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Architecture and Landscape

  • Brian Carter
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Part of the Macmillan Building and Surveying Series book series

Abstract

Architecture establishes strategic decisions regarding the design of buildings and their relationship with and impact on the environment. Architects are responsible for preparing designs to satisfy the requirements of a client whether a home owner, an industrialist or a city father. However, the architect is also concerned with the relationships which a new building establishes with its surroundings, its detailed design, its construction and how it will perform in use.

Keywords

Office Building Heat Gain Green Building Building Envelope Primary Energy Consumption 
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References

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    Ian L. McHarg, Design with Nature ( New York: Doubleday/Natural History Press, 1971 ).Google Scholar
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Further reading

  1. Bruce Anderson (ed.), Solar Building Architecture ( Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1990 ).Google Scholar
  2. R. Banham, The Architecture of the Well-tempered Environment ( London: The Architectural Press, 1969 ).Google Scholar
  3. B. Carter, ‘Coming to terms with climate’, The Architectural Review (June 1991).Google Scholar
  4. CIBSE Guide - Volumes A, B, C (London: Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, 1988 and updates).Google Scholar
  5. Davis and Ventre (eds), Performance of Buildings and Serviceability of Facilities (USA: ASTM, 1990).Google Scholar
  6. Friends of the Earth, Good Wood Manual & The Good Wood Guide ( London: Friends of the Earth, 1990 ).Google Scholar
  7. Randall McMullan, Noise Control in Buildings ( London: BSP Professional Books, 1991 ).Google Scholar
  8. P. H. Parkin, H. R. Humphreys and J. R. Cowell, Acoustic Noise and Buildings, 4th edition ( London: Faber Paperbacks, 1979 ).Google Scholar
  9. D. Patterson, Commercial Timbers of the World ( Aldershot: Gower Publishing, 1988 ).Google Scholar
  10. N. Pevsner, A History of Building Types ( London: Thames & Hudson, 1976 ).Google Scholar

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© Brian Carter 1993

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