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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Modern Design: Architecture And Art, april 2008

Modern Design:Architecture And Art. Edition 7,April 2008 . Free Magazine For Designer and Artis.bus architecture


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Modern Design: Architecture And Art, Jan 2008

Modern Design: Architecture And Art. Edition 7, januari 2008 . Free Magazine For Designer and Artis.bus architecture

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Modern Design: Architecture And Art, Des 2007

Modern Design: Architecture And Art. Edition 6, Des 2007 . Free Magazine For Designer and Artis.bus architecture

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Modern Design: Architecture And Art, Nov 2007

Modern Design: Architecture And Art. Edition 5, Nov 2007 . Free Magazine For Designer and Artis.bus architecture

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Modern Design: Architecture And Art,Oct 2007

Modern Design: Architecture And Art. Edition 4, october 2007 . Free Magazine For Designer and Artis.bus architecture

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Modern Design: Architecture And Art,July 2007

Modern Design: Architecture And Art. Edition 1, July 2007 . Free Magazine For Designer and Artis. bus architecture

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Modern Design: Architecture And Art, Augustus 2007

Modern Design: Architecture And Art. Edition 2, Augustus 2007 . Review: Norman foster, Brad and Butter Barcelona, The liung Tower, Hotel Puerta Amerika Maedrid. ect

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Architecture Now Vol.3

Architecture Now by Philip Jodidio. For the third volume of our Architecture Now! series, we ve included many new and exciting names as well as recent projects by perennial favorites.These books aren't technical in nature, but are a great collection of interesting projects from around the world. Each book comes in 3 languages, so for those of you that only speak one of them, you'll only enjoy 1/3 of the text, but the graphics are fantastic. Illustrated A-Z entries include current and recent projects, biographies, contact information, and website addresses.

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Publisher: Taschen,ISBN: 3822829358, ISBN13: 978382282935, Page: 576. filesize: 149MB

Architectural Lighting Design Book

Architectural Design Book. Light is the element that reveals architecture. It renders texture and materials, illuminates surfaces and spaces, it creates atmospheres. The Architecture of Light concentrates on visual data to provide a deeper understanding of the lighting decision-making process. Color diagrams, photographs, and renderings are used to educate readers about the controllable aspects of light. Light in Architecture is a suggestive and useful guide for those who are conscious of the main role natural light and artificial lighting play in architecture, landscape and interior design. Text, pictures, figures and drawings will guide
them through this essential aspect of contemporary design and architecture.

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Architecture Design of Richard Meier

Philip Jodidio has contributed to Richard Meier as an author.PHILIP JODIDIO has published more than fifty books on architecture, including Architecture: Art, Architecture: Sculpture, Architecture: Nature an d Under the Eaves of Architecture.This complete monograph presents 89 of Meier's buildings, documenting the principal stages of Meier's career in chronological order, from his early private homes and residential buildings - such as the two large complexes of Twin Parks, Bronx, New York, and the Bronx Development Center - to recent major projects in the United States and in several European countries, including Italy. Among the well-known works in this volume are the Getty Center in Los Angeles, the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art, and the church of Dives in Misericordia, Rome. In the early 1970s, Meier was one of the "New York Five," an informal group of East Coast architects who shared a preference for new and original contributions to the modern tradition and shaped an alternative to the "gray" architecture that dominated highrise East Coast buildings at the time.This new title in the Modern Masters series is dedicated to the distinguished American architect, and includes an introductory essay by Kenneth Frampton, one of the most prestigious names in the field of architecture history.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Public Spaces: Convivial Urban Spaces

The result is a practical and clearly presented guide to urban public space for planners, architects and students of the urban environment. Convivial Urban Spaces argues that successful urban public spaces are an essential part of a sustainable built environment. Without them we are likely to drift into an increasingly private and polarized society, with all the problems that ensue. Taking a multidisciplinary approach, this book draws on new primary research, and the literature and theory of environmental psychology and urban design, to advance our understanding of what makes effective public spaces.

