By Dan Wheeler, Julia McMorrough

So much architectural criteria references comprise hundreds of thousands of pages of details—overwhelmingly greater than architects want to know to grasp on any given day. The structure Reference & Specification booklet contains important details that's necessary to making plans and executing architectural initiatives of all sizes and styles, in a layout that's sufficiently small to hold at any place. It distills the knowledge supplied in ordinary architectural volumes and is an easy-to-use reference for the main indispensable—and such a lot requested—types of architectural details.

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