Details in Architecture 4: Creative Detailing by Some of the World's Leading Architects

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Joe Boschetti
Images Publishing, 1999 - Architecture - 216 pages
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The Details in Architecture series has gained such a reputation that architects jockey to be included in the new titles. By its very nature, it is cutting edge architecture at its very best. The new techniques of architects and designers are put on show to answer questions relating to the secrets of the best architects from North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. The book features an abundance of sketches, drawings and relevant photographs of specific details which have been selected and submitted by the architect to place the architectural details into perspective. Each project also includes a 250-word descriptive text. The emerging trends which will be followed by architects and designers for years to come are presented in clear and concise layouts. Many details are functional, but many are also decorative. Details can be used to make a building design environment friendly, or called upon to link a building with place, tradition and history. Included are details from corporate and
 

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Contents

Alexander Tzannes Associates
10
Architecture Studio
28
Belt Collins
44
Cox Group
60
CONTENTS
72
Kajima Design
110
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
116
Mclnturff Architects
122
Moore Ruble Yudell
138
PT Group
149
Perkins Eastman Architects
162
Pfau Architecture
178
TSP Architects + Planners Pte
194
Index
213
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