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Connective Planning

Connective Planning

Connective Planning



Verger, Morris and Norman Kaderlan
McGraw-Hill, 1994
Book ID: 09866

Understanding the divergent needs of multiple, often contentious clients, while drawing them together to agree on a design plan, is a critical skill for architects and design professionals. This book presents a methodology of architectural planning and programming that should quickly establish client objectives, verify the feasibility of a proposed plan, determine costs in terms of materials and human resources, elicit client support and save time and money. 


270 pp., Cl., English


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