providing a framework and detailed strategies for designing substantively green buildings. The book begins by explaining why we need to build green, the theory behind it, current green ratings systems, and new directions in the industry. It follows with comprehensive discussion of community and site selection; passive design; moving towards net zero through outer envelope and inner envelope design; water conservation; ventilation and indoor air quality; active heating and cooling; minimum-impact materials; operations, maintenance, and quality control; affordability and life-cycle analysis; and the importance of nature and beauty in green design.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction. First Principles. Codes, Standards, and Guidelines. Community and Site. Building Shape. Near-Building Features. Outer Envelope. Unconditioned Spaces. Inner Envelope. Zoning and Compartmentalization. Lighting and Other Electric Loads. Cold and Hot Water. Indoor Environmental Quality. Heating and Cooling. Renewable Energy. Materials. Schedules and Sequences. Affordability Quality in Green Design and Construction. Conclusion.

the Sustainable Sites Handbook A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes foreword by M I C H A E L V A N V A L K E N B U R G H

The Sustainable Sites Handbook: A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies, and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes Meg Calkins 978-0-470-64355-6 • October 2011

Meg Calkins

The Sustainable Sites Handbook offers in-depth coverage of design, construction, and management for systems of hydrology, vegetation, soils, materials, and human health and wellbeing. Focusing primarily on environmental site design and ecosystem services, this wide-ranging guide also covers issues of social equity, economic feasibility, and stewardship, which are crucial to the success of any sustainable site. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Letter from SITES Partners. Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Predesign: Site Selection, Assessment, and Planning. Chapter 3: Site Design: Water. Chapter 4: Site Design: Vegetation. Chapter 5: Site Design: Soils. Chapter 6: Site Design: Materials and Resources. Chapter 7: Human Health and Well-Being for Sustainable Sites. Chapter 8: Operations, Maintenance, Monitoring, and Stewardship. Resources. Index.

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Sun, Wind & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition G. Z. Brown, Mark DeKay 978-0-470-94578-0 • March 2013

Heather Venhaus Foreword by

Herbert Dreiseit

Designing the

Sustainable Site � � � � � I N T E G R AT E D � D E S I G N � S T R AT E G I E S � FO R�

S M AL L � S CAL E � S I TE S � A N D � RE S I DE NTI AL � L ANDS CAP E S

This updated edition cover principles of designing buildings that use the sun for heating, wind for cooling, and daylight for natural lighting. Using hundreds of illustration, it also includes a DVD to offer practical strategies that give the designer the tools they need to make energy efficient buildings. TABLE OF CONTENTS WHAT’S ON THE DVD—I THE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN NAVIGATOR: Using the Sustainable Design Navigator an electronic tool for design advice queries. 28 Analysis Techniques, 8.5 x 11 printable. 90 Design Strategies, 8.5 x 11 printable. Indexes, searchable. Bibliography, searchable. II SUSTAINABLE DESIGN RESOURCES: Sun Charts and Sundials. Climate Data and Analyses. Energy Scheming 3.5 software, demo version. Additional Resources. WHAT’S IN THE PRINTED BOOK—I NAVIGATION, II USING SUN, WIND & LIGHT, III SYNERGIES, IV BUNDLES, V FAVORITE DESIGN TOOLS, VI FAVORITE DESIGN STRATEGIES, VII HIGH-PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS, APPENDICES A-E, INDICES

Designing the Sustainable Site: Integrated Design Strategies for Small Scale Sites and Residential Landscapes Heather Venhaus 978-0-470-90009-3 • March 2012

With attention to six global environmental challenges—including air pollution, urban flooding and water pollution, water shortages, invasive species, and loss of biodiversity—along with guidance on how to meet these challenges, Designing the Sustainable Site is a practical design manual for sustainable alternatives to small-scale site and residential landscape design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword, Preface, Acknowledgements, Chapter 1: Building a Sustainable Future Chapter 2: The Sustainable Site Design Process Chapter 3: Human Health and Well-Being Chapter 4: Sustainable Solutions: Air Pollution Chapter 5: Sustainable Solutions: Urban Flooring and Water Pollution Chapter 6: Sustainable Solutions: Water Shortages Chapter 7: Sustainable Solutions: Invasive Species. Chapter 8: Sustainable Solutions: Loss of Biodiversity. Index.

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

Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature Douglas Farr 978-0-471-77751-9 • October 2007

Stephen J. Coyle 978-0-470-53647-6 • February 2011

This is a step-by-step guidebook for urban planners and urban designers to implement a “green action plan” for cities small and large as well as private development. The guidebook delineates both sequential and parallel sets of instructions for the creation of comprehensive action plans that encompass all the major elements of sustainability. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: The Built Environments and Supporting Systems. Chapter 2: The Process of Transformation. Chapter 3: The Physical Built Environment. Chapter 4: The Regulatory Environment. Chapter 5: Transportation. Chapter 6: Energy. Chapter 7: Water. Chapter 8: Natural Environment. Chapter 9: Food Production/Agriculture. Chapter 10: Solid Waste. Chapter 11: Economics. Chapter 12: Engagement and Education. Chapter 13: Public Health. Appendix. Endnotes. Contributors. Index.

A book that provides clear direction to urban designers, urban planners, and architects to design cities and developments that are sustainable and reduce environmental harms, Sustainable Urbanism includes background on sustainability, standards for sustainable urbanism, and case studies of exemplars of sustainable urban design. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword (Andres Duany). Preface. How to Use this Book. Acknowledgments. PART I: The Case for Sustainable Urbanism. PART II: Implementing Sustainable Urbanism. PART III: Emerging Thresholds of Sustainable Urbanism. PART IV: Case Studies in Sustainable Urbanism. Epilogue. Glossary. Index.

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

Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintenance

Meg Calkins 978-0-470-13455-9 • September 2008

Thomas W. Cook, Ann Marie VanDerZanden 978-0-470-48093-9 • November 2010

A must-have guide for anyone working with landscapes, Sustainable Landscape Management eases the transition of the landscape industry into a new era of green consciousness. Readers will learn the key elements for building landscapes that integrate beauty and function to create a sustainable presence that extends well into the future. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. About the Authors. Chapter 1: Introduction to Sustainability. Chapter 2: Sustainable Landscape Design. Chapter 3: Sustainable Landscape Construction Process, Irrigation Systems, and Hardscape Materials. Chapter 4: Retrofitting Existing Landscapes for Sustainability. Chapter 5: Ecosystem Development and Management in the Context of Sustainable Landscapes. Chapter 6: Environmental Issues. Chapter 7: Sustainable Soils for Landscapes. Chapter 8: Managing Trees, Shrubs, and Beds Sustainably. Chapter 9: Lawns in Sustainable Landscapes. Chapter 10: Sustainable Pest Management. Summary. Study Questions. Suggested Reading. References. Index.

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Guide to the LEED Green Associate V4 Exam

Guide to the LEED AP Homes Exam

Michelle Cottrell, Miami, FL and New York, NY

Michelle Cottrell

978-1-118-87031-0 • September 2014

Prepare for the LEED Green Associate v4 exam with an expert who has been there— and passed! The Guide to the LEED Green MICHELLE COTTRELL, LEED AP BD+C Associate V4 Exam is a comprehensive study guide for the LEED Green Associate v4 exam. Written by a LEED expert and consultant who actually passed the exam, this guide provides a first-hand account of preparation strategies that work. The book is designed to work with how people study, organized for quick navigation with sample questions and flashcards throughout. The companion website offers additional study aids, including more sample test questions and flashcards, plus video tutorials that introduce concepts and strategies within each chapter. The book covers all topics and principles included on the exam, and provides all the information necessary to pass. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Chapter 2: Introduction to the Concepts of Sustainable Design. Chapter 3: Integrative Process. Chapter 4: Third-Party Verification. Chapter 5: The LEED Green Building Certification Program. Chapter 6: Essential LEED® Concepts. Chapter 7: Location and Transportation. Chapter 8: Sustainable Sites. Chapter 9: Water efficiency. Chapter 10: Energy and Atmosphere. Chapter 11: Materials and Resources. Chapter 12: Indoor Environmental Quality. Chapter 13: Innovation and Regional Priority. Chapter 14: Study Tips

978-1-118-08720-6 • September 2012

This is the ideal study guide for understanding and preparing for the LEED® AP Homes exam. Written by an expert who is a LEED consultant and partner at Green HOMES EXAM Education Services—a premier LEED exam preparation provider—the guide MICHELLE COTTRELL, LEED AP HOMES engages readers by breaking down difficult concepts in sustainable design and engineering in a clearly organized, straightforward manner that helps streamline the learning process for those seeking participation in the responsible design and construction of sustainable residential projects that implement green practices. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Part I: Ramping Up. Chapter 1: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Chapter 2: Sustainability and LEED Basics Review. Chapter 3: The LEED for Homes Rating System. Part II: Diving In: The Strategies and Technologies of LEED. Chapter 4: Innovation in Design. Chapter 5: Location and Linkages. Chapter 6: Sustainable Sites. Chapter 7: Water Efficiency. Chapter 8: Energy and Atmosphere. Chapter 9: Materials and Resources. Chapter 10: Indoor Environmental Quality. Chapter 11: Awareness and Education. Part III: Study Tips and Appendices. Chapter 12: Study Tips. Appendices.

Guide to the LEED AP Operations and Maintenance (O+M) Exam

Guide to the LEED AP Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) Exam

Michelle Cottrell 978-0-470-60830-2 • September 2011

Michelle Cottrell 978-1-118-01749-4 • February 2012 ®

This is the ideal study guide for understanding and preparing for the LEED® AP ID+C exam. Written by an expert who is a LEED consultant and partner MICHELLE COTTRELL, LEED AP ID+C at Green Education Services—a premier LEED exam preparation provider—the guide engages readers by breaking down difficult concepts in sustainable design and engineering in a clearly organized, straightforward manner that helps streamline the learning process for those seeking participation in the operation and maintenance of existing buildings that implement green practices. INTERIOR DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION (ID+C) EXAM

This is the perfect guide to understanding and preparing for the LEED AP O+M exam. Written by an expert who is a LEED MICHELLE COTTRELL, consultant and partner at Green Education Services—a premier LEED exam preparation provider—this guide engages readers by breaking down difficult concepts in sustainable design and engineering in a clearly organized, straightforward manner that helps streamline the learning process. Covering the detailed concepts of the LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations + Maintenance green building rating system, this book is an all-inclusive resource for achieving successful results on the exam. OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE (O+M) EXAM LEED AP

TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction. Part I: Ramping Up. Chapter 1: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Chapter 2: Sustainability and LEED Basics Review. Chapter 3: The LEED for Commercial Interiors Rating System. Part II: Diving In: The Strategies and Technologies of LEED CI. Chapter 4: Sustainable Sites. Chapter 5: Water Efficiency. Chapter 6: Energy and Atmosphere. Chapter 7: Materials and Resources. Chapter 8: Indoor Environmental Quality. Chapter 9: Innovation in Design and Regional Priority. Part III: Study Tips and Appendices. Chapter 10: Study Tips. Appendices.

Part I: Ramping Up. Chapter 1: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Chapter 2: Sustainability and LEED Basics Review. Chapter 3: The LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations & Maintenance Rating System. Part II: Diving In: The Strategies and Technologies of LEED EBOM. Chapter 4: Sustainable Sites. Chapter 5: Water Efficiency. Chapter 6: Energy and Atmosphere. Chapter 7: Materials and Resources. Chapter 8: Indoor Environmental Quality. Chapter 9: Innovation in Operations and Regional Priority. Part III: Study Tips and Appendices. Chapter 10: Study Tips. Appendices.

