Architectural Drawing and Design: Principles and Practices

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Prentice Hall, 1990 - Architecture - 324 pages
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Textbook written for students with little or no experience. Focus is on the language of drafting and building. Includes an overview of the construction industry. No bibliography. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Joseph D. Falcone, A.I.A. is an architect, educator, city planner and author. He is head of an architectural firm with a permanent staff of architects and engineers, served as Chairman of City Plan Commission for 18 years and has taught and is currently teaching at Secondary, College and University levels.

He is listed in "Who's Who In The East" for the past five years for outstanding design in construction and has won a national award in design by the American Association of School Administrators. He has been elected to the International Registry of "Who's Who."

Mr. Falcone is considered an expert in all types of building design and construction and has a proven track record of optimum combination of creativity, logic, soundness and economy.

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