Landscape Detailing |:, Volume 1

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Routledge, Aug 21, 2012 - Architecture - 208 pages
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Michael Littlewood's Landscape Detailing is now well established as a valuable source of reference for architects, landscape architects, other professionals and students designing external works.

Volume I, Enclosures, covers walls (free-standing, screen and retaining), fences, gates, barriers and bollards. Each section begins with technical guidance notes on design and construction and then provides a list of points against which specifications can be checked. This is followed by a set of drawn-to-scale detail sheets. These details can be traced for direct incorporation into the set of contract drawings. A list of relevant British Standards, references, bibliography and a list of associations and institutions indicate where further guidance can be obtained. As a ready reference for landscape designers and as an indispensable time-saving tool, Landscape Detailing is an essential for the design office.
 

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Contents

Copings Cappings and Bonds
1
Freestanding Walls
14
Screen Walls
46
Retaining Walls
53
Fences
90
Gates and Stiles
143
Barriers
165
References
185
Bibliography
186
British Standards
187
Manufacturers and Suppliers
189
Institutions and Associations
191
Standard Graphic Symbols
192
Conversion Tables
193
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