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More About This Title Architectural Graphic Standards, 11th Edition
To celebrate seventy-five years as the cornerstone of an industry, this commemorative Eleventh Edition is the most thorough and significant revision of Architectural Graphic Standards in a generation. Substantially revised to be even more relevant to today's design professionals, it features:
An entirely new, innovative look and design created by Bruce Mau Design that includes a modern page layout, bold second color, and new typeface
Better organized-- a completely new organization structure applies the UniFormat(r) classification system which organizes content by function rather than product or material
Expanded and updated coverage of inclusive, universal, and accessible design strategies
Environmentally-sensitive and sustainable design is presented and woven throughout including green materials, LEEDS standards, and recyclability
A bold, contemporary new package--as impressive closed as it is open, the Eleventh Edition features a beveled metal plate set in a sleek, black cloth cover
Ribbon Markers included as a convenient and helpful way to mark favorite and well used spots in the book
All New material
Thoroughly reviewed and edited by hundreds of building science experts and experienced architects, all new details and content including:
new structural technologies, building systems, and materials
emphasis on sustainable construction, green materials, LEED standards, and recyclability
expanded and updated coverage on inclusive, universal, and accessible design strategies
computing technologies including Building Information Modeling (BIM) and CAD/CAM
new information on regional and international variations
accessibility requirements keyed throughout the text
new standards for conducting, disseminating, and applying architectural research
New and improved details
With some 8,500 architectural illustrations, including both reference drawings and constructible architectural details, Architectural Graphic Standards continues to be the industry's leading, easily accessible graphic reference for highly visual professionals.
Introduction: Integrating Performance and Poetics.
A New Generation of Architectural Graphic.
Model Case Study: Genzyme.
Situating Ramsey and Sleeper: A Genealogy of.
A Short History of Detailing.
SECTION 1: BUILDING ELEMENTS.
1. Element A. Substructure.
Soils and Soils Explorations.
Soils Definitions, Terms And Classifications.
Soil Studies And Reports.
Climatic Foundation Issues.
Seismic Foundation Issues.
Settlements and Differential Settlements.
Foundations for Individual Building Types.
Seismic Base Isolation.
Underpinning and Foundation Reinforcing.
2. Element B. Shell.
Climate and Energy.
Sustainability And Energy.
Fireproofing and Firestopping.
Steep Slope Roofing.
Low Slope Roofing.
Roof and Parapet Expansion Joints.
Skylights, Scuttles, And Vents.
3. Element C. Interiors.
Wall and Corner Guards.
Fireplaces and Stoves.
Special Room Construction.
Alternate Stair Types.
Treads, Risers, and Nosings.
4. Element D. Services.
Escalators and Moving Walks.
Chutes and Dumbwaiters.
Plumbing System Types.
Plumbing System Pipes and Valves.
Potable Water Distribution System.
Sanitary and Waste Drainage Systems.
Stormwater Drainage Systems.
Typical Building Water and Gas Service.
Other Plumbing Systems.
5. Element E. Equipment and Furnishings.
Furniture and Accessories.
6. Element F. Special Construction and Demolition.
Special Construction .
Special Construction Systems.
Special Controls and Instrumentation.
Selective Building Demolition.
Building Elements Demolition.
Hazardous Components Abatement.
7. Element G. Building Sitework.
Site Civil/Mechanical Utilities.
Subsurface Drainage Systems.
Surface Drainage Systems.
Runoff Control Systems.
Manholes, Inlets, and Catch Basins.
Site Electrical Utilities.
SECTION 2: MATERIALS.
Concrete Forms and Accessories.
Economy Of Concrete Formwork.
Concrete Formwork for Columns And Footings.
Concrete Formwork for Walls.
Concrete Formwork for Slabs And Beams.
Concrete Formwork Hardware.
Reinforcing Bars and Wire.
Placement Of Steel Reinforcement.
Supplementary Cementitious Materials (Scm).
Concrete Surfaces, Finishes, and Integral Color.
Concrete Surfaces: Defect Prevention, Repair, Coatings, and Treatments.
