The Designer's Eye: Problem-Solving in Architectural Design.

New York: 2002. Perfect Bound. As New. Item #21534

Finding the right visual solution for a particular architectural problem is one of the principal challenges faced by all architects and designers. This imaginative book offers architecture students over 100 examples of visual problem solving in architectural design. Photographs of actual buildings, paired with digitally manipulated images in "before and after" comparisons, demonstrate the sorts of real-life situations that architectural design courses rarely teach students how to address. Clearly organized, each concept is graphically depicted, making this an ideal teaching tool as well as a resource for students at all levels. From the Old House Journal reference library.

Price: $25.00

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