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LINDA REEDER, AIA ®

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

Criteria, Process, and Case Studies for Integrating Site and Region

in Landscape Design

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BUILDING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION (BD+C) EXAM MICHELLE COTTRELL,

Michelle Cottrell 978-0-470-89042-4 • January 2011

Ideal for architects, engineers, and contractors seeking the LEED Building Design + Construction credential, this book is a clearly organized study guide that includes sample quizzes at the end of each section. Authored by an expert who teaches seminars on LEED BD&C to professionals, this LEED exam preparation guide stands out from the competition in its engaging and stimulating approach. Materials include drawings, charts, and diagrams to help the reader visually understand the concepts. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Ramping Up. Chapter 1: Understanding the Credentialing Process. Chapter 2: Sustainability and LEED Basics Review. Chapter 3: The LEED Rating Systems of the BD&C Reference Guide. Part II: Diving In: The Strategies and Technologies of LEED. Chapter 4: Sustainable Sites. Chapter 5: Water Efficiency. Chapter 6: Energy and Atmosphere. Chapter 7: Materials and Resources. Chapter 8: Indoor Environmental Quality. Chapter 9: Innovation in Design and Regional Priority. Part III: Study Tips and Appendices. Chapter 10: Study Tips. Appendices.

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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 • November 2009

978-0-470-40194-1 • March 2010

A comparative guide to understanding the complex similarities and differences in the green building rating systems for new construction of most buildings, including homes, this book will help owners, builders, construction managers, and design teams select the appropriate rating system for their project.

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.

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Acknowledgments. Introduction. Chapter 1: Residential Rating Systems: A Comparison. Chapter 2: Commercial Rating Systems: A Comparison. Chapter 3: Energy Star For Residential Projects. Chapter 4: LEED For Homes. Chapter 5: NAHB Model Green Home Building Guidelines. Chapter 6: National Green Building Standard. Chapter 7: Local And Regional Residential Programs. Chapter 8: ENERGY STAR For Commercial Buildings. Chapter 9: Green Globes. Chapter 10: LEED For Commercial New Construction. Chapter 11: Local And Regional Commercial Programs. Chapter 12: International Rating Systems. Examples Of International Rating Systems. Resources. Notes. Index.

Preface. Acknowledgments. Chapter 1: Landscape Sustainability Framework and Criteria. Chapter 2: Program Development: Menomonee Valley Industrial Center. Chapter 3: Stakeholder Influence: Whitney Water Purification Facility. Chapter 4: Regional and Site Assessment: Sandstone Visitor Center. Chapter 5: Form-Making: Paradise Valley Residence. Chapter 6: Design Efficiency: Gannett/USA Today Headquarters. Chapter 7: User Experience: Tanner Springs Park. Glossary. References. Index.

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Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management, 4th Edition Nick Christians 978-0-470-58731-7 • July 2011 F U N D A M E N TA L S O F

TURFGRASS MANAGEMENT

Practical Golf Course Maintenance: The Magic of Greenkeeping, Third Edition Gordon Witteveen 978-1-118-14374-2 • December 2012

This revision of the bestselling Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management provides an introduction to the principles of turfgrass management by covering everything from basic turfgrass science to fertilization, mowing, career paths, and more. This edition has been significantly updated to include the most current information on pesticides, weeds, turfgrass diseases, and insects to aid professionals in understanding how to implement, maintain, and manage fields effectively.

Practical Golf Course Maintenance, Third Edition has been fully revised to deliver the most up to date information on maintaining and operating a golf course. Critical coverage includes advice on maintaining consistent bunkers, sand top-dressing and aerifying, technologies, pesticide storage, and other emerging technologies.

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Preface. Acknowledgements. Chapter 1: Careers in the Turfgrass Industry. Chapter 2: Introduction to the Grasses. Chapter 3: Cool-Season Grasses. Chapter 4: Warm-Season Grasses. Chapter 5: Ornamental Grasses. Chapter 6: Establishment. Chapter 7: Soil Testing and Soil Amendment. Chapter 8: Fertilization. Chapter 9: Mowing, Plant Growth regulators, and Shade. Chapter 10: Irrigation. Chapter 11: Thatch, Cultivation, and Topdressing. Chapter 12: Weed Control. Chapter 13: Turf Insects. Chapter 14: Turfgrass Diseases. Chapter 15: Sports Field Management. Chapter 16: Sod Production. Chapter 17: Professional Lawn Care. Chapter 18: Golf Course Maintenance. About the Author. Index.

Dedication. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. 1: Greens. 2: Tees. 3: Fairways. 4: The Rough. 5: Bunkers and Their Maintenance. 6: Water. 7: Fertilizer. 8: Topdressing. 9: Aerating, Spiking, and Verticutting. 10: Spraying. 11: Seeding, Sodding, and Sprigging. 12: Drainage. 13: Trees. 14: Landscaping. 15: Traffic and Paths. 16: Changing Cups, Flagsticks, and Tee Markers. 17: Rules of Golf that Affect Maintenance. 18: Budgeting for Machinery and Tools. 19: The Grounds Maintenance Facility. 20: Managing People. 21: Greenkeeping Common Sense. 22: Job Descriptions. Index. About the Authors.

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Mathematics for the Green Industry: Essential Calculations for Horticulture and Landscape Professionals Michael L. Agnew, Nancy H. Agnew, Nick Christians, Ann Marie VanDerZanden 978-0-470-13672-0 • July 2008

Designed for both students and practitioners in the green industry, this book offers full coverage of the calculations necessary to effectively, safely, and economically manage a green industry operation. The authors provide clear explanation of all relevant mathematical principles and cover calculations inherent in all aspects of the green industry, from determining area and volume to the application of fertilizers, pesticides, and growth regulators to preparing and design and installation cost estimates. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. About the Authors. Part 1: Mathematical Principles. Chapter 1: Basic Math Skills. Chapter 2: Measurement and Calculations with Measured Values. Chapter 3: Geometry. Part 2: Green Industry Applications. Chapter 4: Calculating the Area of Landscape Features. Chapter 5: Fertilizer Calculations. Chapter 6: Pesticide and Plant Growth Regulator Calculations. Chapter 7: Calibration of Application Equipment. Chapter 8: Mathematical Applications for the Turfgrass Industry. Chapter 9: Mathematical Applications for the Landscape Industry. Chapter 10: Mathematical Applications for the Greenhouse, Nursery, and Interior Landscape Industries. Appendix A: Metric System Prefixes. Appendix B: Tables of Equivalents. Appendix C: Table of Conversion Factors. Appendix D: SquaringUp Gardens and Garden Structures. Appendix E: Solutions to Practice Problems. Index.

The Mathematics of Turfgrass Maintenance, 4th Edition Nick Christians, Michael L. Agnew 978-0-470-04845-0 • December 2007

This book covers every type of mathematical problem that faces golf course superintendents. From how to handle budgeting estimates to determining how much fertilizer should be applied, this book shows how to work through the calculations and offers practice material and answers. Loaded with helpful hints and easy-to-understand examples, this one-of-a-kind reference covers mathematical problems that golf course superintendents face every day. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: Area Measurement Calculations. Chapter 3: Volume Calculations. Chapter 4: Fertilizer Calculations. Chapter 5: Pesticide Calculations. Chapter 6: Spreader and Sprayer Calibration. Chapter 7: Irrigation Calculations. Chapter 8: Seeding Rate Calculations. Chapter 9: Application of Small Amounts of Material to Greenhouse Pots and Small Field Plots. Appendix A: Conversion Factors. Appendix B: Answers to Problems. Index.

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Drawing: The Motive Force of Architecture, AD Primer, 2nd Edition

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Drawing The Motive Force of Architecture

Sir Peter Cook 978-1-118-70064-8 • January 2014

Focusing on the creative and inventive significance of drawing for architecture, this book by one of its greatest proponents, Peter Cook, is an established classic. The book features some of the greatest and most intriguing drawings by architects, ranging from Frank Lloyd Wright, Heath-Robinson, Le Corbusier, and Otto Wagner to Frank PETER COOK Gehry, Zaha Hadid, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Arata Isozaki, Eric Owen Moss, Bernard Tschumi, and Lebbeus Woods; as well as key works by Cook and other members of the original Archigram group. Second Edition

Provocative and inspirational, Architectural Design (AD) is a bimonthly, high-quality magazine reporting from the cutting edge of the architecture community. AD exists so that students can stay informed of the architectural trends of tomorrow. Fully illustrated in color, AD provides one of the most penetrating, insightful, and in-depth views of architecture today.

For this new edition, Cook provides a substantial new chapter that charts the speed at which the trajectory of drawing is moving. It reflects the increasing sophistication of available software and also the ways in which ‘hand drawing’ and the ‘digital’ are being eclipsed by new hybrids—injecting a new momentum to drawing. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Drawing and Motive 2. Drawing and Strategy 3. Drawing and Vision 4. Drawing and Image 5. Drawing and Composition 6. Drawing with Expression and Atmosphere 7. Drawing and Technics 8. Drawing and Surface 9. Beyond Drawing—Beyond Reality 10. Digital-Manual Drawing and the Power of the Eye.

BIM Design: Realising the Creative Potential of Building Information Modelling Richard Garber, New Jersey Institute of Technology 978-1-118-71980-0 • July 2014

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UAE and the Gulf Architecture AD

Eric E. Parry

978-1-118-75906-6 • January 2015

978-1-119-95271-8 • March 2015

By presenting the architecture of UAE and the Gulf within the context of broader regional developments and global trends, it highlights how projects in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia have contributed to unprecedented urban growth, while emphasising the continuing environmental challenges of building in the region.

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Kevin Mitchell, George Katodrytis At the end of the 20th century, Dubai attracted international media attention as the world sought to make sense of the city’s extraordinary growth. Exuberant projects such as the Burj Arab, the Burj Khalifa, and the Palm Islands attracted investment in dreams to transform the region. While the global financial crisis kept dreams from becoming reality, this issue of AD seeks to present a view of architecture and urbanism in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and other states in the wider Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) at a time when greater economic stability promises new beginnings.

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The contemporary definition of context in architectural theory and practice has been a focus for debate since the 1980s. Architecture and the Genius of Place Context looks beyond this aspect to the fundamentals that give a new social and cultural perspective to this very important point of departure for designers. The six chapters evolve from the fundamentals of the ground beneath our feet—Pavements and Threshold; to the importance of orientation—Horizon; the sequential understanding of urban space—Kinetics; the dialogue of parts within a whole—Simultaneity; Landscape and The City—Artifice; and the uses of the formal and informal - Memory.

ERIC PARRY

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Pavements and Threshold. 2. To the importance of orientation—Horizon. 3. The sequential understanding of urban space—Kinetics. 4. The dialogue of parts within a whole—Simultaneity. 5. Landscape and The City—Artifice. 6. The uses of the formal and informal—Memory

The City as a Tangled Bank: Urban Design vs Urban Evolution, AD Primer Sir Terry Farrell, Architect 978-1-118-48734-1 • 2014

The City as a Tangled Bank Urban Design vs Urban Evolution

TERRY FARRELL

Here Sir Terry Farrell, who has built an international career as an architect-planner, encourages other planners and architects to follow the biologists—look at, learn from, and, indeed, admire the nature of the forces that drive the change, and then with humility and respect work with them to nudge, anticipate and prepare for where it takes us. Searching for patterns within the apparent turbulence and complexity, he analyses the notions of urban design and urban evolution and examines whether or not they need necessarily be seen as opposing one another. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Emergence of Emergence. 2. The Urbicultural Revolution. 3. Connectedness and the Nurturing of Invention. 4. The DNA of Habitat. 5. Time, Layers, and City Identity. 6. Architecture Out of Urbanism. 7. The High Art of Adaptation 8. Urban Activism. 9. The Era of the Digital City.

