Information sources in architecture and construction
Valerie J. Nurcombe
Bowker-Saur, 1996 - Architecture - 489 pages
Treating architecture as an international culture, this edition's world-wide coverage encompasses information targeted to those researching, working, and training in the related fields of architecture, construction, and design. Contents include associations, organizations, and libraries; databases: information technology; peri-regulations; official publications; maps, drawings, slides; real estate, site evaluation, market potential; design data; executing the design; landscape; interior design; managing the design office; quality issues; practice libraries; conservation; architectural history, and more.
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Associations organizations and libraries
Katharine R Chibnik
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2nd edn abstracts American annual architects architecture archives Association Avery index bibliography British British Library Building Research Establishment Butterworths cartography catalogue CD-ROM Centre chapter collections computer-aided design conservation construction industry Council coverage covers databases detailed documents drawings edition EMAP engineering environment environmental European Green Belt groups handbook historic HMSO House information sources Institute interior design International Internet issues journals landscape Landscape Institute Library literature London manual manufacturers maps materials National Office on-line Ordnance Survey organizations periodicals photographs practice professional publications published range reference relevant RIBA Sanborn maps slides specialist specific Spon standards Strategic environmental assessment structures technical information tion titles topics Town Planning trade trade literature updated urban users visual volume York