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Welcome to the McNichols Campus Library
Welcome to the Architecture Research Guide
SOA Student Work: Aaron Gardiner
Welcome to the Architecture research page! Here you will find resources to help you with your library research, including books, ebooks, articles, images, and more.
The architecture collection contains more than 11,700 volumes and is located on the 2nd floor in the Bargman Room starting with the call number NA. This is also where the current journals are located and the architectural DVDs.
Print books and DVDs are available for check out by current students, faculty, and staff. While the library stacks are currently closed, library employees are happy to physically retrieve books and DVDs for you. To request this service, visit the library in person, call 313-993-1954 or 313-993-1795, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This online version of the print journal, Detail is an online image and reference database for architects in the German and English language. It includes photos, drawings and technical information collected over the last 30 years of over 3,500 architecture and construction projects and references available for download as pdf files. The database is updated monthly, with over 156 new projects and references added each year.
Cool Is Everywhere by
Publication Date: 2020-06-02
Equal parts design inspiration and travelogue, this book highlights the rapidly growing adaptive reuse movement From the author and photographer of Design Brooklynand Detroit: The Dream Is Nowcomes Design. Renew. Reuse.a photographic survey of the adaptive reuse design movement in America's coolest cities. These cities' and towns' residents are rethinking the usage of available architecture and repurposing it. They're turning department stores into hip hotels, parking garages into swanky cocktail bars, and old mills into cutting-edge galleries. This movement has brought about results that are as surprising as they are inspiring. Organized by city, Design. Renew. Reuse.highlights remarkable projects that have transformed ordinary buildings into works of art.