4 edition of Residential open buildings found in the catalog.
Residential open buildings
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Stephen Kendall & Jonathan Teicher|
|LC Classifications||TH4812 .K45 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 301 p. :|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||99033925|
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out of 5 stars Essential open minded residential building approach published Reviewed in the United States on Aug Theory, practice and examples support each other in a great open minded book for residents and investors in by: In architecture, open building is an approach to the design of buildings that takes account of the possible need to change or adapt the building during its lifetime, in line with social or technological change.
Open building design seeks to co-ordinate inputs from different professions, users of the building, and other interests associated with the locality. Residential Open Building, the result of a CIB Task Group 'Open Building Implementation', provides a state-of-the-art review of open building, fundamental principles, recent developments, and international coverage of current projects on both the public and private arena.
Open Building is a highly flexible and economical method of building which has far reaching advantages Cited by: Open Building Originally established in the late ’s by N. John Habraken (and later furthered by Stephen Kendall), Open Building is an alternative approach to residential design, financing, construction, fit-out, and management that investigates the potential for modification and adaptability.
The driving force behind Habraken’s. 04/08/ -- Cover price on this book is $ Today, Amazon sells it for $ and $ There is NO difference that I can see. The ISBN printed on the book itself matches the $45 version, and the $50 version I just received came with a sticker over the book's ISBN showing a new number (the one listed with the $50 version above).Cited by: A comprehensive overview of Open Building projects worldwide in this book: Visitthe web site of the Open Building working group of the CIB.
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