Table of contents for Principles of architectural detailing : a book / by Stephen Emmitt, John Olie, Peter Schmid.


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CONTENTS 
Foreword
Preface 
SECTION A - FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES 
A1	DETAILING - THE CREATIVE LINK
	Unsettling matters
	The place and meaning of architectural details
	Supporting an ecological approach
	Agenda
		
A2	THE PHILOSOPHY OF DETAILING 
	A philosophy
	Making choices
	Mechanisms to promote long-term thinking
A3	DEVELOPING DETAILS
	A suitable starting point
	Detailing joints
	Learning to detail
	(First) principles
	A collaborative approach
A4	THE BASIC MODEL OF ARCHITECTURAL DETAILING
	A metaphysical journey
	The basic model
	Using the basic model
	Summary
SECTION B - GUIDELINES
B1	MATERIALS AND ENERGY
B2	BUILDING COMPONENTS AND STRUCTURE
B3	MORPHOLOGICAL FACTORS
B4	THE PROCESS OF PRODUCTION
B5	GOALS AND PERFORMANCE
B6	INDOOR CLIMATE
B7	ECOLOGICAL FACTORS
B8	HUMAN(E) FACTORS
B9	THE KNOT
SECTION C - DEVELOPING ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS
C1	DEVELOPING DETAILS AND JOINTS
	Introduction. Why details?
	Joints
	The performance of joints
	The General Building Model
C2	THE LANGUAGE OF DETAILS
	The language analogy
	Morphological language
	A typology of joints
	Style rules
	Comparison between two morphological principles
	Consequences	
C3	THE NINE + ONE STEP PROCEDURE
	A morphological method
	Worked example 1: a window in a cavity wall
	Worked example 2: wall/pitched roof junction
	Worked example 3: wall/flat roof junction
	Reflection
C4	MANAGING THE DETAILING PHASE
	An argument for effective management
	Design control
	The thinking organisation
	Developing 'creative' clusters
C5	COLLABORATIVE WORKING
	Co-operation and communication
	A holistic participation: the method
Future developments
Afterword
APPENDICES
1.	Recommended Reading
2.	Guidance for students
 
Index




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Architecture Details, Architecture Environmental aspects