Time-saver Standards for Housing and Residential Development
Joseph De Chiara, Julius Panero, Martin Zelnik
McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Art - 1114 pages
Architects, designers, planners, and developers will celebrate this eagerly awaited new edition of this standard quick reference on all aspects of housing design and residential development. Offering clear working examples and design criteria and specifications for single family homes, apartments, mobile homes, and more, this time-saving resource is the one professionals will turn to daily for fast answers to virtually any question on residential design. 2,000 line illustrations. 10 halftones.
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General Planning and Neighborhood Organization
Largescale development superblocks
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