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Buildings and Their Architects
Research Tips and key sources for researching buildings and their architects.


Images
Key sources for finding images of architecture and more.


Design and Composition
Key books about the design and composition of buildings.


Drawing and Representation
Key books about the representation of design projects.  Includes a selection of
sketchbooks by noted architects, designers, and artists.


Building Types
Research tips and key sources about building types includes houses and housing, libraries, and museums.


Libraries
Research tips and key sources about libraries and library design.

 

Avery Index

The Avery Index to Architectural Periodicals is the primary tool for access to articles on architecture.  Carnegie Mellon users can search the Avery Index alone, or can choose to search a number of useful databases simultaneously including:

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  • America: History & Life
  • Applied Science and Business Periodicals Retrospective
  • Art Source
  • Readers Guide Retrospective
     

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