Detailed Design of a Railroad Bridge (Classic Reprint): William Hubert Burr
Detailed Mechanical Design:A Practical Guide James G. Skakoon
Where is the legacy of the cinema verite moment of documentary filmmaking to found now. Your response must make detailed reference to at least two film or tv examples: Sebastian Geipel
The Practical Design of a Steel Skeleton Office Building With a Detailed Consideration of the Caisson Type of Foundation:A Thesis (Classic Reprint) Lawrence John McHugh
Provides step-by-step design and development methods. This book employs detailed industrial examples to illustrate the key ideas. It also treats contemporary design and development issues such as identifying customer needs, design for manufacturing, prototyping, and industrial design.
The spread of vertical gardens in recent years is a welcome addition to our visual environment with businesses, homeowners and public institutions alike incorporating green walls into their landscape design strategies. This book presents the ultimate guide for anyone interested in this burgeoning field. Through an in-depth interview with the renowned inventor, Patrick Leblanc, readers gain insight into his research in the field, noteworthy projects and the future of this exciting industry. It also provides detailed illustrations on how to design and build these amazing structures including climate, construction and safety concerns, rigid versus flexible systems and frequently used plants. The final section acts as a gallery of outstanding vertical garden designs from around the world.
Cafes, cabarets and restaurants have been some of the most common gathering spots for everyone in the social strata for centuries. Today´s avant-garde designers and architects are reinventing the genre of restaurant design to take into account environmental sustainability, recycled materials, and relating the restaurant to the historical use of its building. Projects featured in this book are impressive examples of cohesive designed dining environments and are paired with detailed floor plans handy for industry professionals.
´´Over the past 40 years Japanese designers have led the way in aligning fashion with art, ideology and integrity, as well as addressing identity and social politics through dress. They have demonstrated that both creative and commercial enterprise is possible in today´s international fashion industry, and have refused to compromise their ideals, remaining autonomous and independent in their design, business affairs and distribution methods. The inspirational Miyake, Yamamoto and Kawakubo have gained worldwide respect and admiration and have influenced a generation of designers and artists alike.Based on twelve years of research, this book provides a richly detailed and uniquely comprehensive view of the work of these three key designers. It outlines their major contributions and the subsequent impact that their work has had upon the next generation of Japanese designers including Watanabe, Takizawa and Takahashi (Undercover), leading Japanese textile designers, and European fashion designers including Margiela and the Belgians, Viktor & Rolf and Chalayan´´--
For an undergraduate course in Patternmaking. Renowned for its comprehensive coverage, exceptional illustrations, and clear instructions, this #1 text offers detailed yet easy-to-understand explanations of the essence of patternmaking. Hinging on a recurring theme that all designs are based on one or more of the three major patternmaking and design principles?dart manipulation, added fullness, and contouring?it provides students with all the relevant information necessary to create design patterns with accuracy regardless of their complexity. Features + Benefits FEATURES: Completely updated with modern, cutting-edge sketches and designs. DVD included in the back of the book. Ribbing added to the knit section of Chapter 27. More materials on children´s wear and swim wear. Knock offs. Fitting corrections?Includes fitting corrections for the basic patterns. A unique section on patternmaking for bias-cut garments. ~ Illustrates a procedure that guides the patternmaker in adjusting design patterns to offset stretch; integrated into chapters covering cowls and bias-cut dresses. Revised drafting instructions and standard measurement charts. ~ Provides a revised procedure for drafting the front and back bodice and the sleeve to reflect the measurements of the newer model forms. Constructed support for strapless designs?Expands upon discussion and includes an additional strapless foundation. Bias-cut dresses?Emphasizes bias-cut dresses that cling to the figure, as influenced by Madeline Vionnett. Advanced design projects?Adds one or two advanced designs to selected chapters. A practical introduction to patternmaking?Opens the book with discussions on the workroom, the model form and measuring techniques, and how to draft the basic pattern set. Complete coverage of the three steps of design patterns: dart manipulation, added fullness, and contouring. Chapter projects?Includes a fashion sketch for each project with an analysis of the design, and focuses on pattern plot and manipulation for developing the patterns. Two different bindings: a hardback version and a spiral binding that is encased in a hardback cover that lays flat 1. The Workroom. 2. The Model Form and Measurements. 3. Drafting the Basic Pattern Set. 4. Dart Manipulation. (Principle #1) 5. Designing with Darts (Tuck-Darts, Pleats, Flare and Gathers) 6. Stylelines. 7. Added Fullness (Principle #2). 8. Yokes, Flanges, Pin-Tucks, and Pleat Tucks. 9. Contouring (Principle #3). 10. Collars. 11. Built-up Necklines. 12. Cowls. 13. Skirts/Circles and Cascades. 14. Sleeves. 15. Kimono, Raglan, Drop Shoulder, Exaggerated Armholes. 16. Buttons, Buttonholes, and Facings. 17. Plackets and Pockets. 18. Dresses without Wasteline Seams (Based on Torso Foundation). 19. Strapless Foundations and Interconstruction. 20. Patternmaking for Bias-Cut Dresses. 21. Shirts. 22. Jackets and Coats. 23. Capes and Hoods. 24. Knock-Off-Copying Ready-Made Designs. 25. Pants. 26. Knits?Stretch and Shrinkage Factors. 27. Actionwear for Dance and Exercise. 28. Swimwear 29. Introduction to Childrenswear. 30. Drafting the Basic Pattern Set: Measurement Taking, Standard Measurement Charts. 31. Collars, Sleeves, and Skirts. 32. Dresses and Jumpers. 33. Tops. 34. Pants and Jumpsuits. 35. Bodysuits, Leotards, Mailott, and Swimwear. For an undergraduate course in Patternmaking. Renowned for its comprehensive coverage, exceptional illustrations, and clear instructions, this #1 text offers detailed yet easy-to-understand explanations of the essence of patternmaking. Hinging on a recurring theme that all designs are based on one or more of the three major patternmaking and design principles-dart manipulation, added fullness, and contouring-it provides students with all the relevant information necessary to create design patterns with accuracy regardless of their complexity.
This monograph on Coco Chanel chronicles the life and legacy of one of history´s most influential couturiers. Detailed photographs and sketches of her designs, along with fashion photography and catwalk shots, pay tribute to one of the world´s most highly regarded fashion houses and the woman behind it.