The New House

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Links International, Jan 1, 2005 - Architecture - 164 pages
Today's design and architecture professionals must dominate the seemingly endless options in material resources and design technology. The New House presents 20 masterful homes from around the world, each a triumph of the architect's mastery in spatial engineering and expert use of the latest advances in materials and technology. Hundreds of full-colour photographs of the projects, plus floor plans, sketches, diagrams, and technical explanations from the architects themselves make The New House an indispensable resource for every architectural professional and student Features 20 masterful designs from around the world, each explained by its architect

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Jacobo Krauel, renowned architecture critic and expert, is the founder of the Malegro Award in Architecture. Author of the seminal book Sustainable Architecture: Low-Tech Houses (84-96263-06-1), as well as over a dozen titles

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