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Residential design, drafting, and detailing / Alan Jefferis, Janice Jefferis.

By: Jefferis, Alan.
Contributor(s): Jefferis, Janice (Janice A.).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Australia ; Clifton Park, NY : Delmar, Cengage Learning, [2014]Edition: Second edition.Description: xviii, 1006 pages : color illustrations, color plans ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781133283171; 1133283179.Subject(s): Architectural drawing -- Technique | Architectural design -- Technique | Architecture, Domestic -- Designs and plansDDC classification: 728.028 Online resources: Table of contents only | Publisher description | Contributor biographical information
Contents:
Professional architectural careers, office practice, and opportunities -- Preparing for success -- Computer-aided design in architecture -- Building codes and interior design -- Interior design considerations -- Exterior design factors -- Environmental design considerations -- Land descriptions and drawings -- Site-related drawing layout -- Floor plans--symbols, annotation, and dimensions -- Completing a floor plan -- Electrical plans -- Plumbing systems -- Comfort control systems -- Roof plan components -- Roof plan layout -- Introduction to elevations -- Elevation layout and drawing techniques -- Interior finishing materials and cabinets -- Framing methods -- Structural components -- Design criteria for structural loading -- Sizing joists, rafters, and beams -- Drawing framing plans -- Foundation systems -- Floor systems and foundation support -- Foundation plan layout -- Sectioning basics -- Section layout -- Stair construction and layout -- Fireplace construction and layout -- renovations, remodeling, and additions.
Review: Features: The new "Green" feature boxes highligh concepts and trends used to provide energy efficiency in residential design. Updated coverage in the text addresses the latest standards, codes, and guidelines, including the 2012 International Residential Code for one- and two-family dwelling, the Internatioal Energy Conservation Code published by the International Code Council, and LEED standards. The text includes the latest building materials in residential construction, including CMU, steel framing, and alternative materials, such as BluWood, straw bales and rammed earth and more.
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NA 2708 J447 2014 (Browse shelf) c.1 Available 2015-24262-01-1
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Includes index.

Professional architectural careers, office practice, and opportunities -- Preparing for success -- Computer-aided design in architecture -- Building codes and interior design -- Interior design considerations -- Exterior design factors -- Environmental design considerations -- Land descriptions and drawings -- Site-related drawing layout -- Floor plans--symbols, annotation, and dimensions -- Completing a floor plan -- Electrical plans -- Plumbing systems -- Comfort control systems -- Roof plan components -- Roof plan layout -- Introduction to elevations -- Elevation layout and drawing techniques -- Interior finishing materials and cabinets -- Framing methods -- Structural components -- Design criteria for structural loading -- Sizing joists, rafters, and beams -- Drawing framing plans -- Foundation systems -- Floor systems and foundation support -- Foundation plan layout -- Sectioning basics -- Section layout -- Stair construction and layout -- Fireplace construction and layout -- renovations, remodeling, and additions.

Features: The new "Green" feature boxes highligh concepts and trends used to provide energy efficiency in residential design. Updated coverage in the text addresses the latest standards, codes, and guidelines, including the 2012 International Residential Code for one- and two-family dwelling, the Internatioal Energy Conservation Code published by the International Code Council, and LEED standards. The text includes the latest building materials in residential construction, including CMU, steel framing, and alternative materials, such as BluWood, straw bales and rammed earth and more.

New Century Books. Purchased. April 2015. 2015-24262-01-1 9500.00

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