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1989

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Genesis Lunar Outpost: Program/Requirements Document For An Early Stage Lunar Outpost, Dino J. Bascheria, Edwin G. Cordes, Joseph P. Fieber, Timothy Hansmann, Gary T. Moore, Janis Huebner-Moths Dec 1989

Genesis Lunar Outpost: Program/Requirements Document For An Early Stage Lunar Outpost, Dino J. Bascheria, Edwin G. Cordes, Joseph P. Fieber, Timothy Hansmann, Gary T. Moore, Janis Huebner-Moths

Center for Architecture and Urban Planning Research Books

Second document in a series from the Space Architecture Design Group. Developed under the first year of a three-year grant from NASA, the program covers humans factors, environment-behavior, structural, construction processes, life-system and related needs for an 8-12 person lunar base for assignments lasting up to 20 months. The program includes sections on base master planning, base operations, command center, technical support habitat and all related design requirements.


Improving The Law Office: Principles For Design, Uriel Cohen, Gerald Weisman, Anthony Schnarsky, William Robison, Mary Gorman Mar 1989

Improving The Law Office: Principles For Design, Uriel Cohen, Gerald Weisman, Anthony Schnarsky, William Robison, Mary Gorman

Center for Architecture and Urban Planning Research Books

This report describes an applied research, translation and design application project. Information about the law offices was gathered and transformed into fifteen critical design principles. The format and approach leading to design principles creates powerful descriptions of the organizational and individual needs that will affect law office facility design. Seventeen different solutions to a program for a 267 person Chicago law firm are used to illustrate the application of the design principles.


The Cities Of James Duane Doty, James W. Shields Jan 1989

The Cities Of James Duane Doty, James W. Shields

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A monograph documenting the numerous cities designed by James Duane Doty during the period 1824-57. Reproductions of many original drawings are accompanied by analysis and interpretation of the design work. A synopsis of the political, economic and artistic interpretations under which Doty worked has been developed for each design. Further, the research compares the original intent of Doty's designs with the built manifestations of his work over a period of many years.