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  • Kitchen Planningby NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association)

    Wiley 2013; US$ 99.00 US$ 85.80

    The leading resource for student and professional kitchen designers—completely revised and updated Kitchen Planning is an essential reference for any designer working in the kitchen field, containing everything a professional needs to know to design kitchens that are convenient, functional, and efficient, and that meet the needs of today's... more...

  • Just Enoughby Azby Brown

    Tuttle Publishing 2013; US$ 19.99

    The world has changed immeasurably over the last thirty years, with more, bigger, better being the common mantra. But in the midst of this constantly evolving world, there is a growing community of people who are looking at our history, searching for answers to issues that are faced everywhere, such as energy, water, materials, food and population... more...

  • Our Own Snug Firesideby Jane Nylander

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2013; US$ 30.00

    This charming book portrays domestic life in New England during the century between the American Revolution and the Civil War. Drawing on diaries, letters, wills, newspapers, and other sources, Jane C. Nylander provides intimate details about preparing dinner, spinning and weaving textiles, washing and ironing laundry, planning a social outing, and... more...

  • lost in spaceby Eckhard Feddersen; Insa Lüdtke

    Birkhäuser 2014; US$ 63.89

    How can we provide good spatial orientation for people with dementia? This question is addressed extensively in a selection of professional essays and projects that also carve out specific requirements for various disciplines. The book is a useful guide to all disciplines involved in design and planning but also to friends and family memebers.... more...

  • Urban Intensitiesby Peter G. Rowe; Har Ye Kan

    Birkhäuser 2014; US$ 63.89

    This book combines the architectural and urban scales to demonstrate that urban intensity determines the success of housing. The authors provide a typology of housing according to the ways in which diversity and density are created. Comparisons with historical models and critical appraisals based on the authors' unique standing give information... more...

  • America's Covered Bridgesby Terry E. Miller; Ronald G. Knapp; A. Chester Ong

    Tuttle Publishing 2014; US$ 39.99

    The history of North America is in many ways encapsulated in the history of her covered bridges. The early 1800s saw a tremendous boom in the construction of these bridges, and in the years that followed as many as 15,000 covered bridges were built. Today, fewer than a thousand remain. Without covered bridges to span the rivers and provide access... more...

  • Shanghai Homesby Jie Li

    Columbia University Press 2014; US$ 29.99

    In the dazzling global metropolis of Shanghai, what has it meant to call this city home? In this account—part microhistory, part memoir—Jie Li salvages intimate recollections by successive generations of inhabitants of two vibrant, culturally mixed Shanghai alleyways from the Republican, Maoist, and post-Mao eras. Exploring three dimensions of private... more...

  • Multifamily Housing Development Handbookby Adrienne Schmitz

    Urban Land Institute 2000; US$ 112.99

    Illustrated in full color, this authoritative resource explains best practices, techniques, and trends in multifamily housing developments. more...

  • London's Strangest Tales: Historic Royal Palacesby Iain Spragg

    Pavilion Books 2014; US$ 11.99

    London's Royal Palaces are still some of the most visited places in England. A great deal of their official histories are well known. But London's Strangest Tales: Historic Royal Palaces reveals the bizarre, funny and surreal events and episodes that have occurred over the centuries on the grounds of these beautiful buildings. It gives an alternative... more...

  • Second Suburbby Dianne Harris

    University of Pittsburgh Press 2010; US$ 30.00

    Carved from eight square miles of Bucks County farmland northeast of Philadelphia, Levittown, Pennsylvania, is a symbol of postwar suburbia and the fulfillment of the American dream. Begun in 1952, after the completion of an identically named community on Long Island, the second Levittown soon eclipsed its New York counterpart in scale and ambition,... more...