Building Systems for Interior Designers
Building Systems for interior designers
Corky Binggeli, asid
The updated guide to technical building systems for interior designers
As integral members of the building design team, interior designers share an increasingly complex and crucial role. Now revised in its second edition, Building Systems for Interior Designers remains the one go-to resource that addresses the special concerns of the interior designer within the broader context of the rest of the building design team.
Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition explains technical building systems and engineering issues in a clear and accessible way to interior designers. Covering systems from HVAC to water and waste to lighting, transportation, and safety, author Corky Binggeli enables interior designers to communicate more effectively with architects, engineers, and contractors; collaborate effectively on projects; and contribute to more accurate solutions for a broad range of building considerations.
Among the many improvements in the Second Edition are:
With a host of features to make the book more up to date, easier to use, and more effective as an instructive guide, Building Systems for Interior Designers, Second Edition is a valuable book for students as well as a practical desktop reference for professionals.
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The content of Building Systems for Interior Designers is fine, but the supplementary instructor's materials are weak. The instructor's PowerPoint presentations cover only about 10% of the material discussed in each chapter, in a text-only (no graphics) format. I'm finding that with this textbook, I'm really having to create my own instructor's supplementary materials, which is a very time-consuming process.
Limited Energy Resources
Embodied Energy of Building Materials
PostandBeam and Heavy Timber
ElectricalSystem Design Process
Electrical Wiring and Distribution
Lighting Design Applications
Fire Safety Design
Other Structural Types
Plumbing for Appliances and Equipment
Heat Transfer and the Building Envelope
Thermal Capacity and Resistance
Mechanical Engineering Design Process