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Publisher: Earthscan Publications Ltd | pages: 154 | 2008 | ISBN: 1844073882 | PDF | 13,3 mb

Urban Design: Urban Forms

Ivor Samuels, Phillippe Panerai, Jean Castex, Jean Charles Depaule "Urban Forms". This book discusses how to analyze a space to live and dead space. describe the shape of space and the search for the missing space in a city. this book presents the view that the urban tissue, the intermediate scale between the architecture of buildings and the diagrammatic layouts of town planning, is the essential framework for everyday life. Only by investigating the urban tissue will it be possible to understand the complex relationships between plot and built form, between streets and buildings and between these forms and design practices

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Architectural Press | 2004-06-15 | ISBN: 0750656077 | 240 pages | PDF | 7,3 MB

Friday, January 7, 2011

Concept design: Ultimate Restaurant Design

Ultimate Restaurant Design. more than sixty restaurants and bars featured in this summary carefully selected for outstanding interior design, innovative work of the world's most famous architects and designers - a combination of startling new use of color and texture to create unique, often the environment. includes exceptional interior design more than sixty restaurants and bars around the world. Features hundreds of color photographs by distinguished designers' ranges over three continents.

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Concept Retail Design Book :New Retail

Designer knowledge about branding and marketing strategy that must be programmedinto another. The hope, the image of the product communicated effectively through thedesign of retail space that is created. Or conversely, the aesthetic design of retail space remains compatible with the values and character of the products sold therein. There are five elements in the design of retail space that is important to be managed for a memorable shopping environment. Fifth is the display, signage, graphics, merchandising, danpoint of sale. The first element is the display. A display is expected to trigger certain emotional absorption in the overview. Display products that caught directly from the outside, to build the first impression to lure people into the store, feel comfortable in it, and buy products.
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Home Design Magazine: Home Idea

This book helps you weeks to build a beautiful home in a relatively "cheap" .. Containsten design houses, as well as some form of living room, dining room, family room,kitchen, fence yard, which can be selected and adapted to house building. Besides,calculations also described the materials used and the analysis of labor to save costsand avoid waste.

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Sunday, January 2, 2011

Toraja Traditional Buildings

Traditional Buildings: A Global Survey of Structural Forms and Cultural Functions. Toraja. The reader is taken on a fascinating tour of traditional building around the world, which includes the loess cave homes of central China, the stilt houses on the shores of Dahomey, the housebarns of Europe and North America, the wind towers of Iran, the Bohio houses of the Arawak indians of the Caribbean, and much more. Professor's Noble's extensive travels have allowed him to examine many of the building at close quarters and the richly illustrated text includes photographs from the his personal collection. With its comprehensive and detailed bibliography the work will be welcomed by experts and non-specialists alike

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Publisher: I. B. Tauris (10-2007) | PDF | 368 pages | 1845113055 | 50,51 Mb

Streets For Life: Inclusive Urban Design

Elizabeth Burton, Lynne Mitchell, "Inclusive Urban Design: Streets For Life". Part one examines the changing experiences of people in the outdoor environment as they age and discusses existing outdoor environments and the aspects and features that help or hinder older people from using and enjoying them. Part two presents the six design principles for streets for life and their many individual components.
Using photographs and line drawings, a range of design features are presented at all scales of the outdoor environment from street layouts and building form to signs and detail. Part three expands on the concept of streets for life as the ultimate goal of inclusive urban design. These are outdoor environments that people are able to confidently understand, navigate and use, regardless of age or circumstance, and represent truly sustainable inclusive communities.
This is the first book to address the design needs of older people in the outdoor environment. It provides information on design principles essential to built environment professionals who want to provide for all users of urban space and who wish to achieve sustainability in their designs.

