Construction materials for interior design: principles of structure and properties of materials
Whitney Library of Design, Jan 1, 1989 - Architecture - 176 pages
The first handbook for interior designers on the properties of material used in constructing and finishing buildings: stone, marble, wood, brick, tile, concrete, plaster and drywall, glass, paint, plastics, wallcoverings, flooring, and carpets.
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