Designing the Exterior Wall: An Architectural Guide to the Vertical Envelope
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- Helps you reduce your liability by showing why building envelopes fail and how they can be designed to endure.
- Moves from theory to actual construction by including hundreds of building envelope details from a broad array of projects and climates.
- Integrates numerous contemporary case studies, including Frank Gehry's Experiential Music Center in Seattle (thin skins), Renzo Piano's Rue de Meaux housing in Paris (terra cotta cladding), and Mario Botta's San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (prefabricated brick panels).
Designing the Exterior Wall is a must-have book, whether you're an architect or a student. Order your copy today.
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