Architectural Detailing: Function, Constructibility, Aesthetics

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Wiley, Jan 5, 1993 - Architecture - 296 pages
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Describes systematically and in readily usable form the principles by which good architectural details are designed. The principles are laid out in 83 brief but profusely illustrated ``detail patterns''. The first section examines each of the patterns and illustrates several instances of its use. The latter part demonstrates the execution of these patterns in the design of key details for three different buildings types. Extensively illustrated.

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Introduction
1
FUNCTION
75
HEALTH AND SAFETY
105
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