The latest addition to the acclaimed Surfaces series catalogs hundreds of different architectural elements and materials.This new collection contains over 1,400 high-quality color photographs capturing a range of details and surfaces, organized by architectural elements: walls, facades, windows, doorways, ceilings, roofs, floors, pavements, columns, and arches. Architectural Surfaces provides a wealth of source material to meet the research needs of architects and interior designers, artists, scenic designers, and graphic designers. CD-ROM included: screen resolution scans in easy-to-use JPEG format for Mac and PC. 1600 color photos
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Judy A. Juracek, who lives in Darien, Connecticut, received the 2003 USITT Golden Pen Award for the series.Review:
“[O]utstanding...highly recommended . . . . Professionals and students alike will appreciate the illustrated glossary of technical terms, and the wealth of illustration packs four to six good-sized photos on almost every page.”
- California Bookwatch
“The Surfaces series has proved to be useful to a wide range of artists including set designers and trompe l'oeil artists, architects and graphic designers. . . [and] also attracted an audience of graphics professionals who work primarily in computer applications such as CAD and Photoshop, as well as artists and designers who create computer environments, including animators and video game designers. . . . In addition to providing the excellent images for reference, and the additional resources, Juracek's Architectural Surfaces implicitly reminds artists, architects and designers to observe surfaces, study buildings' elements and look closely at the resolution of details.”
- Douglas Klosterman, Clem Labine's Period Homes
“Not only...a fantastic research source, it's a beautiful photography book and a fascinating travelogue...[D]ifficult to imagine a more enjoyable reference...”
- Sally Friedman, Theatre Design & Technology: USITT Magazine
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