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House plans for challenging sites / editior and project director, Anna Minguet.

Contributor(s): Minguet, Anna [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sant Adrià de Besòs, Barcelona (Spain) : Monsa, 2019Edition: First edition.Description: 141 pages : illustrations (some colour), plans ; 18 x 24 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9788417557027; 8417557024.Subject(s): Architecture, Domestic -- Designs and plans | Architecture, Domestic -- History -- 21st century -- Designs and plansDDC classification: 728 Summary: House Plans for Challenging Sites features more than 350 floor plans, sections, sketches, and elevations, as well as construction details of 35 housing projects which represent a true challenge for architects, either because of their topography or the geological composition of the soil. These homes are designed to integrate into the landscape and minimize environmental impact, since they are mostly located in beautiful, ecologically diverse, and natural settings.-- Google Books.
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House Plans for Challenging Sites features more than 350 floor plans, sections, sketches, and elevations, as well as construction details of 35 housing projects which represent a true challenge for architects, either because of their topography or the geological composition of the soil. These homes are designed to integrate into the landscape and minimize environmental impact, since they are mostly located in beautiful, ecologically diverse, and natural settings.

House Plans for Challenging Sites features more than 350 floor plans, sections, sketches, and elevations, as well as construction details of 35 housing projects which represent a true challenge for architects, either because of their topography or the geological composition of the soil. These homes are designed to integrate into the landscape and minimize environmental impact, since they are mostly located in beautiful, ecologically diverse, and natural settings.-- Google Books.

Text in English and Spanish.