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The Architecture of Transgression Rachel Sara, Jonathan Mosley

Space Architecture: The New Frontier for Design Research

978-1-118-36179-5 • January 2014

Neil Leach, University of Bath 978-1-118-66330-1 • December 2014

Transgression suggests operating beyond accepted norms and radically reinterpreting practice by pushing at the boundaries of both what architecture is, and what it could or even should be. This issue of AD engages the way transgression opens up new possibilities for practice. It highlights the positive impact that working on the architectural periphery can make on the mainstream, as transgressive practices have the potential to reinvent and reposition the architectural profession. TABLE OF CONTENTS EDITORIAL. ABOUT THE GUEST-EDITORS. SPOTLIGHT: Visual highlights of the issue. INTRODUCTION. The Architecture of Transgression: Towards a Destabilising Architecture. Transgression: The Concept. Extenuating Circumstances: Salvaged Landscape. Architecture and Transgression: An Interview with Bernard Tschumi. Transgression and Progress in China: Wang Shu and the Literati Mindset. Not Doing/Overdoing: Omission and Excess—Not Doing/Overdoing: ‘Omission’ and ‘Excess’—Lacaton & Vassal’s Place Léon Aucoc, Bordeaux, and Construire’s Le Channel, Scène Nationale de Calais, Calais.

Forty years on from the first moon landing, architecture in Space is entering a new era. Architects are now involved in designing the interiors of long-term habitable structures in Space, such as the International Space Station, researching advanced robotic fabrication technologies for building structures on the Moon and Mars, envisioning new ‘space yachts’ for the super-rich, and building new facilities, such as the Virgin Galactic ‘Spaceport America’ in New Mexico designed by Foster + Partners. This issue of AD features the most significant current projects underway and highlights key areas of research in Space, such as energy, materials, manufacture and robotics.

Made by Robots: Challenging Architecture at a Larger Scale Fabio Gramazio, Matthias Kohler 978-1-118-53548-6 • May 2014

In the next decade or so, the widespread adoption of robotics is set to transform the construction industry: building techniques will become increasingly automated both on- and off-site, dispensing with manual labour and enabling greater cost and operational efficiencies. What unique opportunities, however, does robotics afford beyond operational effectiveness explicitly for the practice of architecture? What is the potential for the serial production of non-standard elements as well as for varied construction processes? This issue of AD showcases the findings of the Architecture and Digital Fabrication research module at the ETH Zurich Future Cities Laboratory in Singapore, directed by Fabio Gramazio and Matthias Kohler, which explores the possibilities of robotic construction processes for architecture and their large-scale application to the design and construction of high-rise buildings. TABLE OF CONTENTS SPOTLIGHT. Visual highlights of the issue. INTRODUCTION. Authoring Robotic Processes. Integrating Robotic Fabrication in the Design Process. Mesh-Mould: Robotically Fabricated Spatial Meshes as Reinforced Concrete Formwork. Robots and Architecture: Experiments, Fiction, Epistemology. Entrepreneurship in Architectural Robotics: The Simultaneity of Craft, Economics and Design. Odico Formwork Robotics. RoboFold and Robots. IO. Machineous. ROB Technologies. GREYSHED. Computation or Revolution. Changing Building Sites: Industrialisation and Automation of the Building Process. In-Situ Fabrication: Mobile Robotic Units on Construction Sites. Towards Robotic Swarm Printing. Machines for Rent: Experiments by New-Territories. COUNTERPOINT. Crisis! What Crisis? Retooling for Mass Markets in the 21st Century. CONTRIBUTORS.

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Designing for the Third Age: Architecture Redefined for a Generation of “Active Agers” AD

High Definition: Zero Tolerance in Design and Production AD

Lorraine Farrelly

Bob Sheil, Bartlett School of Architecture, UK

978-1-118-45272-1 • April 2014

978-1-118-45185-4 • March 2014

As people sixty-five and older constitute an ever increasingly proportion of population in most industrialized nations, the design of housing and other built provisions needs to be rethought in order to accommodate this ever-expanding ageing population. How can far-reaching architectural solutions play a key part by creating sustainable cities for the changing profile of the population, reducing models of dependency for care and transport while creating opportunities for recreation, leisure, and work? This issue reflects on the population challenges facing Europe, Australia, North America, and Asia, offering innovative responses to these problems on a practical and speculative level. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Redefining, Reinventing and Realigning Design for Demographic Change, Chapter 1. ‘Remember Who You are Designing for’: An Interview with Baroness Sally Greengross OBE, Chapter 2. ‘New Aging’: Designing Architecture for all Ages, Chapter 3. Adapting to Global Change: Ageing, Urbanisation and Resilience, Chapter 4. Designing for a Lifetime in New York and Other US Cities, Chapter 5. Socially Inclusive Design in Denmark: The Maturing Landscape, Chapter 6. Ageing in Suburbia: Designing for Demographic Change in Australia and New Zealand, Chapter 7. Housing for the Elderly: The Changing Scenario in India, Chapter 8. China’s Concealed Crisis, Chapter 9. Mediating Change: A Japanese Perspective on Adaptable Architecture, Chapter 10. Redesigning Domesticity: Creating Homes for the Elderly, Chapter 11. Regeneration for all Generations: The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Chapter 12. ‘Happy Meals’: Finding Happiness with Hans Becker and the Humanitas Care Model, Chapter 13. Customised ‘Care-Ready’ Living: A HAPPI-Inspired Design for Evolutionary Housing by Walter Menteth Wren Architects, Chapter 14. Sense-Sensitive Design for the Ageing, Chapter 15. New Visions: Re-imagine Ageing RIBA Design Competition 2013, Chapter 16. Wanted: Challenging Design Ideas for Ageing, Chapter 17. Housing from 8 to 80: An AD Ideas Project, Chapter 18. Counterpoint: Designing for an Earlier Age

A pioneering title, High Definition explores the onslaught of new and highly accurate digital metrology tools in large- and small-scale 3-D scanning and 3-D modelling. High Definition examines the capabilities of advanced technologies in design production through their impact on design theory, practice and, greater levels of collaboration between design and manufacturing. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1. Digital Doppelgängers: Future Scanscapes, Chapter 2. Arraying Territories: Remote Sensing and Escalation in the North, Chapter 3. Tracking, Tagging and Scanning the City, Chapter 4. What We Want is in That Room, Chapter 5. Drawing into the Cloud, Chapter 6. Landschaft: Revisiting The Journey and Drive-in House, Chapter 7. Tripping the Flight Fantastic: Slipstream, Terminal 2, Heathrow Airport, Chapter 8. Gehry Partners’ Fondation Louis Vuitton: Crowdsourcing Embedded Intelligence, Chapter 9. Diffusive Thermal Architecture: New Work from the Hylozoic Series, Chapter 10. Animating Architecture: Coupling HighDefinition Sensing with High-Definition Actuation, Chapter 11. Impossible Objects, Chapter 12. To the Micron: A New Architecture Through High-Resolution Multi-Scalar Design and Manufacturing, Chapter 13. 4D Printing: Multi-Material Shape Change, Chapter 14. Soft Tolerance: An Approach for Additive Construction on Site, Chapter 15. Counterpoint: Why We Need Architecture of Tolerance

System City: Infrastructure and the Spaces of Flows AD Michael Weinstock 978-1-118-36142-9 • July 2013

Offering a radically new perspective on cities, this book regards them not simply as spatially extended material artifacts, but as complex systems that are analogous to living organism, exhibiting many of the same characteristics. The view of cities that emerges is one in which the design of the many new cities should be founded on intelligent and inhabited infrastructural systems or “flow architectures” of urban metabolisms. This book explores the design of these future cities with a contributor list of renowned architects. TABLE OF CONTENTS SPOTLIGHT, 14 INTRODUCTION, Variation and Distribution: Forest Patterns as a Model for Urban Morphologies, A History of Territories, Movements and Borders: Politics of Inhabitation, A Distributed Ground: The Unknown Fields Division, Third Natures: Incubators of Public Space, Intelligent Cities and the Taxonomy of Cognitive Scales, Darwin Among the Machines, Cities and Grids: In Search of New Paradigms, The Grounds of a Renewed Practice: Groundlab’s Approach Towards Landscape and Infrastructure, Scales of Metabolic Flows: Regional, Urban and Building Systems Design at SOM, Metasystems of Urban Flow: Buro Happold’s Collaborations in the Generation of New Urban Ecologies, Local Climates of the City, Ex Silico Ad Vivo: Computational Simulation and Urban Design at Fosters + Partners, Networks and the City, Data City: Urban Metabolic Decision Processes, COUNTERPOINT, CONTRIBUTORS,

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Future Details of Architecture Mark Garcia, Royal College of Art and Branson Coates 978-1-118-52253-0 • July 2014

Despite the exaggerated news of the untimely ‘death of the detail’ by Greg Lynn, the architectural detail is now more lifelike and active than ever before. In this era of digital design and production technologies, new materials, parametrics, building information modeling (BIM), augmented realities, and the nano-bio-information-computation consilience, the detail is now an increasingly vital force in architecture. This issue of AD re-examines the history, theories, and design of the world’s most significant spatial details, and explores their innovative potentials and possibilities for the future of architecture. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Histories, Theories and Futures of the Details of Architecture. The Grand Work of Fiction: The Detail as Narrative. Details Around the Corner, Tectonic Articulation: Making Engineering Logics Speak. Future Details of UNStudio Architectures: An Interview with Ben van Berkel. Close Up. Un détail de ce qui change: Function of a Function. Future Landscapes of Spatial Details: An Interview with Philippe Rahm. The Rise of the ‘Invisible Detail’: Ubiquitous Computing and the ‘Minimum Meaningful’. Information, Complexity and the Detail. Growing Details. DNA disPlay: Programmable Bioactive Materials Using CNC Patterning. The Post-Epistemological Details of Oceanic Ontologies. Detailing the Walled Garden for Lebbeus. The Gold Mine: A Ludic Architecture. Counterpoint: The Architectural Detail and the Fear of Commitment.

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Touching the City

Touching the City: Thoughts on Urban Scale, AD Primer

Empathic Space: The Computation of HumanCentric Architecture AD

Timothy Makower

Christian Derix, Asmund Izaki

978-1-118-73772-9 • October 2014

978-1-118-61348-1 • September 2014

Scale in cities is relative and absolute. It has the ability to make us feel Thoughts on at home in the world or alien from Urban Scale it; connected or disconnected. Both large and small scale in cities can be TIMOTHY MAKOWER beautiful; both are right, neither is wrong. Travelling from Detroit to Chandigarh, via New York, London, Paris, Rome, and Doha, Touching the City explores how scale is manifested in cities, exploring scale in buildings, in the space between them, and in their details. It asks how scale makes a difference.

