Architectural Graphic Standards (英語) ハードカバー – 2000/4/15
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For over 70 years, Architectural Graphic Standards has been the bedrock design reference for generations of architects, builders and engineers. Now comes the most complete design tool yet--the completely updated and expanded Tenth Edition. You'll find a wealth of information, complete with 10,000 drawings.
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Architectural Graphic Standards CD-ROM Version 3.0 developed by Jordani Multimedia and published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Ramsey/Sleeper Architectural Graphic Standards, Tenth Edition. Prepared by The American Institute of Architects. Edited by John Ray Hoke, Jr., FAIA.
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“Architectural Graphic Standards” is organized roughly per the CSI Masterformat divisions, including general planning and design data, sitework, concrete, masonry, metals, wood, thermal and moisture protection, doors and windows, finishes, specialties, equipment, furnishings, special construction, conveying systems, mechanical, electrical, sports, energy, history preservation, etc.
“Architectural Graphic Standards” has 1072 pages (9.6 x 11.8 inches large format) and numerous line drawings. This new edition has expanded and new content covering contemporary issues. It is a must-have for architects, landscape architects and urban planners, interior designers, engineers or any other building-related design professionals.
Gang Chen, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Author of “Architectural Practice Simplified,” “LEED GA Exam Guide,” “Planting Design Illustrated,” and other books on various LEED exams, architecture, and landscape architecture
For the content of the book itself, it is exactly as expected. My husband and I are both Architects, so to own a first edition Architectural Graphic Standards is something that we get giddy about. It is full of historic, architectural detailing all beautifully hand-drawn. If you work on historic buildings or just want to see traditional building techniques and details, it is a great book to add to your collection.
As a professional, many people's firms have a specialty or three. For instance, I work for a healthcare firm at the moment. However, as a student, you can run the whole gamut of different building types. Despite how far-out some of my designs were, the fact that they were rooted in current, workable building methods and systems that were detailed out helped me immensely when applying for jobs. Knowing the details and showing them in your design is not only good for your reputation, but good for ability as an architect.
I'd recommend this to many arch students if the price is right for you. I happened upon it at a time with the book (no CD) was around $80 or $90. Of the dozens of textbooks I still have, this is one resource book I know I'll be consulting for a while.