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Almanac of Architecture & Design 2006 (Almanac of Architecture and Design)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0975565427, Paperback)For seven consecutive years, the Almanac has provided readers with sweeping views of events, benchmarks, and successes of the past year in design. Find out which building has assumed the title as tallest, which firms are winning awards, which architecture and design schools are considered the best, which projects and firms are at the top of their market segment, and who the leaders are in the profession. Highlights of the 2006 edition include: * Architecture and design award histories, winners, and acceptance speeches * Rankings of America's best architecture, industrial design, interior design, and landscape architecture schools * Pacesetting projects and their architects: from sports stadiums and skyscrapers to airports, American art museums, and aquariums * Timelines of significant events in the historic preservation, planning and sustainable design movements * Updated salary and compensation guide * More than 35 entries of use specifically for current and prospective design students * Recommended bookstores, magazines, and journals * Professional organizations and their annual awards and honors * Special full-color photo essay of noteworthy, award-winning projects from the past year. * Includes extensive information on the architecture, landscape architecture, interior design, industrial design, historic preservation, and planning disciplines The seventh edition also features six different covers, each highlighting a notable design by the industry's leading firms: NBBJ; Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership; Daniel P. Coffey & Associates, Ltd.; Richard Meier & Partners Architects; and Murphy/Jahn, Inc. Architects
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