Information sources in architecture and construction

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Valerie J. Nurcombe
Bowker-Saur, 1996 - Architecture - 489 pages
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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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