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The Life and Works of Glasgow Architects James Miller and John James Burnet

John Stewart
A fascinating biography of two of Scotland's greatest architects, Burnet and Miller, and the first biography which considers their work as a whole. It is a memoir to Glasgow at its zenith and provides an insight into the wealth and success of Glasgow in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
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New Ways: The Founding of Modernism

Dale, Nigel
This is a meticulously researched and liberally illustrated account with exquisite drawings of key people and selected works. Biographic profiles for Modernist engineers, architects, artists, patrons and designers.
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Connexions: The Unseen Hand of Tony Hunt

Hunt: Dale, Nigel
Biography of a brilliant designer engineer but also about the High Tech movement
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Landscape and Garden Design: Lessons from History

Haynes G
Descriptions and explanations of landscape and garden design techniques with examples drawn from 500 years of heritage
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One Great George Street: The Headquarters Building of the Institution of Civil Engineers

Dunkeld M
The most thorough study available on the Great George Street building. Reveals many previously undisclosed facets of the building. Highly illustrated with photographs from Edwardian times to the present day.
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A Practical Guide to Adopting BIM in Construction Projects

Kumar, Bimal
Reader-friendly introduction to adopting BIM. A vital guide for practitioners to adopt BIM successfully in construction projects. A blend of background theory and practical ideas for BIM implementation.
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New Way of Living: Georgian Town Planning in the Highlands and Islands

Haynes G
This is a study of the origins of the revolution in social and physical planning in the Scottish Highlands and Islands. It reveals the rationale for the expansive building programme post-1750 and identifies key personnel.
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