Well established as the best resource for conducting access audits, this book offers straightforward advice about undertaking access audits and explains how they make buildings, environments and services more inclusive.
This is a must-have for all designers and architects who will need to utilise the new regulations in their projects from April 2015 onwards as well as the contractors, clients and consultants who will need to understand and collaborate with them.
For domestic clients, both for large or small projects, and especially those who have never carried out this role before, this guide offers a quick and easy overview of the value, mechanisms and context of appointing your architect.
Fully-revised and updated, this new edition provides essential updates on the latest version of the Planning Package - an essential read for any architects, designers and students wanting utilise the PHPP as a design tool.
This book is a practical guide for students or those already running or thinking of running a small practice on how to set up and run a small architectural practice and how to run multiple small projects efficiently.
Bursting with tips, ideas and how-tos on all aspects of designing a working life that suits you and your business, this book explains in clear and accessible language how to avoid the common pitfalls of long hours and low pay.
The architecture profession is changing. Practices must stay abreast of new developments in AI or risk being left behind. Architecture's best-known technologist, Phil Bernstein, provides a strategy for long-term success.
This book reveals how seeing cities through the eyes of children strengthens the case for planning and transportation policies that work for people of all ages, and for the planet. It shows how urban designers and city planners can incorporate child friendly insights and ideas into their masterplans, public spaces and streetscapes.
Building in Arcadia: The case for well-designed rural development is a reasoned, impassioned and ultimately practical book identifying key barriers to rural development, and how planning applicants, and most particularly their agents who make the applications.
A treasury of architectural drawing from the 16th century to the present day. Includes 200 full-colour reproductions, from back-of-envelope concept sketches to painstaking pen-and-ink perspectives, exploded axonometrics and born-digital drawings.