|Statement||by A. Medlycott.|
|Series||Estates Gazette information booklets -- no.1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
While this book claims to be "illustrated", it's illustrations are very small, and pretty worthless on the point of view of an Architect, as in, there are no illustrations for terms such as "parasitic architecture", but there is an illustration for the term "fibonacci sequence".Cited by: Building Construction Illustrated -- Fifth Edition. Francis D.K. Ching. 1 • THE BUILDING SITE. 2 • THE BUILDING. 3 • FOUNDATION SYSTEMS. 4 • FLOOR SYSTEMS. 5 • WALL SYSTEMS. 6 • ROOF SYSTEMS. 7 • MOISTURE & THERMAL PROTECTION. 8 • DOORS & WINDOWS. 9 • SPECIAL CONSTRUCTION. 10 • FINISH WORK. Since publication of the first edition in , The Building Regulations: Explained and Illustrated has provided a detailed, authoritative, highly illustrated and accessible guide to the regulations that must be adhered to when constructing, altering or extending a building in England and Wales. The construction industry use some arcane terms. Here are a few to help with the communications A Acceptable Solution – A design solution deemed to comply with the Building Code that is pre-approved and therefore has fewer compliance costs associated. Alteration – The rebuilding, re-erecting, repairing, enlarging and extending of a building. Alternative solution.
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