Table of contents for Integrated buildings : the systems basis of architecture / Leonard R. Bachman.


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Preface.
Acknowledgments.
PART I: METHODS.
Chapter 1: The Idea of Integration.
Hardware: integration among building systems; software: integration in the design process; philosophical digression: integration and the progress of technology; framework of discussion.
Chapter 2: The Systems Basis of Architecture.
Systems thinking; architectural systems; developments in systems architecture: precepts and trends.
Chapter 3: Integrated Building Systems.
Modes of integration: physical, visual, and performance; integrated systems: envelope, structural, mechanical, interior, and site; integration potentials.
Chapter 4: The Architecture of Integration.
The example of the Pacific Museum of Flight; program: client, code, and other constraints; intention: architectural ambition; critical technical issues: inherent, contextual, and intentional; the use of precedent; appropriate systems: structure, envelope, mechanical, interior, and site; beneficial integrations.
PART II: CASE STUDIES.
Building database; timeline.
Chapter 5: Laboratories.
Typology overview; Richards Medical Research Building; Salk Institute for Biological Studies; Schlumberger Research Laboratory; PA Technology Laboratory;Wallace Earth Sciences Laboratory.
Chapter 6: Offices.
Typology overview; John Deere Headquarters; Willis Faber Dumas Insurance Headquarters; Briarcliff House; Lockheed Building 157.
Chapter 7: Airport Terminals.
Typology overview; Dulles International; Stansted International; United Airlines Terminal at O'Hare; Kansai International.
Chapter 8: Pavilions.
Typology overview; Munich Olympic Stadium; Insitut du Monde Arabe; Linz Design Center; British Pavilion, Expo 92.
Chapter 9: Residential Architecture.
Typology overview; The Eames House and Studio;Magney House; Experimental House at Almere; Two-Family House at Pullach.
Chapter 10: High Tech Architecture.
Typology overview; Centre Georges Pompidou; Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts; Lloyd's of London; Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank.
Chapter 11: Green Architecture.
Typology overview; The Gregory Bateson Building; NMB Bank; Emerald People's Utility District Headquarters; Adam Joseph Lewis Center for Environmental Studies.
Bibliography.
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Architecture and technology, Architectural design Case studies, Architectural engineering