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Modern Housing Prototypes (Harvards) by R Sherwood (1990-07-01)

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  • By N. Markham on May 8, 2007

    Published in 1978, Sherwood's examination of housing prototypes still remains a valid resource for exploring and comparing multi-unit housing. The appeal of the book lies in the succinct explanation of unit types and the broad range of built examples used to illustrate different typologies.The concise text is backed up with plans, photos and illunminating axonometrics.

  • By JD on February 1, 2014

    Multiple prototypes for each size of project. Contains generous explanatory text accompanied by drawings. The drawings are inconsistent in which type (plan, section, elevation) are provided and are often small or blurry. However many are informative and in conjunction with the text design intent and execution of design are understood.

  • By Mlv on February 3, 2018

    Excelent book. Clear chapters, full uf plans and sections to illustrate a somewhat timeless set of builgings and typologies.

  • By Guest on February 25, 2017

    It's a great book with many kinds of different ideas of architects in housing design.

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