Details, technology, and form
Additional Author(s)
  • Killory, Christine
  • Davids, Rene
PublisherNew York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2012
ISBN / ISSN9781568989532
SeriesAs princeton architectural press series
Subjects
  • ARCHITECTURE-TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS-CANADA
  • ARCHITECTURE-TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS-UNITED STATES
  • ARCHITECTURE-UNITED STATES-HISTORY-21ST CENTURY
  • ARCHITECTURE-CANADA-HISTORY-21ST CENTURY

Physical Dimension

Number of pages208 p.
Dimension31 cm.
Other desc.ill.

Abstract

Details, Technology, and Form is the third volume in the continuing AsBuilt series, which features formal and material innovations in architecture with an emphasis on architectural detailing and the ways that architects and engineers are getting the maximum out what contemporary technology can do. The twenty-five projects in the book have been selected from current architecture built in the United States and Canada, including work by architects from abroad collaborating with North American teams. Layouts for each project comprise ten or twelve pages of architectural and technical drawings, diagrams, illustrations, and full-colour photographs of the finished building, as well as work-in-progress material that illustrates fabrication and assembly and an explanatory text.

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