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Title Sketching for Engineers and Architects
Author Ron Slade
Publisher Routledge
Release 2016-05-20
Category Architecture
Total Pages 260
ISBN 1317407172
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Using real working drawings from a 50 year career, Ron Slade shows how drawing remains at the heart of the design process in the everyday working life of engineers and architects. The book explains simple techniques that can be learnt and used to enhance any professional’s natural ability. Using over 180 categorised examples it demonstrates that drawing remains the fastest, clearest and most effective means of design communication. Unlike many other books on drawing in the construction industry, this book is ‘engineer led’ and science oriented but effectively shows that there is a close affinity between the working methods of architects and engineers.

Title Sketching for Engineers and Architects
Author Ron Slade
Publisher Routledge
Release 2016-05-20
Category Architecture
Total Pages 260
ISBN 1317407180
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Using real working drawings from a 50 year career, Ron Slade shows how drawing remains at the heart of the design process in the everyday working life of engineers and architects. The book explains simple techniques that can be learnt and used to enhance any professional’s natural ability. Using over 180 categorised examples it demonstrates that drawing remains the fastest, clearest and most effective means of design communication. Unlike many other books on drawing in the construction industry, this book is ‘engineer led’ and science oriented but effectively shows that there is a close affinity between the working methods of architects and engineers.

Title Preliminary Design of Bridges for Architects and Engineers
Author Michele Melaragno
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2021-02-01
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 552
ISBN 1000110176
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Focusing on the conceptual and preliminary stages in bridge design, this book addresses the new conceptual criteria employed when evaluating project proposals, considering elements from architectural aspects and structural aesthetics to environmental compatibility.;College or university bookstores may order five or more copies at a special student price. Price is available on request.

Sketching as Design Thinking by Alma R. Hoffmann

Title Sketching as Design Thinking
Author Alma R. Hoffmann
Publisher Routledge
Release 2019-11-22
Category Design
Total Pages 190
ISBN 0429668600
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book argues for the importance of sketching as a mode of thinking, and the relevance of sketching in the design process, design education, and design practice. Through a wide range of analysis and discussion, the book looks at the history of sketching as a resource throughout the design process and asks questions such as: where does sketching come from? When did sketching become something different to drawing and how did that happen? What does sketching look like in the present day? Alongside an in-depth case study of students, teachers, and practitioners, this book includes a fascinating range of interviews with designers from a wide variety of backgrounds, including fashion, user experience, and architecture. Sketching as Design Thinking explains how drawing and sketching remain a prominent aspect in our learning and creative process, and provides a rich resource for students of visual art and design.

Title Sustainability and the Design of Transport Interchanges
Author Brian Edwards
Publisher Routledge
Release 2011-01-24
Category Architecture
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1136886141
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

The interchange is a new form of transport building which integrates into a single whole various modes of public transport, putting the passenger first (rather than the infrastructure). This book presents design principles for transport interchanges and offers analysis of best practice in the UK and abroad. The author demonstrates how this complex new building type integrates with the city, on the one hand, and with different types of transport on the other. In this integration design in both plan and section are important, as is urban and landscape design. The idea of ‘interchange’ is increasingly relevant as town planners, engineers and architects address the question of sustainable development with its emphasis on energy efficiency, social cohesion, access for the elderly, and urban regeneration.

Title Collaborations in Architecture and Engineering
Author Clare Olsen
Publisher Routledge
Release 2021-12-31
Category Architecture
Total Pages 324
ISBN 1000513718
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This new edition of Collaborations in Architecture and Engineering explores how to effectively develop creative collaborations among architects and engineers. The authors, an architect and an engineer, share insights gained from their experiences and research on fostering productive communication, engaging in interdisciplinary discussions, and establishing common design goals. Together, they share the tools, methods, and best practices deployed by prominent innovative architects and engineers to provide readers with the key elements for success in interdisciplinary design collaborations. The book offers engaging stories about prominent architect and engineer collaborations––such as those between SANAA and Sasaki and Partners, Adjaye Associates and Silman, Grafton Architects and AKT II, Studio Gang and Arup, Foster + Partners and Buro Happold, Steven Holl Architects and Guy Nordenson and Associates, and among the engineers and architects at SOM. In the second edition, the newly added case studies showcase extraordinary buildings across the globe at a range of scales and typologies, tracing the facets of high-quality collaborations. Through the examples of these remarkable synergies, readers gain insights into innovative design processes that address complex challenges in the built environment. The second edition of Collaborations in Architecture and Engineering is a terrific sourcebook for students, educators, and professionals interested in integrative design practice among the disciplines.

Engineering Notepad by Roda Ducommun

Title Engineering Notepad
Author Roda Ducommun
Publisher
Release 2021-10-16
Category
Total Pages 101
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This is a drawing pad or notebook suitable for drawings, 3D drawings or sketching for engineers, architects and graphic designers. It contains 100 pages of squared paper or grids.

Gateway to Engineering by George E Rogers

Title Gateway to Engineering
Author George E Rogers
Publisher Cengage Learning
Release 2013-05-28
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 480
ISBN 1285528530
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

GATEWAY TO ENGINEERING, 2E helps students build a solid foundation in technological literacy as they study engineering-related careers and educational pathways. This book introduces middle school students to the process of design, the importance of engineering graphics, and applications of electricity and electronics, mechanics, energy, communications, automation/robotics, manufacturing processes, and control systems/computer programming. The vibrant four-color design and plentiful images make it especially appealing to middle school students, while the text's strong engineering flavor and alignment with national Standards for Technological Literacy make it the perfect tool for mastering Project Lead the Way's Gateway to Technology curriculum. It also includes a revised chapter featuring sustainable architecture, enhanced coverage of green technology, and new CourseMate interactive learning tools. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Title Product Design and the Role of Representation
Author Eujin Pei
Publisher CRC Press
Release 2022-03-17
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 248
ISBN 100047450X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"This book responds to the expression ‘all you always wanted to know about design representation but didn’t know where to ask’. Indeed, the book is a thematic guide to design representation, and the amount of information about design representations it holds is phenomenal." Professor Gabriela Goldschmidt Technion - Israel Institute of Technology This book extends understanding of the design process by exploring design representation types and examining them as theoretical constructs. It shows how fidelity and ambiguity inform the creative act of design, and considers design thinking through the lens of design representation. Design thinking is a method that has the potential to stimulate and enhance creativity. This book enhances understanding of what constitutes design thinking, why it is used and how it can be applied in practice to explore and develop ideas. The book positions a particular type of thinking through design representations, exploring this from its roots in design history, to the types of thinking in action associated with contemporary design practice. A taxonomy of design representations as a scaffold to express design intent, is applied to real world case studies. Product Design and the Role of Representation will be of interest to those working in or studying product development, engineering design and additive manufacturing.

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