The Architects Studio Companion, 3rd Edition

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This book provides quick access to guidelines for systems that affect the form and spatial organization of buildings and allows this information to be incorporated into the earliest stages of building design.

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With it you can:. Relying on straightforward diagrams and clear written explanations, the designer can lay out the fundamental systems of a building in a matter of minutes—without getting hung up on complicated technical concepts.

By introducing building systems into the early stages of design, the need for later revisions or redesign is reduced, and projects stay on time and on budget. The following ISBNs are associated with this title:.

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The Architect's Studio Companion (6th ed.)

Designing with Building Codes. Selecting the Structural System. Configuring the Structural System.

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Sizing the Structural System. Mechanical and Electrical Systems for Small Buildings.

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Design Criteria for Daylighting Systems. Configuring and Sizing Daylighting Systems. Configuring the Egress System. Sizing the Egress System. Stairway and Ramp Design.

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Height and Area Limitations. Height and Area Tables. Appendix A: Units of Conversion.

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Refresh and try again. Designers will find themselves constantly going back to their Studio Companion for its straightforward and direct illustrations, rules of thumb and code issues. Loading marketplace My Reading List. Interior Detailing.

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More than just a reference, this book is a true companion that no practicing architect or student should be without. This book provides quick access to guidelines for systems that affect the form and spatial organization of buildings and allows this information to be incorporated into the earliest stages of building design. With it you can:.

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Relying on straightforward diagrams and clear written explanations, the designer can lay out the fundamental systems of a building in a matter of minutes—without getting hung up on complicated technical concepts. By introducing building systems into the early stages of design, the need for later revisions or redesign is reduced, and projects stay on time and on budget. He has also worked in the construction trades. Currently, he heads a Seattle design firm that provides technical and quality management consulting. He has collaborated with Edward Allen on numerous publications, including Fundamentals of Building Construction.