Interior Designer's Portable Handbook 2/E

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 8, 2004 - Architecture - 534 pages
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This handy, one-stop answer book helps interior designers, decorators and architects come up with fast, on-the-spot design solutions by putting the latest codes and standards, costs, materials and specification information at their fingertips.

* Materials and specification checklists for fast and easy interior design decisions and solutions
* Content organization follows the logical progression of the design process
* Updated unit costs for furnishings, fixtures, and other interior components and systems

 

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Contents

Part 2 Site Furnishings
251
Part 3 Concrete Finishes
257
Part 4 Masonry
263
Part 5 Metals
275
Part 6 Wood
287
Part 7 Thermal and Moisture Protection
303
Part 8 Doors Windows and Glass
313
Part 9 Finishes
335
Part 12 Interior Furnishings
381
Part 13 Assemblies
409
Part 14 Conveying Systems
419
Part 15 Mechanical
431
Part 16 Lighting and Electrical
469
Appendix
501
References
513
Index
523

Part 10 Specialties
355
Part 11 Equipment
373

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About the author (2004)

John Patten "Pat" Guthrie, AIA, is principal of John Pat Guthrie Architects, Inc. He has been a licensed architect in 13 states, and the author of Architect's Portable Handbook, now in its third edition, and Cross-Check: Integrating Building Systems and Working Designs, as well as the first edition of the book, Interior Designer's Portable Handbook.

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