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The Future Architect s Handbook

Author : Barbara Beck
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For children with a passion for drawing, or dreams of creating buildings, this book explores how architects really work, taking the young reader through the entire process for planning and designing a house. Learn about an architect's four main drawings: the Site Plan, Floor Plan, Section, and Elevation—including the concept of drawing each plan to scale. Aspiring architects discover design techniques, along with different, exciting architectural styles used today. All of this is brought to life in freehand, pen-and-ink architectural drawings that will inspire children to apply these lessons to their own designs. This book is the perfect introduction to architecture, revealing why buildings look and function as they do. While this creative book is ideal for the middle grades, ages 9-12, even adults will find it inspiring.

The Future Architect s Tool Kit

Author : Barbara Beck
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Children with dreams of designing buildings will discover how architects actually work in this workbook, which builds on the concepts introduced in The Future Architect's Handbook. It walks readers through the drawings created by Aaron, a young architect building his own home. Going a step further, children will learn the steps necessary to create their own drawings and build a model of their design, using an included tool kit consisting of graph paper and an architect's scale, pencil, and drafting eraser. Finally, readers are challenged to design homes for an eclectic group of clients. Freehand pen-and-ink drawings bring the instructions to life. This book is the perfect introduction to what an architect does at work and why buildings look and function as they do. Ideal for middle grades ages 8-13, but creative adults will also find it inspiring.

Virginia Architects Handbook

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The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

Author : Joseph A. Demkin
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CD-ROM contains: Samples of all AIA contract documents.

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

Author : David S. Haviland
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The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

Author : American Institute of Architects
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Architects must be proficient in a variety of business practices to contribute to, manage, or launch a successful firm. They are responsible for the same kind of legal, financial, marketing, management, and administrative activities as any other professional. Within these broad categories, however, there are many details, including professional standards and documents, that are unique to the profession of architecture.

The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

Author : The American Institute of Architects
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Get the latest information on issues affecting your profession. This annual update of the Handbook offers up-to-the-minute tools and practical guidance that you can put to work in your practice today. Included in this year's Practice Update is an overview of new AIA documents and sample contracts that you can view on a CD-ROM (included). Seven new practice profiles demonstrate how firms of all sizes can increase their business and improve their profits by adding new practice methods and services--such as Design-Led Design-Build--to their portfolios. The expanded practice topics section features seven new topics, including proven techniques for improving client communications and four new services--such as building security assessment--that architects can provide. So keep ahead of the curve and order your update right away.

Willing s Press Guide and Advertisers Directory and Handbook

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Solutions Architect s Handbook

Author : Saurabh Shrivastava
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From fundamentals and design patterns to the different strategies for creating secure and reliable architectures in AWS cloud, learn everything you need to become a successful solutions architect Key Features Create solutions and transform business requirements into technical architecture with this practical guide Understand various challenges that you might come across while refactoring or modernizing legacy applications Delve into security automation, DevOps, and validation of solution architecture Book Description Becoming a solutions architect gives you the flexibility to work with cutting-edge technologies and define product strategies. This handbook takes you through the essential concepts, design principles and patterns, architectural considerations, and all the latest technology that you need to know to become a successful solutions architect. This book starts with a quick introduction to the fundamentals of solution architecture design principles and attributes that will assist you in understanding how solution architecture benefits software projects across enterprises. You'll learn what a cloud migration and application modernization framework looks like, and will use microservices, event-driven, cache-based, and serverless patterns to design robust architectures. You'll then explore the main pillars of architecture design, including performance, scalability, cost optimization, security, operational excellence, and DevOps. Additionally, you'll also learn advanced concepts relating to big data, machine learning, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Finally, you'll get to grips with the documentation of architecture design and the soft skills that are necessary to become a better solutions architect. By the end of this book, you'll have learned techniques to create an efficient architecture design that meets your business requirements. What you will learn Explore the various roles of a solutions architect and their involvement in the enterprise landscape Approach big data processing, machine learning, and IoT from an architect's perspective and understand how they fit into modern architecture Discover different solution architecture patterns such as event-driven and microservice patterns Find ways to keep yourself updated with new technologies and enhance your skills Modernize legacy applications with the help of cloud integration Get to grips with choosing an appropriate strategy to reduce cost Who this book is for This book is for software developers, system engineers, DevOps engineers, architects, and team leaders working in the information technology industry who aspire to become solutions architect professionals. A good understanding of the software development process and general programming experience with any language will be useful.

RIBA Architect s Handbook of Practice Management

Author : Nigel Ostime
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The professional architect’s business management bible now encompasses the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 to reflect the very latest practice in today’s cutting-edge architectural environment. With an emphasis on the practical aspects of working as an architect, the 9th edition combines clear and comprehensive guidance with a focus on new directions in practice management which will give a modern practice that vital commercial edge. Topics range from starting up a practice and developing a business strategy, to how to win clients, manage people, and handle fees. It includes new sections on topics such as knowledge management, QA, IT and project management too. With its clear, accessible layout, and no-nonsense style aimed at busy architects, this is a must-read for practices of all sizes and the ideal companion to the RIBA Job Book, 9th edition

Handbook and Guide for Selecting a Career and Preparing for the Future

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The Architect s Handbook

Author : David Kent Ballast
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The Architect s Handbook of Marble Granite and Stone Overview of the Italian stone industry

Author : Enrico Corbella
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The Architect s Handbook of Professional Practice

Author : David Haviland
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NCARB Architectural Registration Handbook

Author : National Council of Architectural Registration Boards
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Architectural Handbook

Author : Alfred M. Kemper
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1985 Legal Handbook for Architects Engineers and Contractors

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Area handbook for Mongolia

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A Planner s Handbook on Energy with Emphasis on Residential Uses

Author : Florida. State Energy Office. Data Collection and Analysis Section
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