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Description - Traditional Construction Patterns by Stephen A. Mouzon

This practical and handy resource reveals what works for traditional construction details. It's extensively illustrated and formatted so that readers can quickly find the rule-of-thumb for designing and constructing each detail, along with a graphic example. This guide also offers readers the option of getting in-depth information-such as examples of badly designed or constructed details, and explanations of why each rule-of-thumb works-making this book as valuable on-site as it is next to a drafting table.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780071416320
ISBN-10: 0071416323
Format: Paperback
(274mm x 216mm x 15mm)
Pages: 312
Imprint: McGraw-Hill Professional
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Publish Date: 1-Aug-2004
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Stephen A. Mouzon

Stephen A. Mouzon and Susan M. Henderson are architects and town planners, and are principals of PlaceMakers, which is headquartered in Miami, Florida. Steve is a founder of the New Urban Guild. He has authored or contributed to a number of publications in recent years, including the Public Works Manual, Charles Barrett: The Architectural Drawings, Biltmore Estate Homes, and 1001 Traditional Construction Details. He continues to shoot the photographic Catalog of the Most-Loved Places, which currently includes over 25,000 digital images in 52 volumes. The PlaceMakers Pattern Books are currently the only Transect-based pattern books in existence and are meant to be companion pieces to this book.