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Fire Safety and Evacuation

Simon Lay

Simon Lay is former chair of the CTBUH Working Group on Fire & Safety in High-Rise Buildings and a member of the CTBUH steering committee, as well as author of many papers and articles on fire engineering and highrise design. He has developed holistic design strategies for over 3000 storeys of high-rise residential, hotel and office design, including projects that exceed 750 metres in height and numerous mixed-use schemes that exceed 250 metres in height. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Tall Buildings Reference Book

Routledge, 2013

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... Fire Safety and Evacuation Simon Lay Fundamentals of Fire Safety Design approaches for fire and in Tall Buildings life safety in tall buildings Key fire and life safety objectives Table 23.1 (overleaf) details a set of functional...

Understanding the Project

Simon Dodsworth

Simon Dodsworth

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Stephen Anderson

Stephen Anderson is a lecturer at Portsmouth School of Architecture, University of Portsmouth, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Fundamentals of Interior Design

Fairchild Books, 2015

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... 9781472528537_txt_app.indd 10/15/14 4:14 PM the Project The first stages of a project are the foundation on which the whole design process will either stand or fall; investing adequate time at this stage is crucial if the project...

Organizing the Space

Simon Dodsworth

Simon Dodsworth

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Stephen Anderson

Stephen Anderson is a lecturer at Portsmouth School of Architecture, University of Portsmouth, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Fundamentals of Interior Design

Fairchild Books, 2015

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... designers take a sheet of tracing Get down on paper the first thoughts you have; do paper large enough to cover the part of the drawing not dwell upon them before committing them to that needs resolving, lay it over the drawing, and paper....