Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice

Architect's Handbook of Professional Practice

by David Haviland

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**** Cited in Sheehy. A manual of contemporary practice for architects and those who work in the field but may not be registered as architects, the Handbook is divided into five major sections: tools, architects, firms, projects, and documents. For each aspect of practice, it identifies important issues and ideas, provides general guidance for effective practice, and suggests sources of additional information. This edition is revised and updated to reflect the major changes in architecture practice since the 11th edition of 1987-88. The Handbook ($140 to AIA members) comes in the form of punched loose pages to be inserted in four binders (available from AIA: $6.95/$4.94 AIA, each binder). A Documents Supplement Service is available by annual subscription ($70/$35 AIA). Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

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American Institute of Architects Press
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