Mortar and Grout.
Anchorage And Reinforcement.
Masonry Accessories and Related Items.
Masonry Movement Joints.
Clay Masonry Units.
Concrete Masonry Units.
Columns, Pilasters, and Beams.
Structural Facing Tile: Wall Sections and Properties.
Glass Unit Masonry.
Glass Block: Design Data.
Glass Block Details.
Stone Uses and Properties.
Stone Masonry Patterns and Veneer.
Stone Details’ Residential.
Properties of Metals.
Finishes on Metals.
Welds and Welding Symbols.
W And M Steel Shapes.
S, HP, C, MC, And L Steel Shapes.
Structural Cut From W And S Shapes.
Miscellaneous Metal Angles, Tees, Zees, and Channels.
Metal Tubing and Pipes.
Ornamental Ironwork Details.
Perforated and Sheet Metals.
Steel Sheets, Coils, and Plates.
Designing with Wood.
Fire-Retardant Treated Wood.
Shields and Anchors.
Plywood Design Data.
Plywood Panel Types.
Wall and Roof Sheathing.
Plywood Subflooring on Wood Framing.
Plywood Sheathing For Roofs and Soffits.
Oriented Strand Board.
Interior Wall Paneling Details.
Interior Wood Trim and Moldings.
Panel Products and Wood Veneers.
Panel Products and Wood Veneers.
SECTION 3: ISSUES OF CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE.
12. Sustainable Design.
Framework Of Good Design: Principles And Process.
Flows in Nature.
Healthy Community Design.
13. Inclusive Design.
Seven Principles of Universal Design.
Codes, Laws, and Regulations.
Ada and Fhaa Design Requirements.
Federal Legislative Process.
Reach Ranges for Accessibility.
Protruding Objects in Circulation Paths.
Accessible Routes and Walking Surfaces.
Curbs And Parking.
Wheelchair Lifts and Stair Lifts.
Accessible Communications Features.
Accessible Toilets and Bathrooms.
Accessible Residential Bathrooms.
Accessible Residential Kitchens.
Fair Housing Amendments Act.
History, Purpose, and Scope.
Seven Design Requirements.
Example 1: Harold Way Apartments, Hollywood California.
Example 2: Affordable Rental Housing, Northern California.
14. Computing Technologies.
Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM).
The Design Environment.
The Manufacturing Environment.
Cnc Machine Control and Operation.
Manufacturing Application Environments.
Building Information Modeling (Bim).
How Bim Overcomes the Limitations Of Cad.
Bim And Related Technologies.
Interoperability and the IFC Building Model.
15. Architectural Research.
B. Solar Radiation And Building Orientation.
C. Thermal Transmission.
D. Human Dimensions.
E. Mobility Aids.
F. Construction Information.
G. Cad Standards.
H. Graphic Symbols.
I. Using The Metric System.
J. Building Security.
K. Classical Architectural Elements.
M. Mathematical Data.
N. Structural Calculations.
O. Professional Associations and Institutes Directory.
"Architectural Graphic Standards 11th edition continues a 75-year tradition of offering concise text and descriptive graphics in a basic design handbook for architects." (Fabric Architecture; Sep/Oct 2007)
"The practice of Architectural Design is continually changing and this book gives examples of what is considered good practice at this time. I recommend this to everyone doing architectural design; this book is a tool, not a pretty book to leave on the table for visitors to see." (Orange Bytes, (North Orange County Computer Club), August 2007)
"Architectural Graphic Standards--more a professional handbook than a guide to graphic conventions--represents the most ambitious revision and overhaul in the publication's history." (Library Journal; 8/1/07)
"This year sees the publication of a new, improved Architectural Graphic Standards. Since Ramsey and Sleeper's last edition in 1956, the book has grown with rapidly evolving technologies, and the sporadic publishing pace of its early years has kept pace with the changes. The profession is evolving at an ever-greater pace, but Architectural Graphic Standards is keeping up its role as the franchise player." (Architect Magazine, June 2007)