In recent years, questions of space have gained renewed momentum in architecture and urban design as adaptation, densification and sustainable regeneration have become an increasing priority. This issue of AD explores how, over the last decade, a new generation of design research has emerged that has started to implement and validate previous investigations into spatial computation, aiming to understand how to design spatial configurations based on user experiences. TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword: Scaling the XXL—Kees Christiaanse. Introduction. 1: On Scale and Size. 2: On Scale and Movement. 3: On Scale and Edges. 4: On Scale and Grain.” 5: On Scale and Form 6: On Scale, Skeletons and Surface 7: On Scale and Detail. Conclusion: From Nature.

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EDITORIAL (Helen Castle). ABOUT THE GUEST-EDITORS (Christian Derix and Åsmund Izaki). SPOTLIGHT Visual highlights of the issue. INTRODUCTION The Space of People in Computation (Christian Derix). HEURISTIC GENERATION. Generative Design Methods and the Exploration of Worlds of Formal Possibility (Philip Steadman). The Deep Structure of the Picturesque (Paul Coates and Christian Derix). Crafting Space: Generative Processes of Architectural Configurations (Kazuhiro Kojima). Solutions You Cannot Draw (Markus Braach). INTERACTIONS IN THE FIELD. Embracing the Creativity of Stigmergy in Social Insects (Guy Theraulaz). Block/Tower: A Vertical Landscape in Midtown Manhattan (Stan Allen and Rafi Segal). Programs as Paradigms (Pablo Miranda Carranza). COGNITIVE CONDITIONS. Spatial Cognition and Architectural Space: Research Perspectives (Daniel R Montello). Empathic Imagination: Formal and Experiential Projection (Juhani Pallasmaa). The Future is Curved (Olafur Eliasson). The Aura of the Digital (Jussi Ängeslevä). EXPERIENTIAL TYPOLOGIES. The Generic City and its Origins (Bill Hillier). Polyvalence: The Competence of Form and Space with Regard to Different Interpretations (Herman Hertzberger). Encoding User Experiences (Åsmund Izaki and Lucy Helme). FUTURE FORWARD. New Curricula: Syntonic Systems (Christian Derix and Åsmund Izaki). Near Futures: Associative Archetypes (Christian Derix and Prarthana Jagannath). COUNTERPOINT. How Can Code be Used to Address Spatiality in Architecture? (Leon van Schaik). CONTRIBUTORS.

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Drawing Architecture AD Neil Spiller 978-1-118-41879-6 • September 2013

Drawing Architecture AD presents an international survey of the most exquisite architectural drawings of the last few years. It features both relatively unknown practitioners as well as well-known designers. Contributors include Pascal Bronner, Bryan Cantley, Nic Clear, Peter Cook, Mark Garcia, Nancy Wolf, and Mas Yendo, among others. The book discusses drawing in relation to such core topics as its relationship to film and animation, historical context, narrative, ornament, structure and technique, and hand drawing’s continued role in design. TABLE OF CONTENTS EDITORIAL, ABOUT THE GUEST EDITOR, SPOTLIGHT, INTRODUCTION, Architectural Drawing: Grasping for the fifth Dimension, All Night Long: The Architectural Jazz of the Texas Rangers, Emerging Technologies and Drawings: The Futures of Images in Architectural Design, Two Sides of the Page: The Antifact and the Artefact, New Malacovia, AVATAR: Nothing is Impossible, A World Below, A Two-Speed Landscape: The Reforestation of the Thames Estuary, Drawing Time, Looking and Drawing, Augmented Landscapes and Delicate Machinery, Plug-In, Clip-On, Tune-Up: A Throwaway Architecture with Optional Extras, London Short Stories: Drawing Narratives, Dragons Adrift: The New Chinese Landscape, The Poetics of the Island of Vessels, Bildungsroman Series: Architectural Daring for the 21st Century, Could Architectural Drawings Save Us From Political Bankruptcy?, COUNTERPOINT, CONTRIBUTORS.

The Eyes of the Skin: Architecture and the Senses, Third Edition Juhani Pallasmaa 978-1-119-94128-6 • May 2012

For every student studying Pallasmaa’s classic text for the first time, The Eyes of the Skin is a revelation. It compellingly provides a totally fresh insight into architectural culture. This Third Edition meets readers’ desire for a further understanding of the context of Pallasmaa’s thinking by providing a new essay by architectural author and educator Peter MacKeith. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword. Thin Ice by Steven Holl. Introduction. Touching the World by Juhani Pallasmaa. PART I: Vision and Knowledge. Critics of Ocularcentrism. The Narcissistic and Nihilistic Eye. Oral versus Visual Space. Retinal Architecture and the Loss of Plasticity. An Architecture of Visual Images. Materiality and Time. The Rejection of Alberti’s Window. A New Vision and Sensory Balance. PART II: The Body in the Centre. Multi-Sensory Experience. The Significance of the Shadow 50. Acoustic Intimacy. Silence, Time, and Solitude. Spaces of Scent. The Shape of Touch. The Taste of Stone. Images of Muscle and Bone. Images of Action. Bodily Identification. Mimesis of the Body. Spaces of Memory and Imagination. An Architecture of the Senses. The Task of Architecture. A Door Handle, A Handshake: An Introduction to Juhani Pallasmaa and His Work by Peter MacKeith. Notes. Index. Picture Credits.

The Diagrams of Architecture: AD Reader Mark Garcia 978-0-470-51945-5 • February 2010

Spanning the pre-historic to the parametric, The Diagrams of Architecture illustrates over 250 diagrams and brings together twenty-six previously published and newly commissioned essays from leading international academics, architects, theorists and professional experts. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Diagrams. Introduction: Histories and Theories of the Diagrams of Architecture (Mark Garcia). PART I: Histories and Theories of the Diagrams of Architecture. PART III: Architects of the Diagrams of Architecture. PART IV: Diagrams. Architectural Evolution: The Pulsations of Time (Charles Jencks). Epilogue: A Beginning of Other Diagrams of Architecture and the Futures of the Diagrams of Architecture (Mark Garcia). Select Bibliography. Index.

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Drawing and Reinventing Landscape, AD Primer

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Drawing and Reinventing Landscape DIANA BALMORI

978-1-119-96702-6 • 2014

Representation is a hot topic in landscape architecture. While computerization has been a catalyst for change across many fields in design, no other design field has experienced such drastic reinvention as has landscape architecture. As the world urbanizes rapidly and our relationship with nature changes, it is vitally important that landscape designers adopt innovative forms of representation—whether digital, analog, or hybrid.

In this book, author Diana Balmori explores notions of representation in the discipline at large and across time. She takes readers from landscape design’s roots in seventeenth-century France and eighteenth-century England through to modern attempts at representation made by contemporary landscape artists. TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword by Michel Conan. Introduction. 1. The Contemporary Reinvention of Landscape Architecture and Its Representation. 2. The Pleasure of Drawing. 3. Notebooks, Early Sketches, and Late Drawings. 4. Contemporary Landscape Architects and Landscape Artists Landscape Urbanism. Bernard Lassus. Patricia Johanson. Richard Haag (Rich Haag Associates). Stig L Andersson (SLA). Lawrence Halprin (Lawrence Halprin and Associates). Diana Balmori (Balmori Associates). 5 Historical Issues in Landscape Architecture. Representation. Drawing and Painting. Representation of Representation. Representation of Space. Integrated Drawings. Representation of Time. 6. Contemporary Issues Deriving from Change. COMPUTING and HYBRIDIZING. ARCADIA, from a fixed to a changing Arcadia.

Urban Design Ecologies: AD Reader Brian McGrath, Columbia University, USA 978-0-470-974056• January 2013

The discipline of urban design is undergoing a rapid expansion and realignment. It is experiencing a shift from a profession dominated by architects and planners directed at urban development to a more expansive set of practices engaging new forms of social and environmental ecologies as cities worldwide adapt to economic restructuring, mass migrations, and climate change. Bringing together classic and new texts from the last 40 years, this AD Reader focuses attention on the critical tools needed to understand how cities have been designed and constructed and then changed over time. This book brings together key articles that point the way forward for reconciling the often conflicting concerns of urbanism and environmentalism. Twenty-three texts are organised into four distinct sections, covering metropolitan architecture, the sprawling megalopolis, the megacity and the recently emerging metacity. TABLE OF CONTENTS FROM THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE CITY TO METROPOLITAN ARCHITECTURE. The Architecture of the City. Collage City. Cities Within the City. Chicago à la Carte. Life in the Metropolis or The Culture of Congestion. The Making of Hong Kong. MEGALOPOLIS: THE NATURE OF SPRAWL. The Territory of Architecture. Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies. Learning From Las Vegas. An Urbanism of Reform. Mega Urban Ecologies. Ecology of the City: A Perspective from Science. THE MEGACITY. People as Infrastructure: Intersecting Fragments in Johannesburg. Bangkok: The Architecture of Three Ecologies. Sustainable Megacity Visions from São Paulo. Frugality and Urban Life. Design, Sustainability, and the Global City. THE METACITY. Situationist Space. The Manhattan Transcripts. The Fragmented Metropolis. Designing Ecological Heterogeneity. The Elementary City. Made in Tokyo.

Experimental Green Strategies: Redefining Ecological Design Research— Architectural Design Terri Peters 978-0-470-68979-0 • December 2011

This text offers insights into how a wide range of established and emerging practices are rising to meet the challenge of designing sustainable buildings for a global market. In pursuit of integrated sustainability and low-energy building, material and formal innovation, and new tools and technologies, it illustrates that the future of architecture is evolving in an exchange of ideas across disciplines. Incorporating the creation of new knowledge about ecological building within the profession, it also identifies the emergence of a collective will to seek out new routes that build in harmony with the environment. TABLE OF CONTENTS Editorial. About the Guest-Editor. Spotlight. Introduction. Designing at t+n. Driving and Ecological Agenda with Project-Led Research. Feedback Architecture. Nature as Measure. Returning Genius to the Place. Recyclicity. Adaptive Strategies for an Ecological Architecture. GXN: Building Networks for Collaborative Research on Materials in Architecture. Learning From Nature. Simulation and the Future of Design Tools for Ecological Research. Towards a New Relationship with Nature. BIO SKIN: Urban Cooling Facade. Gardens by the Bay. 10 Design: Beyond Neutrality. The Adaptive Building Initiative. Ecology Beyond Buildings—Performance-Based Consumption and Zero-Energy Research. Counterpoint.

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COMPUTER-AIDED DR AFTING/DESIGN AUTO C A D AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials

AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required

Scott Onstott

Donnie Gladfelter

978-1-118-87124-9 • April 2014

978-1-118-86229-2 • June 2014

AutoCAD 2015 Essentials contains 400 pages of full-color, comprehensive instruction on the world’s top drafting and architecture software. This 2015 edition features architectural, manufacturing, and landscape architecture examples. And like previous editions, the detailed guide introduces core concepts using interactive tutorials and open-ended projects, that can be completed in any order, thanks to downloadable data sets (an especially useful feature for students studying for Autodesk AutoCAD certification). TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Getting Started. 2. Basic Drawing Skills. 3. Using Drawing Aids. 4. Editing Entities. 5. Shaping Curves. 6. Controlling Object Visibility and Appearance. 7. Organizing Objects. 9. Working with Blocks and Xrefs. 10. Creating and Editing Text. 11. Dimensioning. 12. Keeping In Control with Constraints. 13. Working with Layouts and Annotative Objects. 14. Printing and Plotting. 15. Working with Data. 16. Navigating 3D Models. 17. Modeling in 3D. 18. Presenting and Documenting 3D Design.

