SOLD OUT | Earth construction: a comprehensive guide
This comprehensive, illustrated handbook deals with the world’s oldest and most widespread building material. Although earth is extremely versatile and can be used at relatively low cost, it is essential that users have a good knowledge of its real potential in order to use it to best effect, and to avoid misuse.
This book assembles, orders and clarifies information about building with earth which has hitherto been available only in scattered form. Text supported by illustrations deals with the essential aspects of earth construction, taking one step at a time: decision-making, planning, design, and the realization of a project, so that the procedures, benefits and precautions are easily accessible and understood by those involved at every level. The accumulated knowledge and experience of centuries of use are presented alongside current technolgoies and research findings. There is a chapter devoted to disaster-resistant construction techniques, and extensive bibliographies throughout for those who require more details about a particular subject area.
It will be essential reading for anyone involved in construction projects at all levels, including decision-makers and planners, building inspectors, architects and engineers, technicians, building promoters and bricklayers, and sub-contractors (as well as students and academics) enabling them to envisage and plan programmes which profit form earth’s wide range of qualities and ameliorate its defects, to test, stabilize and build with the local soil, and to find solutions to problems as they arise.
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Détails : 175 x 250 mm, en anglais.
Prix TTC en € : 40.00
Disponible en français : https://craterre.hypotheses.org/538
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Murielle Serlet (2014, 18 juin). SOLD OUT | Earth construction: a comprehensive guide. CRAterre. Consulté le 29 février 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/naew