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Architectural Press | 2006 | ISBN: 0750664584 | 336 pages | PDF | 7,9 MB

Residential Layout: Introduction

Mike Biddulph, "Introduction to Residential Layout". Mike Biddulph provides a clear and coherent framework from which he offers comprehensive practical advice for designers of housing developments. Referring to a wealth of international examples, this is a richly illustrated, accessible resource covering the whole range of issues that should be considered by anyone engaging in the planning and design of a new residential scheme.
Introduction to Residential Layout is ideal for students and practitioners of urban design, planning, engineering, architecture and landscape seeking a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of designing and laying out residential areas.

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Architectural Press | ISBN: 0750662050 | January 3, 2007 | PDF | 224 pages | 37,3 mb

Tragic View of Architecture: Le Corbusier

Charles Jencks, "Le Corbusier and the Tragic View of Architecture"

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Allen Lane | July 31, 1975 | ISBN: 0713909994 | 200 pages | DjVu | 3,1 MB

New concept book in renovating

Broto Eduard, "New concept in renovating". Functionality and aesthetics come together beautifully in this volume featuring a wide-ranging selection of outstanding renovations and additions carried out by internationally renowned architects. The designing architects of the renovation projects share their expertise by contributing their own commentary on each project. Phase-by-phase breakdowns of each gorgeously illustrated project, concept sketches, floor plans, and thorough technical information on each, make this a highly informative guide to innovations in renovating

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Structure Publishing | ISBN: 8496263037 | 2005 | PDF | 226 pages | 60 Mb

Architectural Contemporary Detail Book

Nonie Niesewand, "Contemporary Details (Whitney Library of Design)". This international guide to contemporary architectural fixtures and fittings is a sourcebook to the best products available for modern domestic interiors. More than 800 photographs are included to illustrate the fixtures, fittings and surface finishes for floors, doors, windows, stairs, walls, ceilings, heating, lighting, storage, kitchens and bathrooms.

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Watson-Guptill | March 1, 1999 | ISBN: 0823009343 | 178 pages | PDF | 103,7 MB

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Detail Annual Vol. 2: Medical & Welfare, Education, Hotel & Commerce, Physical facilities

J.Kwang, "Detail Annual (vol. 2) Medical & Welfare, Education, Hotel & Commerce, Physical facilities

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ARCHIWORLD | 2005 | English, Korean | ISBN: 8957700862 | 271 pages | PDF | 105,7 MB

Detail Annual vol.3: Education, Business, Public & Commerce facilities

J.Kwang, "Detail Annual (vol. 3) Education, Business, Public & Commerce facilities"

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ARCHIWORLD | 2005 | English, Korean | ISBN: 895700836 | 265 pages | PDF | 84 MB

Detail Annual vol.1: Culture, business, residence, public facilities

J.Kwang, " Detail Annual (vol. 1) Culture, business, residence, public facilities"

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ARCHIWORLD | 2005 | English, Korean | ISBN: 895700862 | 265 pages | PDF | 105,5 MB

Detail Annual vol.4: Exhibit, Culture, Meeting,Education,Commerce,Public,Business facilities:

J.Kwang, "Detail Annual (vol. 4) Exhibit & Culture & Meeting, Education, Commerce, Public & Business facilities".

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ARCHIWORLD | 2005 | English, Korean | ISBN: 895700812 | 257 pages | PDF | 79,4 MB

Architecture Monograph: Renzo Piano

book of Renzo Piano: Architecture Monograph / Monografico Arquitectura (Section). His knowledge of the structural strengths of various natural fibres and thermal insulation goes hand in hand with his scheme of avoiding non-renewable energy sources.The Italian master explains why he always insists on exhaustive research and discusses ecological issues such as roof energy accumulation capacity. Intelligent buildings, methods of recycling, understanding of topography all fit into the overall architectural design. The most advanced building systems are also inexpensive in forming ecological spaces.
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Gingko Press | English, Spanish | March 1999 | ISBN: 3927258814 | 64 pages | PDF | 27,1 Mb

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