The Professional Practice of Architectural Working Drawings, Third Edition
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OSAMU A. WAKITA, Hon. AIA, is Professor of Architecture and Department Chair of Architecture at Los Angeles Harbor College. He has been involved in architectural education since 1958. He is a recipient of the California Council of the American Institute of Architects' prestigious Outstanding Architectural Educators Award and is listed in the Council Generals Reference as one of the leading authorities in perspective drawing. He also designs a number of residences each year.

RICHARD M. LINDE, AIA, is a licensed architect in California, Arizona, and Hawaii, and president of his own architectural firm, Richard M. Linde & Associates, Inc. He has provided architectural services internationally and in the various states in which he is licensed to practice. He is an authority on industrialized housing and is a past president of the American Institute of Architects, Cabrillo, California chapter.
Both have also coauthored The Professional Practice of Architectural Detailing, Third Edition, published by Wiley.

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Preface.

Part I. Professional Foundations.

Chapter 1. The Office.

Chapter 2. Basic Drafting Requirements, Standards, and Techniques.

Chapter 3. Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD).

Chapter 4. Environmental and Human Considerations.

Chapter 5. Construction Methods and Materials.

Chapter 6. Initial Preparation Phase for Construction Documents.

Chapter 7. Game Plan for Materials Selected.

Part II. Document Evolution.

Chapter 8. Site and Grading Plan.

Chapter 9. Foundation Plan.

Chapter 10. Floor Plan.

Chapter 11. Schedules: Door, Window, and Finish.

Chapter 12. Building Sections.

Chapter 13. Exterior Elevations.

Chapter 14. Roof Plan and Framing Systems.

Chapter 15. Interior Elevations.

Chapter 16. Architectural Details and Vertical Links (Stairs/Elevators).

Part III. Case Studies.

Chapter 17. Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Conventional Wood Residence.

Chapter 18. Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Wood Building-Beach House.

Chapter 19. Conceptual Design and Construction Documents for a Steel and Masonry Building-Theatre.

Chapter 20. Madison Steel Building.

Chapter 21. Tenant Improvements.

Index.

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