This Autodesk Official Press book provides students with concise explanations, focused examples, and step-by-step instructions through a hands-on tutorial project that runs throughout the book. As students progress through the project, the book introduces them to the Microsoft Windows-based AutoCAD interface and then guides them through basic commands and creating drawings. A downloadable file is available from the website so that students can compare their work to the author’s, and if necessary, start fresh with an intact drawing. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Getting to Know AutoCAD for Windows. 2. Learning Basic Commands to Get Started. 3. Setting Up a Drawing. 4. Developing Drawing Strategies: Part 1. 5. Developing Drawing Strategies: Part 2. 6. Using Layers to Organize Your Drawing. 7. Combining Objects into Blocks. 8. Controlling Text in a Drawing. 9. Using Dynamic Blocks and Tables. 10. Generating Elevations. 11. Working with Hatches, Gradients, and Tool Palettes. 12. Dimensioning a Drawing. 13. Managing External References. 14. Using Layouts to Set Up a Print. 15. Printing a Drawing. 16. Creating 3D Geometry. 17. Rendering and Materials.

Mastering AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 George Omura, Brian C. Benton 978-1-118-86208-7 • May 2014

This Autodesk Official Press book employs concise explanations, focused examples, step-by-step instructions, and hands-on projects to help students master both AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT. This detailed guide works well as both a tutorial and stand-alone reference, and is the perfect resource regardless of a student’s level of expertise. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Exploring the Interface. 2. Creating Your First Drawing. 3. Setting Up and Using the Drafting Tools. 4. Organizing Objects with Blocks and Groups. 5. Keeping Track of Layers and Blocks. 6. Editing and Reusing Data to Work Efficiently. 7. Mastering Viewing Tools, Hatches, and External References. 8. Introducing Printing, Plotting, and Layouts. 9. Adding Text to Drawings. 10. Using Fields and Tables. 11. Using Dimensions. 12. Using Attributes. 13. Copying Existing Drawings from Other Sources. 14. Advanced Editing and Organizing. 15. Laying Out Your Printer Output. 16. Making “Smart” Drawings with Parametric Tools. 17. Using Dynamic Blocks. 18. Drawing Curves. 19. Getting and Exchanging Data from Drawings. 20. Creating 3D Drawings. 21. Using Advanced 3D Features. 22. Editing and Visualizing 3D Solids. 23. Exploring 3D Mesh and Surface Modeling. 24. Customizing Toolbars, Menus, Linetypes, and Hatch Patterns. 25. Managing and Sharing Your Drawings.

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COMPUTER-AIDED DR AFTING/DESIGN REVIT ARCHITECTURE Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Essentials

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: No Experience Required

Ryan Duell, Tobias Hathorn, Tessa Reist Hathorn

Eric Wing 978-1-118-86215-5 • June 2014

978-1-118-87095-2 • June 2014

This detailed introduction to Revit Architecture features straightforward explanations and real-world, handson tutorials to teach students the software’s core features and functions. Presented in the context of real-world workflows, and using real-world projects, each chapter contains a discussion of the “why” and “how” that is reinforced with a step-by-step tutorial so students will gain practical and applicable experience with the core features of Revit Architecture. The new pedagogical approach emphasizes learning skills to help students prepare for the Revit certification exams. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introducing the Autodesk Revit Architecture Interface. 2. Walls and Curtain Walls. 3. Floors, Roofs, and Ceilings. 4. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings. 5. Adding Families. 6. Modifying Families. 7. Schematic Design. 8. Rooms and Color Fill Plans. 9. Materials, Visualization, Rendering. 10. Worksharing. 11. Details and Annotations. 12. Drawing Sets. 13. Workflow and Site Modeling. 14. Repeating Objects, Best Practices, and Quick Tips

This Autodesk Official Press book shows students how to build a fourstory office building one step at a time, providing them with real-world practice they might expect to encounter on the job. Concise explanations, focused examples, step-by-step instructions, and an engaging hands-on tutorial make this book the perfect way to learn Revit Architecture. In addition, students can download starting files for each chapter from the website in order to compare their work to the author’s, or start fresh with any chapter in the book. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. The Autodesk Revit World. 2. Creating a Model. 3. Creating Views. 4. Working with the Autodesk Revit Tools. 5. Dimensioning and Annotating. 6. Floors. 7. Roofs. 8. Structural Items. 9. Ceilings and Interiors. 10. Stairs, Ramps, and Railings. 11. Schedules and Tags. 12. Detailing. 13. Creating Specific Views and Match Lines. 14. Creating Sheets and Printing. 15. Creating Rooms and Area Plans. 16. Advanced Wall Topics. 17. Creating Families. 18. Site and Topography. 19. Rendering and Presentation. 20. Importing and Coordinating Models. 21. Phasing and Design Options. 22. Project Collaboration.

Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Eddy Krygiel, James Vandezande 978-1-118-86285-8 • June 2014

Responding to instructor feedback, the expert author team has updated and refreshed the book’s content to make it even more useful, complete, and approachable. Mastering Revit Architecture is organized by real-world workflows and features detailed explanations, interesting real-world examples, and practical tutorials to help students understand Revit and BIM concepts so that they can quickly start accomplishing vital Revit tasks. TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1. Introduction: The Basics of BIM. 2. Applying the Principles of the User Interface and Project Organization. 3. The Basics of the Toolbox. 4. Configuring Templates and Standards. 5. Working in a Team. 6. Working with Consultants. 7. Interoperability: Working Multiplatform. 8. Advanced Modeling and Massing. 9. Conceptual Design and Design Analysis. 10. Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options. 11. Visualization. 12. Creating Walls and Curtain Walls. 13. Modeling Floors, Ceilings, and Roofs. 14. Designing with the Family Editor. 15. Creating Stairs and Railings. 16. Detailing Your Design. 17. Documenting Your Design. 18. Annotating Your Design. 19. Working in the Construction Phase. 20. Presenting Your Design. 21. Working with Point Clouds.

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COMPUTER-AIDED DR AFTING/DESIGN BIM

SECOND EDITION

BIM Handbook A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors

BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors, 2nd Edition Chuck Eastman, Paul Teicholz, Rafael Sacks, Kathleen Liston 978-0-470-54137-1 • April 2011

Francois Levy

IN SMALL-SCALE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

978-0-470-59089-8 • November 2011

Though they are rarely addressed in the same book, building information modeling (BIM) and sustainable design have a lot in common. Complete with coverage of integrated design and other NAAB APR requirements, BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design is a must-have resource for architects, engineers, students, and construction professionals involved in sustainable design projects. FRANÇOIS LÉVY

CHUCK EASTMAN • PAUL TEICHOLZ • RAFAEL SACKS • KATHLEEN LISTON

The BIM Handbook presents the technology and processes behind BIM to aid architects, engineers, contractors, and sub-contractors, construction, and facility owners (AECO). It combines in-depth technical background, discusses the business processes of each of the major professional groups in AECO, and offers guidelines for assessment, adoption, and use. It includes real-world case studies identifying both the benefits and successes of BIM, and study questions for professionals, educators, and students to engage in discussions about the many issues with respect to implementing and transitioning to BIM. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: BIM Handbook Introduction. Chapter 2: BIM Design Tools and Parametric Modeling. Chapter 3: Interoperability. Chapter 4: BIM for Owners and Facility Managers. Chapter 5: BIM for Architects and Engineers. Chapter 6: BIM for the Construction Industry. Chapter 7: BIM for Subcontractors and Fabricators. Chapter 8: The Future: Building with BIM. Chapter 9: BIM Case Studies.

BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design

Robert S. Weygant 978-0-470-58357-9 • April 2011

Providing the means and methods for effective content creation, BIM Content Development offers sound guidance for graphic ROBERT S. WEYGANT standards and data management solutions to maximize the ability of professionals to operate on any BIM software platform—and shows how to strengthen the decision-making process to unleash powerful tools for modeling a building’s informational profile. Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments. Introduction. 1: BIM and Sustainable Design. 2: Design Software. 3: Site Analysis 4:Massing Analysis. 5: Solar Geometry and Daylighting. 6: Passive Cooling. 7: Passive Heating. 8: Onsite Energy Systems. 9: Building Hydrology. 10: Materials and Waste. 11: Collaboration. Afterword. Bibliography and References. Index.

Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice Karen Kensek, Douglas Noble 978-1-118-76630-9 • June 2014

With its emphasis on continuing advances in BIM research, teaching, and practice, Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice encourages readers to transform disruption to opportunity and challenges them to reconsider their preconceptions about BIM. Karen Kensek has gathered over 29 international thought-leaders and brought them together to discuss how BIM would look in the future. This book captures the thinking of professors from well-known universities such as Stanford University, Yale, Texas A&M, and professionals from Autodesk, Gehry Technologies, and NBBJ on how BIM is used now and how it can be used in future practice. TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1: Design Thinking and BIM. PART 2: BIM Analytics. PART 3: Comprehensive BIM. PART 4: Reasoning with BIM. PART 5 Professional BIM. PART 6: BIM Speculation.

Introduction. PART I: Getting Started. Chapter 1: The Mental Transition to Building Information Modeling. Chapter 2: Content Heirarchy. Chapter 3: Understanding Parameters, Attributes, and Constraints. Chapter 4: Standards and Formats. Chapter 5: Where to Begin. PART II: BIM Content Basics. Chapter 6: Basic Modeling Considerations. Chapter 7: Creation and Management of Materials. Chapter 8: CAD Imports and Nonparametric Objects. Chapter 9: BIM Data: The I in BIM. Chapter 10: Quality Control. Chapter 11: Knowledge Management. Chapter 12: BIM Data and Specifications. PART III: BIM Content Types. Chapter 13: Walls. Chapter 14: Roofs. Chapter 15: Floors and Ceilings. Chapter 16: Windows and Skylights. Chapter 17: Doors. Chapter 18: Stairs and Railings. Chapter 19: Curtain Walls and Storefronts. Chapter 20: Fixtures and Fittings. Chapter 21: Lighting. Chapter 22: Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Components. Chapter 23: Site and Landscape Components. Chapter 24: Detailing and Annotations. Chapter 25: Constellations. Appendix A: Omniclass Table. Index.

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COMPUTER-AIDED DR AFTING/DESIGN SKETCHUP Architectural Design with SketchUp: Component-Based Modeling, Plugins, Rendering, and Scripting Alexander C. Schreyer 978-1-118-12309-6 • December 2012

SketchUp is the tool of choice for architects, interior designers, and construction professionals. Though the basics are simple to understand, getting the most out of it requires deeper instruction and guidance. Architectural Design with SketchUp uses easy-to-understand tutorials to describe both common and advanced process, illustrated throughout with full-color renderings. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction. Chapter 2: A SketchUp Refresher. Lets Get Started! Chapter 3: Using SketchUp to Inform Your Designs Group. Chapter 4: Using Plugins Effectively. Chapter 5: The Magic of Styles. Chapter 6: Creating Geometry Using Ruby Scripting. Appendix A: SketchUp Quick Reference Cards. Appendix B: Ruby Class and Method Reference. Appendix C: SketchUp API Class and Method Reference.Appendix D: Creating Your Own Plugins. Appendix E: Dynamic Component Function Reference.

