Architectural Programming: Creative Techniques for Design Professionals

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McGraw Hill Professional, May 22, 1995 - Architecture - 251 pages
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Effective program even the most sophisticated facilities. Here's the easy to gather, organize, and assess any client's building use data--so you can effectively design everything from office towers to health and educational facilities. Loaded with checklists, forms, and questionnaires that help you determine room size, use and function requirements, staff and employee projections, permit fees, and much more. Architectural Programming, by Robert R. Kumlin, will help you: select and organize the programming team; compile architectural data; choose and utilize common area measurement systems, including AIA, ANSI, and NRC; determine and communicate the priorities of the project in guiding and evaulating the design process; overcome conflicting interests and achieve a creative program consensus; much more.

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Introduction
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The Program Team
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Programming Strategy
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