Ethics and the Practice of Architecture

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ADDITIONAL
ARCHITECTURAL
REFERENCES

In addition to those books and articles that have been quoted and cited, and those that have been recommended for further reference with respect to specific topics, the following books and articles from the literature of architecture provide additional background for explorations in architectural ethics.


BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS:

American Institute of Architects. IDP Guidelines: Intern Development Program 1993. Washington, DC: The American Institute of Architects and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards, 1993.

California Board of Architectural Examiners. Architects Practice Act with Rules and Regulations 1999. Sacramento, CA: California Board of Architectural Examiners, 1999.

California Board of Architectural Examiners. The Practice of Arch ftecture in California: A report on the 1998 analysis of arch ftectural practice in Cailfomia. Sacramento, CA:.California Board of Architectural Examiners, 1998.

Cobb, Henry N. Where I Stand, lecture at Gund Hall, October 28, 1980. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Graduate School of Design, 1981.

Coxe, Weld. Managing Architectural and Engineering Practice. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1980.

Jackson, Anthony. Reconstructing Architecture for the Twenty-First Century. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1995.

Sorkin, Michael. Local Code: The Constitution of a City at 42°N Latitude. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1993.

Sweet, Justin. Legal Aspects of Architecture and the Construction Process, 5th ed. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Company, 1994.


COLLECTIONS OF ESSAYS AND SELECTED
WRITINGS:

Pelletier, Louise, and Alberto Pérz-Gómez, ed. Architecture, Ethics, and Technology. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 1994.

Somol, R. E., ed. Autonomy and Ideology: Positioning an Avant-Garde in America, Proceedings of the Conference “Autonomy and Ideology: Positioning an Architectural Avant-Garde in America, 1923–1949,” New York, February 1–3, 1996. New York: The Monacelli Press, 1997.

van Dijk, Hans, and Liesbeth Janson, ed. Architecture and Legitimacy, trans. D'Laine Camp, Donna de Vries-Hermansader, Rotterdam: Nai Publishers, c. 1995.


JOURNALS:

Harvard Architecture Review, 8, 1992, Peter Coombe, ed. Publication of the students of the Graduate School of Design. New York: Rizzoli. A number of ethics-based articles.

Practices, 1, Spring, 1992; Practices, 2, Spring, 1993; Practices, 3/4, 1995; Practices,.5/6, Spring, 1997. Journal of the Center for the Study of the Practice of Architecture. University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning. Each volume has articles on ethics.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - Awareness 10
  • Part II - Understanding 104
  • Part III - Choices 178
  • Epilogue 258
  • Appendix I 259
  • Appendix II 269
  • Appendix III 275
  • Appendix IV 285
  • Notes to the Text 293
  • Works Cited in the Notes 305
  • Works Recommended for Further Study 309
  • Additional Architectural References 313
  • Additional Information about the Photographs 317
  • Index 319
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