Interior construction & detailing for designers and architects, 4th ed.1591261058
Interior construction & detailing for designers and architects, 4th ed.
Ballast, David Kent.
Professional Pub., Inc.
This reference for professionals in the construction industry covers the broad range of knowledge needed for both commercial and residential interior projects. It has been updated to reference the 2006 International Building Code and includes a new chapter on sustainable design. Material is organized in the same order that interiors are constructed. Early chapters describe construction components that give form to all interior spaces in all types of interior construction. These include the elements of partitions, ceilings, glazing Glazing
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