Architecture In Detail
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|Format:||Electronic Book Text, 200 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 02 November 2007|
This book is a collection of detailed studies of recent construction projects that will help all architects learn and expand the possibilities of their own work. Projects have been selected for their use of innovative techniques, and these insights could help overcome problems, reduce a project's cost, speed up work on site or help with an idea that is hard to achieve. Each project within the book consists of striking detailed drawings, supplemented by color photographs and explanatory text. These details are an excellent way to see how others are using new materials and techniques that may be relevant to an architect's own work. It can seem daunting for a student, or even a qualified architect, to see high-quality, interesting buildings when the project or daily workload is a lot more humdrum. This book demystifies construction and spreads knowledge of good practice. The author is well known as he has a biweekly feature in Building Design, the UK's most read magazine by architects. The projects have been carefully selected from those published and have been adapted and expanded to create a really useful reference.
Table of Contents
Introduction; St Albans Hypocaust, UK; Bedford School Library, UK; Digital Studio, Oxford Brookes School of Architecture, UK; Trevision Production Building, Vienna; Renewable Energy Centre, UK; Fountain on the Nikolaikirchof, Germany; Y's Store, Japan; Youl Hwa Dang Publishing House, Korea; The Public, UK; Kingsdale School Auditorium, UK; Moggerhanger House, UK; Tower of London Landscaping, UK; City and County Museum, UK; A13 Artscape Project,Metropolitan Cathedral Campus, UK; St Pauls Old Ford Church, UK; Friars Halt Studio, UK; Novy Dvur Monastery, Czech Republic; Blackpool Rocks, UK; Summerhouse, UK; Royal Festival Hall, UK; Imperial War Museum Visitors Centre, UK; Unicorn Theatre, UK; Museum of World Culture, Sweden; Alpine House, Kew Gardens, UK; Queen Mary Student Village, UK; Carlisle Lane Housing, UK; National Gallery East Wing, UK; National Assembly for Wales, UK; Queens Road Community Centre, UK; Sky Ear, UK; Salvation Army Chapel, UK; BBC Broadcasting House, UK; Education Resource Centre, Eden Project, UK; San Michele in Isola Cemetery, Italy; Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons, UK; Humber Centre for Excellence in the Built Environment, UK; Light Industrial Units, UK; New Hall Barn, UK;Newington Green House, UK