BIM Management Handbook
149 page book. An authoritative and practical road map for those implementing and managing BIM workflows. Heavily illustrated with photographic examples, diagrams, and charts, the design reflected a clean and modern approach to an important technological development in modern construction methods.
Better buildings: Learning from buildings in use
This book sets out to prove that sustainable architecture can indeed both `lift the spirit' as well as save the planet. It seeks to take a step further, exploring how sustainable buildings are occupied and work, and sheds light on the methods used to observe this. Through short essays from thought-leaders and case studies of visually stunning, environmentally ground-breaking projects, Better Buildings provides architects with the inspiration and tools they need to deliver sustainable design.
Our design brief was to completely rework a highly successful book, with a fresh design look, illustrations and image content.
RIBA (Royal Institute of British Architects) Publishing is one of the leading providers of high quality information for architects and other built environment professionals. With over 35 years' experience, they publish authoritative and practical information from good practice, legal and management guides to technical design guides, and anything in between.
We have designed a number of books for RIBA Publishing with topics ranging from Architectural theory, Interior design, technical working procedures and Eco architecture.
The last half of the twentieth century saw the emergence, evolution and consolidation of a distinct interior design practice and profession. This 256 page book is invaluable for students and practitioners, providing a detailed specialist, contemporary historical analysis of their profession with over 200 photos and images from the 1950s through to the present day.
As with all our design for print work, we colour balanced every image to ensure the maximum impact on page, and placed within a design and typographic layout that had references to design across the periods covered in the book whilst complimenting the stunning photographic archive shown.