Architect’s Pocket Book (5th Edition)

Download Architect’s Pocket Book (5th Edition) written by Jonathan Hetreed, Ann Ross, Charlotte Baden-Powell in EPUB format. This book is under the category Art and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1138643998; 0750647647/9781138643994/ 9780750647649. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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Jonathan Hetreed, Ann Ross, Charlotte Baden-Powell


Routledge; 5th Edition




412 pages






1138643998; 0750647647


9781138643994/ 9780750647649

Book Description

This easy-to-carry pocket ebook compiles a wide variety of important and helpful information that architects require on a daily basis, whether they are working on-site or in the office. It gives clear direction and vital detail on a wide range of topics, such as planning legislation, environmental design, adhering by Building Regulations, structural and services matters, materials characteristics and detailing, and so on. This fifth edition incorporates numerous updates to various legislation, standards, and sources covering a wide variety of subject areas.

The Architect’s Pocket Book, Fifth Edition (ePub/PDF), is concise and simple to use, and it has already sold well over 90,000 copies to architects, architecture students, construction professionals, and designers who do not have an architectural background but need to understand the fundamentals quickly.

This is the world-famous, pocket-sized blue book that you simply must have and can’t do without.


“It is invaluable for architectural practices that are on a smaller scale. This is an essential tool for usage at the drawing board, the computer, or even on-site because it is loaded with drawings, tables, and symbol guides. — Stadia magazine

“A helpful and easy-to-read instruction for navigating the site.” — Alan Jarvis, Professor and Lecturer

“This precious jewel is essential for any and all individuals involved in the building sector, including but not limited to architects, builders, surveyors, engineers, students, and so on and so forth. The information is presented in a straightforward manner with no unnecessary fluff. The building regulations are made to look nearly rational thanks to the clear and detailed graphics.

Because I am currently in school studying architecture and believe that this book will be of great assistance to me, I decided to purchase it. You should get it since it contains information on building regulations and planning, as well as measurements, recommendations, and tricks of the trade.

“Extremely helpful in providing speedy and straightforward references to a wide range of architectural facts.” — Sarah Radif, Director of Instruction

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