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Tiltwallism: A Treatise on the Architectural Potential of Tilt Wall Construction

Author/EditorBrown, Jeffrey (Author)
ISBN: 9781864705751
Pub Date01/07/2014
BindingHardback
Pages256
Dimensions (mm)254(h) * 254(w)
An introductory resource to architects and an inspiration to contractors, developers and structural consultants who have encountered Tilt Wall construction.
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An introductory resource to architects and an inspiration to contractors, developers and structural consultants who have encountered Tilt Wall construction. An introductory resource to architects and an inspiration to contractors, developers and structural consultants who have encountered Tilt Wall construction. Brown provides a full synthetic treatment of Tilt Wall construction, explaining its history, methodology, and relationship to the current architectural approaches to meaning. Inclusion of practical reference and resource sections in the book will appeal to a cross-disciplinary audience. SELLING POINTS: - A richly illustrated, timely insight into low-cost building methodology 400 col.

An introductory resource to architects and an inspiration to contractors, developers and structural consultants who have encountered Tilt Wall construction. An introductory resource to architects and an inspiration to contractors, developers and structural consultants who have encountered Tilt Wall construction. Brown provides a full synthetic treatment of Tilt Wall construction, explaining its history, methodology, and relationship to the current architectural approaches to meaning. Inclusion of practical reference and resource sections in the book will appeal to a cross-disciplinary audience. SELLING POINTS: - A richly illustrated, timely insight into low-cost building methodology 400 col.

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