Building type basics for college and university facilities
This series provides architects and design professionals with the essential information they need to jump start the design of a variety of facilities. In each volume, series editor, Stephen Kliment, brings together high-profile, industry leaders who share their knowledge and expertise. Each book is organized around a unique series format, including a list of twenty fundamental questions routinely encountered in the early phases of the project commission. The volumes include numerous descriptive illustrations, featured project photographs, diagrams, floor plans, sections and details.
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