3D PRINTING Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing Hod Lipson, Melba Kurman 978-1-118-35063-8 • February 2013

Fabricated tells the story of 3D printers and the emerging world of printable products. Guided by an electronic design file, 3D printers lay down layers of raw material to “print” out a physical object. With today’s mind-boggling digital technologies and the Internet, 3D printing promises an explosion of technological innovation. Based on hundreds of hours of research and dozens of interviews with experts from a broad range of industries, Fabricated offers students an informative, engaging, and fast-paced introduction to 3D printing now and in the future. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chapter 1: Everything Is Becoming Science Fiction. Chapter 2: A Machine That Can Make Almost Anything. Chapter 3: Nimble Manufacturing: Good, Fast, and Cheap. Chapter 4: Tomorrow’s Economy of Printable Products. Chapter 5: Printing in Layers. Chapter 6: Design Software, the Digital Canvas. Chapter 7: Bioprinting in “Living Ink.” Chapter 8: Digital Cuisine. Chapter 9: A Factory in the Classroom. Chapter 10: Unleashing a New Aesthetic. Chapter 11: Green, Clean Manufacturing. Chapter 12: Ownership, Safety, and New Legal Frontiers. Chapter 13: Designing the Future. Chapter 14: The Next Episode of 3D Printing.

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About IFMA

International Facility Management Association

IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international association for professional facility managers, supporting more than 22,655 members in 78 countries. Formed in 1980, IFMA certifies facility managers, conducts research, provides educational programs, recognizes facility management certificate programs, and produces World Workplace, the world’s largest facility management conference and exposition.

Technology for Facility Managers: The Impact of Cutting-Edge Technology on Facility Management Eric Teicholz, Editor 978-1-118-38283-7 • October 2012

Appropriate as a textbook for IFMA Accredited Degree Programs or as a resource for professionals studying for certification through IFMA, this book presents the cutting-edge technology that facility managers will encounter during their careers.

BIM for Facility Managers Paul Teicholz, Editor 978-1-118-38281-3 • March 2013

An indispensable resource for facility managers, building owners, and developers alike, this book uses six real-life projects to explain how BIM can be linked to facility management systems to achieve significant life-cycle advantages.

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A Agnew / Mathematics for the Green Industry: Essential Calculations for Horticulture and Landscape Professionals ..............................................................51 Allen / Architectural Detailing: Function – Constructibility – Aesthetics, Second Edition ...........................................................................................................15 Allen / Exercises in Building Construction, Sixth Edition ................................................................................................................................................................17 Allen / Form and Forces: Designing Efficient, Expressive Structures ............................................................................................................................................24 Allen / Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, Sixth Edition ..............................................................................................................17 Allen / Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition ..................................................................................................................................................21 Allen / The Architect’s Studio Companion: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design, Fifth Edition .............................................................................................13 Allison / Historic Preservation and the Livable City .........................................................................................................................................................................40 Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods / Elizabeth .........................................................................................................................22 Ambrose / Building Structures, Third Edition ..................................................................................................................................................................................23 Ambrose / Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition ...........................................................................................................................................25 Ambrose / Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition ..................................................................................................................................................24 Ambrose / Simplified Design of Wood Structures, Sixth Edition ...................................................................................................................................................24 Ambrose / Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, Eleventh Edition ........................................................................................................................24 American Institute of Architects / The Architecture Student’s Handbook of Professional Practice, Fourteenth Edition ..........................................................46 American Planning Association / Planning and Urban Design Standards, Student Edition ........................................................................................................42 Applying the ADA: Designing for the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design in Multiple Building Types / Rhoads ...........16 Architect’s Brain, The: Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture / Mallgrave ............................................................................................................................30 Architect’s Studio Companion, The: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design, Fifth Edition / Allen ............................................................................................13 Architectural Acoustics Illustrated / Ermann ....................................................................................................................................................................................27 Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas / Stubbs .................................................................................................................................................39 Architectural Design with SketchUp: Component-Based Modeling, Plugins, Rendering, and Scripting / Schreyer.................................................................62 Architectural Detailing: Function – Constructibility – Aesthetics, Second Edition / Allen ...........................................................................................................15 Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, Fourth Edition / Yee ......................................................................................................11 Architectural Graphic Standards: Student Edition, An Abridgment of the Eleventh Edition / Ramsey......................................................................................14 Architectural Graphics, Fifth Edition / Ching .....................................................................................................................................................................................8 Architectural Lighting Design, Third Edition / Steffy .......................................................................................................................................................................28 Architectural Research Methods, Second Edition / Wang ..............................................................................................................................................................45 Architecture of First Societies: A Global Perspective / Jarzombek ................................................................................................................................................12 Architecture of Transgression, The / Sara .........................................................................................................................................................................................54 Architecture Student’s Handbook of Professional Practice, The, Fourteenth Edition / American Institute of Architects .........................................................46 Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, Fourth Edition / Ching ........................................................................................................................................................9 AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials / Onstott ...........................................................................................................................................................59 AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required / Gladfelter .............................................................................................................................59 Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Essentials / Duell .......................................................................................................................................................................60 Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: No Experience Required / Wing.............................................................................................................................................60

B Balmori / Drawing and Reinventing Landscape, AD Primer ...........................................................................................................................................................58 Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, Sixth Edition / Montague ...................................................................................................................................10 Bayer / Becoming an Urban Planner: A Guide to Careers in Planning and Urban Design ..........................................................................................................41 Becoming a Landscape Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design / Foster ...................................................................................................................................35 Becoming an Architect, Third Edition / Waldrep ...............................................................................................................................................................................8 Becoming an Urban Planner: A Guide to Careers in Planning and Urban Design / Bayer ..........................................................................................................41 BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices / Weygant .....................................................................................................................61 BIM Design: Realising the Creative Potential of Building Information Modeling / Garber .........................................................................................................52 BIM for Facility Managers ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................63 BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors, Second Edition / Eastman .........61 BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design / Levy .................................................................................................................................................................................61 Booth / Foundations of Landscape Architecture: Integrating Form and Space Using the Language of Site Design ...............................................................34

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Borden / Forty Ways to Think About Architecture: Architectural History and Theory Today ......................................................................................................29 Borden / Material Precedent: The Typology of Modern Tectonics ................................................................................................................................................14 Bradshaw / The Building Environment: Active and Passive Control Systems, Third Edition .......................................................................................................27 Brown / A Companion to Asian Art and Architecture .....................................................................................................................................................................12 Brown / Sun, Wind & Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition............................................................................................................................27, 47 Brown / Urban Design for an Urban Century: Shaping More Livable, Equitable, and Resilient Cities, Second Edition ...........................................................38 Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, Fourth Edition / Ching ..........................................................16 Building Construction Illustrated, Fifth Edition / Ching ..................................................................................................................................................................21 Building Environment, The: Active and Passive Control Systems, Third Edition / Bradshaw ......................................................................................................27 Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice / Kensek.............................................................................................................................61 Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design / Ching ........................................................................................................................................23 Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design, Second Edition / Ching ............................................................................................................22 Building Structures, Third Edition / Ambrose ..................................................................................................................................................................................23 Built Environment, The: A Collaborative Inquiry into Design and Planning, Second Edition / McClure ......................................................................................8 Burns / Recording Historic Structures, Second Edition ...................................................................................................................................................................38

C Calkins / Materials for Sustainable Sites: A Complete Guide to the Evaluation, Selection, and Use of Sustainable Construction Materials ..................37, 48 Calkins / The Sustainable Sites Handbook: A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies, and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes ..............33, 47 Cantrell / Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Contemporary Techniques and Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design, Second Edition .......31 Cantrell / Modeling the Environment: Techniques and Tools for the 3D Illustration of Dynamic Landscapes ..........................................................................33 Carroon / Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings .................................................................................................................................................39 Ching / A Global History of Architecture, Second Edition .............................................................................................................................................................12 Ching / A Visual Dictionary of Architecture, Second Edition ............................................................................................................................................................7 Ching / Architectural Graphics, Fifth Edition .....................................................................................................................................................................................8 Ching / Architecture: Form, Space, and Order, Fourth Edition ........................................................................................................................................................9 Ching / Building Codes Illustrated: A Guide to Understanding the 2012 International Building Code, Fourth Edition ..........................................................16 Ching / Building Construction Illustrated, Fifth Edition ..................................................................................................................................................................21 Ching / Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design ........................................................................................................................................23 Ching / Building Structures Illustrated: Patterns, Systems, and Design, Second Edition ............................................................................................................22 Ching / Design Drawing, Second Edition.........................................................................................................................................................................................11 Ching / Drawing: A Creative Process ................................................................................................................................................................................................10 Ching / Green Building Illustrated ....................................................................................................................................................................................................47 Ching / Introduction to Architecture...................................................................................................................................................................................................7 Christians / Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management, Fourth Edition ..........................................................................................................................................51 Christians / The Mathematics of Turfgrass Maintenance, Fourth Edition ......................................................................................................................................51 City as a Tangled Bank, The: Urban Design vs Urban Evolution, AD Primer / Farrell ...................................................................................................................53 Clark / Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis, Fourth Edition .........................................................................................30 Clough / Construction Contracting: A Practical Guide to Company Management, Eighth Edition...........................................................................................20 Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, Third Edition / Doyle .......................10 Communicating the New: Methods to Shape and Accelerate Innovation / Erwin .......................................................................................................................45 Companion to Asian Art and Architecture, A / Brown ....................................................................................................................................................................12 Compositions in Architecture / Hanlon ..............................................................................................................................................................................................8 Construction Contracting: A Practical Guide to Company Management, Eighth Edition / Clough...........................................................................................20 Construction Project Management, Sixth Edition / Sears ...............................................................................................................................................................20 Construction Project Safety / Schaufelberger ..................................................................................................................................................................................19 Construction Project Scheduling and Control, Third Edition / Mubarak .......................................................................................................................................20 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide.....................................................................................44 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide .....................................................................................43 Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide ......................................................................................................44 Construction Specifications 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Construction Specifications Institute / The CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide .....................................................................................43 Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, Sixth Edition / Rosen ..............................................................................................................14 Context: Architecture and the Genius of Place / Parry....................................................................................................................................................................53 Cook / Drawing: The Motive Force of Architecture, AD Primer, Second Edition .........................................................................................................................52 Cook / Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintenance ......................................................................................................35, 48 Cooper / Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, Fourth Edition .................................................................10 Cottrell / Guide to the LEED AP Building Design and Construction (BD&C) Exam .....................................................................................................................50 Cottrell / Guide to the LEED AP Homes Exam ................................................................................................................................................................................49 Cottrell / Guide to the LEED AP Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) Exam ........................................................................................................................49 Cottrell / Guide to the LEED AP Operations and Maintenance (O+M) Exam ..............................................................................................................................49 Cottrell / Guide to the LEED Green Associate V4 Exam .................................................................................................................................................................49 Coyle / Sustainable and Resilient Communities: A Comprehensive Action Plan for Towns, Cities, and Regions ...............................................................39, 48 Crowe / Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition.............................................................................................................................................11 CSI Construction Contract Administration Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute....................................................................................44 CSI Construction Product Representation Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute ....................................................................................43 CSI Construction Specifications Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute .....................................................................................................44 CSI Project Delivery Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute .........................................................................................................................44 CSI Sustainable Design and Construction Practice Guide, The / Construction Specifications Institute ....................................................................................43

