Encyclopedia Of Home Designs; 500 Completely New
Plans by Home Planners Inc
Paperback - 352 pages (September 1997) The bestselling home design book just got bigger! Volume II offers 500 new home plans selected from the best designers. A complete sampling of spacious and stylish designs for every budget and every taste.
200 Budget-Smart Home Plans; Affordable Homes From 902 To 2540 Square Feet by Paulette Mulvin
Paperback - 224 pages (September 1992) Strong styling coupled with low-cost livability come together beautifully in this rich collection of stylish, affordable homes. Functional yet style-conscious designs have been selected to meet the needs of those with restricted building budgets. Complete construction blueprints available for all 200 intriguing plans. 2-color throughtout.
200 Narrow-Lot Home Plans : Stylish Homes for Lots Less Than 60' Wide (Blue Ribbon Designer Series)by Home Planners Inc
Paperback - 224 pages (October 1993) Showcases 200 designs ranging from 1,350 to 3,000 square feet--and they all fit on lots less than 60 feet wide. Features a mix of traditional and contemporary exterior styles, attached garages, 2 to 4 bedrooms, spacious kitchens, and master bedroom suites. Over 1,000 illus.
Two Hundred Expandable Home Plans; Stylish Designs With Bonus, Flexible Or Finish-Later Space by Home Planners Inc
Paperback - 240 pages (March 1995)
Building Products Buyers Guide; 12,000 Products & 2500 Manufactures by Home Planners Inc
Paperback - 256 pages (October 1997)
New Home Plans For 1999 by Garlinghouse
Paperback - 448 pages (Aug. 1997) Today's best architects and designers are represented in this wonderful collection of home plans. You are sure to find the house plan of your dreams.
New Home Plans For 2000 by Garlinghouse
Paperback - 448 pages (March 1999) Today's best architects and designers are represented in this wonderful collection of home plans. This is a special order, 4/1999.
600 Best Selling Home Plans
Paperback - 448 pages (March 1997)
Architectural Plans For Adding On Or Remodeling by Axelrod, Jerold L.
In a tough economy, money becomes scarce, but life goes on and families keep growing. People who want and need more living space are often discouraged at the first step: the expense of hiring an architect to create a design which will blend into the existing house. This volume contains hundreds of professional plans that form a portfolio of ideas and easy-to-follow prototypes. 400 illustrations.
Adding On; How To Design And Build A Beautiful Addit ion To Your Home by Roger Yepsen (Editor), Editors of Rodale Home
Paperback - 373 pages (September 1996)
More than 50 other great titles from Home Planners Inc.
Skyscrapers by Judith Dupre
Hardcover - 127 pages (June 1996) "Shyscrapers" showcases the beauty and clean lines of 50 of the greatest skyscrapers in the world in a specially designed "towering" 18" format. Move your gaze from the Washington Monument to the Empire State Building, from the Eiffel Tower to the Gothic cathedral at Ulm, & from the ancient Lighthouse at Alexandria to the leaning Tower of Pisa.
Great Garages, Sheds And Outdoor Buildings; 101 Projects You Can Build by Home Planners Inc.,
Paperback - 96 pages (September 1996) This unique book offers plans for a myriad of detached garages and outdoor structures to meet every need. With an emphasis on versatility, these plans make the most of available space and can be tailored to fit virtually any exterior style. As well as garages, the guide also features plans for cottages, studios, sheds, barns, stables, pool pavilions, and more. Illus.
Building Construction Illustrated by Ching, Fran
k/ Adams, Cassandra/ Ching, Francis D.K.
Paperback 2nd edition (May 1991) In response to numerous requests by readers, this edition of a classic manual on residential and light construction techniques includes increased coverage of concrete material and methods--plus the latest data on concrete, steel and glazing technology, energy efficiency in buildings, moisture and thermal protection, natural lighting and masonry. 380 line drawings.
Modern Carpentry; Building Construction Details In E asy-To-Understand Form by Wagner, Willis H./Smith, Howard Bud
Hardcover - 795 pages (February 1996) Modern Carpentry is a colorful, easy-to-understand source of current information on building materials and construction methods. This resource provides detailed coverage of all aspects of light construction, including foundations, framing and windows. Special emphasis is placed on the use of modern materials and techniques.
Architecture : Form, Space, & Order by Ching, Francis D. K.
Paperback 2nd edition (February 1996) The Second Edition of this classic introduction to the principles of architecture is everything you would expect from the celebrated architect, author, and illustrator, Francis D. K. Ching. Each page has been meticulously revised to incorporate contemporary examples of the principles of form, space, and order - the fundamental vocabulary of every designer.
Architectural Graphic Standards For Architects,Engineers, Decorators, Builders, And Draftsmen by Ramsey, Charles G. (With:Sleeper, Harold Reeve)
Hardcover - 248 pages Facsi mile edition (January 1990)
This new Facsimile Edition of Ramsey and Sleeper's Architectural Graphic Stnadards is an authoritative and exact reproduction of the original 1932 classic. Faithfully restored, it is true to the original in every detail and made to exacting specifications for photoreproduction, paper, printing, and binding. It provides you with access to the remarkable drawings of the original edition in vivid detail. You'll find every topic in this reproduction that appeared in the original, from brickwork, cut stone and stonework, architectural terra cotta, masonry and tile, and slate, copper, zinc, and clay tile roofing to balloon, braced, and Western framing, steel casements, double-hung and dormer windows, metal lath and plaster, and hundreds of other architectural details.
Architectural Graphic Standards by Ramsey, Charles (Joint Author:Sleeper, Harold R.)
Paperback - 240 pages 1edition (March 1998)
The Complete Illustrated Guide To Feng Shui; How To Apply T he Secrets Of Chinese Wisdom For Health,Wealth And Happiness by Lillian Too
Paperback - 224 pages (October 1996) Feng Shui is the 4,000-year-old Chinese art of living in harmony with your environment. This illustrated introduction is the first Western book to offer the clarity, authenticity, and practical applications presented by Lillian Too. Writing from personal experience, Too explains the role of Feng Shui in the thriving economies of the East, and reveals the secrets of the art. Full color. Size D. $100,000 budget.
101 Feng Shui Tips for the Home by Richard Webster
Paperback - 192 pages (June 1998)For thousands of years, people in the Far East have used feng shui to improve their home and live in harmony with the earth. In this book, Webster shows Western readers how to make subtle and inexpensive changes to their homes that can transform their lives. Charts.
The Western Guide To Feng Shui; Creating Balance,Harmony, And Prosperity In Your Environmentby Terah Kathryn Collins, Terah Kathryn
Paperback - 224 pages (April 1996) Feng Shui teacher Terah Kathryn explains why the arrangement of readers' homes and workplaces affects every aspect of their lives, including relationships, health, and finances. This informative text takes readers on a step-by-step journey through their home and office, opening their "Feng Shui eyes" to see the problems and the solutions in their environment.