Architectural Press, an imprint of Elsevier, has announced the upcoming release of the Working Drawings Handbook, Fourth Edition, written by Keith Styles, a retired chartered architect in the U.K. and Andrew Bichard, a practicing architect and CAD technical specialist in the U.K.
The Working Drawings Handbook presents all the information needed to produce a set of functional and clear architectural plans. This comprehensive manual covers both manual and computer-aided design. It shows what information is required on each type of document, how drawings relate to specifications, and how to organize and document work. This handbook presents a fully illustrated guide to all the key methods and techniques. Thoroughly revised and redesigned, this fourth edition has brand new computer-generated drawings throughout and is updated to cover all aspects of computer use in the modern building design process.
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