D Dabby / Structure for Architects: A Primer .......................................................................................................................................................................................25 Del Pico / Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth Edition ...............................................................................................................................................................21 DelPico / Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction ..................................................................................................................................19 Deming / Landscape Architectural Research: Inquiry, Strategy, Design ........................................................................................................................................33 Denison / Luke Him Sau, Architect: China’s Missing Modern.........................................................................................................................................................29 Derix / Empathic Space: The Computation of Human- Centric Architecture AD .........................................................................................................................56 Design Drawing, Second Edition / Ching.........................................................................................................................................................................................11 Designing for the Third Age: Architecture Redefined for a Generation of “Active Agers” AD / Farrelly ..................................................................................55 Designing Rainwater Harvesting: Integrating Rainwater into Building Systems / Novak ............................................................................................................31 Designing the Sustainable Site: Integrated Design Strategies for Small Scale Sites and Residential Landscapes / Venhaus ...........................................34, 47 Designing with Models: A Studio Guide to Architectural Process Models, Third Edition / Mills ..................................................................................................7 Detailing for Landscape Architects: Aesthetics, Function, Constructibility / Ryan .......................................................................................................................34 Diagrams of Architecture, The: AD Reader / Garcia .......................................................................................................................................................................57 Digital Drawing for Landscape Architecture: Contemporary Techniques and Tools for Digital Representation in Site Design, Second Edition / Cantrell .......31 Dinep / Sustainable Site Design: Criteria, Process, and Case Studies for Integrating Site and Region in Landscape Design ..........................................36, 50 Dobbins / Urban Design and People................................................................................................................................................................................................41 Doyle / Color Drawing: Design Drawing Skills and Techniques for Architects, Landscape Architects, and Interior Designers, Third Edition .......................10 Drawing and Perceiving: Real-World Drawing for Students of Architecture and Design, Fourth Edition / Cooper .................................................................10 Drawing and Reinventing Landscape, AD Primer / Balmori ...........................................................................................................................................................58 Drawing Architecture AD / Spiller .....................................................................................................................................................................................................57 Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, Second Edition / Leggitt.............................................................................10 Drawing the Landscape, Fourth Edition / Sullivan...........................................................................................................................................................................32 Drawing: A Creative Process / Ching ................................................................................................................................................................................................10 Drawing: The Motive Force of Architecture, AD Primer, Second Edition / Cook .........................................................................................................................52 Duell / Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 Essentials .......................................................................................................................................................................60 Dunham-Jones / Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs, Updated Edition .........................................................................42

E Eastman / BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors, Second Edition ......61 Eckler / Language of Space and Form: Generative Terms for Architecture ..................................................................................................................................13 Electrical Estimating Methods, Fourth Edition / Del Pico ...............................................................................................................................................................21

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Elizabeth / Alternative Construction: Contemporary Natural Building Methods .........................................................................................................................22 Embodied Image, The: Imagination and Imagery in Architecture / Pallasmaa ............................................................................................................................30 Empathic Space: The Computation of Human- Centric Architecture AD / Derix .........................................................................................................................56 Environmental Issues for Architecture / Smith .................................................................................................................................................................................28 Ermann / Architectural Acoustics Illustrated ....................................................................................................................................................................................27 Erwin / Communicating the New: Methods to Shape and Accelerate Innovation .......................................................................................................................45 Exercises in Building Construction, Sixth Edition / Allen ................................................................................................................................................................17 Experimental Green Strategies: Redefining Ecological Design Research—Architectural Design / Peters ................................................................................58 Eyes of the Skin, The: Architecture and the Senses, Third Edition / Pallasmaa ............................................................................................................................57

F Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing / Lipson .......................................................................................................................................................................62 Farr / Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature ..........................................................................................................................................................42, 48 Farrell / The City as a Tangled Bank: Urban Design vs Urban Evolution, AD Primer ....................................................................................................................53 Farrelly / Designing for the Third Age: Architecture Redefined for a Generation of “Active Agers” AD ..................................................................................55 Firley / The Urban Housing Handbook .............................................................................................................................................................................................41 Firley / The Urban Towers Handbook ...............................................................................................................................................................................................41 Form and Forces: Designing Efficient, Expressive Structures / Allen ............................................................................................................................................24 Forty Ways to Think About Architecture: Architectural History and Theory Today / Borden ......................................................................................................29 Foster / Becoming a Landscape Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design ...................................................................................................................................35 Foundations of Landscape Architecture: Integrating Form and Space Using the Language of Site Design / Booth ...............................................................34 Freehand Drawing and Discovery: Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers / Richards .......................................................................................11 From Concept to Form in Landscape Design, Second Edition / Reid ...........................................................................................................................................38 Fundamentals of Building Construction: Materials and Methods, Sixth Edition / Allen ..............................................................................................................17 Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building / Keeler .........................................................................................................................................14 Fundamentals of Residential Construction, Third Edition / Allen ..................................................................................................................................................21 Fundamentals of Turfgrass Management, Fourth Edition / Christians ..........................................................................................................................................51 Future Details of Architecture / Garcia .............................................................................................................................................................................................56

G Garber / BIM Design: Realising the Creative Potential of Building Information Modeling .........................................................................................................52 Garcia / Future Details of Architecture .............................................................................................................................................................................................56 Garcia / The Diagrams of Architecture: AD Reader ........................................................................................................................................................................57 Gesimondo / Materiality and Interior Construction ........................................................................................................................................................................13 Gladfelter / AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015: No Experience Required .............................................................................................................................59 Global History of Architecture, A, Second Edition / Ching ............................................................................................................................................................12 Google SketchUp for Site Design: A Guide to Modeling Site Plans, Terrain and Architecture / Tal ..........................................................................................36 Grading With Design in Mind: Landscape Site Grading Principles / Sharky.................................................................................................................................31 Gramazio / Made by Robots: Challenging Architecture at a Larger Scale ....................................................................................................................................54 Green Building Illustrated / Ching ....................................................................................................................................................................................................47 Green Building Materials: A Guide to Product Selection and Specifications, Third Edition / Spiegel .......................................................................................23 Grondzik / Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition ....................................................................................................................21, 26 Guide to Green Building Rating Systems: Understanding LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, the National Green Building Standard, and More / Reeder .....50 Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction, A, Fourth Edition / Rubenstein ................................................................................................................37 Guide to the LEED AP Building Design and Construction (BD&C) Exam / Cottrell .....................................................................................................................50 Guide to the LEED AP Homes Exam / Cottrell ................................................................................................................................................................................49 Guide to the LEED AP Interior Design and Construction (ID+C) Exam / Cottrell ........................................................................................................................49 Guide to the LEED AP Operations and Maintenance (O+M) Exam / Cottrell ..............................................................................................................................49 Guide to the LEED Green Associate V4 Exam / Cottrell .................................................................................................................................................................49

H Hanlon / Compositions in Architecture ..............................................................................................................................................................................................8

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Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects, Fourth Edition / Lechner ..........................................................................................27 High Definition: Zero Tolerance in Design and Production AD / Sheil ..........................................................................................................................................55 Historic Preservation and the Livable City / Allison .........................................................................................................................................................................40 Historic Preservation Technology: A Primer / Young .......................................................................................................................................................................40 Hopper / Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition.......................................................................................................................................37

I Illustrated History of Landscape Design / Sullivan ..........................................................................................................................................................................35 Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD, Version 2.0 / Vassigh .................................................................................................................25 Introduction to Architectural Theory. An: 1968 to the Present / Mallgrave ...................................................................................................................................30 Introduction to Architecture / Ching...................................................................................................................................................................................................7

J Jarzombek / Architecture of First Societies: A Global Perspective ................................................................................................................................................12 Jencks / The Story of Post-Modernism: Five Decades of the Ironic, Iconic and Critical in Architecture ....................................................................................39

K Karlen / Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition .............................................................................................................................................................................28 Keeler / Fundamentals of Integrated Design for Sustainable Building .........................................................................................................................................14 Keeping Time: The History and Theory of Preservation in America, Third Edition / Murtagh ....................................................................................................40 Kensek / Building Information Modeling: BIM in Current and Future Practice.............................................................................................................................61 Kibert / Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, Third Edition ..............................................................................................................22 Kibert / Working Toward Sustainability: Ethical Decision-Making in a Technological World.......................................................................................................45 Kirkwood / Weathering and Durability in Landscape Architecture: Fundamentals, Practices, and Case Studies .....................................................................38 Krygiel / Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 ....................................................................................................................................................................60

L LaGro / Site Analysis: Informing Context- Sensitive and Sustainable Site Planning and Design, Third Edition ........................................................................32 Landscape Architectural Graphic Standards, Student Edition / Hopper.......................................................................................................................................37 Landscape Architectural Research: Inquiry, Strategy, Design / Deming ........................................................................................................................................33 Landscape Planning: Environmental Applications, Fifth Edition / Marsh ......................................................................................................................................36 Landscapes in History: Design and Planning in the Eastern and Western Traditions, Second Edition / Pregill ........................................................................37 Language of Space and Form: Generative Terms for Architecture / Eckler ..................................................................................................................................13 Leach / Space Architecture: The New Frontier for Design Research .............................................................................................................................................54 Lechner / Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects, Fourth Edition ..........................................................................................27 Lechner / Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics: Sustainable Design Methods for Architecture .........................................................................................................28 Leggitt / Drawing Shortcuts: Developing Quick Drawing Skills Using Today’s Technology, Second Edition.............................................................................10 Levy / BIM in Small-Scale Sustainable Design .................................................................................................................................................................................61 Lighting Design Basics, Second Edition / Karlen .............................................................................................................................................................................28 Lipson / Fabricated: The New World of 3D Printing .......................................................................................................................................................................62 Luke Him Sau, Architect: China’s Missing Modern / Denison.........................................................................................................................................................29

M Made by Robots: Challenging Architecture at a Larger Scale / Gramazio ....................................................................................................................................54 Makower / Touching the City: Thoughts on Urban Scale, AD Primer ............................................................................................................................................56 Mallgrave / An Introduction to Architectural Theory: 1968 to the Present ....................................................................................................................................30 Mallgrave / The Architect’s Brain: Neuroscience, Creativity, and Architecture .............................................................................................................................30 Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival Strategies, Second Edition / Schleifer ...........................22 Marcus / Therapeutic Landscapes: An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces ..................................33 Marsh / Landscape Planning: Environmental Applications, Fifth Edition ......................................................................................................................................36 Mastering AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 / Omura ............................................................................................................................................................59 Mastering Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015 / Krygiel ....................................................................................................................................................................60

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Material Precedent: The Typology of Modern Tectonics / Borden ................................................................................................................................................14 Materiality and Interior Construction / Gesimondo ........................................................................................................................................................................13 Materials and Their Applications in Landscape Design / Sovinski .................................................................................................................................................36 Materials for Sustainable Sites: A Complete Guide to the Evaluation, Selection, and Use of Sustainable Construction Materials / Calkins ..................37, 48 Mathematics for the Green Industry: Essential Calculations for Horticulture and Landscape Professionals / Agnew ..............................................................51 Mathematics of Turfgrass Maintenance, The, Fourth Edition / Christians .....................................................................................................................................51 McClure / The Built Environment: A Collaborative Inquiry into Design and Planning, Second Edition .......................................................................................8 McGrath / Urban Design Ecologies: AD Reader .............................................................................................................................................................................58 Means Engineering Staff / RSMeans Cost Data + Website, Student Edition ...............................................................................................................................18 Means Engineering Staff / RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition .........................................................................................................18 Measure of Man and Woman, The: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition / Tilley ..............................................................................................................15 Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition / Grondzik ....................................................................................................................21, 26 Mills / Designing with Models: A Studio Guide to Architectural Process Models, Third Edition ..................................................................................................7 Mitchell / UAE and the Gulf Architecture AD ..................................................................................................................................................................................53 Modeling the Environment: Techniques and Tools for the 3D Illustration of Dynamic Landscapes / Cantrell ..........................................................................33 Montague / Basic Perspective Drawing: A Visual Approach, Sixth Edition ...................................................................................................................................10 Mubarak / Construction Project Scheduling and Control, Third Edition .......................................................................................................................................20 Murtagh / Keeping Time: The History and Theory of Preservation in America, Third Edition ....................................................................................................40

