POSTED: 4:42 PM, November 1, 2013

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Informal (Balmond)

 

ArChStandards for Residential Construction

Architectural Graphic Standards for Residential Construction (Hall, Giglio, AIA)

 

Building Code Illustrated

Building Codes Illustrated (Ching & Winkel)

 

ConstructionProjectManager

Construction Project Management: An Integrated Approach (Fewings)

 

conversations with design ent

Kern and Burn: Conversations with Design Entrepreneurs (Hoover & Heltzel)

 

creating shared understanding in product teams

Creating Shared Understanding in Product Development Teams (Moller & Tollestrup)

 

design is a job

Design is a Job (Monteiro)

 

Green Building professional

Becoming a Green Building Professional (Henderson)

 

ideas + buildings

Ideas + Buildings (Perkins & Will)

 

netZeroEnergyDesign

Net Zero Energy Design: A Guide for Commercial Architecture (Hootman)

 

publicpolicy

Public Policy: Politics, Analysis and Alternatives (Kraft & Furlong)

 

rsmeans building construction cost data

RSMeans Building Construction Cost Data

 

The BlankSlate

Blank Slate: A Comprehensive Library of Photographic Templates (Craigie)

 

The Design manager HandBook

Design Manager's Handbook (Eynon)

 

sustainable communities

Sustainable Communities: A New Design Synthesis for Cities, Suburbs and Towns (Van der Ryn & Calthorpe)

 

type only

Type Only (Sinclair)

 

cities lines

Cities, X lines: A New Lens for the Urbanistic Project (Busquets & Correa)

 

theCodSquad

The God Squad and the Case of the Northern Spotted Owl (Hart)

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POSTED: 4:18 PM, October 9, 2013

new architecture on indigenous lands New Architecture on Indigenous Lands
RSMeansgreenbuildingcostdata Green Building Cost Data 2013

SUNBURNTlandscapearchitecturein Australia Sunburnt: Landscape Architecture in Australia

Graphics Geo/Graphics : simple form graphics in print and motion

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Posted by Sarah | in Collections, Monthly New Books, New Arrivals |

POSTED: 3:59 PM, September 10, 2013

Here's a list of items the LADC received in August:

handson002 Hands on : interactive design in print : direct mail, packaging & branding projects

saulbass Saul Bass : a life in film & design

newurbanmetabolism The new urban metabolism : Barcelona/Lugano case studies

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Posted by Sarah | in Collections, Monthly New Books, New Arrivals |

POSTED: 2:11 PM, August 5, 2013

d&ad50 D&AD50: 50 years of design and advertising and the people that made it happen

howtoarchitect How to Architect

livingbythesea Living by the Sea: 25 international examples Read the rest of this entry »

Posted by Sarah | in Collections, Monthly New Books, New Arrivals |

POSTED: 9:54 PM, July 3, 2013

When the Board of Trustees met on June 21, 2013, they designated four large departments as schools, including one within the College of Architecture, Design, & Construction. The Department of Industrial and Graphic Design (DIGD) exceeded the university's criteria for school status, which were based on degrees offered, enrollment, faculty, student credit hours and prominence within their fields. DIGD will now be known as the School of Industrial and Graphic Design!

The reclassification as a school indicates the former departments' level of achievement with a suitable title, and this new identity will allow these schools to compete even more effectively with programs of similar size at peer institutions.

Congratulations on this recognition, School of Industrial and Graphic Design!

 

Find more information in the news releases cited below:

Summerford, Roy. "Four academic departments gain new identity as schools." The Auburn Report, 28 June 2013, 3. 

"Department of Industrial and Graphic Design Becomes School of Industrial and Graphic Design." DIGDNews, Department of Industrial and Graphic Design, 01 July 2013.

Posted by Sarah | in Events, Graphic Design, Industrial Design |

POSTED: 2:38 PM, July 1, 2013

retro Retro: A guide to the mid-20th century design revival

hawkinsbrown-social Hawkins/Brown: Social

labrouste Henri Labrouste: Structure Brought to Light

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Posted by Sarah | in Collections, Monthly New Books, New Arrivals |

POSTED: 8:29 PM, May 31, 2013

sign painters Sign Painters

barnett-emergence Emergence in Landscape Architecture (by CADC faculty member Dr. Rod Barnett)

translucent Translucent Building Skins: Material Innovations in Modern and Contemporary Architecture

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POSTED: 10:38 PM, April 30, 2013

material-design Material Design: Informing Architecture by Materiality

a-lifes-design A Life's Design: The life and work of industrial designer Charles Harrison

PlanningGame The Planning Game: Lessons from Great Cities

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POSTED: 9:34 PM, April 2, 2013

Urgent Architecture Urgent Architecture

drawing-productdesigners Drawing for Product Designers

Ancient Orgins of the Mexican Plaza Ancient Origins of the Mexican Plaza

taylor-tuskegee Robert R. Taylor and Tuskegee

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POSTED: 5:56 PM, March 27, 2013

A hefty olive-green box has appeared in our reference section: The Phaidon Archive of Graphic Design. This "book-in-a-box" is great (and fun) to sift through for inspiration and enrichment.

Phaidon archive 002     Phaidon archive 001

It contains five hundred sheets of card stock which together give a history of graphic design. Each sheet has two sides: one reproduces an important work of graphic design (see Side 1 below), and one includes the name of the designer, client, title of the piece,  and historical/biographical remarks (see Side 2 below). Works range from the Gutenberg Bible to the Mercedes-Benz logo to the Obama posters (and the Periodic table is in there too!).

Side 1:cheret2 Side 2:cheret1

Also in the box is an index you can use to look up works by title, designer, client, or category. We currently have sorted the pages alphabetically by last name of the designer, but it is possible to sort them chronologically or by category. Which do you think is best?

Posted by Sarah | in Collections, Graphic Design, New, New Arrivals |