DESCRIPTION: RIBA Publishing, part of RIBA Enterprises Ltd (Royal Institute of British Architects), offers a notable collection of material from all over the world focusing on architecture, design and construction.
- 100 publications from 2003 onwards. 30 per year to be added as clearances with authors are finalised.
- Full coverage of related subjects such as architectural practice, architects and their work, architectural theory, building regulations, building types, design and interiors, conservation and legal issues.
UNIQUE FEATURE: This collection offers practical advice and the most up-to-date thinking, techniques and legislation in the field. These publications are essential reference material for professionals and students.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Highly informative books, many illustrated, these publications offer a truly unparalleled insight into the full cycle of architecture from theory and conception to guidance on the practical aspects of operating in the industry.
KEY AUTHORS: Expert, experienced authors including Austin Williams, architect, columnist with the Daily Telegraph, Director of the Future Cities Project and architecture critic with BBC London's Robert Elms' Show.
BENEFIT TO THE USER: Authoritative and up to date information and analysis for students and professionals, This collection comprises books published since 2003, no other collection offer this level of expert guidance and insight.
AUDIENCE & TARGET MARKETS:
AUDIENCE: Academic libraries offering qualifications in architecture and design. Construction companies and Surveyors requiring specifications and building standards.
PRIMARY MARKET: Academic and specialist libraries
SECONDARY MARKET: Corporate libraries