How Buildings Work
The Natural Order of Architecture
Allen, EdwardPublisher: Oxford University Press, New York, USA
Year Published: 2005 First Published: 1980
Pages: 270pp Price: $50 ISBN: 0-19-516198-X
Library of Congress Number: TH6021.A44 2004 Dewey: 721--dc22
Resource Type: Book
The basic principles of a residential and office "building" are explained: how and why buildings stand up, how they age, why they die, internal designs. All with hundreds of illustrations.
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