Architectural Programming and Predesign Manager, Volume 1

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McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Architecture - 506 pages
* First book to explain programming--the first step in the design process--in depth * Shows how to accurately assess the client's needs, tastes, and goals * Covers programming for large- and small-scale, architectural and interior renovations, and new projects * Hundreds of photos, drawings, and diagrams show problems and solutions in practice* Provides examples, exercises, and two complete case studies: ideal for course use

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Values and Architecture
Values Become Issues
Preparing to Program

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Robert Hershberger (Tuscon, AZ) is the dean of the college of

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