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This core textbook brings together for the first time thetechnical, legal, social and philosophical issues under theumbrella of architectural technology. Part 1 covers the influences that affect the way we build - theenvironmental agenda, the human factors, buildability, time andcosts. Part 2 takes the reader through the life of a typicalbuilding project - from briefing, through design and assembly, touse and eventual disassembly. Part 3 tackles some of the underlyingissues facing the architectural technologist - from thecommunication of details to technological innovation. Architectural…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This core textbook brings together for the first time thetechnical, legal, social and philosophical issues under theumbrella of architectural technology. Part 1 covers the influences that affect the way we build - theenvironmental agenda, the human factors, buildability, time andcosts. Part 2 takes the reader through the life of a typicalbuilding project - from briefing, through design and assembly, touse and eventual disassembly. Part 3 tackles some of the underlyingissues facing the architectural technologist - from thecommunication of details to technological innovation. Architectural Technolgy bridges the knowledge gap betweendesign and construction, enabling the architectural technologist toapply their unique skill in a creative and innovative way. "As a textbook aimed at those studying for membership of BIATthis is clearly very thorough and has the recommendation of theirVice President Education. However, it can also justifiably earn itsplace on the bookshelf of anybody involved in the constructionprocess as a reference and to aid an understanding of others he/shewill be working with to develop an environment of which to beproud." Building Engineer, July 2002

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 272
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12.02.2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781405147316
  • Artikelnr.: 38281079
Autorenporträt
Professor Stephen Emmitt is a coordinator of the CIB working group W096 Architectural Management.
Inhaltsangabe
Foreword CIAT President (Colin Orr) Introduction Chapter 1
Fundamentals Sensory engagement Building innovation Building characteristics Enclosure and functional requirements Philosophies and approaches Further reading Chapter 2
Physical design generators The physical context: a sense of place Micro climates and weathering Structure and fabric Materials Services Further reading Chapter 3
Social design generators The social context Communication and language Design decisions Risk Quality Added value Further reading Chapter 4
Regulatory design generators Town planning and development control The building regulations Standards and codes of practice Trade associations Testing and research reports Further reading Chapter 5
Humane design generators Perception of our buildings Physiology and usability Healthy environments Safe environments Secure environments Fire safety Further reading Chapter 6
Physical interfaces Typologies Transitions Joints and connections Tolerances Further reading Chapter 7
The art of detailing Detailing principles Environmental issues Performance of the joint Detailing criteria Designing the details Further reading Chapter 8
The art of specifying Specification methods Selection criteria
fitness for purpose Writing the specification Contents of a written specification Further reading Chapter 9
The art of informing Media Coordinated project information Drawings Physical models Bills of quantities Digital information and virtual details Information flow and design changes Further reading Chapter 10
Assembling the parts The designer
contractor interface Flows Quality of work Design changes Practical completion and hand
over Learning from building projects Further reading Chapter 11
Living with buildings Durability and decay Preservation, restoration, and conservation Principles of conservation, repair and maintenance Upgrading existing buildings Learning from buildings Further reading Chapter 12
Disassembly and reuse Reusing redundant buildings Demolition and disassembly Reclamation, reuse, and recycling Stretching the tradition Further reading References Index