7 edition of How Buildings Work found in the catalog.
July 13, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Edward Allen (Illustrator), David Swoboda (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
About How Buildings Learn. Buildings have often been studies whole in space, but never before have they been studied whole in time. How Buildings Learn is a masterful new synthesis that proposes that buildings adapt best when constantly refined and reshaped by their occupants, and that architects can mature from being artists of space to becoming artists of time. Illustrated with hundreds of illuminating line drawings, this classic guide reveals virtually every secret of a building's function: how it stands up, keeps its occupants safe and comfortable, gets built, grows old, and dies--and why some buildings do this so much better than others. Drawing on things he's learned from the many buildings he himself designed (and in some cases built with .
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The parts of buildings, e.g., the roofs, walls, windows and mechanical systems must work together with the other parts in such a way as to "survive" but Cited by: 1. How Buildings Work book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Illustrated with hundreds of illuminating line drawings, this cla /5.
A great book for anyone that work's on, design's or lives in buildings. A great book for novice or seasoned carpenters, professional designers, Architects or owners.
Arm yourself with an understanding of building science and physics presented in a straightforward easy to understand manner. Great book for reference and learning/5(15).
How Buildings Work provides construction professionals with a clear understanding of the basic mechanisms of physics and how they affect the performance and operation of buildings. Heat, air, moisture, sound, light and radioactivity are explained in turn, yet all the while reminding the reader that none of these phenomena can be considered in.
The book ends with a helpful glossary of architecture and building terms, including this gem: 'Cape—Never trust an architect who wears a cape.' An essential source for current and aspiring library directors, LIS students, and anyone working in a library who needs to improve its space.”.
How Buildings Work: The Natural Order of Architecture by Edward Allen and David Swoboda. Oxford University Press, Why Buildings Fall Down by Matthys Levy and Mario Salvadori.
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HOW BUILDINGS WORK is just a great book, even more interesting than Macaulay's THE WAY THINGS WORK. Buildings are everywhere, and most everyone uses buildings of various kinds for various purposes.
Yet how a building works is often a by: 1. Today, the polarizing figure is the subject of a new book Le Corbusier: The Built Work ($, Monacelli Press), a photographic survey by Richard Pare of nearly the entire oeuvre of the architect.
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Buildings: how they work. [Robert Adam] -- Examines different kinds of buildings throughout history, discussing their forms and purposes and how they were built. Permits. The majority of construction requires a Department of Buildings permit. Most often, a New York State licensed Professional Engineer (PE) or Registered Architect (RA) must file plans and pull permits before work begins.
There are many permit types, such as construction, boiler, elevator, and plumbing. Book Description. An understanding of building physics is fundamental for the design and construction of safe, functional, energy efficient buildings.
Without it, occupants’ health and comfort is compromised, energy bills become unmanageable, or the building fabric itself can fail. How Buildings Work provides construction professionals. He does a lot of work with Chris Benedict, RA, the pioneering Passive House multifamily architect in New York.
See their video about Knickerbocker, a unit Passive House apartment building in Harlem. Gifford's book is subtitled "Better Buildings by Understanding Basic Building Science," and he's very good at b.s.
- building science, that is. Like his previous work, A History of New York in Objects, the book serves as a compendium of interesting structures, with a larger goal Author: Amy Plitt.Architecture Inside-Out: Understanding How Buildings Work Written by John Zukowsky, Illustrated by Robbie Polley.
Fifty of the world’s most important buildings seen through specially commissioned isometric illustrations and detailed photographs and plans, providing the perfect introduction to architecture for students and anyone interested in buildings.Genre/Form: Architectural drawings Designs and plans: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Campus buildings that work.
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