Preliminary Design Single Family Detached Houses Attached Townhouses/ Rowhouses Apartments/Condominiums (Flats) Remodeling, Adaptive Re-use Kitchens Bathrooms Mixed Use Buildings - Bringing It All Together Urban Planning and Design
Projects include all residential typologies, such as apartments, townhouses, mixed-use buildings, and single family residences Includes case studies by interior designers and architects to illustrate the best examples of current residential design CD-ROM includes floor plans and furniture templates for students to use on base plans and/or all projects An Instructor's Guide is available to lecturers adopting this text - this provides suggestions for planning the course and using the text within the classroom A PowerPoint(r) Presentation is also available to adopting lecturers, providing outlines and ideas for lectures; compatible with PC and Mac platform
Robert Philip Gordon is an architect, planner and designer with an international reputation in multiple design disciplines and as an educator. He currently teaches Architectural Rendering and Design at Columbia College Chicago in the graduate and undergraduate program of Architectural Studies and Interior Architecture. Gordon has previously taught at Illinois Institute of Technology, the University of Illinois, Chicago, the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, and the Paris/American Academy of Beaux Arts in Paris. His work has been exhibited in galleries and expositions in Chicago, Paris and San Francisco, as well as on the electronic scoreboard at Old Comiskey Park. Gordon has also written numerous articles on architecture and design for newspapers and magazines.