N Novak / Designing Rainwater Harvesting: Integrating Rainwater into Building Systems ............................................................................................................31

O Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, Ninth Edition / Simmons .....................................................................................................................23 Omura / Mastering AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 ............................................................................................................................................................59 Onstott / AutoCAD 2015 and AutoCAD LT 2015 Essentials ...........................................................................................................................................................59

P Pallasmaa / The Embodied Image: Imagination and Imagery in Architecture .............................................................................................................................30 Pallasmaa / The Eyes of the Skin: Architecture and the Senses, Third Edition .............................................................................................................................57 Parry / Context: Architecture and the Genius of Place....................................................................................................................................................................53 Peña / Problem Seeking: An Architectural Programming Primer, Fifth Edition ............................................................................................................................45 Peters / Experimental Green Strategies: Redefining Ecological Design Research—Architectural Design ................................................................................58 Pierce / Project Scheduling and Management for Construction, Fourth Edition .........................................................................................................................19 Planning and Urban Design Standards, Student Edition / American Planning Association ........................................................................................................42 Plumbing, Electricity, Acoustics: Sustainable Design Methods for Architecture / Lechner .........................................................................................................28 Poppeliers / What Style Is It?: A Guide to American Architecture, Revised Edition .......................................................................................................................7 Practical Golf Course Maintenance: The Magic of Greenkeeping, Third Edition / Witteveen....................................................................................................51 Precedents in Architecture: Analytic Diagrams, Formative Ideas, and Partis, Fourth Edition / Clark .........................................................................................30 Pregill / Landscapes in History: Design and Planning in the Eastern and Western Traditions, Second Edition ........................................................................37 Pressman / Professional Practice 101: Business Strategies and Case Studies in Architecture, Second Edition ........................................................................46 Problem Seeking: An Architectural Programming Primer, Fifth Edition / Peña ............................................................................................................................45 Professional Practice 101: Business Strategies and Case Studies in Architecture, Second Edition / Pressman ........................................................................46 Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, The, Fourth Edition / Wakita .............................................................................................................13 Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture, The: A Complete Guide to Starting and Running Your Own Firm, Second Edition / Rogers ...................34 Project Control: Integrating Cost and Schedule in Construction / DelPico ..................................................................................................................................19 Project Scheduling and Management for Construction, Fourth Edition / Pierce .........................................................................................................................19 Public Garden Management / Rakow ...............................................................................................................................................................................................35

R Rakow / Public Garden Management ...............................................................................................................................................................................................35 Ramsey / Architectural Graphic Standards: Student Edition, An Abridgment of the Eleventh Edition......................................................................................14

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Recording Historic Structures, Second Edition / Burns ...................................................................................................................................................................38 Reeder / Guide to Green Building Rating Systems: Understanding LEED, Green Globes, Energy Star, the National Green Building Standard, and More .....50 Reid / From Concept to Form in Landscape Design, Second Edition ...........................................................................................................................................38 Retrofitting Suburbia: Urban Design Solutions for Redesigning Suburbs, Updated Edition / Dunham-Jones .........................................................................42 Rhoads / Applying the ADA: Designing for the 2010 Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design in Multiple Building Types ...........16 Richards / Freehand Drawing and Discovery: Urban Sketching and Concept Drawing for Designers .......................................................................................11 Rogers / The Professional Practice of Landscape Architecture: A Complete Guide to Starting and Running Your Own Firm, Second Edition ....................34 Rosen / Construction Specifications Writing: Principles and Procedures, Sixth Edition ..............................................................................................................14 RSMeans Cost Data + Website, Student Edition / Means Engineering Staff ...............................................................................................................................18 RSMeans Illustrated Construction Dictionary, Student Edition / Means Engineering Staff .........................................................................................................18 Rubenstein / A Guide to Site Planning and Landscape Construction, Fourth Edition .................................................................................................................37 Ryan / Detailing for Landscape Architects: Aesthetics, Function, Constructibility .......................................................................................................................34

S Sara / The Architecture of Transgression ..........................................................................................................................................................................................54 Schaufelberger / Construction Project Safety ..................................................................................................................................................................................19 Schleifer / Managing the Profitable Construction Business: The Contractor’s Guide to Success and Survival Strategies, Second Edition ...........................22 Schreyer / Architectural Design with SketchUp: Component-Based Modeling, Plugins, Rendering, and Scripting.................................................................62 Sears / Construction Project Management, Sixth Edition ...............................................................................................................................................................20 Shane / Urban Design Since 1945: A Global Perspective ...............................................................................................................................................................42 Sharky / Grading With Design in Mind: Landscape Site Grading Principles.................................................................................................................................31 Sheil / High Definition: Zero Tolerance in Design and Production AD ..........................................................................................................................................55 Simmons / Olin’s Construction: Principles, Materials, and Methods, Ninth Edition .....................................................................................................................23 Simplified Design of Concrete Structures, Eighth Edition / Ambrose ...........................................................................................................................................25 Simplified Design of Steel Structures, Eighth Edition / Ambrose ..................................................................................................................................................24 Simplified Design of Wood Structures, Sixth Edition / Ambrose ...................................................................................................................................................24 Simplified Engineering for Architects and Builders, Eleventh Edition / Ambrose ........................................................................................................................24 Site Analysis: Informing Context- Sensitive and Sustainable Site Planning and Design, Third Edition / LaGro ........................................................................32 Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, Sixth Edition / Strom .................................................................................................................................................32 Site Engineering for Landscape Architects Workbook, Second Edition / Woland .......................................................................................................................32 Smith / Environmental Issues for Architecture .................................................................................................................................................................................28 Solar Energy: A Design Guide for Building Professionals / Walker ................................................................................................................................................19 Souder / Temporary Structure Design ..............................................................................................................................................................................................20 Sovinski / Materials and Their Applications in Landscape Design .................................................................................................................................................36 Space Architecture: The New Frontier for Design Research / Leach .............................................................................................................................................54 Spiegel / Green Building Materials: A Guide to Product Selection and Specifications, Third Edition .......................................................................................23 Spiller / Drawing Architecture AD .....................................................................................................................................................................................................57 Steffy / Architectural Lighting Design, Third Edition .......................................................................................................................................................................28 Steinfeld / Universal Design: Designing Inclusive Environments ...................................................................................................................................................15 Story of Post-Modernism, The: Five Decades of the Ironic, Iconic and Critical in Architecture / Jencks ...................................................................................39 Strom / Site Engineering for Landscape Architects, Sixth Edition .................................................................................................................................................32 Structural Design: A Practical Guide for Architects, Second Edition / Underwood .....................................................................................................................25 Structure for Architects: A Primer / Dabby .......................................................................................................................................................................................25 Stubbs / Architectural Conservation in Europe and the Americas .................................................................................................................................................39 Stubbs / Time Honored: A Global View of Architectural Conservation.........................................................................................................................................40 Sullivan / Drawing the Landscape, Fourth Edition...........................................................................................................................................................................32 Sullivan / Illustrated History of Landscape Design ..........................................................................................................................................................................35 Sun, Wind &Light: Architectural Design Strategies, Third Edition / Brown.............................................................................................................................27, 47 Sustainable and Resilient Communities: A Comprehensive Action Plan for Towns, Cities, and Regions / Coyle ...............................................................39, 48 Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, Third Edition / Kibert ..............................................................................................................22 Sustainable Landscape Management: Design, Construction, and Maintenance / Cook ......................................................................................................35, 48

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Sustainable Preservation: Greening Existing Buildings / Carroon .................................................................................................................................................39 Sustainable Site Design: Criteria, Process, and Case Studies for Integrating Site and Region in Landscape Design / Dinep ..........................................36, 50 Sustainable Sites Handbook, The: A Complete Guide to the Principles, Strategies, and Best Practices for Sustainable Landscapes / Calkins .............33, 47 Sustainable Urbanism: Urban Design with Nature / Farr ..........................................................................................................................................................42, 48 System City: Infrastructure and the Spaces of Flows AD / Weinstock ...........................................................................................................................................55

T Tal / Google SketchUp for Site Design: A Guide to Modeling Site Plans, Terrain and Architecture ..........................................................................................36 Technology for Facility Managers: The Impact of Cutting-Edge Technology on Facility Management .....................................................................................63 Temporary Structure Design / Souder ..............................................................................................................................................................................................20 Therapeutic Landscapes: An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces / Marcus ..................................33 Tilley / The Measure of Man and Woman: Human Factors in Design, Revised Edition ...............................................................................................................15 Time Honored: A Global View of Architectural Conservation / Stubbs.........................................................................................................................................40 Touching the City: Thoughts on Urban Scale, AD Primer / Makower ............................................................................................................................................56

U UAE and the Gulf Architecture AD / Mitchell ..................................................................................................................................................................................53 Underwood / Structural Design: A Practical Guide for Architects, Second Edition .....................................................................................................................25 Universal Design: Designing Inclusive Environments / Steinfeld ...................................................................................................................................................15 Urban Design and People / Dobbins................................................................................................................................................................................................41 Urban Design Ecologies: AD Reader / McGrath .............................................................................................................................................................................58 Urban Design for an Urban Century: Shaping More Livable, Equitable, and Resilient Cities, Second Edition / Brown ...........................................................38 Urban Design Since 1945: A Global Perspective / Shane ...............................................................................................................................................................42 Urban Housing Handbook, The / Firley ............................................................................................................................................................................................41 Urban Towers Handbook, The / Firley ..............................................................................................................................................................................................41

V Vassigh / Interactive Structures: Visualizing Structural Behavior 2.0 DVD, Version 2.0 .................................................................................................................25 Venhaus / Designing the Sustainable Site: Integrated Design Strategies for Small Scale Sites and Residential Landscapes ...........................................34, 47 Visual Dictionary of Architecture, A, Second Edition / Ching ...........................................................................................................................................................7 Visual Notes for Architects and Designers, Second Edition / Crowe.............................................................................................................................................11

W Wakita / The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, Fourth Edition ..............................................................................................................13 Waldrep / Becoming an Architect, Third Edition ...............................................................................................................................................................................8 Walker / Solar Energy: A Design Guide for Building Professionals ................................................................................................................................................19 Wang / Architectural Research Methods, Second Edition ..............................................................................................................................................................45 Weathering and Durability in Landscape Architecture: Fundamentals, Practices, and Case Studies / Kirkwood .....................................................................38 Weinstock / System City: Infrastructure and the Spaces of Flows AD ...........................................................................................................................................55 Weygant / BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices .....................................................................................................................61 What Style Is It?: A Guide to American Architecture, Revised Edition / Poppeliers .......................................................................................................................7 Wing / Autodesk Revit Architecture 2015: No Experience Required.............................................................................................................................................60 Witteveen/ Practical Golf Course Maintenance: The Magic of Greenkeeping, Third Edition.....................................................................................................51 Woland / Site Engineering for Landscape Architects Workbook, Second Edition .......................................................................................................................32 Working Toward Sustainability: Ethical Decision-Making in a Technological World / Kibert.......................................................................................................45

Y Yee / Architectural Drawing: A Visual Compendium of Types and Methods, Fourth Edition ......................................................................................................11 Young / Historic Preservation Technology: A Primer .......................................................................................................................................................................40

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