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EDUCATING THE GENERAL AND PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC ON ALL THINGS ARCHITECTURE…...ESPECIALLY THE FUNNY STUFF.

Handbook of Alternative Materials in Residential Construction

By Richard T. Bynum, Jr., AIA

And Daniel L. Rubino, CSI

 

Geared as an accessible  source for homebuilders not regularly involved in design or research, Alternative Materials provides clear information from innovative construction systems, sustainable and recyclable materials, to plumbing systems and foundations and basements.  The 500-page text contains over 180 illustrations and a resource guide to facilitate correspondence with the product manufacturers of the materials discussed.

Architect’s Planner 2000

By Richard T. Bynum, Jr., AIA

 

Available at Barnes & Noble Bookstores, Borders Bookstores and Amazon.com (1999)

Designed exclusively for architects and designers , the spiral bound text, published by McGraw Hill Inc., is a one-page-per-day planner and desktop reference for the calendar year 2000.  Project logs, continuing education tally sheets, an address book are all self contained. The book  features over 70 original cartoons exploring the lighter side of architecture and the construction industry.

Handbook of Residential Insulation

By Richard T. Bynum, Jr., AIA

 

The Insulation Handbook provides clear and comprehensive information on all residential insulation products, past present and future.  The 500-page text contains an extensive number of illustrations and a resource guide.

ARCHI-TOONS: Funniness,

Comedy & Delight

By Richard T. Bynum, Jr., AIA

 

The first compendium of ARCHI-TOONS® has been published by Wiley & Sons, London, UK in April of 2003.  These cartoons take a quirky, witty, insightful and sometimes irreverent look at the world of design, architecture and construction. (New Archi-toons continue to be published annually in the SC AIA HANDBOOK)

MODERN MARVELS

IModern Marvels: Insulation

The History Channel

 

Rick Bynum served as the on-air architectural historian for an episode of Modern Marvels for the History Channel. The show is a 60 minute documentary on Insulation and is currently in syndicationThe episode is streaming on the History Channel website here.

 

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