Introduction to Architecture

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  1. Book ImageAdvertising: Concept and Copy

    George Felton

    Third Edition

    The new edition of a classic text about advertising creativity: how to find great ideas and express them freshly and powerfully.More

  2. Book ImageAdvertising: Concept and Copy

    George Felton

    Third Edition

    The new edition of a classic text about advertising creativity: how to find great ideas and express them freshly and powerfully.More

  3. Book ImagePortfolio Design

    Harold Linton, Cesar Pelli

    Fourth Edition

    Full color and the latest in presentation techniques convey the quality and diversity of today's print and electronic portfolios.More

  4. Book ImageA History of Design from the Victorian Era to the Present: A Survey of the Modern Style in Architecture, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Graphic Design, and Photography

    Ann Ferebee, Jeff Byles

    Second Edition

    An abundantly illustrated overview of modern design across continents and cultures, highlighting key movements and design traditions.More

  5. Book ImageUnderstanding Green Building Materials

    Traci Rose Rider, Stacy Glass, Jessica McNaughton

    A companion to Understanding Green Building Guidelines, this primer explains green building products—what they are and how to choose them.More

  6. Book ImagePlanning and Community Development: A Guide for the 21st Century

    Norman Tyler, Robert M. Ward

    An ideal introduction to community planning for students, planners, local officials, community leaders, and citizens.More

  7. Book ImageGreening Modernism: Preservation, Sustainability, and the Modern Movement

    Carl Stein

    Greening Modernism addresses the interrelationships between sustainability, architectural preservation, and the Modern movement and places these issues into historical perspective.More

  8. Book ImageKey Buildings of the 20th Century: Plans, Sections and Elevations

    Richard Weston

    Second Edition

    An analysis of influential work by seminal architects, including Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Norman Foster, Frank Gehry, and Rem Koolhaas.More

  9. Book ImageUnderstanding Green Building Guidelines: For Students and Young Professionals

    Traci Rose Rider

    Summarizes the main issues and strategies of the forceful and fast-paced green building movement.More

  10. Book ImageKey Urban Housing of the Twentieth Century: Plans, Sections and Elevations

    Hilary French

    The design of multiple housing – a new building type, especially for growing urban populations – was a major new area of activity for architects at the beginning of the twentieth century, and one that continues into the twenty-first century.More

  11. Book ImageKey Contemporary Buildings: Plans, Sections and Elevations

    Rob Gregory

    A collection of more than one hundred twenty-first-century buildings of particular interest for study by students and professionals.More

  12. Book ImageGetting a Job in Architecture and Design

    David W. Patterson

    A practical guide for every architect or other design professional looking for a good job.More

  13. Book ImageKey Houses of the Twentieth Century: Plans, Sections and Elevations

    Colin Davies

    A companion to the popular Key Buildings of the Twentieth Century, this book includes classic residential works by such seminal architects as Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, and Alvar Aalto, as well as houses by more recent masters such as Tadao Ando, Rem Koolhaas, and Glen Murcutt.More

  14. Book ImageWriting for Design Professionals: A Guide to Writing Successful Proposals, Letters, Brochures, Portfolios, Reports, Presentations, and Job Applications

    Stephen A. Kliment

    How well do you write? Written and oral communication play a vital role in advancing the careers of design professionals (and students), yet few design schools offer training, and few resources exist to help designers improve their writing skills.More

  15. Book ImageProfessional Practice: A Guide to Turning Designs into Buildings

    Paul Segal

    What you need to know to protect your designs and get them built as you envision them; how to get and keep clients and become their trusted advisor and professional—every architect needs the answers in this concise, thorough, and readable guide.More

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