Maya MottingerChapter One1.Demographics- statistical information about numbers and kinds of residents(p.6)2.Great rooms- Large kitchen/ dining/ family room spaces where most of the dayto day living is centered (p.11).3.Berms- small constructed hills (p.11)4.Execution- the implementation of the design (p.15)5.Construction drawings- complete set of working drawings (p.14)6.Contract design- non residential design (p.18)7.Markets- convenient clusters of trade- source showrooms that serve thedesigner (p.22)8.Program- summary of goals, requirements, and restrictions associated with adesign problem and its solution (p.5)9.Brainstorming- freely generating ideas without stopping to judge their quality(p.14)10.Schematics- quick drawings used to help visualize space plans (p.14)Chapter Two1.Renewable resources- resources that can be replaced, wood from trees thatcan be replanted in sustained growth forests (p.35)2.Non-renewable resources-minerals and metals in their raw form & fossil fuels
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