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Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Can Make You Sick-or Keep You Well

Allen, Joseph G.
Buildings can make us sick or keep us well. Diseases and toxins course through indoor spaces, making us ill. Meanwhile, better air quality and light levels improve productivity. At a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has us focused more than ever on indoor air quality, Healthy Buildings shows how much we have to gain from human-centered design.
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Humanise: A Maker's Guide to Building Our World

Heatherwick, Thomas
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Drawing Attention: Architecture in the Age of Social Media

Shaikh, Hamza
You have an idea that may be revolutionary, and someone somewhere needs to see it. With technical tips and concept inspiration, this is your guide to drawing their attention.
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Designed to Perform: An Illustrated Guide to Delivering Energy Efficient Homes

Dollard, Tom
A highly illustrated and updated guide to delivering better energy performance in all types of new build homes.
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Many Voices: Architecture for Social Equity

Sara Caples
Renowned architects Sara Caples and Everardo Jefferson explore how, when done well, building for social equity can directly enhance the formal, experimental and creative language of architecture.
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Rooftop Catalogue

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European Building Construction Illustrated

Ching, Francis D.K.
The first European edition of Francis DK Ching s classic visual guide to the basics of building construction. For nearly four decades, the US publication Building Construction Illustrated has offered an outstanding introduction to the principles of building construction.
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Engineering Nature: Timber Structures

Schoof, Jakob
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Archdaily's Guide to Good Architecture: The Now and How of Built Environments

What's best in architecture today and the most relevant for tomorrow by the world's most visited architecture website.
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