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Photography for Architects: Effective Use of Images in Your Architectural Practice

Hamilton Knight, Martine
Photographs are still as vital to architectural practice as they ever were. This book guides the reader through topics such as establishing a visual brand, sharing images online and understanding when to create content in-house and how to commission professionals together with the value that their creative service brings.
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Architecture's Afterlife: The Multisector Impact of an Architecture Degree

Barosio, Michela
Architecture's Afterlife is the first book to examine the sectors into which architecture graduates migrate, and to identify the transferable skills that are learned, but not always taught, in their degree programmes, and that prove most useful in their new careers.
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Interior Design Materials and Specifications: Bundle Book + Studio Access Card

Godsey, Lisa (International Academy of D
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Managing the Complexities of Real Estate Development

Voelker, Bob
Managing the Complexities of Real Estate Development provides a concise summary of the real estate development process, allowing the reader to learn the fundamentals and details of development outside of the sink-or-swim environment of a particular project.
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Introduction to Construction Management

Sherratt, Fred
Introduction to Construction Management, Second Edition is the beginner's guide to key concepts, terms, processes and practices associated with modern construction management. The new edition has been fully updated with new data, case studies, and enhancements and remains the most practical and accessible book on the subject.
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Can this be? Architectural Workers Organising Europe

Marisa Cortright
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Good To Great

Collins, Jim
Rigorously supported by evidence, his findings are surprising - at times even shocking - to the modern mind. Good to Great achieves a rare distinction: a management book full of vital ideas that reads as well as a fast-paced novel.
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